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Swift and Adaptive Federal Procurement

DLSA Tech offers an agile and streamlined sole-source procurement option for federal clients. Our status as an SBA-certified 8(a) entity enables us to provide federal customers with efficient acquisition methods compliant with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). This approach maximizes contract performance and ensures continuity and fulfillment of scope.

Advantages of DLSA Tech Sole-Source Contracting

DLSA Tech sole-source procurements present federal agencies with the advantage of extensive flexibility that enable tailored pre-award requirements ensuring high-quality post-award outcomes.

It allows us to provide agile and scalable contracting solutions. After approval from SBA, federal clients can engage in open discussion and direct negotiations.

Extensive Flexibility

DLSA Tech sole-source procurements are protected from protests removing pre-award schedule risks.

Schedule Risk Reduction

DLZ Tech sole-source procurement process can be completed in just 3-4 weeks, from developing the Statement of Work (SoW) to contract performance. This rapid timeline contrasts with the 12 to 18 months required for standard procurements, offering federal clients immediate workforce retention and work continuation.

Accelerated Procurement Timeline

Standard Procurement Process

Standard Procurement Process
[48-72 weeks]

The DLSA Tech Sole-Source Process
[3-4 weeks]

The De Lune Corp Sole-Source Process

As an 8(a) certified company, DLSA Tech is eligible to receive sole-source contracts from the federal government for amounts up to $4.5 million (and $7 million in the case of manufacturing NAICS). It can also receive sole-source awards exceeding this threshold when the procurement agency determines that exceptions to full and open competition, as defined in FAR, exist – such as situations involving an unusual and compelling urgency.  DLSA Tech is further eligible for sole-source contracts exceeding $100 million for the Department of Defense (DoD), and $25 million for other federal agencies, when properly justified under applicable regulations.

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