Set your Business apart with Certifications for these Government Contracting Programs
Approximately $532 billion in Government contracts awarded to businesses in 2019. What could that mean for your business?
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You may be asking yourself where to begin when it comes to Government contracting, and how your business can compete for the $530+ billion the US Government spends each year on goods and services from the private sector.
There are few places to start that can help to narrow the playing field and create additional revenue streams for your business.
DOES YOUR BUSINESS QUALIFY FOR SOCIOECONOMIC STATUSES?
Speak with a Government Procurement Adviser at Select GCR to see which registrations and certifications your business qualifies for.
Government contracting programs, also known as Small Business Set Asides, are powerful tools to help small businesses compete for and win state and federal contracts. When there are small businesses available to perform the work or provide the products and/or services that the Government is purchasing, those contract opportunities are set aside exclusively for them.
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Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB)
If your business is 51% owned by a woman, this is a program you could greatly benefit from. The goal of this program is to expand the number of industries where WOSB’s are able to compete for business with the federal government, therefore opening up new revenue streams for you and your organization.
Small Disadvantaged Business (8a) Program
If your business is owned and controlled by 51% or more by a socially and economically disadvantaged individual, this certification could be an incredible asset to your company. This program allows small and disadvantaged businesses to compete in the Federal marketplace and offers a broad range of assistance.
Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
If your business is at least 51% owned by a service-disabled veteran, certifying as a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business could open your company up to a generous amount of your industry’s set-asides within this category. This program allows you to gain a competitive stance in the marketplace.
HubZone Business Program
If your business is located within a Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone), you could qualify for this program and gain preferential access to federal contract opportunities. This program is designed to create economic development in distressed areas by allowing businesses like yours to thrive through obtaining Government contracts.
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