Entries by hawaiidefense

HDA HUBZone Webinar

On Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022, the Hawaii Defense Alliance together with the HUBZone Program held a webinar to fuel small business growth in historically underutilized business zones. With more defense work coming to Hawaii, the Alliance wants to connect the people of Hawaii to the business opportunities of the defense space.

Procurement Readiness Workshop

In July, the Department of the Navy (DON) Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) virtually held a two-day Procurement Readiness Workshop to help ready the Hawaii Industrial Base and others of the requirements to do business with the Federal Government.


HDA Summer Intern Spotlight

On Monday, July 11, the Military Affairs Council (MAC) and the Hawaii Defense Alliance, in partnership with Booz Allen Hamilton and the Hawai‘i Technology Development Corporation (HTDC), hosted a Summer Intern Spotlight at the Entrepreneur’s Sandbox in Kaka‘ako.


Expanding Beyond Hawaii with SAME

The Hawaii Defense Alliance hosted a free, virtual webinar with the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) that focused on local DOD opportunities and opportunities beyond Hawaii for your business.

Signals Intelligence Careers

Continuing our Building Hawaii Intel Career Pathways Together series, the next session focused on careers in Signals Intelligence. Learn more about what the industry is doing to work with academia and NSA to lay out career pathways and intern/job opportunities to engage students.


2022 MAC & HDA Partnership Conference

On Jan. 6 – 7, 2022 Hawaii Defense Alliance joined the MAC to host the 2022 Partnership Conference. This annual conference provides an opportunity for MAC and HDA members and partners to learn about the military’s priorities in Hawaii and the Indo-Pacific Area of Responsibility, as well as the steady and increasing economic opportunities the defense sector brings.


Geospatial Analytics Careers

Hawaii Defense Alliance hosted a virtual webinar focusing on geospatial analytics careers. The objective of this is to increase awareness – for the tech community, educators, students, and government audience – of the career and certification pathways and hundreds of jobs being created in Hawaii over the next three years. These jobs are being driven by the Federal government and contractors.

U.S. Army Small Business Contracting Panel

Mahalo for joining the U.S. Army Small Business Contracting Panel featuring the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Honolulu District, USACE Pacific Ocean Division (POD), and the Army Contracting Command (ACC) Outside Contiguous United States (OCONUS) Regional Contracting Office-Hawaii/Alaska.