Contract with DSSP sole source through the SBA 8(a) program.
DSSPs 8(a) certification by the U.S. Small Business Administration expires February 2025.
– SBA 8(a) Certified Case # 307291
– Washington District Office
The benefits of this certification include:
Government purchasers can order goods and services from DSSP on a sole-source basis with a contract ceiling of $4 million.
Federal acquisition policies encourage Federal agencies to award a certain percentage of their contracts to SDBs; over 25 Federal agencies can contract directly with certified 8(a) firms.
8(a) firms can form joint ventures and teams to bid on contracts, enhancing our capability to perform larger prime contracts.
Here are the simple steps to establish an 8(a) Sole Source contract with DSSP:
8(a) Offering Letter to Washington Metropolitan Area District Office
1) E-mail 8(a) Offering Letter to email@example.com
– Include contact person’s name, telephone, E-mail address and Fax
2) Include a Statement of Work (SOW).
Please address the 8 (a) Offering Letter to: Julie Clowes Deputy District Director 8(a) Business Development Washington Metropolitan Area District Office 409 3rd Street, SW Second Floor Washington, DC 20416
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