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EvereTech has joined the Handshake community. Handshake is a leader in the communities linking business to student interns. Handshake essentially automates a lot of the functions the careers services section within colleges and/or universities by linking students to internships based on their major and/or interest. If you are an organization hiring interns and/or students, you might want to get registered if not already.
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"HUBZone Sole Source - How Buyers Can Use Acquisition Strategy to Access EvereTech for Solutions or Services"
Many federal buyers are not aware Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) organizations have the ability to receive a sole source contract. There are Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clauses that allow federal buyers to utilize the HUBZone program to issue a sole source acquisition vehicle in a similar capacity to the other sole source acquisition strategies throughout the federal market. There are criteria the Contracting Activities must accomplish prior to issuing a sole-source contract (listed below). However, it is the the vendors (HUBZone organizations) responsibility to ensure the customer (buyer) has all the necessary information about company capabilities to make an informed HUBZone sole source decision. EvereTech is an active HUBZone certified organization from the Small Business Administration (SBA). If federal buyers want to access, solutions, etc from EvereTech they can utilize the HUBZone sole source as a vehicle for acquisition. Our capabilities are listed on the About Us Page and What We Do Page.
Source for below information is from: https://www.acquisition.gov/content/191306-hubzone-sole-source-awards.
19.1306 HUBZone sole source awards
Diversifying the customer base is critical to ensure sustainability in an ever changing economy. However, most federal suppliers predominately support the federal market. Conversely, many state, local and county suppliers generally stay within their market area and rarely branch into the federal market. EvereTech previously fell into one of the categories, however, we made an effort and implemented it into a strategy to reach out to state, local and county governments to ensure they are aware about our capabilities. Many supplies and services transfer from agency to agency. My recommendation is for any business no matter what the size to look for other markets to expand into. Below I have included a to-do-list for respective companies looking to expand into either the federal government market and/or the state, local and county market.
Entering the State, Local and County Government Market:
Entering the Federal Government Market: