Subcontracting Plan Support

Subcontracting Plan Support

The federal government prefers small business participation in federal contracts. If you run an other-than-small-business (OTSB), subcontracting plan support becomes essential for you.

Small Business Subcontracting Rules

For the last 30 years, Federal Government agencies have been promoting the idea that contractors who receive huge projects should subcontract some part of their work to small businesses. The purpose behind this practice is to provide plenty of opportunities for small businesses to grow. For instance, if a large organization receives a contract worth over $750,000 (or $1.5M for construction projects), they should include a Small Business Subcontracting Plan with their proposals.

What Is A Small Business Subcontract Plan?

A small business subcontracting plan is a document setting forth how a contractor will provide SB, SDB, WOSB, VOSB, SDVOSB, and HUBZone SB concerns with the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in the performance of a contract or subcontract. Once accepted by the Government, the subcontracting plan becomes a material part of the contract.

Seek Professional Assistance

We recognize it can be challenging understanding which type of subcontract plan to use and how to prepare a subcontract plan. Allow SBLO2GO to be of your service. Our experienced team is has years of demonstrated experience preparing subcontract plans. Let us prepare your draft subcontract plans for you.

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