WWC has extensive experience, as both a prime and subcontractor, in successfully supporting a range of contracts, including IDIQs. WWC is an 8(a), economically disadvantaged woman owned small business which allows us access to a number of streamlined contracting options, such as 8(a) sole source awards or, under the 2016 NDAA, woman owned sole source awards. A few potential vehicles are highlighted below.

8(a) Contracting:

8(a) is designed to support socially and economically disadvantaged businesses. It allows government agencies to streamline procurement, significantly reducing procurement lead times and contract directly with WWC. The Small Business Administration (SBA) determines a company’s 8(a) eligibility by conducting a rigorous review process, including scrutiny of a company's ownership, management, operations, experience, and financial status.

The 8(a) program is intended to benefit both the government client as well as the consulting firm through mechanisms that ensure quality performance. The client identifies a need, develops a Statement Of Work and prepares funding, and then works with an SBA office to make an award. WWC is also available, at no charge and with no obligation, to assist government clients in this process.


Ronald A. Brunner, SBA Representative, South Florida District Office
(305) 536-5521 x 130;

Lauren Weiner, Chief Executive Officer
(202) 406-0224;

OASIS and OASIS Small Business Pool 2:

OASIS and OASIS Small Business Pool 2 are multiple award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts that provide flexible and innovative solutions for complex professional services.


WWC is a CTA partner on the $995M, 5-year vehicle that can be used by any OSD office to fulfill professional services requirements that typically necessitate the integration of multiple professional service disciplines.

Additional Vehicles:

WWC holds both a GSA Professional Services Schedule and a Navy SeaPort NxG contract.