ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILLINOIS, USA, Monday, January 11, 2010: Hill Tech Sales, a leader in Components for Electrical Power Conversion today posted information on meeting contract flow down percentage goals with Transformer supplier for: Small disadvantaged business, Small HUBZone business, and women-owned small business.
Large companies, when awarded a Federal government contract, may need to adopt a similar plan for themselves and their subcontractor, since the subcontracting plan is normally incorporated into awarded contract.
A lot of times it is difficult finding high quality reliable suppliers of transformers / inductors and still meet the flow down plans distinct goals for small, small disadvantaged, small HUBZone, WOB (women-owned small), veteran-owned small, and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses.
We have selected unique companies that meet the high quality standards required by todays large firms for specialty transformers / inductors / CT’s (Current Transformers) / and PT’s, and also allow you to meet your flow down requirements for WOB and small business.
The flow-down process is intended to ensure that all small businesses receive “maximum practicable opportunity” to perform on Government contracts and subcontracts in accordance with public laws, regardless of the subcontracting tier.
Note: the risk is that if a contractor fails to make a good faith effort to achieve the goals in its subcontracting plan, may be found in material breach of the contract and terminated for default.
Small business and WOB also a have advantages in terms of Subcontracting reports that are required by larger firms; Individual Subcontracting Report (ISR) and Summary Subcontracting Report (SSR).
Let us help you meet your small HUBZone, WOB (women-owned small business) flow down requirements.
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Customer Service Manager
Hill Technical Sales
216 West Campus Drive
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Tel: +1- 847-255-4400 ext 12
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