EvereTech will provide Special Operations (SOF) Planning support for Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Northern Strike. Support includes facilitation, interoperability, and interdependence of the Joint, Combined and Coalition Force through the application of special operations tactics techniques and procedures (TTPs) and forces. Provide SME expertise and make changes to develop products for rotational training units. We take pride in the the National Guard Bureau's mission and look forward to continue to provide the the Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) value.
EvereTech is excited to provide Executive Senior Program support for the Chief of Naval Operations. Support includes support all aspects of program development, and management for OPNAV N80. We will assess Navy-wide impacts of programmatic changes to infrastructure, major acquisition programs, or operational and maintenance accounts. We will assist in the development of N80 executive level presentations that articulate N80’s strategic vision. We will coach N80 or N80B to define the linkage between warfighting readiness and lack of funding constraints to attain readiness. Additionally, we will perform an analysis of the impact of potential programmatic impacts of funding reductions to readiness and capabilities. We take pride in the Department of Navy's mission and look forward to continue to provide the Navy value.
EvereTech attended an SBA Regulatory Reform Forum event hosted by the San Antonio Small Business Administration (SBA) and Launch San Antonio (SA). Events similar to this have arose because of presidential executive orders on regulatory reform. As a result, the SBA Office of Advocacy has conducted forums with small business in efforts to hear directly from small businesses about what regulations concern them the most.
This was a great opportunity for small businesses such as EvereTech to educate the Office of Advocacy on how we are impacted by federal regulations. Additionally, the information gathered at the forum will be utilized to inform agencies, Congress and the public on what specific regulations can be modified or removed to help small businesses.