About Us

Federal Business Council, Inc. (FBC) specializes in producing meetings, conferences, and trade show events for Federal Government Agencies, the Department of Defense, and Intelligence Community throughout the United States. Founded in 1976, FBC is a Women Owned Small Business located in Columbia, MD. FBC is well known for producing on-site, in-agency industry expositions, off-site agency conferences and meetings of all kinds. In fact, FBC has conducted more than 5,000 events for US government agencies.

Featured Events

CMS Industry Day

December 8, 2021
Virtual Event

Join the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Office of Acquisition and Grants Management (OAGM) for the upcoming CMS Industry Day. Virtual exhibit opportunities are available and encouraged for current and potential industry partners. CMS provides direction & technical guidance to plan, develop, manage & evaluate health care financing programs and policies. To this end, CMS needs to procure a wide range of supplies and services to support their programs. Don't miss this popular event!

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Virtual Tech Day with National Institutes of Health (NIH)

December 9, 2021
Virtual Event

The nation's medical research agency - NIH - has a massive campus running cutting edge research and development, supported heavily by advanced technology and innovation. With this comes a unique audience of scientists and personnel with special applications. Reach them virtually at Virtual Tech Day with NIH! All personnel on the NIH campus receive FBC's wide-reaching promotions for this exciting event. Now's the time to show them that your product or service is what they've been missing.

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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