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Partner with TAPE
As an innovative, forward-thinking Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned, Woman-Owned Small Business (SDVO/WOSB) that enjoys an impeccable reputation with our federal customers, TAPE understands the critical importance our partners play in maintaining that reputation.
In today’s increasingly complex world, not even the very largest companies can operate as an island. This is why TAPE is always interested in forging ties with corporate partners who share our commitment to the kinds of innovative, rapid-response solutions our federal customers need.
TAPE is a financially secure, privately held company that has enjoyed consistent annual growth by maximizing our existing potential while carefully expanding into other service markets where we can make the greatest impact for our government customers. We pride ourselves on running a lean, cost-effective operation that delivers exceptional results, keeps overhead at a minimum, and leads to the highest possible performance marks.
From the project proposal and kickoff stages all the way through execution and implementation, TAPE treats every partner as a trusted stakeholder and every project as a true collaboration. All that we ask is a similar approach from our partners.
As the complexity, scope, and specialized requirements of many federal engagements grow, it is important that vendors possess the means to respond quickly and definitively to questions regarding their capabilities in any applicable area of work.
Toward this end TAPE has created a Capabilities Registry that defines, categorizes, logs, and makes searchable the capabilities of every organization and individual within TAPE’s extended network. This includes contractors and subcontractors, corporate partners, academic institutions, and individual Subject Matter Experts.
Every entry to the TAPE Capabilities Registry lists the entrant’s operational capabilities, key personnel, existing and planned certifications, pricing structure, physical facilities, manufacturing specialties, geographical location(s), and much more.
This information allows TAPE to be especially responsive to our Federal customers’ requests for information regardless of the nature of the request. This is particularly important in dynamic, rapidly changing operational environments.
TAPE takes its Capabilities Registry one step further by proactively researching and anticipating our customers’ future requirements, and then conducting detailed searches into the ranks of commercial, academic, and other institutions. We look for the people, technology, and other assets needed to meet those needs.
If you are an organization interested in becoming part of TAPE’s Capabilities Registry, please contact us.