Government Relations

Sabre88, LLC has a solid record of building strategic partnerships with the federal government to achieve mission-focused solutions.   Sabre88 staff are poised to manage legislative and regulatory activities focusing on international affairs, science and technology, education, defense spending, energy and other public policy issue areas.

Sabre88 Builds Government Leaders of Tomorrow

For the 11th consecutive year, Sabre88, LLC facilitated New Jersey Institute of Technology’s (NJIT) annual Washington D.C. Study tour. The tour provides honor students with the opportunity to experience the inner-workings of the U.S. government, and explore a range of professional fields in the executive and legislative branches.


Sabre88 wins contract award with the Naval Air Systems Command. Sabre88 personnel are responsible for providing the continued logistics and support for ground support equipment for the Navy.  Personnel will manage the induction and the continued maintenance of all equipment in support of NAVSUP, the entity responsible for supplying sustained logistics for the Navy.


Sabre88 is a global consulting firm applying capabilities in financial services, billing support, FOIA, IT Help Desk Support, Data Entry and Document Scanning to government and commercial clients. With more than twenty years of combined personnel experience offering strategic solutions, Sabre88 staff advance the firm’s mission to provide civilian and defense agencies of the government with the necessary tools to address emerging challenges. Sabre88 was formed in January of 2008, with a mission to serve both civilian and defense agencies of the federal government.The founder, Robert Cottingham, Jr., started the firm out of a government need for innovative small businesses which provide a 100% customer focused service.

8(a) Certified – US Small Business Administration

Sabre88 is eligible to work on Department of Defense contracts.

Cage code: 54eq1

D-U-N-S Number: 826942448

NAICS Codes: 541990, 541618, 541690, 541820, 541199, 561110, 561990, 541219, 541611,  541513, 517919

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  • Government Unclear on How Many Federal Contractors it Hires

    Between 2000 and 2012, spending on federal contracting grew more quickly than inflation and as a percentage of total federal spending. The fastest-growing category in dollars has been contracts for professional, administrative
    Posted on March 16, 2015

  • Small Business Administration Proposes Expanded Small Business Mentor-Protégé Program

    Earlier last month, the US Small Business Administration (SBA) proposed rule changes that would establish a government-wide mentor-protégé program and would increase the opportunity for large and small businesses to partner on unrestricted
    Posted on February 26, 2015

  • Congress Renews Comprehensive Subcontracting Plan Test Program

    The House of Representatives voted last week to renew the Pentagon's 25-year old Comprehensive Subcontracting Plan Test program for three more years of testing despite claims from Pentagon spokeswoman Maureen Schumann stating that the Pentagon
    Posted on December 30, 2014

  • Government Shutdown Averted at Last Minute
    "WASHINGTON — The House narrowly passed a $1.1 trillion spending package on Thursday that would fund most government operations for the fiscal year after a rancorous debate that reflected the new power held by Republicans
    Posted on December 12, 2014


  • "-Sabre88's processes and procedures are used to maintain quality assurance andcontrol their level of the program's performance, cost, schedule, and management.Management tools provide timely information, and have required no corrective actions. Weare pleased with Robert Cottingham's"

    ~ Herman Graham
  • "“The trip was an awesome experience.  It helped me to understand some parts of the cumbersome policymaking process.  The meeting with the congressmen and Diane Hooie was enlightening. Since my concentration is in Electrical Engineering in Networks and Communication, the FCC visit was very"

    ~ Honors College Study Tour
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