Buford Enterprises

    CAPACITY+CAPABILITY+PAST PERFORMANCE=JOINT VENTURE SUCCESS

    BUFORD ENTERPRISES INTERNATIONAL

     

    BEINTL is verified by the Veteran Administration Center for Veteran Enterprise.

    Buford Enterprises International, LLC (BEINTL) is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) needs fulfillment provider for Contract Officers, Program Managers and Commercial Contractors/Vendors. We identify the needs and concerns of each individual contract with Contractor Team Arrangements via Joint Ventures for any Product or Service.

    Our dynamic business model and product mix allows our team to approach and handle any current NAICS requirement with capacity, both technically and financially to perform bundled contracts.

    Our primary mission is to help Agencies and Contractors meet the minimum 3% socio-economic goals for SDVOSB concerns. BEINTL understands the dynamics of the current Executive Order 13360, Public Laws, FAR's, DFAR's and CFR's which allows BEINTL to be a pioneer in the SDVOSB Joint Venture business model movement.

     

    PROGRAM HISTORY

    Public Law 106-50 - The Veteran's Entrepreneurship and Development Act of 1999

    Public Law 108-183 – The Veterans Benefits Act of 2003

    Presidential Executive Order 13360

    JOINT VENTURES (13 CFR 125.15(b))

    An SDVOSB may JV with one or more other small business concern (SBC). The Service Disabled Veteran (SDV) must manage the venture and an SDVOSB employee must be the project manager.

    SIZE REQUIREMENTS

    Employee-Based NAICS: If the procurement exceeds $10mil, each SBC must be small for the NAICS assigned to the contract. If the procurement is below $10mil (or bundled), the combined number of employees of the SBCs entering into the joint venture must be small for the NAICS assigned to the contract.

    Revenue-Based NAICS: If a procurement Exceeds half the size standard corresponding to the NAICS code assigned to the contract, each SDVOSB must be small for the NAICS assigned to the contract. If the procurement does not exceed half the size standard corresponding to the NAICS code assigned to the contract (or bundled), the combined annual receipts of all the SBCs entering into the joint venture must be small for the NAICS assigned to the contract.

    A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business Value Proposition, that Meets the Needs of Today’s Mission. “Walter Cotton”

     

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