View a table of ALL federal money
awarded to MicroTech

Contracts awarded to small, disabled-veteran firms by VA

2006 to 2007
Anthony R. Jimenez formed MicroTech in 2004 and operated it as a service-disabled-veteran-owned small firm. MicroTech later was certified by the Small Business Administration as a disadvantaged firm. The firm was eligible for set-aside contracts under both designations.

Most of the top 10 recipients' VA
contracts were in the $60 million range. MicroTech's deals regularly exceeded that amount.

$69 million

2007 to 2008
MicroTech received tens of millions of dollars in work orders from VA, helping push it to the forefront of small, disadvantaged and service-disabled-veteran-owned firms.

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Between 2006 and 2012, only twice did another small, disabled-veteran firm receive more money from VA than MicroTech.

$69 million

$74 million

2008 to 2009
MicroTech certified that its annual average revenue was less than $10 million. Federal data showed the firm’s contracts were worth an average of $49 million. MicroTech told The Post that more than 90 percent of the VA money went to large companies. Because of this, MicroTech said it fell below the $25 million limit to qualify for certain small contracts.

$69 million

$74 million

$108 million

2009 to 2010
In a contract dispute, a competitor filed a protest that alleged MicroTech was too large to qualify for deals reserved for firms with revenue of $25 million or less. An SBA reviewer accepted MicroTech’s assertion that its reportable revenue was $14 million.

$69 million

$74 million

$108 million

$172 million

2010 to 2011
MicroTech continued to certify to the government that it was small for the purposes of contracts, with a size standard of $25 million or less in average annual revenue.

$69 million

$74 million

$108 million

$172 million

$143 million

2011 to 2012
In November 2011, MicroTech told the government it was no longer qualified to receive orders on a contract reserved for small businesses with revenue of $25 million or less.

Another small, disabled-veteran firm received more money.

$69 million

$74 million

$108 million

$172 million

$143 million

$122 million

SOURCE: Department of Veterans Affairs, Federal Procurement Data System, Paul Murphy of Bloomberg Government.