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

NLIT Summit 2019

May 29-30, 2019
Boise, ID

The elite group at NLIT 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 at with a 3-day event at a new venue – the Boise Centre in Boise, ID – and participants from across the DOE complex.

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CMS CyberWorks

June 25, 2019
CMS Headquarters Auditorium

Now is the opportune time to demonstrate your product or service to healthcare leadership at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. You can get face-to-face time with IT professionals at CMS - whose leaders spends 10 minutes with each exhibitor at CMS CyberWorks: Cybersecurity & Privacy Day. Last year, this event had 250+ attendees, all prepared for information exchange with prime contractors and small businesses. Make sure your business is there to talk to them all this June!

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NOAA IT Security Conference

June 26, 2019
Silver Spring, MD

To provide minute-to-minute weather data consistently, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) relies on a secure & resilient global network infrastructure. Their CISO is hosting the NOAA IT Security Conference, which sold out last year and boasted 300 engaged attendees. This year's event includes a cloud migration panel and a vendor meet and greet, where your company can share best practices, create trust through face-to-face contact and build brand awareness.

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9th Annual Peak Cyber Symposium

September 4-5, 2019
Double Tree Hilton Hotel – Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs is one of the nation's leading hubs for cybersecurity, and Peak Cyber is its unique annual conduit for information sharing and collaboration. More than 500 local and national military, DoD, government, contractors and industry professionals attended Peak Cyber last year, with more expected in 2019. Don’t skip this chance to join the cybersecurity conversation in Colorado. Limited speaking and training session opportunities are available. Register now!

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Berkeley Lab - 8th Annual LabTech Symposium

October 23, 2019
Berkeley, CA

LabTech is a free, one-day, multi-track conference created by, and for, lab staff. It focuses on computing and technology for science and operations and appeals to the Lab's scientists, technologists, and support staff. This is the LBL IT Division's flagship outreach and community event for computing and technology for science and operations, and it's the only IT-focused event with industry exhibit opportunities at Berkeley each year.

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CyberMaryland

December 5-6, 2019
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor

CyberMaryland has been the epicenter of information security & innovation since its launch in 2011. It's a timely and informative 2-day conference for Maryland’s increasingly influential cyber community, including a high density of cyber engineers coming from the nation’s top security agencies. That makes this event a not-to-be-missed opportunity for both national and Maryland-based industry partners. Save your seat for this heavily attended annual event now.

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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)