Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business

Program Overview

The Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) self-certification is quite similar to the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) program, with a few key differences.

EDWOSB Program Advantages

  • Access to opportunities with large corporations and federal agencies.
  • Exclusive training and educational programs for WOSB.
  • Valuable networking opportunities.
  • Direct connection with buyers aiming to meet their 5% federal subcontracting goals.
  • Leads for bids and proposals.
  • Access to purchasing agents.
  • Mentorship programs.

Qualifications for EDWOSB

  • Minimum of 51% controlled by one or more women and primarily managed by one or more women.
  • The women need to be U.S. citizens.
  • Using SBA guidelines, the business must be “small” in its primary industry
  • Must qualify as economically disadvantaged.

Digging deeper into what it means to be economically disadvantaged, the woman needs to have an individual net worth under $750,000, an adjusted gross income (calculated by averaging the preceding three years) not exceeding $350,000 per year, and all of her assets must have a combined fair market value below $6 million.

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Getting EDWOSB Certified

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A System for Award Management (also referred to as SAM) Registration must be renewed annually to stay compliant and active. FCC recommends that businesses renew 90 days before the SAM expires to prevent service penalties and/or interruptions.