Wolf Lake, LLC, one of the newest subsidiaries of Cape Fox Corporation (CFC), is pleased to announce that as of August 18, 2022, it is certified into the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 8(a) Program. As an 8(a) small business, Wolf Lake is eligible for sole-source contracts up to $25 million from Federal Civilian Agencies and $100M from agencies within the Department of Defense. It will also compete for 8(a), small business set aside, and full and open contracts.
The mission of Wolf Lake is to help its customers realize significant performance and sustained improvements by creating unprecedented value, providing high standards of customer service, and achieving extraordinary results. Wolf Lake Services stands out from the pack because it is results-driven and will focus on the four core functional areas of science and engineering, human capital, accounting and finance, and professional services.
Science and Engineering – Wolf Lake provides customers with customizable and agile solution-driven science and engineering capabilities and qualified professional and support personnel designed to enhance agency mission requirements.
Human Capital – Wolf Lake provides front-line support with an understanding, tactical, and human approach for human resources staffing needs.
Accounting and Finance – It is more than just numbers to Wolf Lake Services. Wolf Lake is committed to providing agencies with budgeting, accounting, reporting, systems accounting, and improper payment evaluation that goes beyond the numbers with project analysis, expert statistical mapping, and knowledgeable, certified personnel.
Professional Services – Wolf Lake focuses its knowledge on offering value-driven professional staffing solutions in the areas of medical and occupational health services, professional administrative services, and legal services.
Wolf Lake will utilize the expertise, skills, and successes of CFC’s Federal Contracting Group by providing high-quality support and services to customers across the Federal landscape and contributing to the continued growth of CFC.