V-PMC services Federal, State, and Local Government Clients across the continental United States of America (USA) (CONUS) and also outside the continental USA (OCONUS). V-PMC has a CAGE Code and can do business directly with Federal Agencies. V-PMC has past performance with FAA, ED, USDA, DOJ, and USAID and prime Government Contracting experience with FAA. V-PMC is interested in working with Federal Agencies where we can provide Enterprise Program Management Office (E-PMO) Support Services. Our target Government clients are Offices of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) or any office managing Information Technology (IT) Projects, Programs or Portfolios. Because V-PMC is an SBA certified 8(a) small business, Federal clients can procure our services directly. V-PMC is also on the FAA’s eFAST, DoD NAVY’s SeaPort NxG, and State of Maryland’s CATS+ contracting vehicles, which allows Federal and State Governments to procure our services using these vehicles.
V-PMC works with Prime Government Contractors to help them meet the requirements of their Government Contract. V-PMC has worked with large, medium, and small Prime Government Contractors in the Washington DC Metro area as their subcontractor and worked alongside them to support their Government clients. V-PMC is willing to be teaming partners and subcontractors to Prime Government Contractors on new and existing Government Contracts. Prime Government Contractors can meet their WOSB, EDWOSB, MBE, WBE, SBE, and DBE goals by using V-PMC as their teaming partner on Federal, State, or Local Government procurement opportunities.
For Government Contracts or procurement opportunities V-PMC plans to prime on, V-PMC seeks sub Government Contractors to assist in meeting contract requirements. V-PMC uses V-FedCon small business partners, existing Government Contracting partners, and other businesses that meet the scope and past performance requirements. One of the benefits of our V-GovCon Program is that Varetta considers past customers first for Government Contracting opportunities before opening the opportunity to other businesses. All sub Government Contractors should have an active CAGE Code in SAM.gov to be considered for subcontracting opportunities.