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North Carolina Military Business Center Mission To leverage military and other federal business opportunities for economic development and quality of life in North Carolina Goals Increase military business for existing North Carolina companies

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mission
Mission

To leverage military and other federal business opportunities for economic development and quality of life in North Carolina

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

goals
Goals
  • Increase military business for existing North Carolina companies
  • Support integration of military personnel and family members into the workforce
  • Support recruitment and development of defense-related businesses in North Carolina

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organization
OrganizationOrganization

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services
MatchForce.org

Business Assistance

MBC

Strategic Initiatives

Services

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

headquarters
Headquarters
  • Trains staff and market MBC services
  • Manages websites: MatchForce and ncmbc.us
  • Forecasts military needs and business capacity
  • Influences DoD business environment (rules)
  • Leverages relations with DoD contractors
  • Staff: Exec Director, Data Management Tech

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business assistance team
BusinessAssistance Team
  • Mines military business opportunities
  • Identifies NC businesses to compete
  • Provides one-on-one assistance to review and develop proposals

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

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Business

Assistance Team

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business assistance providers
Business Assistance Providers

Goldsboro

Pinehurst

Havelock

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS

PROCUREMENT COUNSELORS

PTAC COUNSELORS

MILITARY BUSINESS COORDINATORS

+ 58 Small Business Centers Across the State

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MBC

Coordinators

(4 SBCs)

Market-Driven

Work Flow

(Local)

1-on-1

Business

Assistance

Via MatchForce

Opportunities

54

SBCs

Screening

Business Sources

Business

Development

Specialists

(National)

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business assistance team11
Business Assistance Team
  • Opportunities managed: 893
  • Businesses connected: 20,182
  • Contracts awarded: 36
  • Value of contract awards: $26,331,635

As of: December 31, 2005

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matchforce org
MatchForce.org
  • Matches businesses to military opportunities
  • Matches military buyers to NC suppliers
  • Matches primes to NC sub-contractors
  • Matches businesses to NC job seekers
  • Generates workforce skills profile

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matchforce org13
MatchForce.org

INPUTS

PROCESS

OUTPUTS

Opportunities

-Federal Solicitations

-Local Solicitations

-GPC Requirements

Searches

Notify

Businesses

Contracts

Matching

Notify

Buyer

Links

Profiles

(Businesses)

Searches

Opportunities

(Job Vacancies)

Matching

Notify

Business

Jobs

Notify

Individual

Profiles

(Job Skills)

Links

Skills Database

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

business benefits
Business Benefits
  • Easier access to government purchasing
  • Source for partners, subs and suppliers
  • Source for potential employees
  • Support for business-business sales
  • Support for individual-business sales
  • Free advertising

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typical opportunities
Typical Opportunities
  • Anything up to $2,500 purchase
  • Construction – general, roofing, repair, AE
  • Agricultural – planting, landscaping, trails
  • Services – food, cleaning, training
  • Maintenance – aircraft, security systems
  • Manufacturing – textiles, uniforms

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matchforce org17
MatchForce.org
  • Businesses Registered (current): 5,479
  • Individuals Registered (current): 3,695
  • Jobs Posted (current): 327
  • Contracts Posted (current): 6,022
  • Job Opportunity Matches (total): 97,463
  • Contract Matches (total): 9,035,579

As of: December 31, 2005

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strategic initiatives
Strategic Initiatives
  • Construction Initiatives
  • Pre-positioning for future contracts
  • Expand sub-contracting with major primes
  • Support for business recruitment
  • Gap Analysis study implementation

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gap analysis
Gap Analysis
  • Purpose: produce intelligence for economic developers and State agencies
  • Focused on future DoD needs vs. NC capacity
  • Output:
    • Region-specific target lists for business recruitment
    • Strategic recommendations to enhance recruitment
  • Reports: available on www.ncmbc.us

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target industries
Target Industries

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strategic recommendations
Information

Marketing

Entrepreneurship and Research

Infrastructure

Organization

Strategic Recommendations
  • 23 strategic recommendations in 5 areas:
  • Commerce is organizing a comprehensive effort to leverage defense for economic development

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success impact
Success Impact
  • Success will come from expansion of DoD procurement by existing or relocating companies
  • Every $100 million in new DoD contracts for NC means 1,800 new jobs, $70 million in new payroll, $14 million in new state/local tax revenue
  • Growing defense capture from 1% today to 1.5% in 2010 will mean $1.7 billionin new annual DoD contracts, 30,000 more jobs, and about $150 million more in annual state and local tax revenue

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what you need to do now
What You Need to Do NOW!
  • Engage in military business – it’s for you
  • Register on MatchForce.org (e-mail “YES”)
  • Get DUNS number; register on www.ccr.gov
  • Monitor email – log on MatchForce – call for help
  • Encourage State and Congressional support:

NC base business for NC businesses!

