Environmental Monitoring & Technologies, Inc.
A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
EMT is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) environmental laboratory. We provide expert environmental testing for wastewater, groundwater, soil, and consumer products with a focus on customer service and quality.
EMT is proud to be an SDVOSB and a DoD accredited environmental testing laboratory. Please review our SDVOSB status at www.vetbiz.govor view our SDVOSB certification from the CVE.
The Veterans Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development Act of 1999 established an annual government-wide goal of not less than 3% of the total value of all prime contract and subcontract awards for participation by small business concerns owned and controlled by service-disabled veterans.
Any federal contract expected to exceed $700,000 that has subcontracting possibilites must have a Small Business Subcontracting Plan. As an SDVOSB environmental laboratory, EMT adds great value to federal environmental contract performance, allowing our large business partners to achieve their Small Business Subcontracting Plan goals with a high level of quality deliverables from EMT.
Call us today to learn more about how a partnership with EMT can strenghten your federal team:
Mr. Nathan Fey Mr. Tim Witrzek
Federal Program Manager Project Manager - Federal Projects
EMT’s NAICS codes
541380 Testing Laboratories
541620 Environmental Consulting Services
Additional NAICS Codes
541618 Other Management Consulting Services
541350 Building Inspection Services
541690 Other Scientific and Technical Services
541990 All Other Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
561210 Facilities Support Services
561990 All Other Support Services
562910 Remediation Services
532998 All Other Miscellaneous Waste Management Services
If you are currently planning on submitting federal environmental proposals for contracts >$700,000, your response will require a Small Business Subcontracting Plan, with Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business participation. Call us today to see how we can add value to your team and help you win federal contracts.
Supplier Diversity FAQs
Q) What is Supplier Diversity?
A) Supplier Diversity is a business program that encourages the use of: minority-owned, women owned, veteran owned, service disabled veteran owned, historically underutilized business, and Small Business Administration (SBA) defined small business vendors as suppliers. Minority- and women-owned business enterprises (MWBEs) are among the fastest-growing segments of the U.S. economy. Minority-owned businesses generate an (1997) estimated $495 billion in annual revenue and employ nearly 4 million workers, while women-owned firms employ about 19 million people and generate $2.5 trillion in annual sales.
Veteran-Owned (VOB) and Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses (SDVOB) are some of the most prominent group on the American entrepreneurial landscape and being sought after by corporate supplier diversity directors. There are over 25 million veterans in this country; or roughly 1 in 5 adult males. 1 in 7 small businesses are owned by a veteran.
Q) What is EMT's Supplier Diversity designation ?
A) EMT is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Please go to the Supplier Diversity page on our website or visit the Veterans Administration Website (VetBizOps.Gov) for details.
Q) Why is supplier diversity important?
A) There are several factors motivating companies to establish supplier diversity programs:
- Their organizations have a diverse customer base. By showing support for the demographic groups of its customers, an organization hopes to strengthen its appeal to them. Studies show female consumers are more likely to buy from a company using a woman-owned supplier. Diverse suppliers can act as powerful advocates for the company sourcing from them, especially since some diverse suppliers are politically active in their communities.
- Their organizations serve customers that support supplier diversity. Companies that are committed to supplier diversity don’t just select diverse suppliers. They require their suppliers to support supplier diversity.
- The government may require it. Federal contractors are expected to subcontract a portion of their award to diverse suppliers.
- Their organizations want to demonstrate social responsibility. Many organizations voluntarily use a diverse supplier base because the leadership feels that it is the right thing to do for society and the community.
- Diverse suppliers bring added skill sets that prove to be tactically advantageous in a global marketplace.