Small Business Development Group Members Top $100 Million in Fees as Dyck-O’Neal Signs On

COLLINGSWOOD, N.J. -- The Fed Cetera Network, a business development organization under 48 CFR 52.219-9, is pleased to make two announcements. First, small business members of the organization have now exceeded $100,000,000 in total billings as a result of their membership. The organization also announced that Federal contractor Dyck-O’Neal, a nationally-operating small business focused on distressed and under-managed real estate debt, is now a member of the Fed Cetera Network. Dyck-O’Neal has served government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) and other government agencies that preserve and promote public confidence in the financial system for more than 25 years.

The Fed Cetera Network is a one-stop shop for Federal contractors, including United States Department of Education (ED) Private Collection Agency (PCA) contractors, to easily find pre-qualified potential subcontractors who have the wherewithal to implement Federal subcontracts successfully. The Fed Cetera Network has helped dozens of small businesses pursue and receive Federal subcontracts over the years.  Member companies pay nothing to join the network, but pay only a nominal fee if successfully placed as a subcontractor with a Federal contractor.

“We are thrilled our members have surpassed this milestone, and that Dyck-O’Neal has joined our ranks,” said Nick Bernardo of Fed Cetera. “Any company can set up a free profile on www.sam.gov, but a query on that website cannot tell a prime contractor who has the bandwidth and capital to get things done or which potential partners are really ready for this work.”

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