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Dan F. Sturdivant

Assitant To the Director for Outreach and SDVOB Coordinator

DHS

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DHS

245 MURRAY LN SW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, 20528

United States

Company Description

The DHS SLA program is one of several programs administered by the S&T Office of University Programs. Through the SLA program, DHS seeks to build a diverse, highly capable, technical workforce for the homeland security enterprise. MSIs may apply to establish p...more

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ShoWorks, Inc. :: Trade Shows ShoWorks, Inc. :: A professional trade show management company. Daniel Sturdivant US Dept of Homeland Security Dan Sturdivant, serves as the Assistant Director for Outreach and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business Coordinator; OSDBU, U. S. Department of Homeland Security. As such, he is responsible for policy; strategic planning, outreach and the development and oversight of DHS's small business programs (including, Minority, Women-Owned, Veterans, & HUBZone firms). Dan is responsible for activities and program implementation, DHS-wide, which would increase opportunities for the small business community nation-wide. Under Dan's leadership and support, DHS is generally recognized as a leader in innovative, outreach activities. Additionally, at Homeland Security, Dan's also responsible for the implementation of the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business set-aside Program as well as he's the DHS, OSDBU liaison to the Congressional Black Caucus; keeping them apprised of the DHS small business programs, goals & achievements, new initiatives and continuous outreach efforts and activities. One of Dan's most effective & innovative outreach activities is one that he created in 1994, while at the Department of Treasury, which is called Vendor Outreach Sessions or (VOS). This unique concept allows the small business community access to the DHS component Small Business Specialists, "IT" Program Managers, or prime contractors, once a month, via prearranged 15 minute appointments. The appointments, which are made online, provides the vendors with a future "onsite", opportunity to discuss their capabilities and learn of potential procurement opportunities. DHS, held its first Vendor Outreach Session October of 2003. Before coming to the Department of Homeland Security; for years Dan won numerous awards while at Treasury, and before that as the Minority Business Advocate, with the Department of Transportation, Coast Guard Headquarters. The Coast Guard met or exceeded its Small Business Administration mandatory, government-wide goals each year that Dan was there, and in 1987 Dan was awarded Transportation's Minority Business Officer of the year award. The numerous government awards and achievements accumulated by Dan included; the Treasury Secretary's Certificate of Excellence, 1993, the Secretary's Certificate for Major Contributions to the Small Business Program, 1995, the Secretary's Certificate of Achievement, 2001 and also the Ronald H. Brown, Free Enterprise Award 2002, which was given by Auburn University, during its Annual African-American Entrepreneurship Summit. Dan also served, for twelve years as Chairman of the Department of Defense Regional Council for Small Business Education & Advocacy, Washington, DC, Chapter. During Dan's tenure, the Council steadily grew from approximately 47 members in 1987 to over 250 in 1998. For ten years, Dan also served as the Outreach Coordinator for the OSDBU Directors Interagency Council, and prior to coming to DHS, was also responsible for the Council's Annual Procurement Conference. According to an article in one of the recent small business trade magazines, this conference currently ranks in Washington only behind the SBA's Joint Industry Procurement Conference & MEDWeek as a "must attend" conference for the small business community seeking to do business with the Federal government, in the Washington Metropolitan area. This conference, which is a one-day event, draws approximately 2,500 - 3,000 individuals from all over the United States. In August of 2000, Dan was privileged to have had the opportunity to become the first Federal Government employee to attend the prestigious Darden Graduate School of Business, Minority Executive Business Program. This program, which is taught at the University of Virginia, in Charlottesville, is designed for the small business entrepreneur who is seeking to enhance their entrepreneurial and business skills. Dan's rationale for attending was to gain a deeper and a more astute insight into the inner workings and intricacies of a small business, which he would in turn use to strengthen Treasury's and now, the Department of Homeland Security's small business programs. While at Treasury, one of Dan's additional responsibilities was to write a quarterly article for Treasury's newsletter NEAR & FAR (As in Federal Acquisition Regulations), which he had done for approximately two years. One of his articles, "High-Tech/High-Touch-Leveraging Technology with Interpersonal Skills", when submitted, was so well received, that it appeared, as the featured article, in the April 2002 edition of the Federal Times magazine. Additionally, in May of 2003, Dan appeared with Ms. Melanie Sabelhaus, Deputy Administrator, SBA, and an invited small business owner on CNNfn, a syndicated program that discusses a myriad of financial topics, including those involving small business owners. The focus of this hour long program was SBA's nation-wide "Match-Making" Program, which Dan was intimately involved in helping SBA to launch by his support and with his presence. Additionally, during Black History Month for 2004, Dan received an unexpected honor, when he was contacted by the Commanding General, Brigadier General, J. M. Paxton, Jr., U. S. Marine Corps Recruit Depot/Western Recruiting Region, San Diego, California. A member of the General's staff, Colonel Paul C. Allen had previously heard Dan teach a seminar on "How to do Business with the Department of Homeland Security", for the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, in San Diego, during 2003. Dan was subsequently invited back to be the "Parade Reviewing Officer", at the recruit graduation program, during Black History Month 2004. This was indeed a very high honor for any former Marine, and Dan was selected because of his prior outstanding military service, his long standing personal involvement in his community and his recent "hand-picked" selection as the Assistant to the Director, for Outreach Programs, Department of Homeland Security. Also while at the Marine facilities in San Diego, Dan was given the "VIP" tour, and was also the General's invited "guest breakfast speaker" at his quarters, for a select group of Marines and sailors. Dan, who did his undergraduate studies at Howard University; also held or currently holds memberships in the National Association of Black Procurement Professionals, the NAACP (Washington, DC chapter), 100 Black Men of America, Inc. (Washington, DC Chapter), and the Disabled American Veterans Association. He is, as previously stated, a Retired Marine, who was wounded while serving his second of two combat tours of duty in Viet Nam, and was highly decorated, for his numerous combat achievements.


