BeVera can be contracted through the 8a Business Development program, which allows customers to procure our services on a Sole Source (direct award) basis. BeVera entered the 8a program on Christmas Eve in 2019 and has 9 years of eligibility. Customers who contract with us will receive the benefits of our 9 years' consistent contract performance.
GSA 8a STARS III
BeVera is proud to be a Prime 8(a) STARS III Contract holder. The General Services Administration’s (GSA) 8(a) STARS III Governmentwide Acquisition Contract is a multiple award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) vehicle that provides agencies with flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse pool of 8(a) industry partners. 8(a) STARS III allows for long-term planning of large-scale program requirements while strengthening opportunities for 8(a) small businesses. To learn more, visit the GSA 8(a) STARS III Website at www.gsa.gov/s3. BeVera's Master Contract number is 47QTCB21D0410.
BeVera can be contracted through the SeaPort-e contract vehicle.
Veteran-Owned Small Business (CVE)
BeVera is a CVE-certified veteran-owned small business and is eligible for VOSB set-aside awards.
BeVera is proud to play a role in revitalizing underserved communities through the SBA HUBZone program. Our services can be contracted using the HUBZoneSole Source award process.
GDOT Minority Business Enterprise
BeVera is certified as a Georgia DOT Minority Business Enterprise.
Health Equity Training
8a/HUBZone Joint Venture
In February of 2017, BeVera was accepted into the SBA All Small Business Mentor-Protege program with our mentor, New Directions Technologies, Inc. This 8a and HUBZone Joint Venture gives our customers a tremendous alternative with the value of over 20 years' past performance in federal IT.
Going 8(a) Minority Contractor
BeVera has established a training program to teach minorities, aged 20 to 39 years, about federal government contracting. We offer this training at no cost for eligible trainees. The program aims to impart trainees with the fundamentals of starting and marketing a small business to the federal government, with the goal of leveraging the 8(a) program to accelerate their businesses' growth.