The Business Certifications department has also contributed to 50+ awarded business certifications for Women Owned businesses, Veteran and Disabled veteran owned businesses, Hub zone certified companies, 8a certified firms, DOD and Seaport certifications, State MAS contracts, as well as DAPA and DOT certifications.
NCI GSA (Nu Cen-tury Inc), owned by Kevin D. Chace, has since received multiple business awards as the best in all consulting categories over the last 2 years. Chace states that “Our staff at NCI is hands down the BEST at what they do. No problem is too small or too big for us to handle. We have all come together to make sure that each and every business that contracts with us gets our best.”
As an industry leader NCI GSA has developed a program that is almost a give back to businesses that have gone with other firms and did not get the results they expected. This is called the RESCUE program. It is a large discount off the normal fee for those companies that can prove they have gone with another company in the past and did not have a good experience of did get a GSA contract awarded.
NCI GSA is also active in its local community by sponsoring youth football and baseball as well as donations to churches and animal shelters in the area. Chace spoke on this by saying that “We are fortunate to be doing so well in this type of economy. The right thing to do is to give back to those in need”.
Most recently NCI has launched a new business to business e-commerce platform called BUYNCI.COM. This allows for members and non-members of the site to buy amongst each other. The offerings include every day products and services needed for the operation of businesses, in addition 40-60% savings on large item purchases. With over 20,000 products and services listed and no minimum or maximum purchase requirements, businesses are flocking to BUYNCI.COM to save on all purchases and sell their products and services. Chace noted that “BUYNCI.COM is a place where businesses can buy from each other at the same price the U.S. government gets for the same products and or services from its vendors.