PACIFIC SYSTEMS is an 8(a) Certified, Minority Owned Small Business
PACIFIC SYSTEMS, a leading provider of information technology consulting services has been certified by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in the 8(a) Business Development (BD) and Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) Programs. PACIFIC SYSTEMS is 8(a) certified by the U.S. SBA through year 2018. The 8(a) certification enhances our ability to compete in serving the federal government by providing business development assistance and the opportunity to pursue contracts specifically set-aside for 8(a) participants. As an 8(a) certified company, PACIFIC SYSTEMS can be awarded federal government contracts of up to $3.5 million on a sole-source (non-competitive) basis. This extraordinary benefit enables agency initiatives to get rapidly underway by streamlining the contract award process.
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As a result of our 8(a) certification, PACIFIC SYSTEMS is better positioned to help federal agencies “make mission happen.” PACIFIC SYSTEMS creates innovative business solutions to transform government to make it more efficient, transparent, and build a new foundation for the 21st century. PACIFIC SYSTEMS has been recognized by its customers for its ability to repeatedly deliver projects on time and on budget. PACIFIC SYSTEMS has received numerous awards and customer appreciation for their excellence in Service Delivery, Customer Service, and High Quality Work Products. Since 2002, under the leadership of Mr. Remmy Idaewor, PACIFIC SYSTEMS has established numerous teaming and strategic partnerships with leading Federal System Integrators and software vendors namely; IBM, International, CSC, Booz Allen Hamilton, Oracle, Accenture, RUNE2E etc.
We are also able to assist non-8(a) federal contractors in pursuing federal opportunities by enhancing contract teams with our enterprise problem solving, strategic management and business transformation expertise and serving as a partner for access to small business and 8(a) set-aside opportunities.