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ABOUT ALLIANCE RESOURCE GROUP
Alliance Resource Group is a premier provider of Business and IT Consulting Services, Staffing & Recruiting with client focus, local and dedicated account team. We strive to be recognized as the Disabled Veteran Owned Business leader that provides the competent resources to achieve business outcomes. Our client relationships are strengthened through our service, integrity and thought leadership.
We employ highly skilled veterans and civilians to meet our client business objectives where trust, relationships, integrity & teamwork are the foundations of our service delivery to our strategic partners.
To be the uncontested global leader in support services, designing, deploying, optimizing and managing scalable information and communications business, technology and processes to enable our customers to achieve high levels of performance, efficiency, innovation and value with exceptional customer satisfaction.
The United States Government sets aside contract benefits for companies certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Executive Order 13360 was designed to strengthen federal contracting opportunities for SDVO firms. The current VETS contract is for the period from 2 February 2007 through 1 February 2012 with a five-year option. This program has a ceiling of $5 billion. While this money is set aside by the Office of Federal Procurement it is up to the government agencies to provide the contracts, mainly the United States Department of Defense (DoD).
In the year 1989 California established the Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) program. The DVBE program sets a 3% minimum goal for DVBE participation in state contracts for goods and services, and requires eligible DVBEs to obtain capabilities certification by the State’s Department of General Services prior to program participation.