It is our mission to help all businesses prepare for and find opportunities in procurement with the federal government.
At DOT, Denise was charged with implementing the policies of the Secretary of Transportation to ensure that small businesses (including 8(a), veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, HUBZone, disadvantaged, women-owned businesses and disadvantaged business enterprises) had an equitable opportunity to participate in DOT direct funded and assisted transportation-related contracts and subcontracts at the local, state and federal levels. Denise participated actively in outreach activities for DOT’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program, and to educate small businesses about the opportunities available to them throughout DOT.
At DOT Denise coordinated the department's activities on behalf of small businesses, including a procurement assistance team; a national information clearinghouse; nine small business regional training, information and technical assistance centers; as well as a short term lending program.
Denise represented OSDBU and DOT as a public speaker at local and national events, conferences and meetings. She served as the DOT representative on the Disaster Assistance Improvement Program (DAIP) council coordinated by FEMA; a member of the DOT Credit Council; and of the Federal Small Business Procurement Advisory Council.
Experienced in government contracting, we bring a wealth of knowledge and experience on how the federal procurement system works, how to effectively market your goods and services to the government and how to maximize available contracting opportunities.