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Federal contract awards in NC by County for the month of September

By Staff Report, posted 4 months ago

The North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC), a business development entity of the North Carolina Community College System, has identified $904.7 million in federal contract awards during the month of September 2023. This is the highest reported federal contract award amount that has been seen throughout the entire year. This spike in federal awards during the month of September is due to it marking the end of the fiscal year.

This list is based on “place of performance” in the designated North Carolina counties. 

Cumberland County was awarded the highest amount out of all the counties. 

Five of the seven counties within the Greater Fayetteville Business Journal’s coverage area were included in the September report:

CUMBERLAND: $333,695,457.06

HARNETT: $3,364,343.00

MOORE: $418,677.41

HOKE: $152,950.66

ROBESON: $7,031,856.80

Bladen and Sampson Counties were not included in the September report due to their not having any awards or contract actions reported on SAM.gov for the month of September. DoD Awards may be delayed by up to 90 days so this could mean there were awards within these counties that have not yet flowed into the SAM.gov database.

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