Our goal is to provide our customers with the right solutions all the time!
Earlier this week, EvereTech visited Cannon Air Force Base (AFB) in New Mexico. We enjoyed the time engaging with our employee, learning about their individual background as well as how things are operating on base. We look forward to continued visits and more support to the 27th SOCONS mission objectives.
EvereTech attended the University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA) Procurement Technical Assistant Center (PTAC) at the Norris Conference Center in San Antonio, Texas. The Business Matchmaking event was hosted by the UTSA PTAC and was well represented by local buyers such as the 502d CONS; Air Force Installation Contracting Center; Texas Department of Information Resources; City of San Antonio, Southwest Research Institute, UTSA, Univeristy of Texas at Austin, to name a few.
Business Matchmaking Benefits
Meet a variety of prime contractors and government agencies to raise exposure and increase opportunities for small business clients.
At EvereTech we "SAVE" our customers. We save our customers money, time and stress. Our "SAVE" program is recognized by our customers and is proven to improve efficiency and accomplish mission critical objectives on time. View the below video and share with other prospective customers. We welcome you!
Earlier this week, EvereTech had a great customer visit to the 174th ATK and 224th ADG where we provide mission critical Health Service Administration support. We value the mission and objectives and appreciate the customers appreciation for our quality support.
"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:
EvereTech possesses experience supporting customers missions as a Prime Contractor throughout the continental United States of America. Below is an infograph of where our customers are located.
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As a premier customer to the United States Government, EvereTech will support Leidos as a subcontractor/partner on the ITES 3-S Contract Vehicle. ITES' services scope encompasses nearly all areas of enterprise IT that include cybersecurity, integration, consolidation, telecommunications, supply chain management, operation and maintenance, business process engineering, and education and training.
Program objectives of this MA-IDIQ vehicle are:
• Identify and implement best commercial practices, new technologies, and streamlined approaches that afford the Army and other customers' IT and telecommunications structure the ability to improve their performance and IT business processes (e.g. offering tools, techniques, and practices for migration to a joint enterprise environment, supporting enterprise level services).
• Support and partner with CHESS on the Army's data and reporting requirements through electronic interface and CHESS' IT e-mart.
• Promote the benefits of performance-based contracting by educating the Army users.
• Continuously seek ways to increase customer satisfaction through delivery of best value and superior IT services.
• Assure affordable, best value, best priced IT solutions.
• No fee to use this contract vehicle
• Decentralized Ordering
• Open to Army, DoD and all Federal Agencies
EvereTech is supporting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) providing Data Collection and Research & Development support services as a subcontractor to Theta, LLC. Theta LLC, is a SBA HUBZone certified, African-American Managed, small disadvantaged business (SDB) primarily focused on health, civilian, and selective defense industries with unique collective experience in agile development, DevOps, digital transformation, strategic planning, and data aggregation and analysis services spanning decades.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is responsible for reducing deaths, injuries and economic losses resulting from motor vehicle crashes. The agency investigates safety defects in motor vehicles, sets and enforces fuel economy standards, helps states and local communities reduce the threat of drunk drivers, promotes the use of safety belts, child safety seats and air bags, investigates odometer fraud, establishes and enforces vehicle anti-theft regulations, conducts research on driver behavior and traffic safety, and provides consumer information on motor vehicle safety topics.
In support of this contract, our contractor is providing legislative resource reports and summary charts to NHTSA that will provide accurate information about State law on traffic safety. The reports include producing traffic digest on topic as well as summary charts of State traffic safety laws on emerging issues.