FEDERAL ALLIES INSTITUTE
In addition to access to business development opportunities, member firms join FAI to collaborate and to gain access to our shared collective depth of expertise and influence on a range of policy issues and other topics aimed at encouraging federal acquisition best practices and Ethics.
Membership-Driven Programming of the Federal Allies Network
There's power in connectivity. FAI activities include...
Congressional Office Meetings
Corporate Ethics Certification
Federal Agency Meetings
Legislative Round Tables
National Industry Publication
National & Regional Policy and Business Development Conferences & Expos
Veterans Business Advocate
Visibility & Recognition
White House Meetings
Women Business Advocate
"It is my belief that membership in Federal Allies Institute should be considered the most important tool in the small business tool box. I have been in the small business world for 37 years and I have never belonged to an organization that has so much to offer."
Daniel R. Caffoe, Co-Founder and Chairman
ImQuest Life Sciences, Inc.
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
Bio pages of Speakers and Conference Participants of Federal Allies Institute's 9 National Conferences and issue forums soon to be restored to the following list.
Bridget A. Bean
Jeff P. Bialos
David T. Boddie
Frank Clay, Jr.
Sean F. Crean, Rear Adm. (Ret.)
Sharon M. Davis
Lisa J. Dinhofer, MA, CT, CTBS
David H. Hallock, Jr.
Richard C. Jordan
John A. Leonard, Jr.
Casey A. Long
John F. Long
Major Gen. Gregg F. Martin
Emily W. Murphy
Todd R. Overman
Amy T. Sajda
Robyn H. Snyder
Dan F. Sturdivant, II
Frank S. Swain
Mauricio P. Vera
Dr. Christine M. Warnke
Dr. Linton Wells II
Arthur K. Wu
Federal Allies endeavors to "teach you how to fish"
by offering sources and methods of federal
contracting among a national network.
We are an opportunity for businesses 'to do good,
as they are doing well' by serving in many ways
including as a volunteer mentor to small businesses across America contemplating becoming federal contractors.
If you would like to help us develop leadership and
organizational capacity at Federal Allies, please call
(571) 217-0823 and become a member.
Members elected to the board are encouraged to
invest at the Corporate membership level and
are each provided an annual set of fundraising
We appreciate the many board members and
early adopters who have the vision to support
the development of Federal Allies Institute both
through financial contributions and their volunteer
It is only through such exemplary national
leadership, collaboration, and service in the
early history of this organization that the greater
good of the entire federal contracting community
will be served.
Over 2,000 companies and agencies participate
from across America.
To see our IRS Form 990s please visit GuideStar.org
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