JLL's Small Business Subcontracting Policy for Government Contracts
Purpose: To provide maximum practical business opportunities to all categories of small business subcontractors.
Applicability: JLL will apply this policy to all Government contracts.
Policy: Consistent with their qualifications, small businesses shall have the opportunity to participate as subcontractors in federal government contracts awarded to JLL.
Goal: JLL will make every effort to identify well-qualified small, veteran-owned, veteran-owned service disabled, HUBZone, disadvantaged, and women-owned small businesses. JLL’s objective is to award a minimum of 5% of the total contract value to small business subcontractors by the end of each applicable contract.
Types of Services to be Subcontracted: JLL anticipates subcontracting the following services to small businesses based on the federal government’s contracting needs:
Ensuring an Equitable Opportunity to Compete: Under the oversight of our subcontract administrator, JLL will ensure that small business, veteran-owned small business, veteran-owned service-disabled small business, HUBZone small business, small disadvantaged business, and women-owned small business concerns have an equitable opportunity to compete for subcontracts established in support of federal government contracts. Throughout the life of each government contract, JLL will continue to build long-term relationships with small business, veteran-owned small business, veteran-owned service-disabled small business, HUBZone small business, small disadvantaged business and women-owned small business concerns. We will continually seek qualified companies for future subcontracting opportunities.
Small business subcontracting policy and procedures will be implemented by our Small Business Liaison Officer, who reports to a Managing Director in our firm.
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