Certification Eligiblity for Small/Micro Business Enterprise Program

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    Small Business Enterprise
    •  Is an independently owned and operated business that is not dominant in its field of operation and is performing a commercially useful function.
    • The business has its principal place of business in Baker,Clay, Duval, Nassau or St. Johns County for at least a year preceding the application.
    •  The business has been established for at least one (1) year or the principals of the business have at least three (3) years of relevant experience prior to forming or joining the business.
    • The business has a local business tax receipt and all required professional licenses, contractor qualifier licenses, and/or Certificate of Competency.
    •  The owner of the business must have the required professional license(s) and contractor qualification license.
    •   Architecture and Engineering: The annual gross revenue average over the previous three (3) years shall not exceed $300,000 (Tier 1) or $750,000 (Tier 2).
    •  Construction: The annual gross revenue averaged over the previous three (3) years shall not exceed $750,000 (Tier 1) or $3,000,000 (Tier 2).
    •  Goods and Services (Procurement Program): The annual gross revenue averaged over the previous three (3) year period shall not exceed $500,000 (Tier 1) or $1,000,000 (Tier 2).
    •  Professional Services: The annual gross revenue averaged over the previous three (3) years shall not exceed $300,000 (Tier 1) or $ 600,000 (Tier 2).
    Micro Business Enterprise
     
    •  Architecture and Engineering: The annual gross revenue average over the previous three (3) years shall not exceed $300,000.
    •  Construction: The annual gross revenue averaged over the previous three (3) years shall not exceed $750,000.
    •  Goods and Services (Procurement Program): The annual gross revenue averaged over the previous three (3) year period shall not exceed $500,000.
    •  Professional Services: The annual gross revenue averaged over the previous three (3) years shall not exceed $300,000.