DoingBusiness2.0 Presentation: Bell Architects on Government Contracting

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DoingBusiness2.0 Presentation: Bell Architects on Government Contracting

  1. 1. Award-winning Design Firm focused on: Architecture, Urban Infill, Historic Preservation, Adaptive Reuse, Deep Energy Retrofits, LEED Consulting SBA Certified HUBZone Small Business since 1999 HUBZone # 760 DSLBDCertified CBE since 2005 CBE # LSZ6258112013 NAICSCodes: 541310 Building Architectural Design Services 541320 Land Use Design/Planning 541330 Engineering Services 541340 Drafting services 541350 Building Inspection Services 541410 Interior Design Consulting Services 541620 Environmental Consulting 541690 Energy Studies
  2. 2. Award-winning Design Firm focused on: Architecture, Urban Infill, Historic Preservation, Adaptive Reuse, Deep Energy Retrofits, LEED Consulting SBA Certified HUBZone Small Business since 1999 HUBZone # 760 DSLBDCertified CBE since 2005 CBE # LSZ6258112013 NAICSCodes: 541310 Building Architectural Design Services 541320 Land Use Design/Planning 541330 Engineering Services 541340 Drafting services 541350 Building Inspection Services 541410 Interior Design Consulting Services 541620 Environmental Consulting 541690 Energy Studies
  3. 3. CERTIFIED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE WHY BECOME A DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CBE?
  4. 4. CBE BENEFITS + OPPORTUNITIES • DC Government Prime Contracts (targets and preferences) • DC Government Sub Contracts (targets and preferences) • Reduced Competition • Business Networking • Mentor-Protégé Program • Business ConsultingAssistance
  5. 5. CBE RESPONSIBILITIES + CHALLENGES • Ensuring Compliance with Multiple Factors • Compiling Information and Submitting to DSLBD • Meeting SolicitationTargeted Goals for Participation • Finding other Qualified CBEs forTeaming • MaintainingCertification • Complying with First Source Employment Agreements (DOES)
  6. 6. HISTORICALLY UNDERUTILIZED BUSINESS ZONE SMALL BUSINESS WHY BECOME SBA CERTIFIED AS A HUBZONE SMALL BUSINESS?
  7. 7. HUBZONE BENEFITS + OPPORTUNITIES • Helps Encourage Economic Stability and Growth by Location • Federal Government Set-aside Prime Contracts • Federal GovernmentTargets for Sub Contracts • Sources-Sought can Help Limit Competition • Price Preferences
  8. 8. HUBZONE RESPONSIBILITIES + CHALLENGES • Compiling Information and Submitting to SBA • Locating Headquarters in a HUBZone (defined by US CensusTract) • MeetingTargeted HUBZone Employee Percentage (35%) • Finding other Qualified HUBZone Businesses forTeaming • MarketingYour Qualifications FIRST • Responding to Sources Sought

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