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  1. SBA’S CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS HALLOT E. WATKINS, JR. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BALTIMORE DISTRICT OFFICE

  2. First Thing To Do • Obtain a Data Universal Number System (DUNS) Number www.dnb.com/us • DUNS Number can be obtained free-of-charge at time of CCR registration

  3. Central Contractor Registration Database (CCR) Keep Current (Update yearly at minimum) www.ccr.gov Dynamic Small Business Search (DSBS, formally Pro Net) Register Your Business

  4. Register Your Business • CCR Seeking Federal Contracts Download CCR Handbook • DSBS Search Engine for Contracting Agencies Marketing Tool for Small Businesses

  5. Small Business Size Standards • Size Standards: Firms must be small based on their primary NAICS Code, including affiliates. • Size is determined by either: • Average 3 years revenues • Number of employees

  6. Small Business Size Standards Manufacturing: Maximum number of employees may range from 500 to 1,500 Wholesaling: Maximum number of employees may range from 100 to 500 Services: Annual sales may not exceed $2.5 to $31million

  7. Small Business Size Standards General Construction: Annual sales may not exceed $31 million Special Trade Construction: Annual sales may not exceed $13 million http://www.sba.gov/services/contractingopportunities/sizestandardstopics/index.html

  8. Know the Federal Contract Certifications • Self-Certifications Small Business – NAICS Codes Woman-owned Business Veteran-owned Business Service Disabled Veteran-owned Business • Formal Certification Programs 8(a) Business Development HUBZone Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)

  9. Formal Certifications • Requires SBA Approval • 8(a) - Socially and economically disadvantaged firms enrolled in a 9-year business development program. • HUBZone - Small businesses located in areas identified as historically underutilized business zones,and with 35% of its employees living in HUBZones. • SDB - Three-year certification for small, socially and economically disadvantaged firms eligible to receive prime and subcontract preferences.

  10. Formal Certifications • 8(a) $10.5 billion (3.33%)* • http://www.sba.gov/8abd/ • HUBZone $6.1 billion (1.94%)* • https://eweb1.sba.gov/hubzone/internet/ • SDB $21.7 billion (6.92%)* • http://www.sba.gov/sdb/ • *Awarded in FY 2005

  11. Self Certifications Small Business $79. 6 billion (25.36%)* Women Owned $10.5 billion (3.34%)* Service Disabled Veteran Owned $1.9 billion (.61%)* *Awarded in FY 2005 *

  12. SBA 8(a) program Applies to all purchases Must be certified by the SBA Non-competitive and competitive program 9-year term - no renewals All 8(a) firms are SDBs Award must be made at fair market price FAR 19.8 SDB program Applies over $100,000 Must be certified by the SBA Competitive program 3-year term with renewals Not all SDBs are in 8(a) program 10% price evaluation credit (limited to select agencies) FAR 19.11 and 19.12 8(a) & SDB

  13. HUBZone Program HUBZone Program • Applies to purchases over $3,000; • Must be certified by SBA - no term limits; • Recertification required every 3 years; • Competitive and sole-source program benefits; • 10% price evaluation preference • Principal office must be in a HUBZone • 35% of employees must live in a HUBZone • FAR 19.13

  14. Veteran’s Program Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business • Applies to purchases over $3,000 • Self Certified on CCR • VA determines Service Disability • No term limits • Competitive and sole-source program benefits • Subcontracting and Prime Contracting goals • FAR 19.14

  15. Know the Rules • Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) www.arnet.gov/far • Subpart 8.4 – Federal Supply Schedules • Part 13 – Simplified Acquisitions • Part 14 – Sealed Bidding • Part 15 – Contracting by Negotiation • Part 19 – Small Business Programs

  16. Finding Prime Contract Opportunities • Research Past Purchases • GSA Federal Procurement Data Center https://www.FPDS.gov • Identify Current Procurement Opportunities • Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) www.fbo.gov

  17. FedBizOpps Identify Opportunities – Follow the Money www.fedbizopps.gov/

  18. Finding Subcontracting Opportunities • Subcontracting Opportunities Directory of Large Prime Contractors www.sba.gov/gc/sbsd.html • SUB-Net http://web.sba.gov/subnet

  19. SUB-Net http://web.sba.gov/subnet/

  20. E-Business Institute Find online business counseling and training at: www.sba.gov/training/index.html

  21. Helpful Web Sites • DOD Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization Office www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu/ • Procurement and Technical Assistance Centers www.sellingtothegovernment.net • Small Business Development Centers www.sba.gov/sdbc/

  22. More Helpful Web Sites • SBA’s Home Page: www.sba.gov • Government Contracting:www.sba.gov/GC Site includes links to all major government contracting programs discussed here plus much, much more.

  23. Thank You Questions?