In May, the House of Representatives included a provision in the 2015 NDAA that would have required the CVE to transfer SDVOSB verification to the SBA. 38 more words
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One of the greatest challenges facing government contractors today is efficiency.
When issuing task order solicitations under unrestricted multiple award contracts, procuring agencies are not required to apply the so-called “rule of two” and set aside task orders for small businesses. 8 more words
The 72 “sustain” decisions tell a misleading story. Including corrective actions, protesters obtained some form of relief in more than 1,000 cases.
The top five include two GWACs, two agency-specific IDIQs and one GSA Schedule, representing more than 13,000 tasks awarded, resulting in $6.7 billion in total obligations for those tasks. 12 more words
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