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TRIBAL 8(a) ADVANTAGE

Benefits of Partnering With a Native American Corporation

As a 100% tribally owned small business of the Forest County Potawatomi Tribe of Wisconsin, U.S. federal government agencies greatly benefit from Advancia Technologies’ enterprise status. As a Small Disadvantaged Business, Advancia Technologies can accept sole source contracts in excess of $4.5 million.

Without any concern regarding solicitation protests, the success of the contract is guaranteed, and the bidding process can be completed quickly and efficiently. This acquisition strategy saves your agency time and money and avoids gaps in operational capacity. It’s all part of how our Native American Corporation (NAC) works to advance your agency’s mission.

 LEVERAGING A TRIBALLY OWNED BUSINESS:

  • NACs are always considered Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDBs)

  • NACs can receive sole source contracts in excess of $4.5M (13CFR124.506(b))

  • Sole source contracts below $22M do not require a J&A per Section 811

  • Awards cannot be protested (13CFR124.517(a))

  • NACs can have direct negotiations with the Government (13CFR124.503(c)(2))

SISTER SUBSIDIARY PERFORMANCE UTILIZATION (GOA RULINGS)

  • Past Performance of a parent or affiliated company can be attributed to the offeror where the proposal demonstrates that the resources of the parent or affiliated company will affect the performance of the offeror.

  • The proposal must demonstrate that the workforce, management, facilities, or other resources of the affiliate may affect contract performance by the offeror including a commitment to make key personnel available for the project.

  • The proposal may also show a commitment by the parent organization to provide sufficient financial resources to the project.

INDIAN INCENTIVE PROGRAM (25 U.S.C. § 1544)

  • 5% payment of the amount subcontracted to tribal firms

  • The Indian Incentive Program, based on Section 504 of the Indian Financing Act of 1974 (25 U.S.C. § 1544), provides for the payment of 5% of the amount subcontracted to Advancia Technologies, a tribally owned organization, when authorized under the terms of the contract.

  • DoD contracts with prime contractors that contain FAR 52.226-1, Utilization of Indian Organizations and Indian-Owned Economic Enterprises, are eligible for these incentive payments so long as the prime contract amount is over $500,000 and involves the expenditure of appropriated funds