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How To Get 8(a) Certified with the SBA

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This show is about how to get 8(a) cerified with the SBA. Our guest is Mark Ryan – Mark has experience in all SBA Certifications as well as marketing products and services to the federal government. He has extensive knowledge about 8a, HUBZone, WOSB and SDVOSB Certifications.

The 8a Program is a Small Business Administration program which provides assistance to economically and socially disadvantaged business owners.  It originated out of Section 8(a) of the Small Business Act - hence its name.  It provides participants with access to a variety of business development services, including the opportunity to receive federal contracts on a sole-source or limited competition basis.  The program has been an important one for thousands of minority entrepreneurs. Benefits 10% Cost advantage on competitive bids. $4.0 Million (up to per contract) Sole Source Set-aside contracts for Goods and Services $6.5 Million (up to per contract) Sole Source Set-aside contracts for Manufacturing Past firms that have been aggressive in the 8a program have gone from under $1MM to over $100MM in annual Revenue during their nine years of certification. What are the Eligibility Requirements?
Entrepreneurs seeking to gain entrance into the SBA's 8(a) program must meet a number of criteria in the areas of ownership, management, and likelihood of success.

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