Size Does Make a Difference & Your Business Matters

Mid-Tier Advocacy, Inc. (“MTA”) a 501(c)3 is a rapidly growing advocacy group consisting of over two thousand member and followers in government contracting across the nation. We exist to help advanced small and midsize contractors grow through advocacy with decision-makers in agencies and on the hill. Large businesses understand that business development must progress into liaison activities with Senators, Legislators and Senior Procurement Officials. Our mission is to help those who are “too big to be small and too small to be big” and by serving as the collective voice on these issues, we can reduce your costs while elevating your business opportunity outlook.

Business Development

Introductions & Connections
Elevating Issues; Maintaining Relationships
Access to Experts, Suppliers, Training & Events

Issues Advocacy
Collective Action
Shared Service Cost
Access to Senior Government Officials

Here Are Some Ways to Join Us
-IDIQ Task Force: Our members have expressed questions regarding the viability of correcting anticompetitive issues in IDIQ contracting that reduce their wins. Join our inaugural discussion group on Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. EST at Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, 7900 Tysons One Place, McLean, Virginia, 22102.

-Representation: MTA can be your company’s voice on the hill for company-specific questions or questions that are better asked collectively. We can help your team build relationships with congress, legislator, and senior agency procurement representatives while supporting or simply promoting visibility. Our outreach campaigns involve project management, outreach and advisory services that will help you land new deals.

-CEO Roundtable: Our esteemed members benefit from working with us and their peers to trade ideas, discuss issues and do business with one another. Our members appreciate the streamlined and advanced networking opportunities that few organizations are providing.

Monthly Breakfast Series: Each month we meet with senior government procurement officials and influential alumnae of the senior executive service (“SES”) to discuss hot topics. Our panelists often provide candid tips on source selection and awards processes.

We are currently seeking member outreach committee members. We do the heavy lifting, while you network and share your ideas for ways to add benefits for our members. Contact us at to share an idea or to get involved.