Verification and Evaluation


Center for Verification and Evaluation
Washington DC 20420

March 14, 2018,
In Reply Refer To:  00VE

Mrs Margie Collins
Bridgecross, LLC
DUNS: 078596873
202 Church Street SE, Suite 518
Leesburg, VA 20175
Dear Mrs Collins:
On behalf of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Center for Verification and
Evaluation (CVE), I am writing to inform you that your application for verification has been approved. Bridgecross, LLC will remain eligible to participate in Veterans First Program opportunities with VA as a verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business(SDVOSB).
This verification is valid for three (3) years from the date of this letter. Please a copy of this letter to confirm Bridgecross, LLC’s continued program eligibility in with 38 Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) § 74.12. You may reapply 120 days prior to yournew expiration date by logging into
To promote Bridgecross, LLC’s verified status, you may use the following link todownload the logo for use on your marketing materials and business cards: In addition, please access the following link for information on next steps and opportunities for verified businesses:
While CVE has confirmed that Bridgecross, LLC is present, as of the issuance of this notice, in compliance with the regulation, Bridgecross, LLC must inform CVE of any changes or other circumstances that would adversely affect its eligibility. Eligibility changes not reported to CVE within 60 days could result in a referral to the Office of Inspector General (OIG), a referral to the Debarment and Suspension Committee, and the initiation of cancellation proceedings— all of which could result in Bridgecross, LLC being removed from the VIP Verification Program. Please be advised all verified businesses may be required to participate in one or more post-verification audits at CVE’s discretion. Additionally, this letter and other information
pertaining to Bridgecross, LLC’s verification application may be subject to Freedom of “World Class Professionals Enabling Veteran Business Opportunities by Protecting the Veteran Advantage – One Vet at a Time”
EVAL.T3.TEMPL.029 Page 1 of 2 Information Act (FOIA) requests. However, FOIA disclosures include exceptions regarding the personal privacy of individuals, and VA policy similarly provides limitations on the release of
individuals records. If Bridgecross, LLC receives a negative size determination from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), CVE must act in accordance with 38 CFR § 74.2(e). Also note, if at any time Bridgecross, LLC discovers that it fails to meet the size standards for any NAICS Code(s)
listed on its VIP profile, CVE requires such NAICS Code(s) be removed within five (5) business days. If these NAICS Codes are not removed within the allotted five (5) business days, CVE may request SBA conduct a formal size determination. In addition, CVE may initiate a referral to OIG, a referral to the Debarment and Suspension Committee and pursue cancellation
proceedings. All of the aforementioned referrals and procedures could result in Bridgecross, LLC being removed from the VIP Verification Program.
Thank you for your service to our country and for continuing to serve America through small business ownership.
Thomas J. McGrath
Center for Verification and Evaluation