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Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business

Participation opportunities for certified service-disabled veteran-owned business enterprises
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business

Overview

EFC is committed to promoting participation opportunities for New York State (“State”) certified service-disabled veteran-owned business enterprises (“SDVOBs”) in the performance of EFC contracts as well as contracts that receive financial assistance through EFC’s various programs.  As such, EFC complies with, and requires all contractors and subcontractors working on EFC contracts as well as projects receiving EFC State financial assistance to comply with, State Executive Law Article 17-B and 9 NYCRR Part 252.  EFC further encourages all contractors and subcontractors working on projects receiving federal financial assistance to utilize SDVOBs on their contracts/subcontracts.

In order to encourage and support certified SDVOBs to play a greater role in the State’s economy by increasing their participation in the State’s contracting opportunities, EFC has established a 6% SDVOB participation goal, and will consider SDVOBs for set-aside and discretionary purchasing opportunities.

For additional information regarding the SDVOB program, see EFC's Terms and Conditions, or the Office of General Services

Additional information regarding EFC’s corporate procurements, including potential procurement opportunities for SDVOBs, can be found under Public Information.

Forms

Use these forms to ensure you are meeting the SDVOB requirements. The following links will take you off EFC's website unless otherwise noted.