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AT CERTIFICATION CONSULTANTS WE ARE COMMITTED TO HELPING BUSINESSES TO WIN CONTRACTS WITH CERTIFICATIONS THAT COUNT.

Are you a minority business owner? Are you a woman business enterprise? Maybe you are retired from the armed forces or are a service disabled veteran. As a minority, female or veteran business owner, oftentimes, there are federal, state and local contracts that are set aside just for you. In order to gain access, you have to prove you are a member of one of these socially or economically disadvantaged groups.

Our certification offerings include: Women Business Enterprise (WBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Veteran and Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB/SDVOSB), Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB), Historically Underutilized Business Development Zone (HUBZone), Department of Transportation Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DOT DBE), and of course 8(a). Our company has successfully completed certification for various states and municipalities as well.

As a business owner, you may be too busy with the day to day operations of your business to focus your time and attention on certifications that could, potentially, grow your business. Get your FREE Do-It-Yourself Guide to 8(a) by completing the form at the top of this page and let Certification Consultants, LLC provide you with your "Certified" advantage.






FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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What is 8(a) Certification and how can it benefit my business?

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The SBA created the 8(a) Business Development Program to help small disadvantaged businesses compete in the martketplace. Participants can receive sole source contracts for up to $4MM for consumer goods and $6.5MM for manufacturing.

   
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Am I guaranteed to be awarded 8(a) certification as a minority business enterprise?

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In short, No. Certain individuals are presumed socially disadvantaged but applicants must also prove economic disadvantage. In addition, size standards must be adhered to and the business must demonstrate the potential for success. The SBA makes all final decisions on approval into the program.

   
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Will 8(a) Certification guarantee me federal government contracts?

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Having the certification does not guarantee you will be awarded government contracts. However, federal agencies seeking minority contractors look to the pool of candidates with certifications like 8(a), WOSB, SDVOSB, etc. Certification afford your business Opportunities, not Guarantees.

   
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Why should I pay a company to process my 8(a) Certification when I can do it myself for free?

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The 8(a) Certification process is detailed, time consuming, and laborious. The purpose of our service is to eliminate the burden associated with doing it yourself allowing you time to do what you do best… Make Money. If you'd like to complete the process yourself, simply complete the short form at the top of this page to receive our FREE Do-it-Yourself Guide to 8(a).

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