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VA CVE Improperly Disqualified SDVOSB, Says Court - SmallGovCon

SDVOSBs—and basic fairness and common sense—were big winners in a recent decision issued by the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

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DoD Hits 23% Small Business Goal For FY 2014 - SmallGovCon

Although the SBA’s 2014 Procurement Scorecard will not be released until sometime next summer, a recent DoD press release announced the DoD’s small business successes for 2014. 9 more words

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Non-Manufacturer Rule Applies to All NAICS Codes - SmallGovCon

The non-manufacturer rule applies only when a set-aside solicitation is designated with a manufacturing NAICS code, right? Not anymore.

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Small Federal Contractors Should Respect the Fruit! - The American Small Business Coalition

Let me start with how psyched I am that over the last thirty days I’ve been contacted by members letting me know they’ve been awarded orders processed using Simplified Acquisition Procedures, valued over $2 million dollars! 39 more words

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8(a) Program: SBA "Searching For Reasons To Deny" Women? - SmallGovCon

These strong words come from a recent SBA Office of Hearings and Appeals decision, in which OHA again overturned the SBA’s denial of a woman-owned business’s 8(a) application. 11 more words

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Loneliest Number Or Not, It Pays To Be The 'One' - The American Small Business Coalition

I was three years old when Three Dog Night released their hit ‘One is the Loneliest Number’ and now, nearly fifty years later, I get to use it as a reference for lost opportunities in government contracting. 16 more words

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