Announcing Supplier Diversity Opportunities for Veteran & Milspouse-Owned Businesses

Published : December 22, 2020
Posted by : Julie Russett

If you are registered on Rosie’s List, have B2B products for sale and are interested in procurement opportunities with AAFES, then now is the time to contact us!

Rosie’s List has partnered with AAFES and ePS to bring qualified veteran and military spouse-owned products into the AAFES supplier diversity chain. Together, we are proud to announce the AAFES National Diversity Veteran Small Business (NDVSB) eMarketplace.

Let me tell you about it.

AAFES is committed to increasing its supplier diversity spend with veteran and military spouse-owned businesses and together with ePS, we are proud to partner with them on this effort. From office products & cleaning supplies to furniture & electronics (and much more), you now have the opportunity to get your products and/or catalog onto AAFES online procurement system.

The NDVSB eMarketplace for AAFES is regionally-specific, meaning each AAFES region has their own eMarketplace where veteran and military spouse-owned businesses can upload their product offerings. ePS will assist in building your electronic ‘catalog’ on the eMarketplace and provide the ePS eConnect solutions software that automates the entire Procure-to-Pay process.

If you are interested and would like to learn more, please reach out to contact@therosienetwork.org.

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