Small Business Program
WESTON is continuously seeking qualified
Small Businesses, HUBZone Small Businesses, Small Disadvantaged Businesses,
Woman-Owned Small Businesses, and Veteran-Owned/Service-Disabled Small
Businesses for subcontracting opportunities on projects involving
regional and national work assignments. These are ID/IQ-type projects;
need assessments will be reviewed upon receipt of contract delivery
orders. Support requirements include but are not limited to the following
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
Environmental Compliance Activities
Environmental Engineering Services
Prior Department of Defense, Environmental Protection Agency, and
other appropriate federal agency experience is desired. Firms must be
fully experienced and qualified to perform work under the aforementioned
disciplines. Additionally, firms will be required to meet bonding, insurance,
health and safety, and other requirements commensurate with specific
Small Business Representations and Certifications
Firms certifying as Small Businesses must meet the criteria set forth by the
Small Business Administration in accordance with 13CFR 121 and the applicable
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) size
standard. Additionally, firms representing themselves as certified HUBZone
and/or Small Disadvantaged Businesses must be SBA-certified, and
either be listed in the SBA's Pro-Net database or provide other evidence
of SBA certification.
Interested in qualifying for future work opportunities? Download and complete either the Subcontractor Qualification Questionnaire or the Supplier Qualification Questionnaire. Return the appropriate form by email or regular mail along with the SF330 (formerly SF254) and other capabilities literature.
Firms providing IT services, please visit our
IT Vendor Information site at ITvendor.WestonSolutions.com.
Subcontractors are reminded that this
is a request for Q&Es
only, not a request for proposals, and is not related to any
specific project opportunities at this time.