Posts Tagged ‘Small Business Administration’

Business Law: Certifying A Successful Business and Governmental Programs to Assist Small Businesses

Owners of small businesses may qualify for specific programs through the Small Business Administration (“SBA”).  A variety of federal programs exist to provide small businesses with the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in subcontracts.  Specifically, a proportion of contracts are set aside for small business concerns.   While the total set-asides for a small business will…

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Government Contracts: Be Sure the Teammates Make the Cut

The “teaming” of businesses to achieve certain advantages for bidding on government contracts has picked up especially in the area of set-asides under the 2010 Small Business Jobs and Credit Act, encouraging the award of government work to legally defined small businesses. When a large business teams up with a small business to qualify for…

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Business Law: SBA Makes Changes to the 8(a) Business Development Program

On March 14, 2011, revisions to the U.S. Small Business Administration 8(a) Business Development Program become effective, marking the first time in 10 years that comprehensive changes will be made. The revisions include technical and substantive changes to ensure small businesses can properly compete and win federal government contracts. The revisions encompass changes to numerous…

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