Offering Prime Contractor Support to Albuquerque, NM and Beyond
We are a Small Disadvantaged Business
Our company is independently owned and operated, not dominant in its field and meets employment and/or sales standards developed by the Small Business Administration (See 13 CFR 121.201). Montech is SBA 8(a) Certified. Our management of daily operations is controlled by one or more such individuals – Native Americans (such as American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts and Native Hawaiians) found to be disadvantaged pursuant to the Small Business Administration.
We are a part of the Woman Owned Small Business Federal Contract Program
The Woman Owned Small Business Federal Contract Program provides equal access to federal contracting opportunities for women-owned small businesses (WOSB) and economically disadvantaged women-owned small businesses (EDWOSBs). The program allows contracting officers to set aside specific federal contracts for WOSBs and EDWOSBs.
Our company complies with the eligibility of WOSB and EDWOSB requirements:
– We are a small business that is 51%+ unconditionally and directly owned and controlled by one or more women who are United States citizens.
– A woman manages the day-to-day operations, and makes the long-term decisions for the business.
– A woman holds the highest officer position in the business and works at the business full-time during normal working hours.
Additional information can also be obtained by visiting the WOSB Federal Contract Program web page at www.sba.gov/wosb.
We are involved in the The DoD Indian Incentive Program
The Department of Defense (DoD) Indian Incentive Program (IIP) is designed to encourage the use of Indian Organizations, Indian-Owned Economic Enterprises, Alaska Native Corporations and Native Hawaiian Small Business Concerns by providing incentive to prime and sub-tier contractors who subcontract with Indian business establishments.
The Indian Incentive Program allows prime and sub-tier contractors to receive a rebate of 5% of the total amount subcontracted to Indian Organizations, Indian-Owned Economic Enterprise and Native Hawaiian Small Business Concerns. Please note DFARS Clause 252.226.7001 must be in the contract in order to participate in the Indian Incentive Program.
We are a part of the Buy Indian Act
US Department of the Interior, Office of Acquisition and Property Management – Indian Affairs (IA)
The memorandum generated on July 19, 2011 is to provide guidance for all procurement and non-procurement personnel to assist in complying with the Buy Indian Act (25 U.S.C) and the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Part 8, Required Sources of Supplies and Services, when purchasing supplies and services.
Although, FAR Part 8 identifies Federal Government required sources for the purchase of supplies and services, Bureau policy (20 BIAM, Section 2) states “that all purchase or contracts be made or entered into with eligible Indian Economic Enterprises to the maximum extent practicable and to contact non-Indian contractors only after it has been determined that there are no eligible Indian Economic Enterprises within the normal competitive area that can fill and are interested in filling the procurement requirement.”Regulators implementing the Act have not been cleared for final publication. Over the years, Indian Affairs has created policy with respect to the use of the Act and that policy is contained within the BIA internal manual, guidance was also created in memorandums dated December 9, 1987, May 5, 1988, and May 8, 1990.
The guidance and sources provided in this memorandum are in compliance with the existing laws and regulations to obtain supplies and services. In determining if a required source meets the Government’s need, Contracting Officers should consider factors such as end-function, delivery date, quantity, shipping point, and cost.