Tag Archives: Small Business

The Skinny on Size Standards

Many new companies seek to work in the Federal market; however, they often lack sufficient understanding of the size standards, which is a critical element to determining a firm’s qualification to bid and win business within with the federal government. The size standard is the largest size a firm can be, based on a 3-year... Read More

An Overview of Socioeconomic Certifications

The government is mandated to set-aside 23% of all federal contracting dollars to small businesses, under which the various socioeconomic certifications fall. These socioeconomic certifications are: Small Business, Women-Owned Small Business, Veteran-Owned/Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, 8(a) Program, and HUBZone. Socioeconomic certifications can provide businesses with a competitive advantage in the federal marketplace and it... Read More