Decoding the Department of Defense (DoD)

 DIUx Invites your firm to Participate in a special Small Business Townhall:diux-banner-18feb16

Director, Defense Innovation Unit Experimental
Acting Director, DoD Office of Small Business Programs
Chief of Contracting Policy Branch, Air Force Research Lab
Regional Manager, Silicon Valley US Patent & Trademark Office
Chief Technology Officer, Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Agency

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA—The Department of Defense (DoD) is often viewed by companies as a challenging customer. However, the DoD can provide value to small businesses by providing funding for technology maturation, introducing their technology to potential DoD customers and testing technology in real world applications. With a DoD partnership, this can all happen without diluting the equity of existing founders and investors.

MSISAC_DashboardTo better understand the resources available to you and introduce key local California contacts, join DIUx, the DoD’s Office of Small Business Programs, and the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office/Silicon Valley on February 18, 2016 from 4pm-6pm for a Small Business Townhall, followed by a networking session and an opportunity to meet with Small Business experts. This session will be interactive, with opportunities for conversation with key personnel from the Department who want to identify technology that can potentially benefit the nation’s security.

Small Business Townhall topics include:
  • The resources and opportunities for a small business to work with the DoD
  • A Translation of the Contracting Alphabet: From Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs) to Other Transaction Authorities (OTAs), the Department is leveraging new contracting options to work with you
  • Current opportunities and technology areas of interest to DoD
  • Intellectual Property: Mythbusting
  • Local government resources in the area (Defense Innovation Unit Experimental; USPTO; Service SBIR offices)

To RSVP or learn more, visit ► http://www.diux.mil/events/decoding-dod.html

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