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The Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) intermediates suppliers and resources with the minority technology industry. Minority Tech employers bring new talent, and subject matter expertise that impact the bottom line. Through agreements CEBOT connects higher education anchor institutions and community partners and stakeholders to a growing innovation ecosystem rich with trust and purpose.
CEBOT's industry status brings knowledge, capability and the power distinguished through a 501c6 non-stock organization. CEBOT works to mitigate risks and connect company owners to public and private partnerships. CEBOT focuses on both research and solution design to help ensure growth in the ecosystems we serve.
Strategic industry engagement provides a competitive edge.
Join us in this new journey of prosperity as the Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) intermediates opportunity and equity to better serve the minority technology industry, members, stakeholders and communities in need.
Size of the Minority Tech Industry
Building agreements from a predictable research platform builds trust and allows for the necessary concessions required for large contract negotiations.
Council Enterprise Growth Algorithms
CEBOT's's growth algorithms are components of evidence based process improvements that create a more efficient and effective regional ecosystem development.
Minority Technology Companies
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 possibilities for future economic growth in our country
CEBOT brings research innovation and partnership collaboration to both the United States of America and countries around the globe.
Contractor Team Arrangements
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According the the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) 9.6
Contractor Team Arrangement means an arrangement in which-
(1) Two or more companies form a partnership or joint venture to act as a potential prime contractor; or
(2) A potential prime contractor agrees with one or more other companies to have them act as its subcontractors under a specified Government contract or acquisition program.
It is CEBOT's desire to facilitate a friendly environment where contractor team arrangements (CTAs) can be formed between minority technology companies. CEBOT recognizes, as an intermediary, CTAs allow partners complement each other’s unique capabilities; and offer the Government the best combination of performance, cost, and delivery for the system or product being acquired. Contractor team arrangements may be particularly appropriate in complex research and development acquisitions, but may be used in other appropriate acquisitions, including production. The companies involved normally form a contractor team arrangement before submitting an offer. However, they may enter into an arrangement later in the acquisition process, including after contract award.
Federal Procurement Equity
$26 Billion Additional Procurement Dollars
Industry/University Research Can Sustain Multiple Service Awards and Support & Management Capabilities To Connect Minority Communities to Digital Opportunities
CEBOT Federal Advocacy &
Member Procurement Innovation
Discover how the Minority Tech Industry supports the U.S. Federal government's Equity effort to increase small business federal procurement from 11% to 15% by 2025?
CEBOT responded to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Executive Office of the President
The current Executive Order on Equity created an opportunity for federal agencies to focus on potential barriers that underserved communities and individuals may face in taking advantage of agency procurement and contracting opportunities. Subsequently OMB issued a Request for Information on this Executive Order. Below is CEBOT's written response now found on the www.regulations.gov.
$1.2 Trillion Averted from Minority Communities
Federal Response - 5 months after CEBOT's OMB RFI response
MEMORANDUM FOR THE HEADS OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
Advancing Equity in Federal Procurement
Decision to bring together CEBOT's largest Minority Tech Companies
Karl CuretonCEBOT Founder & CEO
10-05-2021 - Past Event
Building a New American Economy
America's Community Collaboration Platform
The ACCP Digital Collaboration Platform was created to unify our nation and build together the critical relationships and infrastructure needed to restore the health and economy of the United States. The broader impact of this research includes new international economic development methodologies.
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There’s no greater economic engine in the world than the hard work and ingenuity of the American people. ACCP brings together industry, government, academia, service providers and community to digitally create a path towards economic mobility and self-sufficiency for targeted participants across United States.
The current version of the ACCP service offering introduces a two year longitudinal research on over 660,000 current HUD housing support recipients located in 50 Public Housing Authority (PHA) jurisdictions across the United States. This "iMembers Portal" pre-launch program registration ends September 13, 2023.
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Regional Workforce & Community Readiness Initiative
America Unites is a program designed to foster hope and economic development in urban and rural communities of need across the U.S. and around the world.
America Unites brings knowledge management, infrastructure and technology innovation through membership memorandum of understandings, smart contracts and community engaged public/private partnerships.
Building on the franchise of our growth algorithms and partnership frameworks, our goal to become a trillion dollar industry has much to do with belief and industry's unique will to succeed.
11 Kansas City
12 Las Vegas
14 Puerto Rico
17 Virginia Beach-Norfolk
18 New Orleans
1 New York-Newark
2 Los Angeles
4 Washington DC
5 San Francisco
6 Dallas-Fort Worth
Vendor Governance - The Power of Performance, Trust and Vendor Management
The CEBOT's Vendor Governance program was created to reduce risk by establish processes that both sharing responsibilities with other team member and provide a trusted supplier network governed by a structured framework.
Vendor Governance, as an internal procurement management system, facilitates teaming relationships between the minority technology industry and our public/private sector trading/research/service delivery partners.
As the investment community seek Opportunity Fund Investment Vehicles formed as a part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the Minority Technology Industry recognizes the vital role they can play to ensure workforce investments are capitalized to be able to earn a return.
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Concerning the Regulatory Flexibility Act and Treasury's Certification
Chairman Cureton's topic warranted his testimony Thursday February 14, 2019 in front of the Internal Revenue Service at the Department of the Treasury. The Minority Technology Industry represents over 65,000 companies of which some 6,000 are estimated to be impacted by the Opportunity Zone proposed ruling (1400Z-2).
Further the impact of the Opportunity Fund proposed ruling on small entities, to include small towns under 50,000 (includes every rural Opportunity Zone) and the efficacy of a Qualified Opportunity Zone Joint Venture Model for long term (2047) investment horizon.
Community Outcome Fund
Qualified Outcome Fund Research Project
The CEBOT Enterprise builds on the following United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals; 4-Quality Education, 8-Good Jobs and Economic Growth, 9-Innovation and Infrastructure, and 17-Partnerships for the Goals.
This frames a community plan of action for people, prosperity and community preparation for a more resilient world economy.
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U.N. Sustainable Development Goals
As a new global industry force we are determined to ensure that all human beings can enjoy prosperous and fulfilling lives and that economic, social and technological progress occurs in harmony with the needs of the individual and the needs of the communities we serve.
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Sustainable Development Goals 2019-2026
DISCOVERING YOUR TRUE POTENTIAL THROUGH FAITH AND WORK
CEBOTSr. Fellow Program
Minority Cyber Inclusion Council
The Minority Cyber Inclusion Council works to bridge the gap between industry, government and education in order to inform the minority community about the growing employment and training opportunities.
Building an Inclusive Cybersecurity Workforce
MCI Council, as a convener for subject matter experts willing to develop networks and systems that amplify resilience and scale, will build sustainable solutions through education, partnerships and research.
Building a Nation of Producers
America's economy converges and grows when industry, government and community partners work together and agree to joint profitable and sustainable economic outcomes.
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