Connecting NC Businesses with Federal Opportunities
The North Carolina Military Business Center provides North Carolina businesses with access and resources they need to secure federal contracts, grow jobs, raise the tax base and improve quality of life for everyone in the state. With industry professionals and resources in fields including construction, cyber security, biomedicine, aerospace, subsistence, and more, the NCMBC provides valuable services and resources to businesses all across the state.
Since opening in 2005, NCMBC-assisted businesses have won 3,451 federal contracts with the federal government, the Department of Defense, and various military bases in the state, with a minimum estimated value of $13.26 billion. These contracts generated more than $475 million in state corporate income tax and a return on state investment in the NCMBC of over 20:1.
In addition to helping businesses connect to contract opportunities, the NCMBC provides one-on-one counseling by career federal contracting professionals to simplify the contracting process. The NCMBC also connects businesses to federal agencies and opportunities with statewide summits and MatchForce.org, and supports recruitment of defense contractors. It also helps North Carolina businesses to employ highly skilled, transitioning military personnel and veterans — an engine for economic development in our state.
NC Military Business Center connects local businesses with federal opportunities
The North Carolina Military Business Center is dedicated to connecting local businesses with federal opportunities. Since opening in 2005, the NCMBC has helped clients win over 3,000 federal contracts with a minimum value of $13.26 billion, stimulating the state's economy and bringing valuable growth to local businesses.
Why tech companies should consider making defense technology
Although the Triangle area is known for its vibrant technology and innovation scene, innovation is taking place across the entire state of North Carolina. For many technology companies, a simple pivot in operations could open them up to lucrative contracts with the federal government.
How new cyber security requirements will affect business working with the federal government
In order to work with the federal government, businesses will need to meet the proper standards of the new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification. For small businesses in need of help, there are several resources that can simplify the process.
Environmental and energy opportunities abound at NC military installations
From remediation services to water filtration to geothermal installation, the military bases around North Carolina are ripe with environmental and energy opportunities for local businesses.
Annual construction summit connects local businesses with high-value contracts
The annual construction summit hosted by the North Carolina Military Business Center brings hundreds of federal officials and businesses from across the Southeast. For North Carolina construction-based businesses, it's a unique opportunity to network and gain insight on the largest projects the federal government has slated for the year.
Strategic industry professionals provide valuable insight for businesses in key industries to sell to federal agencies
At the North Carolina Military Business Center, Strategic Industry Professionals use their experience in strategic industries to provide insight to local businesses looking to work with the federal government.