TACG Accepted into the SBA 8(a) Program
DAYTON, Ohio (October 28, 2013) – The Small Business Administration (SBA) has accepted TACG into the 8(a) program. TACG is now a Federally Recognized Tribal 8(a) company. As a Tribal 8(a) TACG is eligible to participate in contracting activities under the special rights defined by Section 450b (e) of title 25 U.S.C. These special contracting privileges help jumpstart Indian and Alaskan Native Village reservation economies. Additionally, federal agencies and federal contractors receive strong incentives to contract with tribal and ANC firms.
TACG’s Tribal 8(a) status will benefit clients by enabling:
- A more efficient and quicker contract turn-around through directed contract awards
- Improved value through more open cost negotiations
- Improved impact with contracts controlled and managed between TACG and the customer
- The building of partnerships to provide the best team to meet diverse requirements
- Organizations to better meet small business contracting goals/mandates
- “We are thrilled to receive our Alaskan Tribal 8(a) designation. It’s exciting to know that our work will directly benefit the tribal members of the Native Village of Eyak through social programs, cultural enrichment, resource protection, and more,” said Brian Chaney, President of TACG.
TACG is a Federally Recognized Alaskan-owned Tribal 8(a) focused on the public sector and aerospace industries. We consistently deliver on large-scale projects because of our broad scope of capabilities, our hand-picked staff of consultants, and our diverse partner network. Yet we still offer a personal touch that only a small business can provide. TACG is committed to helping organizations achieve greater flexibility and efficiency. Combined with our Enterprise Services, Program/Acquisition Support, Engineering Services, Logistics and Supply Chain Services, and Technology Solutions Services, our forward-thinking approach to consulting helps organizations to do more, with less, for less.
For more information about the Native Village of Eyak, visit www.nveyak.com.
For more information about TACG, visit www.etacg.com