Creating the Next: Defense Innovation Conference

CREATING THE NEXT: DEFENSE INNOVATION CONFERENCE

(CONFERENCE REGISTRATION MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE. NO ON-SITE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Click here to register.)

OVERVIEW:

This is a day-long event designed to benefit innovative small businesses – with priority given to small technology companies that have the potential to directly enhance achievement of DoD’s mission.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN:

By attending, you’ll learn all about the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, the Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF), Other Transaction Authority (OTA), for phototype projects, and additional contracting vehicles aimed at attracting innovative companies to help the U.S. Department of Defense.

Four Concurrent Workshops – Topics will include: “Complying with DoD Cybersecurity Requirements,” “Introduction to Government Contracting,” “Tips on Finding DoD Subcontracting Opportunities”, and “How to Successfully Market Your Business to the Government”.

Sponsored by the Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center, the Advanced Technology Development Center at Georgia Tech, and the Enterprise Innovation Institute, with special assistance from the Defense Logistics Agency.

 

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