Why Should Your Small Business Pursue a HUBZone Certification?
Aside from the statutory small business spending goal of 23% of all federal contracting dollars, the U.S. government has an additional 3% of their global annual spend set aside goal for HUBZone companies, which represents approximately $35 Billion dollars!
In addition, the HUBZone program is open to all qualified small business owners, who are U.S. Citizens, regardless of their gender, national origin, ethnicity, race, religion, or veteran status.
Certified HUBZone firms qualify for:
- Competitive and sole source contracting opportunities
- A 10% price evaluation preference in full and open contract solicitations
- A 10% price evaluation preference in subcontracting opportunities
Qualifications and Requirements
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) qualifications for HUBZone are the following:
- The applicant firm must be classified a small business by NAICS code, based upon the SBA’s size standards.
- A minimum of 35% of the firm’s employees must reside within a federally designated HUBZone for a minimum of 6 months prior to the application, and be able to establish legal domicile via a government issued acceptable form of identification.
- The company must be headquartered in a HUBZone. The greatest number of employees must also work from that HUBZone location.
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