CRCI is always looking for new opportunities and new team members to partner with. We invite you to review our capabilities and consider CRCI for your strategic contracting team requirements.
CRCI has extensive capabilities to bring to the table as well as Certified Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) status. The chief advantage a VOSB gives a small business is preferential treatment when bidding on Federal Contracts. The VOSB firm gains a 10% cost advantage in bidding on government contracts over non-VOSB competition. These certifications can enable the right partner to qualify for "set aside" contracting opportunities.
SBA VOSB Certification Advantages
Federal Contract Benefits
There are four types of VOSB contract opportunities:
Competitive: Contracts can be set-aside for VOSB competition when the contracting officer has a reasonable expectation that at least two qualified VOSB, small business concerns (SBCs) will submit offers and that the contract will be awarded at a fair market price.
Sole-Source: VOSB contracts can be awarded if the contracting officer determines that: Only one qualified VOSB SBC is responsible to perform the contract, two or more qualified SBCs are not likely to submit offers and the anticipated award price of the proposed contract, including options, will not exceed:--- $5 million for a requirement within the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for manufacturing or--- $3 million for a requirement within all other NAICS codes.
Full and Open: competitive contracts can be awarded with a price evaluation preference. The offer of the small business must not be 10 percent higher than the offer of a non-small business.
Subcontracting: All subcontracting plans for large business Federal contractors must include a SBC subcontracting goal.
Please take a moment and review our capabilities on this site to see if there is an area of interest that could be mutually beneficial.
Contact: Business Development