FAA wants to talk to veteran-owned small businesses

The Federal Aviation Administration will host an industry day March 26 for small businesses owned by veterans and service-disabled veterans.

FAA officials will provide businesses information on doing work with the agency as well as helping agency procurement decision-makers to identify potential service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses.

The industry day will focus on services in industries such as computer programming and system design, computer facilities management, administrative management, and engineering.

The industry day is scheduled for March 26 at the FAA Headquarters in Washington, DC.

The FAA announced the industry day Feb. 26.

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