WELCOME TO SEBAC
The Small Environmental Business Action Coalition acts as a unifying voice on address federal government contracting issues that impact small environmental businesses nationwide.
SEBAC member companies cover the gamut of small businesses: small, disadvantaged, 8(a) and HUBZone certified, Women-owned, Veteran-owned, Service Disabled Veteran-owned, and Native American-owned. All perform some aspect of environmental work – investigations, consulting, design, engineering, remediation, operations and maintenance, and ordnance and explosives work for federal agencies.
A primary goal for SEBAC is to communicate to federal agencies that our members have the capabilities to get the job done efficiently, cost-effectively and in a timely manner, frequently out-performing their large business counterparts. The quality of our members’ work and the recognition they frequently receive from their clients confirm this.
SEBAC membership is open to any small business that is primarily engaged in the environmental industry and has 750 or fewer employees.
SEBAC is here to serve the small business community.
Advocacy in Action – Success! SEBAC weighed in on the procurement strategy proposed by the US Navy NAVFAC SW for the MARAC (Multiple Award Remediation Action Contract). Our request was a simple one – this procurement should be 100% small business. Below is an announcement from the Navy confirming the change from two small business set-asides and one unrestricted to 100% small business set aside.Click here for the announcement. See the link below for SEBAC’s letter to SBA regarding the NAVFAC SW MARAC.
PilieroMazza Blog: SBA Proposes Significant Changes to Its Small Business Regulations
Federal Register: SBA’s Proposed Rule on Small Business Government Contracting – PilieroMazza presentation
Proposed Rule to Amend the FAR Regarding Limitation on Subcontracting – Federal Register Notice
SEBAC Actions on the Extended Procurements/Awards and Subsequent Cancellations Issue Impacting Small Businesses
Letter to Lt. General Semonite
Response from Lt. General Semonite
Meeting with Lt. General Semonite’s staff