Meet your OSDBU contacts

Air Force
Ronald Poussard
www.selltoairforce.org
703-696-1103

Army
Tracey Pinson
www.sellingtoarmy.info
703-697-2868

Navy
Timothy Foreman
www.donhq.navy.mil/OSBP
202-685-6485

Defense Department
Anthony Martoccia
www.acq.osd.mil/osbp
703-604-0157, ext. 151

Agriculture Department
Jim House
www.usda.gov/da/smallbus
202-720-7117

Commerce Department
www.osec.doc.gov/osdbu
202-482-1472

Education Department
Kristi Wilson Hill
www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ods/osdbu.html
202-245-6300

Energy Department
Theresa Alvillar-Speake
smallbusiness.doe.gov/index.html
202-586-7377

Health and Human Services Department
Debbie Ridgely
www.hhs.gov/osdbu
202-690-7300

Homeland Security Department
Kevin Boshears
www.dhs.gov/openforbusiness
202-447-5555

Housing and Urban Development Department
Valerie Hayes, acting director
www.hud.gov/offices/osdbu/index.cfm
202-708-1428

Interior Department
Mark Oliver
www.doi.gov/osdbu
202-208-3493

Justice Department
David Sutton
www.usdoj.gov/jmd/osdbu
202-616-0523

Labor Department
Jose Lira
www.dol.gov/osbp/welcome.htm
202-693-6460

State Department
Gregory Mayberry
www.state.gov/m/a/sdbu
703-875-6822

Transportation Department
Denise Rodriguez-Lopez
www.osdbu.dot.gov
202-366-1930

Treasury Department
Teresa Lewis
www.treasury.gov/osdbu
202-622-0530

Veterans Affairs Department
Scott Denniston
www.va.gov/OSDBU
202-461-4300

Environmental Protection Agency
Jeanette Brown
www.epa.gov/osdbu
202-566-2075

General Services Administration
Felipe Mendoza
www.gsa.gov/smallbusiness
202-501-1021

NASA
Glenn Delgado
www.osbp.nasa.gov
202-358-2088

About the Author

Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.

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