Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concerns (SDVOSBC)

Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Certification

At LIBERTY8a, we guide small businesses through the process of gaining important SDVOSB certifications. If you are a service-disabled veteran, we can stand with you at every step and stage of this game changing certification process.  

SDVOSB Set-Aside Requirements and Exemptions  

It’s important to know the parameters of this program. Set-aside requirements may take effect if:

  1. The anticipated award price of the contract will not exceed $5 million for manufacturing projects or $3 million for other project
  2. There is a reasonable expectation that at least two responsible -certified businesses will submit offers on the contract.
  3. The contract is not exempted from SDV contracting
  4. The award is established at fair market price.

Additional considerations

  • 50 percent of the contract work to be performed by SDVOSB personnel for services contracts (not including construction projects):
  • 50 percent of the cost of manufacturing the supplies may come from SDVOSB personnel
  • 15 percent general construction contract work may come for SDVOSB personnel
  • 25 percent construction by special trade work may come from SDVOSB personnel

SDVOSB Certification Service

LIBERTY8a is in your corner throughout the SDVOSB certification process. We provide pre-application setup and guide you through the submittal of all required documentation. These programs help veterans win business, let us help your business get started. Contact us today!

Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSBC) – $2,000

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    Client Testimonials

    Ravi Vasist - President, EG Management Services, Inc:

    “I highly recommend Lindsay Thompson to obtain an SBA approved 8(a) certification, 8(a) annual report, Mentor-protégé agreement and Joint-Venture agreement. EG Management Services Inc. has been working with Lindsay since 2011. She helped us to get a SBA approved 8(a) certification as well as a SBA approved Mentor-protégé agreement and it felt effortless. EGMS would like to thank Lindsay for her hard work that provided the best results possible.”

    Stephen Rolston - Principal, Rolston Information Systems Assurance, LLC:

    “Working with Lindsay these past few years has been a wonderful experience. She effortlessly walked me through the process to obtain my business’ 8(a) certification and helped me prepare our annual 8(a) report. In both instances she was responsive, well-organized and extremely detail-oriented. I can’t thank her enough for helping my business obtain and maintain our 8(a) certification through the Small Business Administration. I look forward to working with her again in the future to help us fulfill all of our SBA requirements. I trust no one else more than her to get the job done right the first time.”

    Hugh A. House Jr - President, Eagle Engineering & Development Land, Inc:

    “We’ve had the pleasure of working with Lindsay on several projects over the last few years. She is professional, knowledgeable, and thorough and completed everything ahead of schedule. We have recommended her multiple times to other companies and intend to hire her again for all relevant future projects. We appreciate her help and expertise.”

    Founder and CEO, Amivero:

    “I have had the pleasure of working with Lindsay on my firm’s 8a application. Lindsay helped navigate me through the process and made sure we submitted a complete and accurate application to SBA. Although my application required a social disadvantaged narrative, as I am a Caucasian woman business owner, Lindsay helped me to prepare a solid narrative and was able to get my firm 8(a) certified. Thank you to LIBERTY8a for your assistance and guidance through this entire process.”