Tagged: VetBizFirst

Attn SDVOSBs: May/June 2012 Issue of VetLikeMe Newsletter is now available for viewing

Attention Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses: The May-June 2012 VetLikeMe SDVOSB Newsletter (Volume 3, No. 3) is now available for viewing.  In this issue: Questions for Secretary Shinseki (Hardy Stone Column) The noun, “Veterans Administration” indeed sounds like an organization for veterans, doesn’t it? It implies a sort of ownership by America’s former soldiers who stepped up when needed by their… Read more

Attn SDVOSBs: March/April 2012 Issue of VetLikeMe Newsletter is now available for viewing

Attention Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses: The March-April 2012 VetLikeMe SDVOSB Newsletter (Volume 3, No. 2) is now available for viewing.  In this issue: Drinking from a Fire Hydrant (Hardy Stone Column) Wow. Balancing all the powerful wind gusts since our last issue has knocked me into a cold, muddy ravine.  The SDVOSB community feels the tremors. The past six weeks… Read more

Attn SDVOSBs: January/February 2012 Issue of VetLikeMe Newsletter is now available for viewing

Attention Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses: The January-February 2012 VetLikeMe SDVOSB Newsletter (Volume 3, No. 1) is now available for viewing.  In this issue: Bill Johnson, Chairman, House Veterans Affairs Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Interview VetLikeMe: What strikes you most about the VA policy that’s puts Veterans eighth in line for contract opportunities? The sole purpose and responsibility of the VA… Read more
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Attn SDVOSBs: May/June 2011 Issue of VetLikeMe (VLM) SDVOSB Newsletter is now available for viewing

Attention Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses: The May – June 2011 Issue (Volume 2, No. 3) of VetLikeMe (VLM) is now available for viewing. VetLikeMe (VLM) is a publication focused entirely on service-disabled veteran owned business.  We feature National news that affects our community, interviews with federal government officials and agencies, legislative activities at the State level and editorial opinion.… Read more