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VA Withdraws Proposed SDVOSB Regulatory Overhaul

The VA has officially withdrawn its November 2015 proposal to overhaul its SDVOSB and VOSB regulations. Continue reading

Failure to File Timely Comments Leads to Dismissed Protest 

When my nephew started kindergarten, his vocabulary expanded to include a new phrase: “Rules are rules, and you have to follow the rules!” Continue reading

SDVOSB vs. AbilityOne: Major Court Ruling Stayed Pending Appeal

In May 2017, SDVOSBs and VOSBs lodged another big win in their battle to enforce the statutory preferences for veteran-owned companies: Continue reading

Contractor’s Email Leads to Lost Contract, Denied Protest

Generally speaking, government contractors know that part of the cost of doing business with the federal government is some loss of autonomy. Continue reading

Creating Visibility, Influencing Agency Decision-Makers (Bridging the Gap)

Creating Visibility, Influencing Agency Decision-Makers | AFCEA International Small Business

Let’s cut to the chase. If your company doesn’t have visibility in the federal sector, in all likelihood you are not effectively seeing opportunity and opportunity is not seeing you. It’s a problem more common than not, and the damage being done is to a company’s morale and its bottom line. Continue reading

No Ostensible Subcontractor Affiliation With ANC Parent & Sister Companies, Says SBA OHA

An Alaska Native Corporation subsidiary was not affiliated with its parent company and two sister companies under the ostensible subcontractor affiliation rule Continue reading

No NAICS Code Appeals Of Presolicitations, SBA OHA Confirms

A NAICS code appeal can be a powerful vehicle for influencing the competitive landscape of an acquisition. Continue reading

Joint Venture Affiliation Exception Isn’t Unlimited, OHA Says

To encourage joint venturing, the SBA’s size regulations provide a limited exception from affiliation for certain joint venturers Continue reading

“In Scope” vs. “Out of Scope” Modifications: GAO Explains The Difference

An “out of scope” modification, on the other hand, is improper–and may be protested at GAO. Continue reading