Certified Service Disabled

Alpha Ten is a Certified SDVOSB

On December 16, 2003, the VBA was enacted, Public Law 108-183. Section 308 of that law amended the Small Business Act to establish a procurement program for SBCs owned and controlled by service-disabled veterans. This procurement program provides that contracting officers may award a sole source or set-aside contract to SDVO SBCs, if certain conditions are met. The Veterans Benefits Act of 2003 also provides that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) may verify the eligibility of any SDVO SBC.

The SBA is issuing regulations to implement this procurement program for service-disabled veterans. As discussed below, the SBA has determined that it is necessary to issue the regulations as interim final and effective the same day it is published in the Federal Register. Although the SBA is issuing this rule as interim final with an immediate effective date, the Agency is seeking public comment concerning ways that the SBA can enhance this program for service-disabled veterans.

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On April 2, 2009, Alpha Ten Technologies, Inc. was officially certified by the US Veteran’s Administration as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business.