Certification Assistance

dasg can help you become fully registered under the VETS First Verification Program. This program affords verified firms owned and controlled by veterans or service-disabled people an opportunity to compete for federal contracts set aside like those from The Department Of Veteran Affairs (VA)

  • Federal contracting officers may restrict competition and award sole source contracts to VOSB under the Veterans Benefits Act of 2003. By law, the Federal Government must award a percentage of all contracts to VOSB certified businesses (set aside).
  • dasg can assist your company with preparation and submission of documents to become fully certified WOSB, EDWOSB, VOSB, SDVOSB or MOSB.
  • dasg can assist with becoming fully registered under the VETS First Verification Program. This program affords verified firms owned and controlled by Veterans and Service-Disabled Veterans the opportunity to compete for Veterans Administration contract set-asides.

The federal government is required to set aside a percentage of all contracts for veterans. The Veterans Benefits Act allows businesses that have been certified as a VOSB (Veteran-Owned Small Business ), and they can compete with other VOSB companies on these sole-source deals!

  • Connect with the WOSB, EDWOSB, VOSB/SDVOSB and MOSBs
  • Create an alliance for certification
  • Become an industry leader in opportunity for minority-owned businesses
  • Work with a company that helps you comply with government legislation
  • Certify your business as one of these categories to get more federal contracts
  • Get certified and have less hassle while submitting bids/applying for different permits

Stand Out from the Crowd

Even though your company has what it takes to fulfill a government contract, it can be difficult to win the work. dasg will help you understand and highlight your competitive edge so that you can capture your next government contract with ease.

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