Mid-Tier Advocacy Inc. is proud to present a great line-up of top level directors on our “FederalGovernment Contracting Panel” during this year’s Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s
(CBCF) Annual Legislative Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. This
important event for advanced small and emerging businesses will kick-off with a discussion and
exchange among policy leaders on defining opportunities in federal government contracting for
small and mid-tier businesses. We are also excited to have as Moderator, Mr. Carl Brown, Jr.,
Director, of the DC SBDC at Howard University and Host of the Small Business Report, Sirius
XM HUR Voices Channel 141.

Our event is free to the public, so join us on Thursday, September 15 th at 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM.
Seating is limited – so registration is required on Event Brite.

This event promises to attract a highly diverse audience including MTA members, conference
attendees, corporate leaders, policymakers, government officials, and community stakeholders.

Our topic for discussion is: “Defining Opportunities for Minorities in Government Contracting by
Building Relationships”. Relationships are key to knowing the customer, “what the customer
needs and how the customer buys – its time to get to know your customer. This is why we
continue to host these informative session. You will also have time at the conclusion of our
session, for networking with our presenters and other attendees – bring capability statements and
business cards! This business exchange will be a rewarding opportunity for all attendees.
Displays (Sponsors only) and materials are encouraged.

Door prizes will also be available – however, you must be present to win!

Mid Tier Advocacy Bridge Award
MTA will pay tribute by recognizing outstanding work of individuals, agencies or, business that
have created bridges for others to experience success.

Walter E. Washington Convention Center

West Overlook Room
801 Mount Vernon Place Northwest
Washington, DC 20001



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