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SBA Changes Small Business Eligibility Calculation

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On January 6th, the Small Business Association (SBA) has changed how it calculates eligibility of the Small Business set-aside for companies. Previously, the SBA used a three-year revenue average to determine if a company is indeed a “small business”. The Small Business Runway Extension Act of 2018 mandated that the SBA use a five-year revenue average instead. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing for small business remains to be seen. Those that support the new rule...


Veterans Administration Increases VOSB and SDVOSB Small Business Spending Goals

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You may recall a landmark court case three years ago that made it all the way up to the Supreme Court; a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB), Kingdomware Technologies, took on the Veterans Administration (VA) over “the rule of two”. The rule of two, which is laid out in Congress’ 2006 Veterans Act, states that if the VA finds that there are at least two veteran-owned small businesses (VOSB) or SDVOSBs capable of doing the work, the contract must be...



SMART PROC 2017: A Small Business Gateway to GovCon

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After describing the importance of taking advantage of networking opportunities in the Federal space, and Federal efforts to enhance small business contracting, EZGovOpps is excited to discuss the 2-day SMART PROC 2017 procurement conference in Frederick, MD. From November 30th to December 1st, 2017, small businesses will have the opportunity to connect with industry leaders and procurement officials who will offer valuable insight into a wide range of contracting topics and specialties. For the 15th iteration of the annual conference, SMART...



US Army Seeking Input on Army Reserve Portal Tool

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UPDATE: While MICC continues to work on the new ARPT opportunity, the original incumbent has been awarded a bridge contract for continued services. TrueTandem, LLC was awarded a 6-month task order on December 27th through its GSA Schedule contract for a currently unspecified amount, according to the released Limited-Source Justification. U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) in Fort Sam Houston is planning a contract for full-scope services for the Army Reserve Portal Tool (ARPT) in support of the U.S....



Are Federal Agencies Meeting Their Small Business Goals?

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The Federal government has continued efforts to provide contracting dollars for certified small businesses. With new rules and set-asides in place, and the final procurement numbers from FY16 published by the SBA, EZGovOpps can report on some of the successes and failures of Federal agencies in meeting their small business goals. Overall, the SBA graded Federal government small business efforts in FY16 with an “A,” with some real success evident in certain areas of procurement.  Small disadvantaged businesses, for example,...



The POTUS budget proposal and small business impact

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After the election, EZGovOpps made predictions on how the FY18 budget would look in terms of contracting and how Linda McMahon would affect the SBA as it’s administrator, the damage that EPA cuts could do to small business. Our analysts have also made important guides on Federal programs supporting the success of set-aside contracts for Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) and Women-Owned Small Businesses. Now, with the release of the President’s “Budget Blueprint,” EZGovOpps will take a look at the potential...



2017 – The State of WOSBs

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Improvements in WOSB contracting In light of some of the recent success of Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs) in the federal contracting space, EZGovOpps has decided to take another look at other successes, opportunities, and challenges that lie ahead for WOSBs. Using data compiled by the EZGovOpps platform and federal sources, our analysts were able to put together a comprehensive picture of how far WOSBs have progressed in government procurement, and where there is room to grow. The big milestone for...


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Selling to the government: A guide to small business contracting strategy

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Government contracting is a business with great rewards… and great confusion. The government is unlike any other customer. Its rules, laid out in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, or FAR (sometimes called the contractor’s Bible) cover a whopping 1,925 pages. Its needs are opaque, complex, and sometimes classified. Gathering intelligence on potential bids can leave you either digging fruitlessly for information or drowning in endless solicitation appendices. Between contract hunting, bidding and compliance, there’s not a lot of time for a...



What SBA subcontracting limitations mean for your business

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Final Ruling In June 2016, the Small Business Administration (SBA) made a final ruling on provisions first set out in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2013. In the ruling, the SBA made an important decision on the limitations of subcontracting in small business set-aside contracts. Starting June 30th, 2016, any subcontracting by a prime small business contractor to a “similarly situated entity,” a small business which meets the same standards, will not be limited by subcontracting work requirement...



What SBA nominee Linda McMahon means for women-owned small business

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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) co-founder Linda McMahon will head the Small Business Administration, President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team announced Wednesday. In a statement, Trump hailed her as “one of the country’s top female executives.” The wrestling magnate ran twice for the Senate in 2010 and 2012. Without more time in public office, McMahon’s positions on things like small business setasides are still somewhat unknown. Small women-owned government contractors, who are especially affected by the SBA, will have a lot of...