HOW TO CONTRACT MIDEGO
MIDEGO is a consulting firm incorporated in the State of Virginia, U.S.A. MIDEGO, Inc. is a minority and woman-owned consulting small business. The US Small Business Administration has certified MIDEGO as a small business and as participant of the 8 (a) small business development program. George Carlisle, our SBA Business Development Specialist, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 202-272-0359. If you represent a federal agency, please contact Mr. Carlisle to arrange for an 8(a) contract.
MIDEGO is also certified as a minority-owned small business (certification No. 749468) registered with the State of Virginia, Department of Minority Business Enterprise.
HOW TO CONTRACT MIDEGO
For USAID Client, MIDEGO is member of a number of Indefinite Quantity Contracts (IQC):
MIDEGO is member of MSH consortium of TASC 3 IQC
MIDEGO is member of the PATH consortium of AIDSTAR IQC
For all other government clients:
MIDEGO is also certified by the US Small Business Administration as an 8(a) small business and participant in the government’s small business development program. As participant in this program, MIDEGO can be contracted as a sole source contractor for procurements of up to 4.5 million. MIDEGO can also participate in 8(a) set aside bids for up 7.5 million. To find out more about the 8(a) program and how to contract MIDEGO, please contact George Carlisle, our SBA Business Development Specialist. Mr. Carlisle can be reached email@example.com or by phone at 202-272-0359.
Here is how government clients can access our services. You need to prepare and send your contracting officer a letter that contains the following information:
A description of the work to be performed
An estimate of the period of performance
The NAICS code that applies to the principal nature of the procurement
The anticipated dollar value of the requirement, including options
Any restrictions or geographic limitations on the requirement
The type of contract to be awarded, such as firm fixed price, cost reimbursable, or time and materials
A statement that prior to the offering no solicitation for the specific acquisition has been issued as a small business set-aside, or as a small disadvantaged business set-aside if applicable, and that no other public communication (such as a solicitation in www.fedbizopps.gov) has been made showing the procuring activity's clear intent to use any of these means of procurement;
Include a brief justification for the nomination of MIDEGO as the candidate for the contracting officer to nominate the award of the sole source 8(a) contract as appropriate.
a. MIDEGO, through its own efforts, has marketed the requirement and caused it to be for the 8(a) small business development program, or whether
b. The acquisition is a follow-on or renewal contract and MIDEGO is the incumbent Contract Execution. The contracting officer at your agency may make direct award of a contract to MIDEGO, the 8(a) SBA participant, but only after the requirement has been offered to and accepted by the SBA.
Your agency’s Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Office may be contacted for additional information and guidance.
For more information, contact Dr. Elvira Beracochea at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-978-3331.