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National Veteran Small Business Coalition

  • A nonprofit organization advocating for veteran-owned small businesses to receive priority in federal contracts
  • Legislative advocacy as well as educational programs and resources
  • Several services seek to match veteran-owned businesses with contractors, coaches, and more


The largest nonprofit trade association in the United States representing veteran-owned and service disabled veteran-owned businesses, the National Veteran Small Business Coalition works to secure first priority for these businesses in federal prime and subcontract procurement opportunities. In addition to its advocacy efforts in support of this goal, the NVSBC provides educational programs and resources.

Who’s it for?

Veteran-owned businesses looking to secure contracts with the federal government.


To transition veterans into business owners servicing the federal government.

Resources & Services


The programs offered through the NVSBC include a webinar series featuring government representative, policy experts, and educators; a coaching program for senior members to share information with new ones; a matchmaking program for government contractors; and an electronic ordering marketplace for government agencies and commercial enterprises to buy products and services from veteran-owned businesses.

Member Benefits

NVSBC members can receive exclusive benefits such as updates on legislative advocacy, training on regulations and other issues, networking opportunities, and discounts through partner programs.


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