Many Verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned and Veteran-Owned small businesses have successfully completely the Verification process. Read these inspirational success stories and hear of the experiences and recommendations shared by real small business owners, like you.
Greenleaf services with assistance from the Delaware Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) obtained a contract to care for a variety of government grounds such as the Wilmington VA Medical Center, Maine's Togus National Cemetery, the Beverly National Cemetery located in New Jersey, and others.
The Steele Group, LLC - is awarded VOSB status. Steele Group is a Veteran-owned management consultancy company based in Indianapolis, IN.
Over the past months, CVE has undergone major changes and implemented significant improvements to its operations in order to assist veterans and become much more veteran friendly. The attached Veterans Affairs CVE White Paper outlines this organizational transformation and many of these changes and improvements to overall results and processing. Please read the White Paper for more details.
American University in Washington, DC recently completed a research study of federal government and selected state or organizational requirements for veteran owned business designated contracts. This study benchmarked the requirements of the VA Center for Verification and Evaluation (CVE) with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and other selected governmental organizations’ documentation required for verification or certification programs.
According to the study report: “CVE’s documentation requirements are well within the norm and reflect the median for similar programs…” Thus, all of the eight federal and state focused organizations benchmarked against CVE requirements are generally very similar, and the American University study concludes that “CVE’s documentation and certification requirements fall within the median of the organizations benchmarked.”
Regarding eligibility for set aside veteran business contracts, the study also concludes that “The potential rewards for certification for these special contract considerations are great; therefore the various individual processes can be expected to evidence an appropriate degree of rigor in order to qualify.” This rigor in the CVE verification process is therefore deemed as necessary in the study results, given the potential rewards for being verified. Learn more »
Eucloud Systems, Inc. is an engineering service and program management company who provides services to U.S. Government agencies. Eucloud Systems’ president, Donald Snelgrove, submitted his Verification application in September 2012 and was verified 90 days later. Learn more »
NOVUStar is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned small business (SDVOSB) that provides training, Professional Business Management and comprehensive Information Technology solutions. President and owner of NOVUStar, Ulises Martinez, began NOVUStar’s Verification process in 2009. Their initial process was completed in 60 days. Learn more »