Your Allies for Doing Business with...    Federal Government:

  • Corporate Ethics Certification

  • Acquisition Best Practices

  • National Procurement & Policy Conferences & Expos

  • Government Relations

  • Networking Opportunities

  • Over 2,000 participants nationwide

  • 100% volunteer operated

  • SBA approved

  • 501(c)(6) non-profit

  • GuideStar Gold


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Federal Allies Institute is incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia and located near Washington, D.C.  Our membership is nationwide.
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All Small Mentor-Protégé Program

This new program was established to develop strong protégé firms through mentor-provided business development assistance, and to help protégés successfully compete for government contracts. The SBA began accepting applications for this program on October 1, 2016. 
About the All Small Mentor-Protégé Program & How to Apply

Federal Allies Institute Federal Contracts Association

Dan F. Sturdivant II, U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Brian Watson, U.S. Treasury Department with Corporate Ethics Board Members Ralph E. Winnie, Jr. Esq. and Jana Nelson, Esq., Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP as Nelson bestows Federal Allies Institute's Corporate Ethics Certification to The Clay Group, LLC Principal Frank Clay of Olathe, Kansas.

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Corporate Ethics Certification

Federal Allies - The Early Days

Federal Allies Institute was formed to support an annual small business trade show requested by the Directorate of Procurement at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall to supply hard to find goods and services urgently needed at the base.  Small businesses were recruited to the first trade show in 2008 from 17 states and the District of Columbia.  By the second conference, federal agencies and military offices totaling 30 also made their way to Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall to participate and the conference was touted by a federal participant, the Architect of the Capitol at a congressional hearing as useful.

Small businesses were helped too - from across the nation in Kansas came America’s first entrepreneur to offer to help the newly organized association succeed and in doing so, by helping others, this small business without any federal business or experience in federal contracting was able to advance and today supplies goods and services to Veterans hospitals nationwide.  The membership was formed at the beginning depths of America’s worst economy of a generation and these small businesses were a microcosm of the strife and endurance needed to overcome such obstacles and to succeed.