NACA’s Annual Federal Contracting Policy & Advocacy Conference provides informative panels and presentations on government-business relationships in the diverse market of Native 8(a) federal contracting, upcoming elections and impacts for Native businesses, federal rules and regulations, and much more.
The NACA Network
NACA is more than an association; it is a sophisticated network of community-owned and individually-owned Native American businesses supporting one another in advocacy and enhancing the economic self-sufficiency of America’s indigenous peoples. Become a NACA Member today and join the NACA Network.
Protecting the rights of Indigenous peoples to create economic development through government contracting, based upon the unique legal and political relationship between Indigenous peoples and the United States.
At NACA, our daily legislative efforts are focused on protecting and enhancing opportunities for Native government contractors and being the voice of Native 8(a) in Washington, D.C. Whether we are on the hill, monitoring policy developments, working with government agencies or forging relationships with new strategic partners – our day-to-day efforts are designed to strengthen the voice of Native Contractors in Washington, D.C.
Through our advocacy work NACA is able to keep membership informed of policy changes that will affect their business in real time. The NACA team, along with a network of legal and business experts, provide analysis and action plans on how to navigate these changes.
Business Development Support
NACA serves as a resource center for Native American Contractors. NACA provides informative trainings, site visits, and webinars for its membership to enhance their success in the federal contracting industry. NACA supports member businesses by providing technical experts and featuring Software as a Service through our corporate partnerships. NACA also works to connect outside businesses and agencies with our membership to further business development opportunities.