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...] about Rulings from the SBA’s Office of Hearings and Appeals Reveal Insight on the Ostensible Subcontractor Rule
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“Abraham Lincoln because of his perserverance.” Kyle Nagy •Current President, Southern Nevada NAIOP, Director, Commercial Capital Advisors “Easily, it’s George Washington. He had the power to appoint himself as a dictator after the American Revolution. Instead, he became the only man in history who could demand absolute power and maintain the humility to abdicate it for … [Read more...] about What U.S. President do you most respect?