Northrop Grumman Strategic Teaming Alliance Roundtable (STAR) – FEBRUARY 9 Lewistown (in person) [2/9/2023]

Please note – the next STAR is not in December. That date was cancelled. The STAR will be February 9th at 8 am MST and will follow a new cadence going forward. Please update your calendars.

Quarterly Strategic Teaming Alliance Roundtables

Shooting star with solid fillSTAR

Hosted by regional PTACs

in alliance with Northrop Grumman Corporation’s

Strategic Deterrent Systems Division, Space Sector

PLEASE JOIN US: February 9th, at 8:00 a.m. (Mountain Standard Time) for the 1Q23 update in STAR Roundtable series designed to assist small businesses navigate and benefit from doing business with the federal government and large federal contractors (often referred to as Primes)! Connect with panelists from a variety of large and small businesses currently successfully performing as both prime and subcontractors. Learn helpful tips to assist you in achieving your government contracting goals.

This is a series of events. New panelists will provide unique information at each roundtable!

What: The Strategic Teaming Alliance Roundtable is a resource for small businesses to learn how to team up and/or bid on government contracts available on or near the missile wing Air Force bases and beyond.

When: 8 am MST, the second month of each quarter on the second Thursday. (This is new cadence for 2023.) Please update your calendars.

Who: Representatives from Northrop Grumman Corporation, (Small Business and Contracting), Bechtel, and others will showcase large federal contractors and small businesses currently doing business with either Northrop or subcontractors. Additionally, we will discuss socioeconomic categories and certifications. Also joining the February Star will be the Director of Business Operations/Small Business Specialist FE Warren AFB.


Each STAR panel is unique and offers new presenters and perspectives
Meet new large and small contractors and learn how to connect
Learn about new opportunities nationally and on or near missile wing Air Force bases – (Cheyenne, FE Warren, Malmstrom and Minot)
Gain insight and information about the importance of registering with the large contractors,, and others to help you get noticed and propel your contracting opportunities.
Find out about free resources to help you on your journey
Register by clicking the link:
There will be Q&A after the meeting to discuss how you can be involved in the project.