Building Winning Teams for Technology and Professional Services Firms
MITC participants inherit the access to a steady stream of ID/IQ and GWAC contract opportunities with limited competition; extensive capabilities bandwidth; decision-maker contacts; and cutting-edge business intelligence to respond to economic conditions that have stifled small business growth and job creation. Using joint-ventures, partnering, teaming arrangements, mentor-protégé program participation, collaborative efforts, and business development strategies, MITC offers its participants the benefit of strength in numbers. MITC collaborations support government efforts to sustain small businesses and expand contracting opportunities on large and complex technology and professional services contracts.
A WIN-WIN FOR THE ECONOMY
MITC brought together award-winning technology and professional services companies - located across the country - and top Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority-Serving Institutions (HBCU/MI), to create a dynamic vehicle that enables them to compete successfully and win more, larger, and complex federal government contracts.