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About this Center
The MBDA Federal Procurement Center is located in the Nation’s Capital to provide access to federal procurement officials and prime contractors throughout the region. The Center serves minority-owned firms with annual revenues of more than $1 million. The Center is a part of MBDA’s nationwide services network. It is the first MBDA business center solely focused on federal contracting.
Center representatives closely align with clients to understand their capabilities and unique offerings to the federal government, and assist them in developing customized near-term and long-term marketing strategies. The Center’s personnel maintain strong federal agency knowledge, relationships, and contracting expertise.
The Center is operated by MEDA.
Facilitate relationships between minority business clients, and federal program managers and acquisition professionals
Align client’s mission, vision and capabilities with targeted procurement opportunities
Initiate teaming of minority businesses with other clients, other minority enterprises, and The Center’s strategic partners
Provide updates on agency buying trends, policy and program initiatives, and regulatory changes
Leverage the programs and resources of The Center’s strategic partnering organizations to enhance benefit to clients
National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED)
National 8(a) Association
Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA)
The Latino Coalition