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SBA OIG Recommends Improved Oversight of 8(a) Continuing Eligibility

Just last week, the OIG released a new report analyzing the 8(a) Program. Continue reading

Recent SBA OHA Decision Offers NAICS Code Appeal Guidance

Recently, SBA’s Office of Hearings and Appeals provided some guidelines in discussing the assignment of NAICS codes in the Computer Facilities Management Services, Research and Development, and Engineering Services codes. Continue reading

Alaska Congressional Delegation, small businesses talk SBA contracts

A hearing on Friday educated the public on the importance of these contract dollars to Alaska. Continue reading

SBA Inspector General: 89% of WOSB Sole Source Contracts Were Improper

Nearly 90% of women-owned small business sole source contracts reviewed by the SBA Office of Inspector General were improper, according to a startling report issued yesterday. Source: SBA Inspector General: 89% of WOSB Sole Source Contracts Were Improper – SmallGovCon

SBA Plans to Consolidate All Small and 8(a) Mentor-Protégé Programs

The SBA plans to issue a proposed rule consolidating the All Small Mentor-Protégé Program and the 8(a) Mentor-Protégé Program. Continue reading

Let’s Replace SBA Small Business Goaling Grades with Participation Trophies

For Fiscal Year 2017, SBA’s small business goaling scorecard awarded 21 agencies grades of “A+” or “A” Continue reading

The Federal Government Achieves Small Business Contracting Goal for the Fifth Consecutive Year

The U.S.SBA announced today that the federal government met its small business federal contracting goal for the fifth consecutive year Continue reading

SBA Rejects Major Changes in Size Standard Methodology

The SBA has rejected several recommendations for major changes in how the SBA calculates small business size status. Continue reading

5 Things You Should Know: The Manufacturer Rule

SBA’s regulations say that in order to qualify as a small business under a set-aside or sole-source contract seeking manufactured products or supply items, an offeror ordinarily must either be the manufacturer of the end item or qualify under the nonmanufacturer rule. Source: 5 Things You Should Know: The Manufacturer Rule – SmallGovCon

SBA Affiliation Rules: Owner of One Share (of 120) Controlled Company

In a recent size appeal decision, the SBA Office of Hearings and Appeals held that where 120 owners each held one share of stock in a company, all 120 were presumed to control the company for size purposes. Continue reading