SDB program aims to improve and stimulate the engagement of small disadvantaged business segment in the market, as well as encourage competition for federal and state contracts. Small disadvantaged businesses are more privileged than large and non-SDB companies in competing for federal government contract procurements.
However, competition among SDBs can be intense, and small businesses soon learn that effective business development, opportunity identification, and competing effectively for these contracts require a large-business attitude.
To self-represent and register your status as SDB, you must meet certain requirements according to SBA’s eligibility criteria for this government contracting program for small businesses:
- The business must be at least 51% unconditionally owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.
- The head operators of the business must be socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.
- The business must meet the SBA size standards
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