To obtain information regarding our certification status within Maryland, please visit http://mbe.mdot.state.md.us/directory.
The 8a program allows iFOS® to obtain sole source contracts with Federal agencies for quick set-asides when the normal procurement is just not feasible for immediate servicing. When a suitable procurement (over $150,000) has been identified, the procuring official offers the requirement to the SBA for award under the 8(a) Program. FAR Subpart 19.804-2, lists the exact information that must be contained in the offering letter. The letter must state the applicable NAICS code and size standard for the procurement, and include a copy of the statement of work. For a sole source under the competitive threshold, the proposed procurement can be offered for the 8(a) Program in general, on behalf of our 8(a) firm. Offer letters to procure iFOS’ services should be sent to the following SBA District Office that services our firm.
Baltimore Maryland District
Ms. Sheila Berry, SBA Business Opportunity Specialist
Please send offer letters to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GSA Contract Vehicles provide professional services to federal government agencies using various contractor labor categories to meet specific contract requirements at the appropriate level. If this type of contract is being used, it means that the GSA has reviewed iFOS’ qualifications based on performance, and has determined our market rates are fair and reasonable. The Schedule is currently open for use by Federal, State, and local government agencies.
Depending on your requirements, you may order iFOS professional services as a WOSB set-aside contract. The 8(m) program was developed by the SBA to allow socially and economically disadvantaged firms with expert capabilities equal access to business opportunities. The SBA enters into contracts with federal procuring agencies as the prime contractor, subcontracting the actual performance of the work to 8(m) companies. The 8(m) procurement cycle is significantly faster than any other means of contracting. When using the 8(m) contracting method, a program manager may simply select a firm as a suggested source and request that the procurement be pursued under the 8(m) program. As a reminder, the anticipated award price of the contract currently must not exceed the $4 million threshold.