Exp Federal recognizes that small business is the engine that drives the U.S. economic machine. Even the largest companies in this great land started as a small business at one time or another. We openly embrace our federal government's mandate to engage small business in all facets of the procurement cycle and our company policies clearly reflect our belief in these fundamental principles for one simple reason: it makes good business sense.

Our company small business utilization metrics demonstrates our commitment to small business concerns. For example:

  • We have consistently met or exceeded our total subcontracting commitments to small business concerns.
  • We are on track to meet and or exceed our small business commitments in essentially every category for this past year and look forward to fostering new relationships in FY13 to repeat this stellar performance.

We're looking for the most qualified small businesses that understand what it means to provide high quality work for our Federal clients. Should you have any questions about our small business programs or would like to learn more about how to pre-qualify as an approved exp Federal small business contractor, please don't hesitate to give us a call.

Maria Gomez, Small Business Liaison, (312) 616-5058


"It is exp Federal's policy that all small business concerns (1) shall have the maximum practical opportunity to participate in the performance of government subcontracts awarded to our company. It is exp Federal's intention to pursue subcontracting opportunities with all small business concerns in accordance with applicable laws, client contract requirements, applicable guidance, and exceed small business subcontracting goals whenever possible."

John A. Samis, President & GM
Dennis A. Skrincosky, Project Operations, Sr. VP
Thomas J. Mitoraj, Operations Manager, Sr. VP

Partnering with Small Business

  • U.S. Small Business Administration
  • U.S. Department of Defense
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Naval Facilities Engineering Command

Note: (1) All small business concerns includes veteran owned small businesses; service-disabled veteran owned small businesses, Hub-zone and small businesses owned controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals; minority owned small businesses and woman-owned small businesses