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Supreme Court Sides with Veteran Contractors.

Supreme Court Sides with Veteran Contractors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supreme Court Sides with Veteran Contractors. What does this mean for you and your company?

Supreme Court Sides with Veteran Contractors. The June 16, 2016 Supreme Court (SCOTUS) ruling on Kingdomware vs. The USA will drive far more contractor teaming with veteran-owned small firms inside the federal market place.

The two massive alterations: 1st, the Division of Veterans Affairs (VA) ought to now give preference to SDVOSBs and VOSBs on purchases made through GSA Schedules. And, second, the VA will have to give preference to veteran-owned business on all its acquisitions, no matter if or not the VA has met its annual veteran contracting goals.

Thoughts on moving forward:

Are you and your company familiar with how to partner up with veteran-owned businesses?

Is your company a nonveteran-owned company that needs to familiarize itself with how to partner up with veteran-owned businesses?

If you need help with the first steps in maximizing this new opportunity; such as identifying and researching potential federal market partners, understanding how the decision affects your company or obtaining legal help for teaming.

As a company with 12 years of providing services to federal agencies both domestically and abroad. Global Options & Solutions has the wherewithal, performance, and knowledge to help facilitate the expansion your company and your marketplace presents. There is no better time to explore federal contracting through the Division of Veterans Affairs as well as the GSA schedule.

 

Please contact Global Options & Solutions or a verified and vetted current GSA schedule listed company or law firm for help with exploring these opportunities.

 

To read the entire decision please click on the below link:

http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/15pdf/14-916_6j37.pdf

 

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