Mid-Tier Advocacy…the “collective voice” for mid-size firms
Since 2010, MTA has been on the front lines working to level the playing field for mid-tier companies that are forced to compete with large corporations for federal contracts.
Today, a small business that generates more than $35 million in revenue per year is no longer considered small as defined by federal size standards. Many of these companies grow beyond the current size standards, or graduate from the SBA’s 8(a) program, and are thrust into full and open competition without the infrastructure and capital needed to successfully compete.
MTA serves as a vehicle for business growth and development by briefing congress, reaching out to federal agencies and educating member firms on business opportunities.