Our team uses a three-step process to certify a company for participation, develop a diagnostic and adjustment plan, and implement the plan.
Phase One is a no-cost certification. We take your history and basic data and prepare a “petition” that is reviewed by the EDA.
Phase Two is the development of an Adjustment Plan (AP), in which we recommend mission-critical projects. In order to do this, we will visit your company and get your ideas and issues out on the table. We then write and submit your “AP” for EDA approval.
Phase Three is the part you’ll be waiting for, when we issue RFPs for your major project(s) to private-sector consultants, who submit quotes for implementing those project(s) in manageable stages. Your SETAAC project manager will take care of the writing, contracting and process paperwork on your behalf – former clients will tell you we make that part easy!
Phase Two and Three are “cost-shared” between your firm and the federal government, like this:
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