INL is committed to supporting the small business objectives of the U.S. Government and DOE. We recognize that diversity in subcontracting provides a vital link to the local community, strengthens the economy, and represents best business practices.
This commitment is communicated through the goals outlined in the FY22_Small_Business_Subcontracting_Plan.pdf
INL has established separate percentage goals in the following socioeconomic categories:
55% - Small Business 5% - Small Disadvantaged Business 3% - HUBZone Small Business8% - Women-Owned Small Business 3% - Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business30% - Idaho Business Concerns
55% - Small Business
5% - Small Disadvantaged Business
3% - HUBZone Small Business
8% - Women-Owned Small Business
3% - Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business
30% - Idaho Business Concerns
INL also emphasizes use of Idaho-based businesses by establishing the Idaho Business Concerns goal of 30 percent. This includes subcontracting to small and other-than-small businesses in Idaho. The goal of 30 percent is a percentage of the total estimated procurement volume.