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The Main Event: The Pitch Competition


Eligibility Requirements Businesses must be 51% Black-owned Start-up businesses - whether product or service businesses - are defined as from concept to 2 years in business. Established businesses - whether […]

2nd Annual CIO Forum


Throughout 2020 and into 2021, Chief Information Officers have spearheaded several new initiatives across both the private and public sectors to keep pace with the speed of change throughout the technology landscape. The onset of COVID-19 has only increased the need for innovative technologies to support this digital transformation. Modernizing cyber, cloud, information technology, data, artificial intelligence and machine learning have been top priorities for CIOs across the GovCon sector, which will enable them to implement a seamless tech strategy to maintain a competitive edge. During Potomac Officers Club’s 2nd Annual CIO Forum, notable leaders across the federal government and industry will join together to discuss the latest priorities, initiatives and challenges CIOs will work to solve moving forward, and address the ways we can work together to build a culture of innovation.

1 Million Cups Webinar


Join us Virtually! We want to continue to help business owners grow their business and provide the opportunity each week to give feedback to them on their business challenge. It […]

Nonprofit and Association Management Council Forum: Fundraising Capacity Building – a Case Study of the Children’s Science Center


This roundtable conversation will be an interactive and engaging session appropriate for non-profits in many sectors and at various phases of development. Bring your own questions or simply sit back and listen as Nene and Jenn share fundraising strategies, including their own successes and challenges encountered while fundraising on behalf of the Children's Science Center. 

Fed Gov Con – 2021 – DFAR


We will uncover each Part of The DEFENSE FEDERAL ACQUISTION REGULATIONS (DFARS). Recordings can be found on our website and YouTube channel with 400+ other federal government contracting webinars. Questions? […]

Capture Management Process


Three session series in which attendees may choose one or all sessions to attend depending on level of interest. Registrations after 3/31/2021 are accepted via email at until the date of the last session. We hope you will join us!

Capture Management Process webinar series will arm you with real knowledge and tools you will apply immediately to capturing government contracts and dramatically improving your win probability (Pwin).

Government capture planning process starts after opportunity qualification and continues past proposal submission. Its goal is to position you to win before the government releases a Request for Proposal (RFP).

Your chances of winning government proposals without capture planning are the same as cutting classes during the semester in college and hoping to get an A on the final exam. It can possibly happen but “hope to win” is not a good business strategy for a government contracting company (or any business).

In order to raise your win rate, take this capture training to master techniques for customer engagement, intelligence gathering, win strategy development, competitive analysis, teaming, solution development, and more.

Train the Trainer SBIR/STTR Intro — Granting Vs. Contracting Agencies


This session is intended for Virginia based entrepreneurial support organizations, directors and mentors in the various Virginia based accelerator and incubator programs, Virginia SBDC and PTAC counselors, Virginia university based entrepreneurial support programs, and other program leaders. This is not meant for potential small business applicants. This session will provide an overview of the Federal SBIR/STTR grant programs and cover the 11 SBIR/STTR participating agencies, their mission and what technologies they will fund. This will include where to find the topics of interest, what has been funded previously and how to contact the agencies. The goal of this session is to help the numerous entrepreneurial support programs in Virginia to better understand SBIR/STTR in order to better support their clients, cohorts, and constituents.