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Articles of Interest
Veterans Agency Reviews Case of Navy SEAL Rejected for Contracts
CHESAPEAKE, VA - August 5, 2012 - The Department of Veterans Affairs is reviewing its decision to strip a retired Navy SEAL’s small business of the ability to bid on contracts reserved for veteran owners. Last month, a VA employee visited Syncon, the Chesapeake, Va.-based construction firm owned by Mark Lilly, a 23-year veteran who was shot in Afghanistan and has a Purple Heart, a Silver Star and five Bronze Stars.
The VA denied the business veteran-owned status in June, saying Lilly’s partner, who isn’t a veteran, had more construction experience. The VA questioned whether Lilly, 47, who has a Virginia contractor’s license, was in charge of daily operations as agency rules require.
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Your Wait Time is 4,116 Minutes, Agency Hot Line Tells Vets
MOUNT PLEASANT, SC - August 3, 2012 - Neeson Levinson says the letter he received from the Department of Veteran Affairs on June 21 placed the future of his 30-employee construction company in jeopardy. The letter denied his firm, Harbor Services Inc., eligibility to bid on VA contracts reserved for disabled veterans. His company in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, relies on the awards for almost all its $15 million in annual revenue.
Full Story: Veteran Affairs
Bootcamp Provides Training, a Next Step for Injured Vets
TALLAHASSEE, FL - June 19, 2012 - Randy Blass, executive director at Florida State University's Center for Veteran Outreach, was quick to respond when a friend suggested a way to help disabled veterans.
The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities would help veterans disabled after 9/11 manage their own businesses.
Full Story: Veterans Bootcamp for Business