NaVOBA Honored to be the Veteran’s Business Community Partner of the National Business Inclusion Consortium

NaVOBA was honored last week to join the coalition representing the National Business Inclusion Consortium (NBIC), a coalition of the nation’s leading business organizations representing diverse communities. NaVOBA strives to maximize marketplace and supply chain access and competitiveness for America’s Veteran’s and Service-Disabled Veteran’s Business Enterprises (VBEs/SDVBEs) through certification, advocacy, Read more…

NaVOBA Proudly Welcomes its Founding Board of Directors at Special Installation Ceremony

On January 28, the National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA) held a special Board of Directors Installation Ceremony at Vistra Energy Headquarters in Irving, Texas. NaVOBA’s bylaws require two-thirds of Board of Director seats are held by corporations to ensure the organization is focused on creating maximum benefit to both Corporate Read more…

Inc. Magazine’s New Vet50 List to Shine a Light on 50 Fastest-Growing Veteran-Owned Businesses

Inc. magazine announced today a partnership with the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University (IVMF) to create Vet50, a list of the nation’s fastest growing veteran-owned businesses. The list is built from the Inc. 5000, Inc. magazine’s prestigious list of the fastest-growing private companies based in the Read more…

The Department of Veterans Affairs is proposing changes to the Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) Verification Program.

The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 (“the NDAA”), Public Law 114-840, placed the responsibility for issuing regulations relating to ownership and control for the verification of VOSBs with the United States Small Business Administration (SBA). This proposed regulation seeks to remove all references to ownership and control Read more…