Bravium Consulting is an SBA certified 8(a), woman-owned, small disadvantaged business providing technology and management consulting through a variety of competitive contract vehicles that make partnering with Bravium simple and straight forward – so we can get to work and get you back on mission faster.
GSA 8(a) STARS II
Learn more about GSA 8(a) STARS II
Period of Performance:
Bravium’s Prime Contractor status under the General Services Administration (GSA) 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services (STARS) II GovernmentWide Acquisitions Contract (GWAC) was awarded June 13,2017.
GSA’s 8(a) STARS II GWAC is a small business set-aside that provides flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse pool of 8(a) industry partners.
- $10 billion program ceiling and a five-year base period with one five-year option
- Access to multiple task order types: fixed price, labor hour, and time and material terms
- Open to all Federal and DoD agencies
- Directed Sole Sourced task orders up to $4M
- Facilitates long-term planning of large-scale program requirements
- Contract type flexibility mitigates risk
- Reduced contract lead-time saves time and money
- Promotes contract compliance and reduces audit risks
- FAR 16.505 Fair Opportunity process supports best value awards
- Timely order award cycles support agency missions
- Enables federal agencies to earn 8(a) small business credits
GSA 8(a) STARS II Functional Areas correspond to four North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) codes. Under Constellation I, Bravium was awarded prime in:
- NAICS 541511—Custom Computer Programming Services (FA 1)
- NAICS 541512—Computer Systems Design Services (FA 2)
- NAICS 541513—Computer Facilities Management Services (FA 3)
- NAICS 541519—Other Computer Related Services (FA 4)
The Small Business Administration’s (SBA) minority business 8(a) program is designed to help small, minority firms compete for government contracts. Bravium and our clients benefit from our SBA 8(a) certification:
- Reduced administrative time and faster contract awards
- Sole-source contracts with no competition requirements up to $4 million task orders
- Technical and resource requirements planning allowed before and during contract preparation
- Less frequent contract protests since protests on contracts under $10 million are prohibited
- Bravium is required to perform 51% of the contract, which allows engagement with other companies if additional capabilities are required under the contract
- Federal contracting officers have 8(a) contract requirements that Bravium can help you meet
GSA IT Schedule 70
Learn more about GSA Schedule IT 70
Period of Performance:
08.12.2015 – 08.11.2020
The General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 offers federal, state, and local agencies a short procurement cycle, while meeting compliance requirements, and getting the best value for innovative technology products, services, and solutions.
Features + Benefits
- An indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ), multiple award schedule, with direct access to more than 5,000 pre-vetted vendors
- Streamlined procurement process helps federal, state, and local government agencies maximize their budget and cut their buying cycle in half, versus the open market process
- GSA Schedule contracts are issued with a five-year base period, with the potential of three five-year options
Bravium is a sub on an industry partner SeaPort-e contract vehicle.
SeaPort-e is an IDIQ multi-year contract providing services to Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, United States Marine Corps, Office of Naval Research, Strategic Systems Program, and Naval Facilities Command.
- Standardized, efficient access to a diverse population of large and small businesses, and their approved team members
- All task orders competitively solicited, awarded, and managed through the SeaPort-e ® platform
- Majority of contract–holders are small businesses
Let’s talk about how Bravium can help you meet your objectives and stay on mission through our contract vehicles
8(a) | through 2021
Period of Performance:
05.14.2012 – 05.13.2021
Bravium received our 8(a) certification from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) on May 14, 2012.
To be certified in the 8(a) program a small business must be 51% owned and controlled by an economically-disadvantaged American citizen. The business must demonstrate potential for business success and good character.
Certified 8(a) organizations must maintain a balance between commercial and government business, and stay on track to accomplish goals and follow requirements. SBA district offices monitor and measure the participant progress with annual reviews, business planning, and systematic evaluations.
A Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) is a small business at least 51% owned by a socially- and economically-disadvantaged individual. SDB status makes a company eligible for specific federal procurement bidding and contracting programs.
Small business set-asides are powerful tools for entrepreneurial development, a primary engine in our economy. Certain opportunities are set-aside exclusively for small business concerns under various designations.
To qualify as a Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) an organization must be a small business, as defined by applicable NAICS code, and at least 51% directly owned and controlled by one or more women who are U.S. citizens
The WOSB Federal Contract Program was implemented to expand the number of industries where WOSB compete for business with the federal government, and allows set-asides for WOSBs in industries where women-owned small businesses are substantially underrepresented.
Participating Economically Disadvantaged WOSBs (EDWOSBs) can compete for federal contracts that are set-aside for EDWOSBs in industries where woman- and economically-disadvantaged-owned small businesses are underrepresented.
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