In the last three years Military Hardware has supplied a very broad range of material to the Federal Government: Radio Frequency Amplifiers, Hand tools, specialized and highly complex kits, and a good variety of tactical gear. The Federal Acquisition Regulations require Government agencies to support “disadvantaged” businesses. The full range of “disadvantaged” categories is: minority owned, woman owned, Native-American owned, Veteran owned, service disabled Veteran owned, small business, small disadvantaged business, 8a, HUB-Zone, and labor surplus area. Military Hardware represents every italicized category. There are only two we do not have and we expect approval for the most important, Service-Disabled Veteran owned business, in the very near future. Once SDVOB is in place we will proceed with application for 8a. The stated DOD purchasing goals for 2009 are: 22.24% small, 5% small disadvantaged, 5% woman owned, 3% HUB-Zone, and 3% service disabled Veteran. Typically competitors have one or two of these classifications, thereby requiring purchasing entities to use multiple vendors to reach the mandated goals. Through Military Hardware, each dollar spent gives the purchaser credit for every category, which makes compliance, and the buyer’s job, much easier! There really is not another company like us. In ccr.gov you can search for NAICS 316999 (holsters) and check boxes for Veteran owned, SDB, and HUB-zone. You’ll get 1 response: Military Hardware llc.