|Who Can Join The American Small Business Coalition?|
In 2004 The American Small Business Coalition was created to offer a wealth of resources and benefits to individuals and organizations supporting the government contracting community.
While many of the benefits provided through membership are of value to most anyone in business today, participation in our membership programs is limited to those with specific business interests and who fall into certain categories of the overall business community.
From the statements below, please select the one that best demonstrates your/your company's current posture to the government sector to learn more about the benefits of membership.
We currently sell products/services/solutions to U.S. Government agencies and/or government contractors.
We want to sell products/services/solutions to U.S. Government agencies and/or government contractors.
We are not a contractor/subcontractor but provide professional services that support business operations for companies that are.We currently sell products/services/solutions to U.S. Government agencies and/or government contractors.
I work for a government agency.
Participation as an Individual, Associate or Corporate Member (CORE™ Small Business, GovCon Wingman™) will provide you access to a bevy of actionable information and viable relationships to assist you and your company with growing your business within your current customer organization(s) or expanding into new ones. The ASBC continuously expands its portfolio of relationships and relevant content from around the government contracting community to ensure our members are empowered to make the decisions that support their organizational growth goals.
Companies delivering goods, services and/or solutions direct to government agencies or as subcontractor/teaming partners are invited to take advantage of the privileges of membership in The American Small Business Coalition.
We want to sell products/services/solutions to the U.S. Government agencies and/or government contractors.
Through ongoing industry education, market intelligence and relationship development activities, novices to government contracting can garner tips and tactics for identifying and pursuing business opportunities and learn ways to leverage free and fee-based resources from around the government sector to assist with the development of business intelligence.
Our Individual Associate and Corporate Memberships offer an excellent dues-to-benefits return on investment for companies working to establish their presence in the government contracting community.
We are not a contractor/subcontractor but provide professional services that support business operations for companies that are.
Membership in The American Small Business Coalition is reserved for organizations doing business as contractors and subcontractors. Companies providing professional services which are specific to the business operations of government contractors, may consider a Community or Supporting Portal Sponsorship. Participants gain sponsor-access to a private community focused exclusively on supporting government contractors and government agencies. Averaging more than 2500 member logins each month, Community Sponsors are provided a tremendously focused opportunity to present themselves as viable resources by contributing useful content viewable to the entire membership, while Supporting Portal Sponsors enjoy this and awesome search engine optimization that attracts more than 21,000 pageviews monthly and keeps visitors on our site for more than 4:28 each visit.
I work for a government agency.
Representatives of federal, state, municipal, county and tribal agencies can leverage the resources of The ASBC to support their industry outreach, education and market research efforts. Present up-to-date agency information at an upcoming The ASBC's of Government Contracting™ or simply create a free user profile on our web portal to collaborate with companies from around the nation to learn about the great things our members are doing to support the missions of U.S. Government agencies.
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