G&H Systems, LLC, located in Atmore, Alabama, is proud to announce their recent certification as a Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) awarded by the Alabama Department of Transportation. As a certified DBE the firm is eligible to bid on state and U.S. Department of Transportation projects.
“The process was long, arduous, and time consuming,” said Jerry Gehman who founded G&H Systems in 2008. “I trust that I can take full advantage of the bid opportunities it provides.” Mr. Gehman is an enrolled member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
G&H Systems is a general contractor and low-voltage systems integrator specializing in cabling, security, fire alarm, controlled access and audio/video. This Indian Economic Enterprise is a client of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s American Indian Procurement Technical Assistance Center (AIPTAC).
“American Indian Procurement Technical Assistance Center has been and is today a very powerful source of opportunities for my company,” said Mr. Gehman. “We would not have success otherwise.” G&H Systems has been a client of the AIPTAC since 2011.
He continued, “Crystal Pierce and George Williams have been a steadfast source of knowledge regarding federal contracting, both in bid opportunities and methods of how to reach and work with the project procurement officer. I am grateful for the benefits provided to my company.”
For more information about G&H Systems, Inc., please visit their website at About Us — G&H Systems, LLC (g-hsystems.com).