MGI understands what the term MATOC stands for, which probably puts us in the top 20% of surety agencies right from the start. While the previous statement injects some levity, it does have some truth to it.
1. Member of the Community
Whether it be Scott and/or Jack Beecher making presentations or Mahorsky Group sponsoring an event at one of the roughly 15 national & local conferences attended annually, MGI supports federal construction and legitimately cares about the prosperity of the SB and set-aside community.
We’ve built some fantastic relationships within the USACE, NAVFAC, GSA, etc…, and with specific military facilities. Brick is focused on using those relationships to help our contractors secure lower competition, higher profit projects. Click here for more information on Brick Procurement.
We understand the federal market and the necessity for contractors to put numerous proposals “on the street”. We also understand the critical ability to secure the most ideal contract vehicles – sole source, SATOC, MATOC, MACC, etc… Managing the flexibility inside a surety program to maximize success inside these opportunities demands experience & familiarity – MGI has it.
4. Spirit of the SB Program
While large contractors are integral to the success of the SB program, we mandate fairness & control. In our minds, 3 items must be present for the SB – grow the balance sheet, develop relationships, & learn.
You have to begin somewhere & MGI/Brick continues to help new companies get rolling. Factors like good personal credit & character/integrity are benchmarks of our analysis.
Guam Legislative Resolution – As presented to Mr. John Garcia by Diron J. Cruz on behalf of the 32nd Guam Legislature, sponsored by Senators Frank Aguon (Maj, Guam Air Nat’l Guard) and Tom Ada (COL, US Army Reserve, Ret). Pictured L-R: Benjamin J. Palcios (Cybersec), Benjamin P. Palacios, Scott Mahorsky, John Garcia, and Diron J. Cruz.