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government contracting

The United States government annually spends trillions of dollars on every product and service imaginable. The government requires a portion of the total federal budget ($2.57 trillion in 2006) to be set-aside as an annual spending requirement through contracts with minority-owned small businesses that participate in the 8(a) Business Development Program of the Small Business Administration. 

Any branch of the government is accessible including, but not limited to, the Department of Defense, US Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Interior and the Veterans Administration.

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Through our relationships with the United States government and specific 8(a) organizations, Gray Capital has positioned itself in a way unlike any other private investment firm by facilitating sole-sourced, or no-bid, government contracts for qualified companies. The results are unprecedented: one company who qualified for involvement in this program saw revenues jump from $1 million in 2005 to $350 million in 2006 through government contract work. Companies able to take advantage of this opportunity will greatly benefit from the access to the strong relationships our firm has developed and continues to cultivate.


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