Do you currently sell to the federal government and government contractors? The US Federal Government is currently offering small businesses the opportunity to sell billions of dollars’ worth of products and services to federal agencies through contract vehicles. Through HUBZone certification and government contracting your small business could be well on its way to earning federal government contracts in a short period of time.
Lomont Molding has been HUBZone certified since 2008. We specialize in American made concrete accessories used in commercial, highway, and precast construction markets; Safety Identification tags and signs utilizing a Patent Pending In-Mold Technology process. We also specialize in Structural Foam Molding, Solid Injection Molding, In-Mold Graphics & Decorating, Insert Molding, and Nitrogen Gas-Assist Molding.
SBA HUBZone Certified companies have three contract vehicles that provide them with an advantage in the federal government process:
A contract vehicle is roughly defined as a method under which a company may pursue and close a sale. Government contract vehicles can include a variety of different aspects and scenarios, some include:
If a small business has established a relationship with a federal entity but does not have a secure government vehicle, the federal entity has several options available to them to ensure that they work with their desired small business. Those options are as follows:
The Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program was enacted into law as part of the Small Business Reauthorization Act of 1997. The program encourages economic development in historically underutilized business zones. The HUBZone program is regulated by the SBA (Small Business Administration). To implement the HUBZone program the SBA does the following:
Contact us today for more information on HUBZone certification and small business government contracting.