NAVSYS CEO Appointed to SBA Regulatory Fairness Board NAVSYS Press Release, March 23, 2010


Colorado Springs, CO – Dr. Alison Brown, President and CEO of NAVSYS Corporation has been appointed to serve as a member of the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Region VIII Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board. Her term is for three years. Region VIII’s headquarters is in Denver, Colorado, and serves the states of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

Reporting to the SBA National Ombudsman, there are ten regional Regulatory Fairness Boards, with five members on each board. The Regulatory Fairness Boards work with small business owners all over the country. The members provide independent advice and recommendations regarding issues of unfair and/or excessive regulatory enforcement while helping to ensure that small businesses have the tools they need to grow, expand, and create jobs.

In commenting on her appointment, Dr. Brown stated, “I am very pleased to have the opportunity to work with the SBA and the small businesses in Region VIII to enable effective and fair implementation of federal regulations.”

NAVSYS Corporation is a research and development small business, focusing on global navigation technologies. A woman-owned business located in Colorado Springs, the company specializes in global positioning systems, inertial navigation systems, and communication systems for both military and commercial applications.  Dr. Brown also serves on the boards of the Mountain States Employers Council, the NDIA Board of Trustees and the Small Business Technology Council.