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Minority Business Government Contracting Assistance


MBDA Federal Procurement Center helps eligible minority business enterprises identify and access federal procurement opportunities as well as obtain and perform on federal contracts. The Federal Procurement Center is located in the nation’s capital to better access federal procurement officials and prime contractors throughout the region and will service minority-owned firms of all sizes, but will target firms with annual revenues of more than $1 million. The center is part of a national network of funded centers located in major cities throughout the United States. Follow this link for contact information:

Eligibility: Minority owned or controlled U.S. businesses

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Tags: Minority, Counseling, Sales, Pre-Startup, Startup, Established, Small/Medium (1-500 employees), Large (500+ employees)

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