ADVANCED CONCEPTS ENTERPRISES, Inc.
SERVICES AND CAPABILITIES
Services and Capabilities
Our historical expertise is in command and control -- a process used to coordinate activities among the different military services to affect a successful mission campaign. Within the command and control realm, ACEs offers a wide variety of subject matter experts with more than 20 years of relevant qualifications and related military experience. We have grown in recent years and expanded our expertise to include intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaisance (ISR); logistics support; and explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) instruction / training. Our support includes:
We currently perform these services throughout the United States. Our Quality Management System ensures high standards are met throughout the entire scope of each contract.
•EOD Instruction/ Training
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
ACEs' President and CEO are both US Air Force retirees. We are a VA Center for Veterans Enterprise (CVE) verified Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business. Federal Register Vol. 69, No. 87 dated May 5, 2004 authorizes set asides and sole source procurements for
•Sole Source SDVOSB contracts: Contractor must be responsible, there is not a reasonable expectation that two or more SDVOSB concerns will submit an offer, the anticipated contract price (including options) will not exceed $3 million and award can be made at a fair & reasonable price; or
•Set Aside SDVOSB contracts: There is a reasonable expectation that two or more SDVOSB concerns will submit an offer and can be made at a fair & reasonable price.
Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB)
ACEs' President is a woman, and the company is self-certified as a WOSB with the SBA. Federal Register Vol. 73, No. 191 dated October 1, 2008 authorizes set aside procurements for
•Set Aside WOSB contracts: the requirement is in an industry (designated by SBA) in which WOSBs are underrepresented; there is a reasonable expectation that two or more WOSB concerns will submit an offer; the anticipated contract price will not exceed $3 million; and award can be made at a fair & reasonable price.