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General Services Administration (GSA) Contract

Allows any federal agency to negotiate directly with us. Our qualifications have been evaluated and our services and rates pre-approved by the GSA.

North Wind Resource Consulting, LLC – GSA Contract #GS-10F-111BA: Federal Supply Service Environmental Services

*899-1 Environmental Consulting Services
*899-7 Graphic Information Systems (GIS) Services


North Wind Portage, Inc. – GSA Contract #GS-00F-262CA: Federal Supply Service

*899-1 Environmental Consulting Services
*899-7 Graphic Information Systems (GIS) Services
*899-8 Remediation and Reclamation Service
*874-1 Integrated Consulting Services
*874-6 Acquisition Management Support
*874-7 Integrated Business Program Support Services

Oasis Small Business Contract​

A multiple award, indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract that provides flexible and innovative solutions for complex professional services.

Click here to visit the North Wind Site Services OASIS SB Pool 1 page

Click here to visit the LBYD Federal OASIS SB 8(a) Contract Pool page

SeaPort-Next Generation (NxG) Multiple Award Contract​

A multiple award with the U.S. Navy for acquiring support services in 23 functional areas within engineering and project management services.

Click here to visit the North Wind Site Services SeaPort-NxG page

The ANCs were established in 1971 when the United States Congress passed the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) which settled land and financial claims made by Alaska Natives and provided for the establishment of 13 regional corporations to administer those claims.
Following establishment, Congress gave ANCs unique rights in federal contracting. These rights provide Federal agencies strong incentives to contract with tribal and ANC firms. These incentives include:

  • The SBA is allowed to waive the two-year-in-business rule for tribal and ANC-owned firms. 13 CFR124.112(c)(6)
  • Joint Venture Requirements – A joint venture between an ANC 8(a) and a non-8(a) company can be awarded sole source 8(a) contracts above the competitive threshold [13 CFR 124.506(b)(4)] as long as it meets the requirements of 13 CFR 124.513.
  • Indian Incentive Program Advantages – Indian-owned economic enterprises shall have the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in performing contracts awarded by Federal agencies [FAR 26.102]. In fulfilling this requirement, the Indian Incentive Program allows an incentive payment equal to 5% of the amount paid to a subcontractor in performing the contract. Prime contractors and tier-1 “Management & Operating” contracts can use this program [FAR 26.103].
  • Follow-on Contract Options – North Wind companies can be awarded follow-on contracts for work that was previously performed by non-North Wind 8(a) ANC firms and are otherwise considered ineligible due to subsidiary follow-on restrictions [13 CFR 124.109(c)(3)(ii)].

Through our 8(a) ANC status, North Wind can receive sole source contracts, providing our clients with a streamlined avenue to robust capabilities. Subcontracts awarded to North Wind can also be counted towards a Prime Contractor’s small business goals.

  • 8(a) firms owned by ANCs may receive sole source (direct award) contracts regardless of dollar amount. 13 CFR 124.506(b)
  • Large Award Thresholds – ANC 8(a) companies can be awarded a sole source contract up to $22 million without Justification & Approval [13 CFR 124.506(b)]. For awards larger than $22 million, Agencies follow the Justification & Approval process [NDAA FY 2010 Sec. 811; 48 CFR 6.303].
    • As of March 17, 2020, Department of Defense procurement valued at $100 million or less can be awarded without justification or approval for award. This is in lieu of the $22 million threshold in FAR 6.302-5(b)(4), 6.303-1(b), 6.303-2(d), and 19.808-1(a).
  • Sole-source contracts to ANC 8(a) companies may not be protested, because there is no injured party. 13 CFR 124.517(a)

Direct Award Procedure:

  • North Wind identifies opportunity with Agency
  • Agency prepares scope of work and RFP
  • Agency submits Offering Letter to Business Opportunity Specialist in SBA-Boise District office
  • SBA approves North Wind as an eligible 8(a) concern, accepts offering on behalf of North Wind, and sends an Acceptance Letter to the Agency
  • North Wind prepares a proposal and submits to Agency
  • Agency negotiates with North Wind and awards Contract

Contact Information—SBA Boise District 

Click here to access the Small Business Administration website

Each North Wind company can utilize the experience, personnel, and capabilities of their sister companies through meaningful involvement. Examples of meaningful involvement include direct involvement in project management of the affiliate’s personnel, use of affiliate’s facilities, use of the affiliate’s machines and equipment, or direct involvement of the affiliate’s employees in the contract. These provisions provide North Wind Small Business status while maintaining large business systems and infrastructure.

If you have goods or services you would like to offer to North Wind, please register as a potential North Wind vendor or supplier.