The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) Business Development Program was designed to simplify the federal procurement process for certified business participants, such as ITnova. The 8(a) Program was developed to enable federal government Program Managers to save time, effort, and cost in the procurement process and to protect the interests of small businesses.
Overall, this program serves to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation. With projects up to $7 million for certain types of hardware ($4M for software/services), the 8(a) Program allows for direct contracting without a lengthy competitive process. This allows a project to begin in a timely manner. In speeding up the process, time sensitive projects can get started in days instead of months.
Choosing ITnova allows your organization to work directly with a company that is both experienced and efficient in consulting to develop and implement business technology solutions. The benefits of using an 8(a) contract vehicle include:
Below are the steps you can follow to use the SBA 8(a) Program to work with ITnova (as defined in the Code of Federal Regulation, Title 13, Chapter I):
Step 1: Define scope of project (Sec.124.502(a)).
Step 2: Send letter of intent to SBA district officer (Sec. 124.502(b)). The written letter of intent to award procurement to ITnova should be emailed to Austen Colledge, our Business Development Specialist at the SBA via email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 410.962.1805. You may also contact him directly at (410) 244-3321 or his cellphone (410) 292-7182. Address: City Crescent Building, 10 S Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201. Please include the following in the letter:
You can access ITnova solutions on IT Schedule 70. According to GSA, small businesses such as ITnova make up more than half of IT Schedule 70 industry partners. Find ITnova IT Schedule Contract on GSA here. By using the IT Schedule 70 and using ITnova, your agency can meet their socioeconomic goals such as EDWOSB, 8(a), WOSB, SDB. In accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), customers can mandate or indicate a preference for small businesses for their acquisitions.
You can access ITnova solutions using CATS + Master Contract. The objective of this Master Contract, effective April 22, 2013 through April 21, 2028, is to enable State government to procure IT consulting and technical services in a timely and economical manner.
Through CATS+, the State will have a flexible means of obtaining information technology (IT) resources quickly, efficiently, and cost effectively by issuing task orders specific to its needs. You can find ITnova rates and more information here.
The Defense Technical Information Center Information Analysis Center Multiple Award Contracts (DTIC IAC MAC) are large indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts. ITnova, in partnership with ACET, is extremely happy to make this announcement.
The purpose of these three contracts is to leverage the best expertise from industry, other government agencies, and academia to solve the government's toughest scientific and technical problems.
|8(a) SBA certified||Until 2025|
|GSA IT 70 Schedule||GS35F48GA|
|8(m) Program||EDWOSB / WOSB / SDB|
Registered Name: ITnova
Year Incorporated: 2011
State of Incorporation: Delaware
D-N-U-S Number: 9688550140
Cage Number: 6G2Y8
ITnova continues to be our preferred subcontractor for this project because of their unique ability to rapidly recruit and sustain fully qualified professionals from within a variety of supporting categories.
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