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Online Webinar
Thu, Feb 13, 2020 2:00‒3:00 pm EDT
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Presented in Partnership with Bunker Labs

Bunker Labs is a national network of veteran and milspouse entrepreneurs dedicated to helping the military-connected community start their own business. We are committed to seeing that every entrepreneur in the military-connected community has the network, tools, and resources they need to start their own business.

Bunker Labs was started by veterans who got out of the military and started their own business. As such we understand the unique challenges associated with the transition process combined with the difficulty of starting a business. We have compiled and curated the best entrepreneurial training from the brightest minds in the field into three distinct phases of entrepreneurship. 

About the webinar

As commercial technologies are rapidly changing, so too are the methods by which federal agencies have sought to frame, solicit, and award contracts for them. Acquisition Innovation, as a movement, is implementing creative approaches to requirements development by leveraging new procurement authorities and instituting dynamic methods to acquire state-of-the-art technology.

In Introduction to Acquisition Innovation Essentials, we will survey how agencies are procuring emerging technologies during an era where industry is out-investing government three to one. In this webinar, learn how agencies are leveraging crowdsourcing, partnership intermediary agreements, prize challenges, other transaction authorities, and more. 

Content is geared for federal acquisition and program professionals who want to increase their awareness of available tools of this Acquisition Innovation trade, and suppliers and entrepreneurs who want to develop business using these new pathways to government funding.

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Ben McMartin
Managing Partner
Frank McNally
Director of Learning & Content Development
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