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    2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 23, 2008 4:35 AM by LUCKIEST

    Doing Business with the Federal Government via Set-Asides

    sgc group Newbie
      There are set-aside federal contracts for specific people allowing them easier entry to into the Federal Market. There are Women-Owned, Minority-Owned, HUB-Zone, Veteran Owned and Service Disabled Veteran Owned. The President signed PL 108-183 giving Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses 3% of the federal spending budget.

      Joint Ventures and Teaming agreements with non-(status) companies is generally accepted if done properly. I am looking for companies that want to compete in the federal market but are having a difficult time.
        • Re: Doing Business with the Federal Government via Set-Asides
          majestic515 Newbie
          I am always looking for a federal contract. Would be interested in more information. adc_solutionsinc@yahoo.com
          • Re: Doing Business with the Federal Government via Set-Asides
            LUCKIEST Guide
            SGC, Welcome to this website. Tell us more about yourself and your business.
            How long have you been in business?? Where are you located??
            There must be a listing of Set-Asides. Have you tried google.
            Hope the following helps.

            The purpose of small business set-asides is to award certain
            acquisitions exclusively to small business concerns.
            A “set-aside for
            small business” is the reserving of an acquisition exclusively for
            participation by small business owners . A small business set-aside
            may be open to all small businesses. A small business set-aside of a
            single acquisition
            or a class of acquisitions may be total or partial.

            You will get posting and answers from companies that want to compete in the federal market.
            Good luck, LUCKIEST