The Maryland MBDA Federal Procurement Program had the pleasure of assisting AmerInd navigate the federal market space
AmerInd, a certified SBA 8(a), has been providing turnkey electrical, mechanical and design-build construction services to commercial, institutional and governmental clients since 1957. Their talented in-house team has successfully executed projects in a wide range of facilities across the U.S. They consistently partner with agencies to implement solutions that help them improve infrastructure, obtain efficiencies, and achieve energy goals. AmerInd has the expertise to handle the complex and unique needs of any federal agency. President Jordan L Beard has over twenty years of experience in the field as a third generation of family leadership to work within the electrical wholesale distributorship, specializing in electrical supplies. He directs the management of AmerInd, lending assistance in matters of labor relations, and continually re-evalutating inventory levels to ensure AmerInd maintains its reputation of being the supply house to carry all the hard to find items while balancing holding and capital costs. AmerInd faces unique challenges being new to the federal contracting spaces they are competing in, a small-business with less than 15 employees, and a Native American-owned company that is not tribal. While facing said challenges, AmerInd has proven their expertise by successfully bringing in revenues of $4mil in the past three years and are on target to bring in $8mil of revenue in 2023. The Maryland MBDA Federal Procurement Program had the pleasure of assisting AmerInd navigate the federal market space, through one-on-one consultations and training, securing a $2 BILLION contract with the General Services Administration, for the supply and installation of Electric Vehicle charges for the federal government fleet.
V-Tech Solutions, Inc., Wins 2020 HUBZone Small Business of the Year Award
Washington, DC- On Friday, January 17th, V-Tech Solutions, Inc., won the 2020 HUBZone Small Business of the Year-Urban America award. The award was presented at the HUBZone Contractors National Council Industry Awards Gala held at Morgan State University. The purpose of the gala was to celebrate and raise awareness for the HUBZone program while highlighting the contributions and employment opportunities HUBZone companies bring to under-served communities. The keynote speaker of the night was Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), a strong advocate for the HUBZone program and the small business community.
The 2020 HUBZone Small Business of the Year-Urban America award criteria included:
- Job Creation
- Economic & Social Impact
- Workforce Training & Development
- Community Involvement & Volunteerism
- Innovation & Technological Advancement
HUBZone Council Director, Michelle Burnett, presented the award to V-Tech's President and CEO, Victor P. Holt exclaiming, “What this company has created within under-developed communities is nothing short of amazing!” Michelle spoke highly of Mr. Holt’s work in policy, job creation, community development and service through his company initiatives. Mr. Holt believes in the overall impact of the HUBZone program. “There are no other social-economic set-aside programs that promote job creation constituency, economic empowerment and the overall welfare in this Nation like the HUBZone program. As a District based HUBZone company, V-Tech's social impact is far reaching. In 2019 alone we have created over 60 new jobs in DC, Alabama and Texas.”