• The National Veteran Small Business Coalition (NVSBC) is truly sorry to hear of the loss of the Honorable Tracey L. Pinson, former Director for the Office of Small Business Program in the Office of the Secretary of the Army, and the highest ranking female civilian in the Army acquisition career field. Since being appointed to this position in 1995, Tracey managed the largest small business program in the federal government in terms of dollars. After a 32 years of service, Tracey retired from this position on June 30, 2014. Our deepest sympathy goes out to her husband and daughter who are dealing with this tremendous loss.
    The National Veteran Small Business Coalition (NVSBC) is truly sorry to hear of the loss of the Honorable Tracey L. Pinson, former Director for the Office of Small Business Program in the Office of the Secretary of the Army, and the highest ranking female civilian in the Army acquisition career field. Since being appointed to this position in 1995, Tracey managed the largest small business program in the federal government in terms of dollars. After a 32 years of service, Tracey retired from this position on June 30, 2014. Our deepest sympathy goes out to her husband and daughter who are dealing with this tremendous loss.
  • General Hayden and Heidi Gerding
    General Hayden was our keynote speaker at VETS14 and was amazing. He volunteered his time to join over 300 veterans at this year’s conference in Reno, NV.
  • Champion of Veteran Enterprise Awards.
    Champion of Veteran Enterprise Awards. These were given at VETS14 to organizations that aid small veteran owned businesses.
  • Congratulations to the three new NVSBC board members
  • Breakout session
    One of the VETS14 breakout sessions that educates veteran business owners on how to run their businesses more effectively.
  • Richard Picciotto
    Richard Picciotto gave a moving talk about his experience in one of the towers in 9/11 and showcased his book.
  • Rocky Bleier
    Rocky Bleier also spoke at the VETS14 luncheon
  • Were you at VETS14 or a veteran that owns a small business? If so join the NVSBC!
    Were you at VETS14 or a veteran that owns a small business? If so join the NVSBC!

Transition Veterans into Business Owners servicing the Federal Government.

Industry Forum Questionnaires

The National Veteran Small Business Coalition (NVSBC) is pleased to announce the formation of our first “Industry Groups” in the information technology, construction and services sectors. The goal of the Industry Groups are to promote more opportunities for SDVOSBs and VOSBs in each sector.


Mission

Transition Veterans into Business Owners servicing the Federal Government.

Vision

Ensure that Veteran businesses are given first consideration for federal prime and subcontracting procurement opportunities because these owners continue to serve their country, putting the security of the United States above all else.

Advocacy

Please see the Advocacy documents below: