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SDVOSB Advantage

A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business - CAGE: 69HY1 | DUNS: 966118676

Congress has shaped a legislative framework providing veterans with a competitive advantage in federal contracting. These advantages include:

• Federal buyers are able to write contracts sole sourced with no competition. Contracts can be up to $5.5 million for manufacturing and $3.5 million for goods and services.
• Reduced administrative time results in faster awards and shorter contracting by days or weeks.
• SDVOSB set aside contracts are preferred by most contracting offices.
• SDVOSB sole source awards significantly reduce contract protests.
SDVOSB Advantage


When prerequisites for a SDVOSB set-aside are not met, contracting officers are advised to follow current law and sole-source the award to a SDVOSB (DA PAM 27-50-422; The Army Lawyer, July 2008).

P.L. 109-461, Veterans Benefits, Healthcare & Information Technology Act of 2006; Effective June 20, 2007 Executive Order 13,360, the SDVOSB Executive Order (October 20, 2004) P.L. 108-183, Veterans Benefits Act of 2003 P.L. 106-50,
Veterans Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development Act of 1999




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SDVOSB Advantage SDVOSB - A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business

   
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