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

DISA/Joint Service Provider (JSP) Virtual Cybersecurity Forum

April 29, 2021
Virtual

Speak to DISA/Joint Service Provider (JSP) personnel at their Virtual Cybersecurity Forum via a 30-minute speaking slot on the agenda. Due to the increase in DoD cyber attacks, personnel take required trainings to learn the latest techniques. Event attendees examine cybersecurity readiness, learn better security practices, complete trainings and look for technologies that connect and protect warfighters in cyberspace.

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Government Procurement Conference (GPC) Virtual Industry Day

June 24, 2021 (Special GSA Session April 29th)
Virtual Event

The GPC Virtual Industry Day is a precursor to the annual Government Procurement Conference scheduled to take place in November. Government agencies will conduct their own session rooms virtually to discuss upcoming procurements and how to do business with their agency. Prime Contractors will discuss their current and upcoming subcontracting opportunities for small businesses as well as how to do business with their firms.

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Georgia Regional Army Virtual Industry Day - Fort Gordon, Fort Benning

May 6, 2021
Virtual Event

Keep personnel from Fort Gordon and Fort Benning up to date on innovations, product information and current programs at Georgia Regional Army Virtual Industry Day! This one-day event replaces FBC's popular on-the-ground series. FBC has a very successful history at these bases, with previous event attendees having extremely diverse technology-related job functions. Consider the available Speaking Marketing Service Package option, or, participate in a Virtual Escape Room alongside participants.

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NRC HACK 2021

May 11, 2021
Virtual Event

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s bi-annual Helpful Applied Cyber Knowledge (HACK) event will be held virtually this May surrounding the theme "Everyone is a Link in the Chain of Security."
Hosted by the Office of the Chief Information Officer, this well-received campaign encourages all NRC technology users to be aware of the impact of their activities on connected devices (both at home and in the workplace) and the threats they may potentially and unknowingly generate.

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2021 Air Force Intelligence Community Security Review Board (SRB)

May 18-19, 2021
Omni San Antonio Hotel at the Colonnade in Texas

Air Force cybersecurity professionals won't miss the Air Force (AF) Intelligence Community (IC) Security Review Board (SRB), a 2-day virtual event hosted by the Air Force Intelligence Community CISO. The event covers what’s happening in the Intelligence Community, as it relates to cybersecurity. Expect high attendance! In 2019, 500+ attendees registered a full month before the event had even begun. At least 50 of those attendees were senior leaders/decision makers, GS-14!

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NLIT Summit 2021

June 7 - 9, 2021
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 virtual NLIT Summit was the highest attended to date, with more than 875 registered attendees. We'll build on last year's successes with participants from across the DOE complex.

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Testimonials


"We have hosted two tech expos per year for the past many years, one provided by [another federal event company] and one provided by FBC. When the Boulder Labs Executive Board determined that only 1 expo was needed each year, we conducted a survey and it was overwhelmingly clear that FBC’s expo was favored by the staff for both technical content and organization."

-John Lowe, BLEA President