Government Contracting

For Federal Contracting Officers and Acquisition Professionals – and Prospective Teaming Partners

The following information is provided for ease in access by government contracting officers and acquisition professionals, as well as prospective teaming partners for government opportunities. Please click here for our current Capabilities Statement.

Corporate Data
DUNS: 806220567
CAGE: 4ULT5
PSCs: B5, R4, R7, U0

Government Contracting Programs

Program Details Comments
Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) Third-party certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and U.S Women’s Chamber of Commerce (USWCC). All required documentation has been uploaded to the SBA’s WOSB document repository.
8(a) Business Development Program Certification #306238

Program entry May 2014 – scheduled program exit May 2023.

Streamlined contracting process allows us to be on the job in as soon as five days with no bid protest risk. See details below.
MBE/DBE/SBE Certification 14-154 since April 2014 by Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)

Also certified by the Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC)

NAICS 541612 and 611430

 

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes

Code Services
541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
541612 Human Resources Consulting Services
541618 Other Management Consulting Services
611430 Professional and Management Development Training

Invoicing and Payment

Pivotal is registered in:

• Invoice Processing Platform (IPP) Smart Government Invoicing
• Wide Area Workflow (WAWF)

Pivotal accepts the government charge card.

Simplified Acquisition of Training Services

Pivotal will prepare the Standard Form (SF) 182 for all training engagements so it can be easily routed for signature.

How to Award a Streamlined 8(a) Sole Source Contract to Pivotal (Certification #306238)

We can be on the job in less than two weeks – sometimes, quicker for urgent requests.

  1. Agency program manager (PM) develops the technical requirements for the project – we are happy to work with you in refining your requirements.
  2. PM contacts his/her Contracting Officer (CO/KO) or Small Business Specialist for assistance in preparing the acquisition package. We are standing by to provide any information you need to expedite the process.
  3. The CO/KO sends an Offering Letter to the SBA at dcofferletters@sba.gov asking the SBA to place the procurement in the 8(a) Business Development Program and to approve awarding it to us as a sole source action.
  4. The SBA has five days to approve the request, during which time they will confirm that we are in good standing within the 8(a) program.
  5. The CO/KO receives approval and finalizes the terms of the contract with us.
  6. The CO/KO prepares a contract award document and sends it to us for signature.
  7. We sign it and return it to the CO/KO the same day we receive it – usually within minutes.
  8. The CO/KO signs the contract and sends it to the SBA.
  9. We start work!

Interested in teaming with Pivotal?

Please contact Katheryn Kim on (301) 220-3110 or email katheryn@pivotalpractices.com to discuss your interest.