GENERAL. North Carolina is home to a strong, robust manufacturing industry accounting for 20.85% of the total output in the state and employing 10.7% of the workforce (source: National Association of Manufacturers). The manufacturing industry in the state ranges from small machine shops to large multinational corporations within several manufacturing sectors.
Top 10 North Carolina Manufacturing Sectors, in Millions of Dollars (Source National Association of Manufacturers)
The North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC) recognizes the importance of the manufacturing industry on the State’s economy and the overall quality of life for North Carolina residents. Therefore, the NCMBC strategically focuses on several of the State’s key manufacturing subsectors to provide assistance and position North Carolina’s companies to compete for and win federal contracts.
Explore this DOD directory that provides point of contact information for DOD prime contractors and their Small Business Liaison Officers (SBLOs). Also listed are the products and services supplied to DOD.http://www.acq.osd.mil/osbp/sb/dod.shtml
The SBA’s SUB-Net is a valuable resource for information on subcontracting opportunities. Solicitations or notices are posted by prime contractors as well as other government, commercial, and educational entities. http://web.sba.gov/subnet
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