The SDVOSB CVE certification process can be a long and difficult process. When Joe Whitcomb started his law practice, he did it with the intention of helping Veterans and disabled civilians win benefits they had earned either from working in the national economy or serving their country honorably. After speaking with a number of veteran and service disabled veteran small business owners, he realized that many had a great deal of difficulty completing the Veterans’ Administration’s SDVOSB CVE certification process for Veteran Owned and Service Disabled Veteran owned small businesses.
Without this certification, it is impossible for veteran owned and service disabled veteran owned small businesses to bid for government contracts with Veterans Affairs (VA). Completing the process is long, confusing, and unnecessarily time consuming. Fortunately, Joe Whitcomb was able to navigate the system for his own firm, so he is able to help others who are experiencing the same difficulties.
The legal staff at Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC will help with everything from the creating your originating documents (Articles of Incorporation, Operating Agreement, etc.), to reviewing tax returns and compensation packages for compliance issues. It is important to remember that this process is not intuitive. Something as simple as what members are paid or who has first right of refusal can disqualify a firm or business from VA certification for SDVOSB or VOSB. Whitcomb Law, PC will act as your liaison with the VA so you can run your business and begin the process of bidding for government contracts. It is important to get the document submissions correct the first time, so it is best not to go it alone.
If for some reason, your application is challenged or the Veterans’ Administration refuses to renew or cancels your business’s eligibility, Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC will defend your VOSB or SDVOSB status. Please call us at Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC, so we can get started on your SDVOSB CVE certification right away with Denver contract lawyers.