Recent Notices and Events
Due Date: Due Date: Multiple Meeting Dates Description: On September 27, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) invited small businesses to register for the FY22 Introduction to DIA for Small Business meetings. DIA’s Office of Small Business Programs (SBP) will conduct virtual “Introduction to DIA for Small Business” briefings via MS Teams. Discussion(s) will focus on the basics of doing business with the Agency and program highlights.
Due Date: Thursday, October 7th at 9:30 am Government Organization: North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC) Description: CMMC LEVEL 3 IN A BOX AND TRAINING COURSE (OCT 7) Join us for the new CMMC Level 3 training course starting Thursday, October 7th at 9:30 am. This in-depth course is designed to take organizations through every step of developing a cybersecurity program that will be compliant with the CMMC Level 3 framework and assist with self-assessments using the DoD Assessment Methodology requirements contained in DFARS 252.204-7019.
Due Date: Thursday, October 7, 2021 12:30 p.m. (ET) Government Organization: The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law Description: The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law is a forum for independent analysis and balanced discussion of policies for promoting technological innovation that enhances long-term social welfare.
Due Date: NA Government Organization: US Army Ft Bragg Description: Good article on Ft Bragg's leadership to inculcate AI. Project Ridgway pushes soldiers to use—and even create—the artificial-intelligence tools that will confer military advantage.
Due Date: See Description for Dates and Times Government Organization: BARDA Description: The BARDA Accelerator Network is hosting a 4-week series on the newly launched areas of interest at BARDA DRIVe! Please join us beginning Wednesday, September 22nd from 12-1pm EDT for a Reverse Pitch by Šeila Selimović, PhD, and Dev Mittar, PhD, from BARDA on the EZ BAA Area Of Interest #8, Bringing Laboratory Testing to the Home. In this live interactive session, Seila and Dev will discuss the overall scope, timeline and application process for those interested in working with BARDA and answer any questions about the AOI and the EZ-BAA.
Due Date: 6 & 7 Oct 2021 Government Organization: NC Department of Information Technology Description: The NC Department of Information Technology is hosting a two-day virtual (free) Cybersecurity Awareness Symposium on October 6th and 7th. The event is aimed at state and local government agencies as well as academic institutions but features speakers from several commercial Cyber companies.
Due Date: Friday September 24, 2021 Government Organization: NC DEFTECH Description: DEFTECH Coffee Call Friday, September 24, 2021 Join us this Friday, September 24, 2021, @ 0900-1000 ET for another DEFTECH Coffee Call. Join us and our special guest: Colonel Martin James Hendrix III (Jimmy), Brigade Commander of the Rock Island Arsenal - Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center (RIA-JMTC).
Due Date: 29 Oct 2021 Government Organization: DISA Defense Information Systems Agency Description: Members of DISA's senior leadership will present briefings to address tactical acquisition issues, requirements, and planned procurements for the 2022/23 fiscal years. During the event, attendees will have the opportunity to speak with senior leaders, program managers, and acquisition representatives.
Due Date: Friday, September 17, 2021 Government Organization: NC DEFTECH Description: DEFTECH Coffee Call Friday, September 17, 2021 Join us this Friday, September 17, 2021, @ 0900-1000 ET for another DEFTECH Coffee Call. Join us and our special guest: LTC Andrea Castillon, the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) Austin, TX City Lead.
Due Date: NEWS | 13 SEPTEMBER 2021 Government Organization: DIU: Defense Innovation Unit Description: U.S. Department of Defense Launches National Security Innovation Capital With $15M Congressional Appropriation MOUNTAIN VIEW, California – The Department of Defense has added a key new element to its range of efforts designed to stimulate and access technology innovation in the private sector. National Security Innovation Capital (NSIC) is a program that addresses the shortfall of trusted funding from private venture capital sources for the development of new hardware technologies that have both commercial and national security applications.