Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Rev. 8-7-061 VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS Presented by: Florida Procurement Technical Assistance Center Program.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Rev. 8-7-061 VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS Presented by: Florida Procurement Technical Assistance Center Program."— Presentation transcript:

1 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS Presented by: Florida Procurement Technical Assistance Center Program

2 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS Contact PTAC Fort Myers, FL Dan Telep

3 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « Veterans Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development Act of 1999 « Websites:

4 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « PURPOSE Expand existing and establish new assistance programs for veterans who own and operate small business firmsExpand existing and establish new assistance programs for veterans who own and operate small business firms Establish new institutions to provide SB assistance to veteransEstablish new institutions to provide SB assistance to veterans –Support institutions that provide such assistance

5 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « PURPOSE (continued) Provide business counseling and training to any small business concern adversely affected by deployment of units of the Armed Forces in support of military conflictProvide business counseling and training to any small business concern adversely affected by deployment of units of the Armed Forces in support of military conflict Recognize that many veterans and/or reservists have been negatively impacted by numerous military deployments over past 10 yearsRecognize that many veterans and/or reservists have been negatively impacted by numerous military deployments over past 10 years

6 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « Veterans Benefits Act of 2003 PURPOSE Establish a Procurement Program for Small Business Concerns Owned and Controlled by Service Connected Disabled VeteransEstablish a Procurement Program for Small Business Concerns Owned and Controlled by Service Connected Disabled Veterans

7 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « DEFINITIONS – SERVICE CONNECTED DISABLED VETERAN Service connected disabled veteranService connected disabled veteran –The disability was incurred or aggravated, or that death resulted from a disability incurred or aggravated in the line of duty (Title 38, U.S.C.)

8 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « DEFINITION – SERVICE CONNECTED DISABLED VETERAN ( continued ) Small Business Concern owned and controlled by a service disabled veteranSmall Business Concern owned and controlled by a service disabled veteran –51% or more owned, operated and managed by one or more service connected disabled veterans –In the case of a veteran with permanent and severe disability, the daily operations and management are performed by the spouse or permanent caregiver

9 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « DEFINITION – VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS Small Business Concern owned and controlled by a VETERANSmall Business Concern owned and controlled by a VETERAN –51% or more owned, operated and managed by one or more veterans

10 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « PROCESS – Service Connected Disabled Owned Veteran Proof of veteran statusProof of veteran status Currently self certification for GovernmentCurrently self certification for Government Prime Contractors require copy of DD Form 214 and Depart of Veteran Affairs letter establishing disability. No specific % required can be 0%Prime Contractors require copy of DD Form 214 and Depart of Veteran Affairs letter establishing disability. No specific % required can be 0%

11 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « SERVICE CONNECTED DISABLED OWNED VETERAN SET-ASIDE OVER $100,000 Reasonable expectation that at least TWO responsible SDVO SBCs will submit offers; andReasonable expectation that at least TWO responsible SDVO SBCs will submit offers; and Award can be made at a fair market priceAward can be made at a fair market price

12 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « A CO may award a SOLE SOURCE contract to a SCDVO small business if: Determines that none of the SCDVO SBC set- aside exemptions or provisions apply Determines that none of the SCDVO SBC set- aside exemptions or provisions apply Anticipated award price of the contract, including options will not exceed: Anticipated award price of the contract, including options will not exceed: $5.0M for manufacturing requirements$5.0M for manufacturing requirements

13 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « Continued $3.0M for all other requirements$3.0M for all other requirements ScDVO small business is a responsible contractor able to perform the contractScDVO small business is a responsible contractor able to perform the contract Award can be made at a fair and reasonable price.Award can be made at a fair and reasonable price.

14 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « GOALS - SCDVO 3% of government dollars to be awarded to service connected disabled veteran- owned businesses3% of government dollars to be awarded to service connected disabled veteran- owned businesses 3% minimum goal in large Prime subcontracting plan for each contract over $500,0003% minimum goal in large Prime subcontracting plan for each contract over $500,000

15 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « GOALS – Veteran (Continued) Goals not established for veteran owned businessGoals not established for veteran owned business Prime contractors must show % of dollarsPrime contractors must show % of dollars

16 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « ADVANTAGES – Service Connected Disabled Veteran and Veteran-Owned Businesses More opportunities to quote for both government and primesMore opportunities to quote for both government and primes More opportunities to establish relationship with primesMore opportunities to establish relationship with primes

17 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS GETTING STARTED – « Obtain Duns No. for CCR form ( ) « Register on CCR - « Register on ORCA – « Register as veteran owned business –

18 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « Procurement Technical Assistance Center Program Florida locations - locations - National locations - locations -

19 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « Small Business Development Centers « Defense Economic Transition Assistance Centers « Small Business Specialists (also known as Small Business Utilization Specialists) « Internet

20 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « CENTER FOR VETERANS ENTERPRISE (00VE) Mailing Address: Center for Veterans Enterprise (00VE) U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs 810 Vermont Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C Office Location: 1722 I (Eye) Street, N.W., Upper Mezzanine Washington, DC FAX: Phone; Web Portal:

21 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « VETERANS BUSINESS OUTREACH PROGRAM Address - GCCC/SBDC/VBOC Address - GCCC/SBDC/VBOC 2500Minnesota Avenue, Lynn Haven, FL Minnesota Avenue, Lynn Haven, FL Point of Contact – Tony Zacchio Point of Contact – Tony Zacchio Phone: or Phone: or Fax: Fax: Webpage: Webpage: States Covered: Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky

22 Rev VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS « TIPS Review websitesReview websites

23 Rev VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS « TIPS – continued Locate MarketsLocate Marketswww.acq.osd.mil/sadbu Subcontracting Opportunities with DOD Major Prime ContractorsSubcontracting Opportunities with DOD Major Prime Contractors Small Business SpecialistsSmall Business Specialists Find Sources of AssistanceFind Sources of Assistance

24 Rev KEYS TO SUCCESS PTAC\Ppt\WorkshopPres.PP.99\VetOwned 8/2/06.ppt PTAC\Ppt\WorkshopPres.PP.99\VetOwned 8/2/06.ppt

25 Rev THEBEGINNING


Download ppt "Rev. 8-7-061 VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS Presented by: Florida Procurement Technical Assistance Center Program."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google