About the Native American Contractors Association
The Native American Contractors Association (NACA) was formed in 2003 to promote the common interests of our members – Tribal Enterprise, Native Hawaiian Organizations (NHO), and Alaska Native Corporations (ANC).
NACA promotes the benefits of using Native-owned firms with high-quality products and services in the federal government marketplace and protect the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Native 8(a) program. Guided by an elected Board of Directors, our members deliberate on issues at NACA’s annual meeting and present their tribal and company perspective to reach a shared, actionable consensus. NACA monitors federal economic and business development policy and utilizes our member driven perspective to advocate successfully on their behalf.
The Native American Contractors Association’s mission is to enhance self-determination through preservation and enhancement of government contracting participation based on the unique relationship between Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians and the federal government.
The Native American Contractors Association strives to:
- Preserve and enhance the rights of Native enterprises in federal government contracting;
- Monitor and advocate policies, regulatory actions, and legislative matters to preserve our contracting rights;
- Build strong alliances between NACA members and other minority and non-minority organizations with allied goals;
- Implement a strong public relations strategy; and
- Embrace good value to the government and national interests emphasizing the use of best practice models and sustained ethical practices and policies.
Learn More About NACA
Interested in learning more about NACA? Visit www.nativecontractors.org for more information.
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