Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update:

FBC is closely monitoring the new developments of the Coronavirus along with our government sponsors. Based on the current circumstances, many of our upcoming events have been converted to virtual, hybrid (combination of on-site and virtual) or postponed to future 2020/2021 dates. We are working diligently with venues to reschedule in-person events and will keep all participants notified as changes occur. 

View our upcoming virtual events | View our printable schedule.


About Us

Federal Business Council, Inc. (FBC) specializes in producing conferences and trade show events at Federal Government locations throughout the United States. Each month thousands of federal employees attend FBC events to evaluate the latest advances in technology, military hardware, training, and other product areas, as well as update their sources for future requirements.

Founded in 1976, FBC has conducted more than 4,000 on-site expositions and conferences for the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, and civilian agencies. Over the last 40 years, FBC has become a comprehensive resource for marketing to the Federal Government.

Featured Events

Wyoming Cybersecurity Conference

October 5-7, 2020
Virtual Event

Join CyberWyoming for the virtual Wyoming Cybersecurity Conference! This is a unique opportunity to collaborate with experts from Wyoming. The agenda includes topics on information technology, cybersecurity, workforce development, education, election security and much more! All relevant companies and technologies - including cybersecurity, IT, threat intelligence, information sharing, workforce development and education - are invited to exhibit or sponsor the event.

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NLIT Summit 2020

October 13-16, 2020
Virtual Event

The elite group at NLIT (National Laboratories Information Technology) executes long-term government scientific and technological missions, often with complex security, safety, project management, or other operational challenges. Last year's NLIT Summit was the best to date, with more than 125 exhibitors and 400 attendees. We'll build on last year's successes with participants from across the DOE complex.

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Government Procurement Conference

October 14-15, 2020
Virtual Event

The Government Procurement Conference (GPC) is a national conference - being held virtually this year - that fosters business partnerships between the federal government, its prime contractors and small businesses. The largest and longest-running conference of its kind, this unique event attracts more than 3,000 people including attendees and exhibitors from minority, service-disabled veteran-owned, veteran-owned, HUBZone and women-owned businesses. Sign up for mentor-protege opportunities!

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9th Annual Information Operations & Electronic Warfare Symposium

October 19-21, 2019
Virtual Event

Co-sponsored by the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM), the 2020 Information Operations (IO) and Electronic Warfare (EW) Symposium brings together government, military, academia and industry leaders to discuss the operational challenges facing practitioners of Information-Related Capabilities (IRCs). This conference is USINDOPACOM's only professional development, international engagement and operational problem-solving event focused on the IRCs that comprise Joint Information Operations.

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AFCEA Belvoir Industry Days 2020

November 17-19, 2020
Virtual Event

AFCEA Belvoir serves as a bridge between government requirements and industry capabilities, representing the top government, industry and military professionals in the fields of information technology, communications and intelligence. AFCEA Belvoir Industry Days is a great opportunity to connect with key members of the government and industry/organizations from all over the U.S. Sponsors can increase brand awareness, forge relationships with future customers and share new industry ideas.

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Testimonials


"From the program to the exhibits, the event was outstanding from our perspective! It honestly exceeded our expectations, and it was great to actually see consensus on where we stand today and where we can all go, and how everyone participating can play a role in that. The comments on Twitter and some of the participants’ blogs were also all positive! Looking forward to next year already!"

-Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC)