HUBZone Small Business
The SBA’s HUBZone small business contractor program allows Analytica to encourage economic development in historically underutilized business zones, Analytica, as an SBA Certified HUBZone Small Business from 2010 through September 2022. Through our participation in this program, Analytica can receive set aside and sole-source contracts to provide federal agencies with management consulting and IT solutions rapidly, and easily on any of our existing HUBZone contract vehicles. We are also able to form joint ventures or participate in the Mentor-Protégé program to support federal public sector organizations missions for health, financial regulatory oversight, and national security. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the HUBZone Small Business Contractor Program?
The Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) small business contractor program promotes economic development in small businesses located in urban and rural communities throughout the US by providing access to more Federal government contracting opportunities. The program was enacted into law as part of the Small Business Reauthorization Act of 1997 and is operated by the Small Business Administration (SBA). Three percent of all Federal prime contract dollars are targeted to HUBZone-certified businesses. Companies are required to be a small business by SBA standards, be owned and controlled at least 51% by U.S. citizens, located within a HUBZone area, and at least 35% of the company’s employees have to reside in a HUBZone.
Contracting Officer HUBZone Contractor Information?
A contracting officer can determine what type of HUBZone contracting opportunity to conduct.
- Competitive HUBZone Set-Aside Contract: can be awarded if the contracting officer has a reasonable expectation that at least two responsible HUBZone company will submit offers and that the resulting contract can be awarded at a fair market price.
- Sole Source HUBZone Contract: can be awarded if the contracting officer does not have a reasonable expectation that two or more qualified HUBZone company will submit offers, determines that the qualified HUBZone small business is responsible, and determines that the contract can be awarded at a fair price. The government estimate cannot exceed $5.5 million for manufacturing requirements or $3.5 million for all other requirements.
- Full and Open Competition Contract: can be awarded a price evaluation preference for HUBZone firms. The offer of the HUBZone company will be considered lower than the offer of a non-HUBZone/non-small business-providing that the offer of the HUBZone small business is not more than 10 percent higher.
Analytica can support agency requirements for IT services and software as a leading HUBZone small business.
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