We are a CVE certified Service-disabled, Veteran-owned Small Business (SDVOSB) who qualifies for three set-aside categories under the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) or the Small Business Administration.
Ask us about being a part of your HUB Subcontracting Plan. In accordance with Texas Gov’t Code §2161.252 and Texas Administrative Code §20.14, each state agency (including institutions of higher education) as defined by §2151.002 that considers entering into a contract with an expected value of $100,000 or more shall, before the agency solicits bids, proposals, offers, or other applicable expressions of interest, determine whether subcontracting opportunities are probable under the contract. We have provided direct support and deliverables to the following agencies:
Our Set-aside Categories:
- Small Business
- Veteran Owned Small Business
- Service Disabled, Veterans-owned Small Business
- VIP Certified Veteran Owned Small Business
- VIP Certified Service-disabled, Veteran-owned Small Business
- Certified Texas State Historically Underutilized Business (HUB)
Sole Source Awards:
Simplified Acquisition Procedures
If the requirement is at or below the simplified acquisition threshold, the KO may set-aside the requirement for consideration among SDVOSBs using simplified acquisition procedures or may award a sole source contract to a SDVOSB. A sole source award is only permissible where there is only one SDVOSB that perform the contract in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations § 19.406 (a)(3).
FedBid.com & Micro-Purchases:
We are regular users of the FedBid.com Reverse-auction tool for Contracting Offices.
A Micro-Purchase is an acquisition of supplies or services, the aggregate of which does not exceed $3,000; $2,000 for construction subject to the Davis-Bacon Act; or, $2,500 for services subject to the Service Contract Act.