Please watch this short documentary showcasing Victor's struggles with his US Navy contract
My contract with the U.S government is a statutory small business set aside; that meets the Rule-of-Two; it is one of such Small Business Administration (SBA) ACT Statutory Requirements that must be kept intact. It is a Public Law 85-536 of the SBA ACT with Federal Statutory Provisions 13 CFRs and as in 15 U.S.C 631, 644. The word “shall” are enforced and protected as mandatory to the survival of the Small Business Community
my company was adjudged as having the best equipment for the specialty work in the United States having worked for the U.S Coast Guard and so many others in many locations in the US. In addition, my company had the best managerial staff ever assembled to handle the Hot Lube Oil Flush. My company has the privilege of retaining our Chief Operations Officer (COO); Mr Joseph Luckard who is a retired U.S. Navy Captain, after serving in the Navy both as an Engineering Duty officer and a civilian for 40 years. His broad experience includes Shipbuilding, and Maintenance & Repair contracting and program management. The company has the supporting wisdom of our Business Development Manager (BDM); Mr John Darsam who retired as Business Development Manager in the Oil and Gas Industry in Louisiana. My company had a seasoned and well trained Operations Staff, as well as Graduates of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering that the Navy also interviewed individually and appealed to them to relocate from Louisiana to San Diego with me after the award of the contract. Finally, my company has been supported by my two daughters who are also graduates of Engineering from Houston and MIT. ALL these resources have been laid off with the exception my COO and BDM, who have remained constant in our struggle. Suffice to mention that the Navy issued various Capability and Capacity Acceptance Letters to my company including the Final Navy Quality Management System (QMS) Acceptance Letter and Certificate to Proceed. Perhaps, it is worth stating again that as a business entrepreneur, I have neither competed nor received any past government contract award on the basis of my minority status or ethnicity background. My company has competed fairly and professionally against any and all small business set-aside competitors in my specialty line. My business has never been second class rated but known for high quality and an exceptionally high standard of work, and this reputation preceded my efforts for the U.S Navy in California, soliciting for my services in 2010.