HUBZone joint venture rules are very specific and can be complex. Failure to follow them can lead a small business down a serious path that harms the businesses future. The rules have what appear to be simple compliance terms. However, there are some tricky legal nuances that can cause a… Read more »

The SBA adopted new rules and revised 13 CFR 126.200(b)(6). HUBZOne small businesses must still comply with the required subcontracting requirements in the performance work statement. In other words, the company must certify in its bid that it will company with the limitation on subcontracting requirements with respect to any… Read more »

Contractors can sometimes make mistakes when calculating the SBA’s 35% HUBZone employee residency requirements when bidding for government contracts.  13 CFR 126.601 governs the residency requirement for HUBZone employees. Failure to comply with the rule can cause companies to lose out on millions in government contract awards. It is the small… Read more »

HUBZone Definition The HUBZone Program (Historically Underutilized Business Zone) is a United States Small Business Administration (SBA) program that provides some level of government contracting preferences for small company owners that operate their principle place of business in a designated consensus track and also provide jobs to employees who live in… Read more »

How to Get SBA HUBZone Certified Having SBA HUBZone certification opens many doors for you as a contractor.  It is important to understand the requirements that you must fulfill in a proposal submission and what is owed to you by the government in a request for proposal.  HUBZone stands for… Read more »