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TCM Joins Goldman Sachs 10kSB Program

The Critical Mass is proud to announce that we've been accepted into the "Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses" National Cohort 19.

Offered in partnership between Goldman Sachs, Babson College, and the implementing team at ICIC, #GS10KSB Cohort 19 runs from February to May 2023 and culminates with a four-day closing session hosted at Goldman Sachs global HQ in New York City. It includes opportunities for TCM leadership to learn from subject matter experts, partner with other growing small businesses and advisors, and add significant capabilities to our fast-growing team.

We're thrilled about this opportinutity to join others in #GS10KSBCohort19 as we continue building an organization focused on our international clients, partners, and network pf security and capacity building professionals.


The Critical Mass (TCM), LLC is an established Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Woman-Owned (WOSB) based in Alexandria, Virginia. We are an international security Do and Think tank and implement results-focused projects and sustainable security solutions by championing diverse expertise and innovation. TCM is a trusted advisor and partner to sponsors and allies, and a builder of an inclusive global community of security-focused professionals.​

Current service areas include: CBRNE Security & Counterproliferation; Remediation Services; Cybersecurity; Integrated Program Design & Management; Quality Framework; Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning.

  • We support a number of important initiatives with the US Department of State and other international partners. Key recent projects include: Support and training for the Ukrainian scientific community in Ukraine, Poland, and Central Europe; Dual-use goods and border security initiatives in Iraq and Panama; WMD crime scene and evidence investigation in Morocco; Identifying and mitigating Russian public health disinformation in Georgia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan; Countering cyberbullying and strengthening media literacy in Georgia; Aviation security and chemical response initiatives in Kurdistan.


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