NexThreat has received the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) certification from the U.S. Federal Government. This milestone positions the company as a strong contender for federal contracts.
To qualify as an SDVOSB, a company must meet specific requirements laid out by the federal government. At least 51% of the business must be owned, operated, and controlled by one or more service-disabled veterans. Additionally, the company must be small in size according to the Small Business Administration's (SBA) guidelines and have a service-disabled veteran as its highest-ranking officer.
NexThreat's focus on cybersecurity has placed them at the forefront of the industry, addressing threats in an increasingly digital world. With the SDVOSB certification, we now have access to federal set-aside contracts, giving NexThreat the opportunity to compete for and win contracts that may have been out of reach before.
This achievement not only highlights our company's dedication to excellence but also reinforces the value of veteran-owned businesses in the competitive cybersecurity landscape. As a certified SDVOSB, NexThreat is poised to continue our growth and expand our reach in providing cybersecurity solutions to both the government and private sectors.