June 16th, 2020 1:00pm - 2:30pm EST

SMART HBCU

Federal GSA Teaming Partnership Meeting

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The Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) has completed the first Request for Information (RFI) market research discovery process with minority technology companies.  The RFI followed CEBOT's vendor governance process and with a desire to support the HBCU Ecosystem.  


CEBOT has completed research on the development of a regional opportunity fund with the  intention to create multiple opportunity zone business joint ventures investments.   The primary purpose of the joint ventures is to stimulate the economy through governance, infrastructure and innovation and public/private partnerships.


The minority technology companies that participated in the vendor governance interviews self selected into a research cohort and will be invited to participate in a contractor team arrangement that binds the minority technology industry to the HBCU ecosystem.  


The SMART HBCU HUB federal contracting innovation is now in development with Norfolk State University's Cybersecurity Complex.

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Over the last decade, higher education institutions have received over $123 billion in federal contract funding revenue, but less than 1% of that funding has gone to historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and other minority serving institutions (MSIs). The federal government is mandated to give at least 3% to HBCUs, but that goal has not been met.

On Monday, January 13 2020 the U.S. Treasury and General Services Administration’s official signing of the landmark agreement to increase HBCU funding in federal contracting.These federal contracting opportunities will allow HBCUs to be more engaged in a private sector model that will create jobs and spark innovations that will scale across the entire HBCU ecosystem.

Last year, the Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) in partnership with their minority technology company members and Norfolk State University Cybersecurity Complex (NSU Cybersecurity Complex), responded to a Request for Information (RFI) presented by the Office of Management and Budget and the GSA for Technology Based Management (TBM).  It proposes the inclusion of over 100 minority technology companies with a GSA schedule. 


This RFI was accepted by GSA and illuminates the importance of the Treasury Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) as NSU Cybersecurity Complex was included in Treasury's market research based on CEBOT's recommendation.   This Use Case will be part of the May 27th, 2020 and June 11th, 2020 discussions to bring context to federal contracting and introduce how HBCUs and the minority technology industry can work together to build past performance and capabilities to win more federal contracts.

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The CEBOT Cyber Career Workforce Center (www.advancementresearch.org) is focused on the specific cybersecurity work role "All-Source Analysis" in the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.  Developing an applied curriculum, deliver classroom instruction, and provide pathways to relevant career, college degree, and/or certification

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The Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) brings a rich history of advocacy and procurement policy guidance within the federal policy ecosystem.  The $100 Billion Minority Technology Industry is a source of jobs to over 500,000 professionals both in the United States and abroad.  CEBOT  brings applied research & development to growth algorithms that catalyze regional innovation ecosystems, stimulating economic development and uplifting minority business and community.  CEBOT leadership and Senior Fellows bring new capabilities, investment and research capacity to the minority technology industry and to the stakeholders they serve.

65,000 Minority Technology Companies

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Engagement requires value and produces consensus when process is key.  Governance gives rise to planned growth both individually and throughout the ecosystem.

Growth rises when not stifled by moral hazard.   CEBOT algorithms facilitate a deliberate system of principles to guide decisions and achieve rational outcomes.

Innovation liberates possibilities, improves systems and can transform bureaucracies into managed serviced/resource based functions.   

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  2    Los Angeles
  3    Chicago
  4    Washington DC
  5    San Francisco
  6    Dallas-Fort Worth
  7    Miami
  8    Atlanta
  9    Detroit
10    Cleveland


11     Kansas City
12     Las Vegas
13     Indianapolis
14     Puerto Rico
15     Cincinnati
16     Raleigh-Durham
17     Virginia Beach-Norfolk
18     New Orleans
19     Birmingham
20     Boston

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OUTCOME FUND IS A QUALIFIED OPPORTUNITY FUND RESEARCH PROGRAM OFFICE OF THE COUNCIL EXCHANGE BOARD OF TRADE ("COUNCIL.EXCHANGE") , WHICH IS AUTHORIZED AND REGULATED BY IN ACCORDANCE WITH INDUSTRY CUSTOM, THIS SITE OCCASIONALLY USES TERMINOLOGY THAT MAY BE INTERPRETED TO SUGGEST THAT OUR RESEARCH IS ACTUALLY A SINGLE ENTITY. HOWEVER, THERE IS NO SUCH SINGLE ENTITY AND ALL OF THE "ENTITIES, PROGRAMS" THAT COMPRISE OUR DESIGN BASED INDUSTRY RESEARCH ARE IN DEVELOPMENT TO HAVE THEIR OWN SEPARATE LEGAL EXISTENCE.  IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE COMPLEXITY OF THIS FUTURE QUALIFIED OPPORTUNITY FUND AND EFFECTIVELY ORGANIZE, FUTURE RESEARCH WILL MERGE WITH THE COUNCIL.EXCHANGE.

Articles featured on this page are for informational purposes only. This is not an offer to sell nor a solicitation to buy the Council's Opportunity Fund. That can only be done by a confidential Industry Private Placement Memorandum (“PPM”). Future securities offered by the Community Outcome Fund would require more compliance work internal to our organization and once that is completed be directed towards accredited Investors only. 


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