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contact information
Contact Information
  • Scott D. Dorney, Executive Director, (910) 323-4824, [email protected]
  • Lydia Joglar, MatchForce Administrator, (910) 323-4587, [email protected]
  • Business Assistance Team members (see “Contact Us” on website: www.ncmbc.us)

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north carolina military business center

North Carolina Military Business Center

A COMPONENT OF THE NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

www matchforce org

www.MatchForce.org

Presented by Lydia E. Joglar

NC Military Business Center

A COMPONENT OF THE NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

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www.MatchForce.org
  • Registration
  • Automatic Matches
  • Posting Jobs
  • Searches
  • Updating Profile
  • Updating Matching Criteria

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

registration
Registration
  • Duns – Data Universal Numbering System from Duns & Bradstreet
    • https://eupdate.dnb.com/requestoptions/ government/ccrreg/
  • CCR – Central Contractor Registration
    • www.ccr.gov
  • Business Keywords

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

keywords
Keywords
  • Bad Keywords
    • Generic
    • Don’t describe product or service
    • Design, windows, installation, service, repair, training, NC, IT, small business, fabric
  • Good Keywords
    • Specific to product or service
    • CNC, Information Technology, Microsoft, design/build, hosiery, General Contractor

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automatic matches
Automatic Matches
  • Based on business keywords
    • Not seen by anyone but you
    • Should be separated by commas
    • Matches to Solicitation Title and Description
  • Based on NAICS code

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posting jobs
Posting Jobs
  • Based on Job Keywords
    • Not seen by anyone but you
    • Should be separated by commas
    • Matches to Individual Keywords
  • Based on Education Level

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

job matches
Job Matches

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matchforce messages
MatchForce Messages

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

websites
Websites
  • www.ccr.gov
  • https://eupdate.dnb.com/requestoptions/government/ccrreg/
  • www.census.gov/naics
  • https://eweb1.sba.gov/naics/dsp_naicssearch2.cfm
  • www.MatchForce.org
  • www.ncmbc.us

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contact information55
Contact Information

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doing business with the government

Doing Business With The Government

Presented by Ann T. Dunnavant

NC Military Business Center

A COMPONENT OF THE NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

agenda
Agenda
  • Answering the Mail
  • Where to Start
  • Meeting Your Target Customer
  • Proposals
  • Many, Many Resources

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answering the mail
Answering the Mail
  • Identify your Product or Service
    • Federal Supply Classification Code (FSC) or
    • Product Service Code (PSC)
    • http://www.dlis.dla.mil/h2
  • Identify your North American Industry Classification Code(s) NAICS
    • http://www.census.gov/naics
  • SBA Size Standards: http:/www.sba.gov/size/indexsize.html
  • DUNS
    • https://eupdate.dnb.com/requestoptions/government/ccreg/
  • CCR
    • http://www.ccr.gov

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where to start
Where to Start
  • Know your product or service
  • Does your company fall under any special SBA classifications???
  • Target the users of your product
  • Build “Action Plan”
  • Join Trade Associations

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meeting your target customer
Meeting Your Target Customer
  • Attend Seminars where your customer might be speaking/attending
  • Meet AND TALK TO the Small Business Advocate for each agency
  • Learn the process – Where is the contracting authority
  • Present your capabilities directly to the activities that buy
  • Arrange marketing visits to agency project and program personnel.
  • Small business fairs that emphasize how to do business with the government and provide information regarding their program activities.
  • Stop and Listen to the Needs and Requirements of your customer

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proposals
Proposals
  • Getting an early lead
    • FOIA (Freedom of Information Act)NO
    • Calling the Contracting Officer or Specialist WHY only if you need information
  • Past Performance
    • Prepare early
    • Talk to your customers
  • Section L Instruction
  • Section M Evaluation
  • Section C Performance Work Statement

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many many resources
Many, Many Resources
  • Community College System
    • Small Business Centers: http://www.ncccs.cc.nc.us/Business_and_Industry/sbcnmainpage.htm
    • NC Military Business Center: http://www.ncmbc.us
    • MatchForce http://www.matchforce.org
  • University System
    • Small Business and Technology Development Center: http://www.sbtdc.org
    • Procurement Technical Assistance Center: http://www.sbtdc.org/offices/index.asp
  • Small Business Administration: http://www.sba.gov
  • Federal Business Opportunities: http://fedbizopps.gov

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what you need to do now63
What You Need to Do NOW!
  • Engage in military business – it’s for you
  • Register on MatchForce.org (e-mail “YES”)
  • Get DUNS number; register on www.ccr.gov
  • Monitor email – log on MatchForce – call for help
  • Encourage State support for NCMBC/defense
  • Encourage Congressional delegation support – NC base business for NC businesses

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

contact information64
Contact Information

A COMPONENT OF NCCCS

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