SBA Sets Record Straight On Mentor Protege Program 13 CFR 125.9

Federal government contractors interested in participating in the SBA’s mentor protege program may want to get acquainted the new rules. There some slight twists to the SBA’s new regulations that both mentors and proteges should be familiar with Under 13 CFR 125.9. Although simply put in the regulations, it is… Read more »

SBA Affiliation – Ostensible Meaning & Definition

SBA Federal Minority Owned Business Certification

Why is Affiliation an Important Issue? SBA determines whether an entity qualifies as a small business concern by counting its receipts, employees, or another measure including those of all its domestic and foreign affiliates, regardless of whether the affiliates are organized for profit. 13 CFR 121.103(a)(6). Many small companies have… Read more »

SBA Issues Important New Small Business Affiliation Rules

By virtue of congressional mandates, and under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the Small Business Administration (SBA) has made recent changes to various rules that regulate small business contracts including those set aside for designated SBA programs and the limitation on subcontracting. The highlights include mention of similarly situated… Read more »

SBA HUBZone Requirements & Qualifications 13 CFR 126

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 »