SRR is a certified HUBZone, 8(a) and verified EDWOSB
The Federal Government has enacted various programs to support contracting for small businesses.
The advantages for the contracting office:
It allows for an easier procurement process.
The program engineers receive the exact solutions they called out in the specifications.
The contracting command can maintain their small business procurement goals.
HUBZone is a United States Small Business Administration (SBA) program for small companies that operate and employ people in Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZones).
HUBZone Sole-Source enables agencies to engage in direct buy contracts with certified contractors without the need for Justifications & Approvals (J&A). Therefore, agencies that leverage the HUBZone Sole-Source vehicle enjoy a simplified, shortened acquisition process, while obtaining the best market value for their procurements.
SRR is a SBA certified 8(a) Woman Owned Small Business and can work with Contracting Officers to meet their small business or woman owned small business targets. The Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) Sole Source vehicle enables agencies to engage in direct buy contracts with SRR.
SBA 8(a) Case Number: 3066862
SBA 8(a) Entrance Date: 05/22/2015
SBA 8(a) Exit Date: 05/22/2024
Agency Contracting Officers have the authority to reserve procurement's to achieve the small business goal. Contracting officer may award a sole source or set aside contract or take advantage of the simplified acquisition procedures (FAR Part 13), awarding contracts up to a ceiling of $4 million for goods and services and $7 million for manufacturing.
ESTABLISH AN 8(a) SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT IN 5 SIMPLE STEPS:
The Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) Sole Source vehicle enables agencies to engage in direct buy contracts with certified contractors, streamlining and simplifying the acquisition process for Contracting Officers and federal agencies. SRR International, Inc. SBA 8(a) business development certification is valid through May 2024.
Step 1. The Government Program Manager or interested party develops a statement of work, prepares government estimate, and obtains the necessary funding.
Step 2. Through direct discussions and negotiations with SRR, the Government Program Manager selects SRR to perform the work and submits a procurement request to the agency Contracting Officer.
Step 3. The agency Contracting Officer contacts SRR's SBA Business Development Specialist, Mr. Rabon Lewis (South Florida District) at email@example.com or (305) 536-5521 Ext 119. Ultimately, the Contracting Officer will submit an “Offer Letter” to the SBA for the designated scope of services that SRR will perform.
Step 4. SBA processes the Offer Letter and returns it to the Contracting Officer who submits the Statement of Work and Request for Proposal or Quotation to SRR.
Step 5. SRR submits the proposal which is evaluated and negotiated (if necessary) by the agency and the contract is awarded.
GSA Schedule 70 Information Technology Professional Services (GSA 70) includes resources and facilities management, database planning and design, systems analysis and design, network services, programming, conversion and implementation support, network services project management, data/records management, and other Information Technology services.
The U.S. Navy SeaPort-NxG contract vehicle is a multiple-award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract holds a total value of $5 billion and includes a five-year base period with one five-year option. The contract will allow SRR International Inc. to compete for individual task orders for Naval Sea Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Command, the Office of Naval Research and the U.S. Marine Corps. Each of the individual task orders will require engineering support services and program support services.