Federal Allies Institute recently completed the association’s new Strategic Plan in cooperation with firms such as General Electric Company and agencies such as U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
The conference is ‘a how to do business with the federal government event’ based upon the Federal Allies Strategic Plan and is targeted to small businesses across America that require a local ombudsman and a Washington, DC presence. Federal Allies seeks to facilitate and develop long-term relationships among participants in the procurement community.
The conference registration fee, substantially lower than the going rate, includes (at no charge) an optional one-year membership in the Institute to enable all conference registrants access to free management level expertise and free consultancy for how to navigate the government procurement space. The volunteer experts, or “Federal Allies” are current successful federal contractors.
Additionally, Federal Allies Institute is the private sector initiative starting to take on the ‘Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval” role among a wide array of service providers operating in the federal procurement space.
Federal Allies is now entering its fifth year and maintains a Strategic Alliance with U.S. Small Business Administration. Federal Allies Institute helps small businesses become federal contractors regardless of their levels of maturity to do so.
Federal Allies is a business membership organization in which annual business membership dues start at $195. A special offer made during this conference is registration of $145, which includes the optional annual membership and access to the Federal Allies Network.