VOSB Status entitles Priority Access to Opportunities i.e. (at least 3% of prime contract dollars annually)
Veteran-Owned Small Business a.k.a. VOSB
Sole-source set-aside contracts Most contracts are competitive, but sometimes there are exceptions to this rule. Sole-source contracts are a kind of contract that can be issued without a competitive bidding process. This usually happens in situations where only a single business can fulfill the requirements of a contract. CFR#891.7007
The VA, SDVOSBs, and VOSBs are first and foremost in consideration for contract opportunities.
(at least 3% of prime contract dollars annually)
The Rule of Two requires the VA to set aside procurements for veteran-owned small businesses (VOSBs) or service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSBs) when market research indicates that two or more such entities would submit offers, assuming the award can be made at a fair and reasonable price.
Bertotti, Frank acting as a VOSB Reseller, facilitates the sale of products and services on behalf of the Team or JV partner. Each Federal agency has a directive that dictates what types of set aside contracts have priority status within that agency. Priority is then established within each agency to determine which set aside status gets the most priority and the greatest number of set aside contracts are then assigned to that status.
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