Do you work for a small business? During the COVID-19 pandemic, 31% of small businesses in the U.S. reported negative impacts, with many closing their doors. Although some businesses are rebounding in 2021, others continue to struggle.
Integral strives to use the unique expertise and capabilities of subcontractors from small and disadvantaged business enterprises to meet project goals. We strongly believe that supporting small businesses provides access to some of the most innovative scientists and engineers.
Last year, Integral met its goal of subcontracting with small business concerns in 57% of its subcontracts, with 6.6% of those subcontracts going to small disadvantaged businesses.
At Integral, meeting and exceeding the U.S. General Services Administration’s small business goals is a key priority to help small and disadvantaged businesses thrive now and in a post-COVID world.
For more information on how to subcontract with Integral, contact Sandy Browning at email@example.com.