Corporate Expertise/ Certifications
Since its founding in 2014, Aviate Enterprises, Inc. has been guided by core values of integrity, personal excellence, and service.
Lt Col Timothy P. Devine USAF Retired founded Aviate Enterprises, Inc. in 2014 after a long and successful career in the Air Force. His experience in aviation, bio-environmental engineering, occupational health and safety in the intelligence community, the nuclear industry, and servicing government contracts led him to found Aviate Enterprises with the goal of helping procurement specialists.
Aviate Enterprises, Inc. is focused on supporting City, State, and Federal purchasing professionals to meet or exceed mandated goals for business with Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Small Business (SB) and Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE), HUBZone (Historical Underutilized Business Zones) and a member of Disabled Veterans Business Alliance (DVBA) while providing quality products, services, and proven solutions on a best-value basis.
Aviate Enterprises, Inc. helps Federal, State, and Local purchasing professionals nationwide. Aviate Enterprises, Inc. is a value-added reseller for leading manufacturers and distributors in service areas.
With more than 25 years of experience, we understand the government’s unique procurement processes and work with the procurement officers and end-users to deliver the best equipment, supplies, material resources, and services. We look forward to the opportunity to demonstrate our customer-service-orientated approach to supporting all of your organizational needs.
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise, State of CA.
SB/DVBE Supplier No. 1792472
Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, Federal.
HUBZone Certified Business, Federal.
HUBZone Certification No. 56820
State of Ohio Certified Veteran-friendly Business Enterprise.
Ohio Certification No. VBE-001271
State of W. Virginia Small, Women-, and Minority-Owned Business (SWAM).
Military Critical Technical Data Agreement
If government contracting was easy, everyone would do it. – Timothy P. Devine, Lt. Col (Ret)