The SBA performs only “minimal oversight” of third-party certifiers for the woman-owned small business program, and thus “lacks reasonable assurance that only eligible businesses receive WOSB set-aside contracts,” says the GAO in a recent report on the WOSB Program. 9 more words
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Lower C.A.B. Fare Can Help Top, Bottom Line.
I had just finished leading the final day of the last Ethical Stalking for Government Contractors™ program for 2014 and was reflecting on the very high-level of energy in the room and the volume of information exchanged during these two days. 732 more words
In light of a recent Federal Times op/ed by Michael Fischetti of NCMA regarding the AbilityOne contracting program, I thought it prudent to reissue my own op/ed that asks why Service Disabled Vets can work for AbilityOne and be part of a ‘required source’ to government agencies, but not have the same benefit when they run their own company? 189 more words
How many jobs could be created if five thousand additional American small businesses received $1 million dollars each in FY2015? It could happen very easily. 13 more words
“GSA believes that Dun & Bradstreet effectively has a monopoly for government unique identifiers that has contributed to higher costs.”