Small, mid-tier, and large businesses are being invited to attend a virtual Professional Services Category Roundtable to capture data and input on various issues.  The forums will be held on December 1 and December 2 dependent upon business size.  The schedule is as follows:

  • Small Businesses: Tuesday, December 1 @ 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EST
  • Mid-Tier Businesses: Wednesday, December 2 @ 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EST
  • Large Businesses: Wednesday, December 2 @ 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EST

Each session will be limited to 75 participants, if a business is interested in participating you may email Bounce Quarry (bounce.quarry@gsa.gov) by close of business Monday, November 23, 2020. You must indicate in the email which session you would like to attend.

The qualifications for a business to attend a session are:

SMALL BUSINESS

  • Active in the Management Advisory Services, Technical & Engineering Services, Research & Development or Financial Services subcategories
  • Under small business threshold for all NAICS associated with SAM.gov registration
  • Awarded a task order with the federal government in the last two fiscal years

MID-TIER

  • Actively providing contracted support services in the Management Advisory Services, Technical & Engineering Services, Research & Development or Financial Services subcategories
  • Awarded a task order with the federal government in the last two fiscal years

And at least one of the following:

  • Considered a small business under at least one NAICS code and considered an other than small business under another NAICS code
  • Recently surpassed (in the past three years) the small business socioeconomic limits in a professional services NAICS
  • A member of an industry association for mid-tier companies
  • Less than 5x the revenue of the largest NAICS small business threshold

LARGE BUSINESS

  • Actively providing contracted support services in the Management Advisory Services, Technical & Engineering Services, Research & Development or Financial Services subcategories
  • Awarded a task order with the federal government in the last two fiscal years
  • Not considered a small business under any NAICS codes
  • 5x the revenue of the largest NAICS small business threshold

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