FEDERAL ALLIES INSTITUTE
Your Allies for Doing Business with the Federal Government:
Corporate Ethics Certification
Acquisition Best Practices
National Procurement & Policy Conferences & Expos
2,000 dynamic participants / 35 federal agencies & military nationwide
100% volunteer operated
May 16th at Red Hot & Blues, Fairfax, VA Chapter
National Press Club, Washington, DC
Featured Hallmark Hosts of FAI & FAI Receptions Sponsors Have Included:
If you would like more information on how you may participate at FAI, please call 571-217-0823. Thank you!
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 Fairfax Marriott at Fair Oaks including FAI Board and Senior Leadership
FAI SMALL BUSINESS FEDERAL CONTRACTOR RECEPTIONS
Discover your next business opportunity.
You are cordially invited to our next small business federal contractor event!
Our receptions are opportunities to socialize with like-minded colleagues, friends, and potential new partners. They are open to all.
Sponsors we can feature additional components at FAI receptions such as curated events and spontaneous brainstorming opportunities & table exhibits to focus on your business or federal government agency.
And as always, we will invite those with whom you wish to do business.
Federal Allies Institute Maryland Chapter
September 19, 2017
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bethesda
8120 Wisconsin Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814
Early Registration Rates
Standard Registration: $20
Member Firm Registration: $10
FAI - A BRIEF HISTORY IN TIME
In 2008 Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall requested a new annual small business conference and trade show to assist their procurement staff in meeting goals for identifying and recruiting hard-to-find specific service and product providers. Federal Allies Institute was formed by volunteers to accomplish this mission.
Based on the success at Fort Myer, soon Federal Allies received other unsolicited requests. One for a federal grant-tax credit application seminar by U.S. Small Business Administration with U.S. Treasury, HHS and FDA.
Federal Allies produced the event for free and 27 firms that attended the seminar received grants... one or more each of $240,000.
35 Federal Agencies, 2000 Participants & Nine Years Later...
Today, firms join Federal Allies to support the good works of the trade association and to take an active role in the federal contracting community, collaborate on new small business development opportunities and to take advantage of Federal Allies many federal contracting members, resources, significant expertise and influence.
Federal Allies members strive to uphold FAI's history of success and national leadership position for federal small business advocacy. We continue to strive to improve federal acquisition best practices and business Ethics.