Rulings from the SBA’s Office of Hearings and Appeals Reveal Insight on the Ostensible Subcontractor Rule

Small business prime contractors doing work for the federal government, whether through competitive set-asides or contracts to be awarded through full and open competition, have a number of lines that must be carefully walked. In particular, small business concerns (SBCs) must be wary of the relationships that may give rise to a finding by the Small Business Administration … [Read more...]

Opportunities Abound in Gov’t Contracting for Women-Owned Small Businesses

The federal government is the world’s biggest customer of goods and services with purchases totaling more than $425 billion per year from construction and technical services to office furniture and grounds maintenance services. This allows for many revenue opportunities for small businesses, especially women-owned, disadvantaged, service-disabled veteran owned, and businesses … [Read more...]