Contract Vehicles

Contract Vehicles

8(a) Program

8(a) Program

Federal Contracting Officers award a sole-source 8(a) contract to Blake Willson Group if the government estimate does not exceed $4.5 million.

8(a) Program Benefits:

  • Reduced decision cycle: Award can be days to weeks.
  • Lowered administrative costs by reducing procurement process
  • Best value pricing: agencies negotiate directly with Blake Willson Group to get the best value.
  • Best value services: agencies can evaluate Blake Willson Group’s capabilities before award.
  • Agencies earn credit for promoting small business participation.
  • Contract can be initiated with a high-level statement of work.

Simple Steps to Establish 8(a) Sole Source Contracts. The below steps can be accomplished quickly:

  1. Agency’s interested party develops a statement of work, prepares a government estimate, and obtains the necessary funding.
  2. Agency’s interested party chooses Blake Willson Group to perform the work and submits a procurement request to their agency contracting officer.
  3. Agency contracting officer prepares and submits an “Offering Letter” to the Washington, DC SBA District Office. Once the SBA accepts the contract, the agency can proceed
  4. Blake Willson Group submits a proposal which is then evaluated and negotiated (if necessary) by the agency.
  5. Contract is awarded to Blake Willson Group and work begins.
  6. Contact your local SBA District Office and/or Office of Small Disadvantaged Business Utilization or Agency Small Business Specialist for assistance.


Blake Willson Group, LLC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), as verified by Department of Veterans Affairs which provides a competitive advantage in both sole sourcing and setting aside opportunities:

SDVOSB Set-Asides:

Under FAR 19.1405, federal government Contracting Officers shall consider SDVOSB set-asides when there is a reasonable expectation that

  • (1) Offers will be received from two or more service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns; and
  • (2) Award will be made at a fair market price.

If the contracting officer receives only one acceptable offer from a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern in response to a set-aside, the contracting officer should make an award to that concern. If the contracting officer receives no acceptable offers from service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns, the service-disabled veteran-owned set-aside shall be withdrawn and the requirement, if still valid, set aside for small business concerns, as appropriate.

Sole Source under SDVOSB:

Under FAR Part 19.1406 (a) A contracting officer shall consider a contract award to a SDVOSB concern on a sole source basis (see 6.302-5(b)(6)), before considering small business set-asides (see 19.203 and subpart 19.5) provided none of the exclusions of 19.1404 apply and—

  • (1) The contracting officer does not have a reasonable expectation that offers would be received from two or more service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns;
  • (2) The anticipated award price of the contract, including options, will not exceed- (i) $7 million for a requirement within the NAICS codes for manufacturing; or (ii) $4 million for a requirement within any other NAICS code;
  • (3) The requirement is not currently being performed by an 8(a) participant under the provisions of subpart 19.8 or has been accepted as a requirement by SBA under subpart 19.8;
  • (4) The service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern has been determined to be a responsible contractor with respect to performance; and
  • (5) Award can be made at a fair and reasonable price.
  • (b) The SBA has the right to appeal the contracting officer’s decision not to make a service-disabled veteran-owned small business sole source award.

Joint Venture


ValorTek, LLC is an SBA-approved 8(a) and SDVOSB Joint Venture under the SBA-approved Mentor-Protégé Program. This JV is a partnership with a mission between Blake Willson Group and Spry Methods, where companies joined forces to better serve our federal clients' technology and financial advisory needs.

ValorTek is a prime contractor for the GSA Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resource for Services (STARS) III Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). The Contract Ordering period is effective from July 2, 2021, through July 1, 2026, with one 3-year option. 

Master Contract Number: 47QTCB21D0158

ValorTek DUNS/UEI Number: 117184475

Cage Code: 8DYR7

FedServ Logo

FedServ LLC is an 8(a) and SDVOSB Joint Venture between Blake Willson Group, a licensed CPA firm, and The MIL Corporation. FedServ powers financial transformation so that our federal customers can drive innovation, value, and mission performance.

GSA Schedule

Blake Willson Group holds a five-year U.S. General Service Administration’s (GSA) Professional Services Schedule contract for government services to provide services (under NAICS 541219, 541611, and 54151S) to local, state and federal buyers.

  • Contract Number: 47QRAA18D0063
  • SIN(s): 541219, 541611, and 54151S
  • 54151HACS


  • USDA Financial Management BPA
  • USDA Internal Controls BPA
  • NSF Grant Management
  • USDA IT Management Services BPA
  • VA VECTOR (Veteran Enterprise Contracting for Transformation and Operational Readiness)


Do you have questions about our capabilities?

Contact Us To Get Started
contact us button icon