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Stacey McCulloughAssistant Director-CPEDPhone: 501-671-2078Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
by Kim Magee - March 12, 2020
All Electric started their government contracting journey by subcontracting. Last
year, they were awarded their first small prime contract. In January 2020, they were
awarded a substantial prime contract. The recent contract is for rehabilitation of
the excitation system retrofit at Dardanelle Dam Power Plant and is through Department
of Defense. Beard described this job as replacing aging products with more energy
efficient options. He feels this job aligns perfectly with the scope of their business.
Beard likes the idea of keeping all work and money in Arkansas (as do we) and assisting
others as subcontractors. Therefore, he uses subcontractors from Morrilton.
All Electric is a Native American owned company. He encourages others who may fall
in this category, or other categories, to get certified as it can certainly be a competitive
advantage and helped them secure their first prime contract last year which was awarded
by Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs.
We congratulate Beard and the company on their continued success. Beard worked with
counselor Mary Love in the beginning of his journey and gives her much credit for
their success. Mary has since retired and he now works with counselor, Max Franks.
He mentioned that he appreciates the communication that he has with Max.
“I like being able to go in with a solicitation and have a PTAC counselor look over
it with me. Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) provisions can be scary and they
went through these with ease. I honestly would not have responded to bids without
their assistance,” Beard said.
Connect with our Arkansas PTAC counselors at 501-671-2390 to learn how you can expand
your business into new areas.