A SERVICE DISABLED VETERAN OWNED SMALL BUSINESS (SDVOSB)
LARGE BUSINESS SUBCONTRACTING AND SUPPLIER DIVERSITY PROGRAMS
Meeting Your Goals and Program Requirements with our assistance
Large Business Prime Contractors are required to have small business Subcontracting Diversity Plans in place, if the anticipated contract value exceeds $650,000 ($1,500,000 in the case of construction contracts for public facilities). This means that the businesses must have a full written program that meets the requirements including written goals and plans to reach the goals. Large Businesses are subject to Compliance Reviews, (audits) conducted by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), The Defense Contracts Management Agency (DCMA) or any awarding agencies of the United States Government which deem it is necessary to determine the extent that contractor’s are in compliance with the subcontracting requirements.
“The Interlinked Resources Group”, its owner and a selected group of experts can assist your firm in meeting your subcontracting goals and implementing a program. We help organize your Diversity Management Program or Small Business Subcontracting Program to meet established subcontracting plan requirements for government audits.
(Extensive detail can be provided upon request)
1. Development of subcontracting plans, individual and commercial or review and critique the one or ones you have. (Commercial or Individual Subcontracting Plans)
2. Assist with developing and implementing the Policies and Procedures Manual into the corporation
3. When operational, conduct Government formatted audits on the Large Business Diversity Program to insure full compliance
4. Assist in proper reporting each year to the government ESRS.GOV website
5. Assist in goal development and negotiate with government officials regarding goals
6. Perform the small business self-certification collection processes
7. Assist the large business in any small business outreach activities
8. Assist the large business in finding and qualifying the small business subcontractors
9. Qualify the small businesses to the proper diversity categories
10. Become an on-going sources for Diversity Management along with any other government contracting areas of concerns to include Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requirements and continuous updates.
Over the past 20 years the owner, Terry L. Budge of Interlinked Resources LLC, has had extensive experience with the Large Business Subcontracting Programs. He was a Commercial Marketing Representative (CMR) for the U.S. Small Business Administration performing Compliance Reviews on the large businesses with subcontracting plans. He also was a trainer for large businesses. His experience showed there were numerous issues within the businesses that needed to be addressed. These issues were causing non-compliance problems for the large business.
In recent years, the government has increased its requirements and audit procedures to insure that businesses are meeting goals and implementing internal procedures to become compliant. Liquidated Damages, reconsideration of option years on existing contracts where subcontracting plan goals are not being met, and stringent evaluation from a best value format are factors in contract decision making. Meeting goal and diversity requirements are carrying heavier considerations relating to competitors and have become a large factor in contract evaluation. These factors mentioned are only a few which makes the Subcontracting Diversity Program for meeting subcontracting plan requirements ever so important, keeping businesses competitive for future contracts.
DIVERSITY IS HEALTHY FOR OUR ECONOMY
Please call Terry L. Budge at 267-549-4689 or send an e-mail to for Terry@irgroup.net more information.
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