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Two Onondaga County firms certified as service-disabled veteran-owned businesses

By Journal Staff


New York State Office of General Services (OGS) Commissioner Jeanette Moy recently announced that a pair of Onondaga County businesses have each been certified as a service-disabled veteran-owned business (SDVOB).

The New York OGS Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ Business Development (DSDVBD) issued the certification to Crossett Hospitality Group, LLC, which is located in Syracuse and leases residential buildings and dwellings; and to Integrated Solutions Delivered, LLC, which is based in Skaneateles and specializes in construction management (as owner’s representative) and consulting services.

The two LLCs were among nine newly certified businesses across the state announced by the OGS on Jan. 26. The DSDVBD was created by New York State government in May 2014 through enactment of the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Act. The state had 1,061 certified businesses, as of Jan. 26.

For a business to receive certification, one or more service-disabled veterans — with a service-connected disability rating of 10 percent or more from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (or from the New York State Division of Veterans’ Affairs for National Guard veterans) — must own at least 51 percent of the company. Other criteria include: the business must be independently owned and operated and have a significant business presence in New York, it must have conducted business for at least one year prior to the application date, and it must qualify as a small business under the New York State program. Several more requirements also need to be met.

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