Presentation on theme: "October 2013 Overview of Small Business Programs at the U. S. Department of Justice U.S. Department of Justice Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business."— Presentation transcript:
October 2013 Overview of Small Business Programs at the U. S. Department of Justice U.S. Department of Justice Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization http://www.justice.gov/jmd/osdbu
DOJ’s Organization Although Headquartered in Washington, DC, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has offices across the United States DOJ’s Mission/Priorities: to sustain national security; to investigate and prosecute financial and mortgage fraud; to uphold traditional law enforcement, immigration and litigation-related missions; federal prisons and detention; to assist state, local, and tribal law enforcement;
DOJ’s Major Buying Activities Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) The U. S. Marshals Service (USMS) The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Federal Prison Industries (FPI)/UNICOR The Office of Justice Programs (OJP) The Justice Management Division (JMD)
DOJ - OSDBU Functions Review planned procurements to make sure small businesses have the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in DOJ prime and subcontracts.
OSDBU Functions ( Cont. ) Negotiate DOJ’s small business goals with SBA. Develop and implement small business outreach programs. Educate small businesses on doing business with the Federal government and with DOJ in particular. Provide technical assistance and training to DOJ contracts and program staffs.
OSDBU Functions (Cont.) Review and evaluate the performance of organizational units in meeting small business goals and report to the Deputy Attorney General. Monitor accomplishments and implement corrective actions when goals are not met. Consult regularly with SBA on matters pertaining to small business procurement and DOJ’s Small Business Program.
Annual Procurement Budget -About $5 - $8 Billion per Year -Including $700-$800 Million in Subcontracting
What We Buy Pretty Much Everything, From “A” to “Z”
DOJ’s FY 2012/2013 Small Business Goals CategoryPrime Goals Subcontracting Goals Small 29.0%44.0% 8(a)3%--Included with 5% SDB N/A SDB 5.0% WOSB 5.0% HUBZone 3.0% SDVOSB 3.0%
Small Business Accomplishments During the past three fiscal years, there were instances where DOJ did not meet some of its small business goals. The primary reason is that some of our contracts are very large and are beyond the capability of small businesses. Therefore, OSDBU sees its primary function as reviewing planned procurements and identifying procurements that ARE within the capability of small businesses.
Example of Contracts Beyond the Capability of Small Businesses Bureau of Prisons. Manage and Operate two 4,000 bed Criminal Alien Detention Facilities. Estimated Cost $2 Billion over 10 years ($200 Million per Year)
DOJ’s FY 2012 Small Business Prime Goals/Accomplishments Category Prime Goals FY 2012 Accomplishments Small 29.0%29.82% 8(a) N/A-- Included with 5% SDB 4.33% SDB 5.0%8.63% WOSB 5.0%6.59% HUBZone 3.0%1.00% VOSBN/A4.78% SDVOSB3.0%2.62%
DOJ’s FY 2011 Small Business Subcontracting Goals/Accomplishments Category SubK Goals FY 2011 Accomplishments Small 44.0%39.70% SDB 5.0%6.30% WOSB 5.0%7.40% HUBZone 3.0%1.10% SDVOSB3.0%1.20%
Category Prime Goals FY 2012 Accomplishments as of 1/28/2013 Small 29.0%29.69% 8(a) N/A-- Included with 5% SDB 4.44% SDB 5.0%8.66% WOSB 5.0% 6.55% HUBZone 3.0%1.00% VOSBN/A4.74% SDVOSB3.0%2.58% DOJ’s FY 2012 Small Business Prime Goals/Accomplishments
Category Prime Goals FY 2013 Accomplishments as 10/16/2013 Small 29.0%26.68% 8(a) N/A-- Included with 5% SDB 4.16% SDB 5.0%7.87% WOSB 5.0% 6.21% HUBZone 3.0%0.87% VOSBN/A3.67% SDVOSB3.0%2.09% DOJ’s FY 2013 Small Business Prime Goals/Accomplishments
Tips on Doing Business With DOJ Identifying Requirements 1.Register in the System for Award Management (SAM) and keep your profile current. 2.Make sure you select all appropriate business types (veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran owned, self-certified small disadvantaged business, etc.) 3.Make sure your profile includes all of the NAICS codes where your firm could perform.
Tips on Doing Business With DOJ (continued) 4. For requirements >$150,000, review our Forecast of Contracting Opportunities at: http://www.justice.gov/jmd/osdbuhttp://www.justice.gov/jmd/osdbu 5. For requirements > $25,000, go to: http://www.fbo.gov 6. Patience and persistence pays off.
7. For subcontracting opportunities, please contact us for a listing of our large business prime contractors and their subcontracting POCs. 8. Come to one of our Vendor Outreach Sessions. For registration procedures, go to : http://www.justice.gov/jmd/osdbu/mcform.htm Tips on Doing Business With DOJ (continued)
OSDBU Contact Info Bob Connolly, Director, OSDBU, USDOJ Robert.L.Connolly@usdoj.gov Phone: (202) 616-6596 FAX: (202) 616-1717 Kerrie Jackson, Program Specialist, OSDBU, USDOJ Kerrie.D.Jackson@usdoj.gov Phone: (202) 616-0521 Fax: (202) 616-1717