ShoWorks, Inc. :: Trade Shows

Daniel Sturdivant
US Dept of Homeland Security Dan Sturdivant, serves as the Assistant Director for Outreach and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business Coordinator; OSDBU, U. S. Department of Homeland Security. As such, he is responsible for policy; strategic planning, outreach and the development and oversight of DHS's small business programs (including, Minority, Women-Owned, Veterans, & HUBZone firms). Dan is responsible for activities and program implementation, DHS-wide, which would increase opportunities for the small business community nation-wide. Under Dan's leadership and support, DHS is generally recognized as a leader in innovative, outreach activities. Additionally, at Homeland Security, Dan's also responsible for the implementation of the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business set-aside Program as well as he's the DHS, OSDBU liaison to the Congressional Black Caucus; keeping them apprised of the DHS small business programs, goals & achievements, new initiatives and continuous outreach efforts and activities. One of Dan's most effective & innovative outreach activities is one that he created in 1994, while at the Department of Treasury, which is called Vendor Outreach Sessions or (VOS). This unique concept allows the small business community access to the DHS component Small Business Specialists, "IT" Program Managers, or prime contractors, once a month, via prearranged 15 minute appointments. The appointments, which are made online, provides the vendors with a future "onsite", opportunity to discuss their capabilities and learn of potential procurement opportunities. DHS, held its first Vendor Outreach Session October of 2003. Before coming to the Department of Homeland Security; for years Dan won numerous awards while at Treasury, and before that as the Minority Business Advocate, with the Department of Transportation, Coast Guard Headquarters. The Coast Guard met or exceeded its Small Business Administration mandatory, government-wide goals each year that Dan was there, and in 1987 Dan was awarded Transportation's Minority Business Officer of the year award. The numerous government awards and achievements accumulated by Dan included; the Treasury Secretary's Certificate of Excellence, 1993, the Secretary's Certificate for Major Contributions to the Small Business Program, 1995, the Secretary's Certificate of Achievement, 2001 and also the Ronald H. Brown, Free Enterprise Award 2002, which was given by Auburn University, during its Annual African-American Entrepreneurship Summit. Dan also served, for twelve years as Chairman of the Department of Defense Regional Council for Small Business Education & Advocacy, Washington, DC, Chapter. During Dan's tenure, the Council steadily grew from approximately 47 members in 1987 to over 250 in 1998. For ten years, Dan also served as the Outreach Coordinator for the OSDBU Directors Interagency Council, and prior to coming to DHS, was also responsible for the Council's Annual Procurement Conference. According to an article in one of the recent small business trade magazines, this conference currently ranks in Washington only behind the SBA's Joint Industry Procurement Conference & MEDWeek as a "must attend" conference for the small business community seeking to do business with the Federal government, in the Washington Metropolitan area. This conference, which is a one-day event, draws approximately 2,500 - 3,000 individuals from all over the United States. In August of 2000, Dan was privileged to have had the opportunity to become the first Federal Government employee to attend the prestigious Darden Graduate School of Business, Minority Executive Business Program. This program, which is taught at the University of Virginia, in Charlottesville, is designed for the small business entrepreneur who is seeking to enhance their entrepreneurial and business skills. Dan's rationale for attending was to gain a deeper and a more astute insight into the inner workings and intricacies of a small business, which he would in turn use to strengthen Treasury's and now, the Department of Homeland Security's small business programs. While at Treasury, one of Dan's additional responsibilities was to write a quarterly article for Treasury's newsletter NEAR & FAR (As in Federal Acquisition Regulations), which he had done for approximately two years. One of his articles, "High-Tech/High-Touch-Leveraging Technology with Interpersonal Skills", when submitted, was so well received, that it appeared, as the featured article, in the April 2002 edition of the Federal Times magazine. Additionally, in May of 2003, Dan appeared with Ms. Melanie Sabelhaus, Deputy Administrator, SBA, and an invited small business owner on CNNfn, a syndicated program that discusses a myriad of financial topics, including those involving small business owners. The focus of this hour long program was SBA's nation-wide "Match-Making" Program, which Dan was intimately involved in helping SBA to launch by his support and with his presence. Additionally, during Black History Month for 2004, Dan received an unexpected honor, when he was contacted by the Commanding General, Brigadier General, J. M. Paxton, Jr., U. S. Marine Corps Recruit Depot/Western Recruiting Region, San Diego, California. A member of the General's staff, Colonel Paul C. Allen had previously heard Dan teach a seminar on "How to do Business with the Department of Homeland Security", for the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, in San Diego, during 2003. Dan was subsequently invited back to be the "Parade Reviewing Officer", at the recruit graduation program, during Black History Month 2004. This was indeed a very high honor for any former Marine, and Dan was selected because of his prior outstanding military service, his long standing personal involvement in his community and his recent "hand-picked" selection as the Assistant to the Director, for Outreach Programs, Department of Homeland Security. Also while at the Marine facilities in San Diego, Dan was given the "VIP" tour, and was also the General's invited "guest breakfast speaker" at his quarters, for a select group of Marines and sailors. Dan, who did his undergraduate studies at Howard University; also held or currently holds memberships in the National Association of Black Procurement Professionals, the NAACP (Washington, DC chapter), 100 Black Men of America, Inc. (Washington, DC Chapter), and the Disabled American Veterans Association. He is, as previously stated, a Retired Marine, who was wounded while serving his second of two combat tours of duty in Viet Nam, and was highly decorated, for his numerous combat achievements.


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