Last fiscal year, over 40% of all government contract sales came from small businesses, while less than 3% came from companies located in Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZones). While that may not seem like much, the sales numbers for some specific GSA Schedules can be surprising.
The General Service Administration’s (GSA) Schedule 56 provides a full range of commercial services such as building materials, industrial services and supplies. Although it’s one of the top ten Schedules for HUBZones with the highest sales, the roughly $16 million in Schedule 56 sales for FY 2018 pales in comparison to the over $600 million that HUBZone companies specializing in Information Technology boasted.
Still, companies with Schedule 56 contracts provide much needed services.
The chart below display the sales data for the top ten performing HUBZone companies with Schedule 56 contracts.
Top 10 GSA Schedule 56 HUBZone Sales FY 2019 Q1
|ENFIELD ENTERPRISES, INC.||$2,169,281|
|ALDEN EQUIPMENT, INC.||$1,101,564|
|MOHAWK RESOURCES LTD.||$503,106|
|FEDERAL CONTRACTS CORP||$415,346|
|AGATE STEEL, INC.||$361,905|
|HALLPASS CAPITAL, INC.||$312,542|
|EDL CONSTRUCTION, INC.||$91,315|
|GOLDWINGS SUPPLY SERVICE, INC.||$40,621|
|GLOBAL ACCESS SUPPLY, INC.||$23,582|
|MIAMI CORDAGE COMPANY, INC.||$10,051|
Data obtained from GSA Schedule Sales.
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