Transition America

Announcing NMTCUSA Vendor Governance 

& Contractor Team Arrangements formed  by Minority Technology Companies 

Public/Private Contracting Nationwide

April 25, 2017

9:30am - 11:30am

CIT Building, Herndon, VA

On Tuesday April 25th there was an industry briefing and executive round-table event at the Center for Innovative Technology Briefing Room located in Herndon Virginia. This event brought together a select group of minority technology company executives, government, NGO partners and NMTC leadership to discuss the need for agreement from our members to engage in NMTC research that brings scale to NMTC growth algorithms.  Research was disclosed and there was agreement from multiple GSA Schedule Minority Technology Company owners (all were awarded both a GSA Schedule 70 and SBA 8A contracts) to bring growth to our tech owner members and to the community ecosystems they serve.

Innovation  |  Access  |  Governance  |  Trust

Past Event Location

Center for Innovative Technology Building

Briefing Room
2214 Rock Hill Road, Suite 600

Herndon, VA 20170

The Executive Briefing allowed a select a group active SBA 8A minority tech companies who hold a GSA Schedule 70 an internal view of NMTC's Governing Operating System (CGOS) built from applied researh.  CGOS's Vendor Governance Module algorithm designed is to build trust and capacity in the federal, state, local, commercial and international markets.

An announcement was made regarding our world wide Discover STEM-CTE Conference Series starting in 2018

NMTC Chief of Staff Brenda Cureton (pictured above) shared her responsibilities regarding NMTC's Sr. Fellow program now being rolled out across the nation. NMTC is focused on HBCU/MSI and research universities engaged in tech-transfer.

Event registration requests are now approved and accepted - Link-> AllianceCTA Approved.

Public/Private Partnerships

Regional Minority Teaming Project Now in Formation

New York-Newark, NY-NJ-CT-PA
Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA
Chicago-Naperville, IL-IN-WI
Washington-Baltimore-Arlington, DC-MD-VA-WV-PA
San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, CA

Boston-Worcester-Providence, MA,RI

Dallas-Fort Worth, TX-OK
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Port St. Lucie, FL
Atlanta-Athens-Clarke-Sandy Springs, GA
Detroit-Warren-Ann Arbor, MI
Cleveland-Akron-Canton, OH
Kansas City-Overland Park-Kansas City, MO-KS
Las Vegas-Henderson, NV-AZ
Indianapolis-Carmel-Muncie, IN
San Juan-Carolina, PR
Cincinnati-Wilmington-Maysville, OH-KY-IN
Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC
Virginia Beach-Norfolk, VA-NC
New Orleans-Metairie-Hammond, LA-MS


National Research Focus Areas

Combined Statistical Areas (CSA)

- Building Cohesion in Regional Innovation Ecosystems -
Inclusive Regional Innovation Strategies

-America Unites Cohesion Framework
 Policy Objectives

Building Trusted Networks


National Minority Technology Council

April 25, 2017 - News Briefing

The National Minority Technology Council(NMTC) is developing an open network of place-based and web-based social ecosystems that will provide cohort style memberships based on a selection criterion designed for growth and collaboration.  Karl Cureton, NMTC's Founder & Executive Chairman is quoted, "Wealth creation requires action, governance and risk.  Our opportunity to become a trillion dollar industry requires inclusion and adhesion to a mission towards continuous profit and success."

Minority Technology Companies can be found across the United States of America, doing business around the world. The US census has surveyed and reported that of the over 5.8 million minority businesses in the US 65,000 are both minority owned companies working in a technology related fields and employers. The Council is tracking over 9,000 minority technology companies located in our over 40 Districts nationwide.

Our members are connecting on deals and on community wide issues. We see this effort as one of the critical steps to improve our economy, bring prosperity to our members, and girding up and employing our nation’s disenfranchised workforce. This national network of both owners and employees are natural ambassadors for change and represent one of the best possibility for future economic growth in our country. 

AllianceCTA RoundTable

 A select group of  NMTC Registered and

Pre-Vetted SBA 8A minority technology GSA contract holders attended a round-table discussion to determine the viability of a Schedule Contractor Team Arrangement (CTA)

Click to above to see names of Approved
Minority Technology Companies

Karl Cureton 

National Minority Technology Council

Founder & Executive Chairman

Brenda Cureton

National Minority Technology Council

Chief of Staff | National STEM Director

Lorne Joseph

NMTC Chief Risk Officer
NMTC Senior Fellow &

Managing Director, eGRC.COM

Building Trusted Networks

NMTC Executives in Attendance


NMTC Looking Forward Research:


Inspiring Future Generations

Click to above to see names of Approved
Minority Technology Companies