Although over 40% of all government contract sales come from small businesses, companies that employ people and operate in Historically Underutilized Zones (HUBZones), make up less than 3% of contract sales. While that may seem like a small slice, it’s still taken out of a very large pie.
Schedule 51 V is the GSA’s Hardware Superstore. Companies that are awarded this contract provide a variety of hardware services, supplies, and products.
With over $19 million in overall sales last fiscal year, Schedule 51 V sits on the upper end as one of the more profitable contracts for HUBZone companies. While it still can’t touch the over $600 million in sales for Schedule 70 IT Services, there are few that can.
The chart below displays the top ten performing HUBZone companies in Schedule 51 V sales for the first quarter of fiscal year 2019.
Top 10 Schedule 51 V HUBZone Sales FY 2019 Q1
|FEDERAL CONTRACTS CORP.||$1,623,649|
|BLUE WATER SALES, LLC||$127,659|
|THE TOOLS MAN, INC.||$102,831|
|VSS LOGISTICS LLC||$96,192|
|ROEBUCK PRECISION MACHINE, INC.||$36,950|
|SANTIE’S WHOLESALE OIL COMPANY||$35,463|
|HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO CHESTER INC.||$22,272|
|T & L TOOLING, INC.||$13,056|
Data obtained from GSA Schedule Sales.
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GSA Schedule Sales. FY 2019. Government Contracts. Sales Data. Small Business. HUBZone. GSA. Federal contractors. GovMik. Top Ten HUBZone Sales, FY 2019 Q1. Schedule 51 V.