iTopS is a SDVOSB

iTopS, LLC maintains all necessary Federal and State certifications and registrations for purposes of conducting its business. Feel free to verify this on the following databases:

  • The Virginia State Corporation Commission. This is the official database for all businesses doing business within the Commonwealth of Virginia. iTopS LLC is active and in good standing with the Commonwealth of Virginia which may be verified by searching here.

  • Dun and Bradstreet. iTopS' status may be accessed by searching here.

  • System for Award Management (SAM.gov). This is the official U.S. Government system which consolidated the previous systems of the Central Contractor Registration and the Online Representations and Certifications Application. All contractors doing business with the federal government are required to register in Sam.gov. iTopS active registration and business details may be accessed via the entity search here.


iTopS is also a service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB), as recognized by both the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the United States Department of

Veterans’ Affairs (VA):


SBA SDVOSB Status

As it relates to its SDVOSB status with the SBA, iTopS self-certifies its continued eligibility each year by its registration in Sam.gov. iTopS then self-certifies again at the time of placing a bid on non-VA contracts.


VA SDVOSB Status

For set-aside contracts issued by the VA, federal government contractors must undergo a rigorous application and document review process in order to be formally verified as an SDVOSB or VOSB. Upon verification, the business is then eligible to participate in the Veterans First Program and is listed in the VA’s VetBiz registry (the Vendor Information Pages). Access its listing on the the VetBiz registry HERE.

 

AFCEA

Homeland Security Committee Member

As one of AFCEA’s functional standing committees, the Homeland Security Committee’s role is to coordinate and enhance AFCEA’s outreach to the homeland security community; and to cultivate a spirit of partnership among the public and private sector stakeholders that serve it.  The Committee also serves as a forum to develop new ideas regarding challenges and capabilities in the area of homeland security that impact government (federal, state, local, and international), industry, and academia.