The MCCC Government Contracting Network (GovConNet) is designed to support Maryland and Greater Washington Region-based government contractors.
The MCCC GovConNet mission is "To promote the economic impact of the federal government presence and to advocate on behalf of the contracting community for business opportunities."
The GovConNet Council is comprised of Government Contracting industry experts who develop GovConNet programs and provide industry specific advocacy. The Council advises the MCCC Board of Directors on its government contracting initiatives. Click here to see the GovConNet Council members.
The MCCC Business EXCELerator series is an exclusive member benefit that provides MCCC government contractors and small businesses with information, resources, and relationships to accelerate success in the private sector and federal market place.
The MCCC GovConNet Institute provides 6 three-hour sessions of advanced training to federal government contractors in the transitional stage. Instructors include industry experts that share real world tools and knowledge needed to succeed at the next level and increase owner value. The subject matter is geared for winning and profitably maintaining federal government contracts in the LPTA environment.
MCCC GovConNet designs forums featuring prominent keynote speakers and panelists who provide insight and intelligence on market trends and emerging policy changes in doing business with the federal government. Events include “The Changing Landscape in the Government Services Market” on Feb. 25 and special presentations as they arise.
MCCC GovConNet Procurement Conference gives over 800 attendees the unique opportunity to gain valuable insights and meet directly with key purchasing agents from a variety of prime contractors and federal, state, and local government agencies.
MCCC GovConNet facilitates on-site agency visits for government contractors to receive detailed information regarding a targeted agency’s key strategic direction, challenges, and resources as presented by agency heads, chief information officers, and small business directors. Presenters remain available for one-on-one networking with participants, as well as networking contractors and subcontractors. Host agencies include FDA, NCI, NIST, and NRC.