Veteran Owned Small Business Registration (VETBIZ)

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The Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concern Program (SDVOSBC) requires a business owner to prove ownership and control, as well as establish guidelines for sole source and set-aside procurement opportunities. A business must meet the following specifications to be considered eligible for the SDVOSBC program: Must have a service-connected disability that has been determined by the Department of Veteran Affairs or the Department of Defense

  • Must be considered small under North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code assigned to procurement
  • The Service Disabled Veteran must unconditionally own 51%, control and manage daily operations, and hold the highest officer position in their business

In 1999, the Veterans Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development Act was created. This act has a goal to generate about $15 billion of all prime and subcontracting government contracting dollars for owned and controlled Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses (SDVOB). The SDVOB program provides a number of sole source contract advantages and exclusive awards only made available to contractors accepted into the program.lourdes-veterans-choice-program

The program has created 16 major initiatives in the creation the SDVOB program. These initiatives are as follows:

  • Eliminating Veteran homelessness
  • Enabling 21st century benefits delivery and services
  • Automating GI Bill benefits
  • Creating Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record
  • Improving Veterans’ mental health
  • Building Veterans Relationship Management capability to enable convenient, seamless interactions
  • Designing a Veteran-centric health care model to help Veterans navigate the health care delivery system and receive coordinated care
  • Enhancing the Veteran experience and access to health care
  • Ensuring preparedness to meet emergent national needs
  • Developing capabilities and enabling systems to drive performance and outcomes.
  • Establishing strong US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) management infrastructure and integrated operating model
  • Transforming human capital management
  • Performing research and development to enhance the long-term health and well-being of Veterans
  • Optimizing the utilization of VA’s Capital portfolio by implementing and executing the Strategic Capital Investment Planning (SCIP) process
  • Improving the quality of health care while reducing cost
  • Transforming health care delivery through health informatics

Our VETBIZ (Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Registration) Registration includes the following:

  • Submission of Identity Verification
  • Personal
  • Corporate
  • Licensing Application Filing
  • Employment Verification and Classification
  • Submission of VOSB/SDVOSB IRS Federal Tax Accreditation
  • Copies of past contracts/proposals
  • Payroll Distribution Ledger Summary
  • Income Tax Return Notice
  • Filing and Documenting of the Services & Operating Agreement
  • Legal Structure Agreement Completion

Please complete our enrollment form below if you are interested in starting the VETBIZ registration process for your business.

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