J&J fully supports the national program to provide opportunities for all categories of small businesses to participate in our prime contracts as subcontractors. In carrying out our responsibilities under the Small Business Subcontracting Program, we establish challenging subcontracting goals for our contracts and assign responsibilities to meet these goals.

Small Business Categories included:

  • Small Business (SB)
  • Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)
  • Women Owned Small Business (WOSB)
  • HUBZone (HZSB)
  • Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB)
  • Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)

J&J was certified as a SBA 8(a) contractor from 10 July 1970 through 30 June 1975 and again from 01 March 1977 through 31 August 1987, participating in the program for more than 15 years. This history constantly reminds our management of our responsibility to nurture and develop small businesses through aggressive subcontracting opportunities.


J&J understands that to most effectively serve our customer, we must maintain a strong team. Accordingly, J&J takes great pride in building solid and longstanding relationships with our subcontractors and suppliers. These relationships are based upon a foundation of mutual respect and honesty. J&J is well known among subcontractors and suppliers for being a preferred contractor to work with. We invite all highly competent prospective subcontractors, regardless of trade, to complete a Subcontractor Information Form by clicking on the link below. We sincerely look forward to the opportunity to team with your company on future projects.


It is critical we have up-to-date information regarding our current subcontractors’ qualifications and capabilities to ensure all subcontractors are appropriately utilized on future projects. Therefore, we request all current subcontractors complete a Subcontractor Information Form regularly (at least annually) by clicking on the link below.