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Our Company

Mission Statement:
To ensure customer satisfaction through innovative solutions applied by a highly responsive and professional staff that will provide a superior level of quality performance to meet and exceed each customer’s requirements.

Philosophy and Commitment:
It is our philosophy that success is built on a key ingredient…Commitment! In this light, we are committed to three key areas…our customers, our employees, and our partners.

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Our Customers:
We take great pride in helping our customers with the accomplishment of their mission. With the majority of our personnel being prior military, we recognize the importance and significance of this role. Fulfillment of our mission statement is enhanced by empowering our employees to not only provide quality service, but to enhance their contributions through fresh, creative, “out of the box” thinking while meeting and exceeding set standards and requirements.

Our Employees:
We recognize that the lifeline of this company is our employees and retaining them is one of our top priorities. Therefore, Szanca Solutions is constantly looking at ways to improve the quality of life, and pay and benefits for our employees. We are continuously looking for cost effective ways to provide benefits comparable to the larger corporations yet, at the same time, keeping our costs within reason so that we can provide quality personnel to our customers at a cost effective price. We have taken great efforts to maintain a personal touch with each and every employee and to ensure that they are getting the Szanca Solutions staff support necessary to allow them to focus on supporting the customer.


Our Partners :
Although the company was started with a prime contract, we also fulfill a subcontractor role on many of our other contracts. Thus, we fully appreciate the importance and differences in being a good Prime Contractor and being a good Subcontractor. In our Prime Contractor role, we have reinvested resources into our infrastructure so that we can be a responsive prime contractor who keeps its partners in the loop and ensures that subcontractor invoices are paid in a quick and efficient manner. We take great strides to ensure that our subcontractor teammates are treated the way we would expect to be treated in a similar role. In our role as a subcontractor, we are very responsive to prime contractor requirements and take great pride in providing a selection of highly qualified candidates to fill each and every mission need in support of our prime contractors and our mutual customers.


Company Overview:
• Founded in Fall 2002 as a HUB Zone, Services Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business
• First Contract was a 3 year/$3M Sole Source HUB Zone contract providing Programmatic & Systems Engineering Support to NSA/CES PSEO (2003)
• Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business
• Top Secret Facility clearance
• TIN: 52-2447092
• DUNS: 11-933-278

Szanca is strategically structured as a lean and efficient corporation. We do not have overlap in unnecessary areas and as a result are able to offer our services at very competitive rates. Our seasoned Program Management, Security, Contracts and Finance personnel make our contract administration process transparent to our customers thus allowing the proper level of information sharing that result in customer confidence and satisfaction. It is our goal to make your mission our own.


Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
Szanca Solutions, Inc. is an SDVOSB (Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business). As an SDVOSB there many advantages to doing business with us. In fact on December 16, 2003, President Bush signed Public Law No.108-183, The Veterans Benefits Act of 2003. Section 308, Procurement Program for Small Business Concerns Owned and Controlled by Service-Disabled Veterans, permits contracting officers to restrict competition to small business concerns owned and controlled by service-disabled veterans if the contracting officer has a reasonable expectation that not less than two service-disabled owned small business concerns will submit offers and that award can be made at a fair market price. On October 20, 2004, President Bush signed Executive Order (EO) 13360. Consistent with the EO, the Department’s Strategic Plan to implement EO 13360 is provided at: