Full participation in the MITC is limited to information technology, network operations and infrastructure-related firms of any size that are owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals. MITC considers firms based on the Small Business Administration’s definition of socially-disadvantaged businesses. For more information on requirements, visit the SBA Web site at www.sba.gov.

Businesses not owned and controlled by socially-disadvantaged individuals can become affiliate participants but not full participants  Firms should be at least 1 year old. MITC reserves the right to consider exceptions to this requirement on a case-by-case basis.


Becoming a Participant – The Steps

  • Complete/Submit Participation Application (On Line)
  • Complete/Submit MITC Non-Disclosure Agreement (On Line)
  • MITC Reviews Application and Takes Action
  • If your Participation Application is not approved; you will receive an e-mail notification explaining this and may re-submit a new Participation Application (On Line) after 90 days.
  • If your Participation Application is approved, you will receive an e-mail directing your firm to:
    1. Complete/Submit MITC Participation Agreement
    2. Complete/Submit MITC MITC Code Values & Code of Conduct
    3. Pay Participation Fee and $50 Processing Fee
    • Upon confirmation of Participation Fee payment, your firm receives protocols to access appropriate MITC task order information and documents, teaming/partnership, Mentor-Protégé, technical assistance, and Participant Update portals.


MITC is a consortium of small technology and professional services firms and HBCU/MI with a broad "bandwidth" of expertise and successful experience in Information Technology, Construction, Training, and other desirable professionals service areas. MITC member firms can provide services within the Continental US (CONUS) and outside (OCONUS).

Business Development

MITC provides business development and other growth-related support services to technology and professional services firms, of all types and sizes, and Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority-Serving Institutions.

Federal Contractors

We offer an efficient, effective single point for Federal Contractors to access pre-vetted team members to meet their Federal Small Business Sub-contracting Requirement.