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Aug172016

The Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) for Technology Transfer is the formally chartered, nationwide network of over 300 federal laboratories, agencies, and research centers that fosters commercialization best practice strategies and opportunities for accelerating federal technologies from out of the labs and into the marketplace.

Aug172016

MBDA’s regional engagement framework will include the creation of innovation ecosystems that spur new business development, support of existing businesses, and promote the advancement of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) labor force. Please view a list of our following partners! Commerce Innovation Partners Economic Development Administration NIST: Manufacturing...

Aug172016

There are thousands of groundbreaking technologies produced in the national federal laboratory network!  To spur innovation, minority-owned businesses can leverage these resources to start a business or advance their existing business model.  Most importantly, the federal labs play an important role as they promote economic development and enhance U.S. competitiveness in the global marketplace...

Aug152016

Minority Business Development Agency Invests $1.4 Million in the City of Columbia WASHINGTON (August 15, 2016) —The U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) today announced DESA, Inc., as a grant recipient to operate a MBDA Business Center in Columbia, South Carolina. The federal funding ($285,400) will be distributed during a five-year period with a proposed start...

Aug152016

Minority Business Development Agency Invests $1.5 Million in the City of Baltimore   WASHINGTON (August 15, 2016) —The U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) today announced L.S. Caldwell & Associates, Inc., as a grant recipient to operate a MBDA Business Center in Baltimore. The federal funding ($310,550) will be distributed during a five-year period with a...

Aug112016

The number of American Indian and Alaska Native-owned businesses in the U.S. climbed by 36,228, or 15.3 percent, between 2007 and 2012, reaching 272,919. In Oklahoma, which ranked second among states with 27,450 American Indian and Alaska Native-owned businesses in 2012, the number of these businesses increased by 6,238 over the period, or 29.4 percent.

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