Tips From HUBZone Fraud & False Claims Act Whistleblower Attorneys

Avoid Liability for HUBZone Fraud and False Claims Act Violations Small businesses seeking to avoid liability for HUBZone fraud should develop internal policies and controls that focus on compliance with SBA rules and regulations. More and more companies are finding themselves subject to False Claims Act violations and civil and… Read more »

Tips for HUBZone Certification Requirements

By Theodore P. Watson, Esq. and Cheryl E. Adams, Esq.  The SBA HUBZone Certification Program Having an SBA HUBZone certification opens many doors for you as a contractor.  It is important to understand the requirements that you must fulfill in proposal submission, as well as what the government is required… Read more »

What is an SBA Size Protest?

An SBA size protest is a legal challenge to the agency’s decision to award a government contract because of the awardee’s alleged small business size violation. Specifically,  the protestor challenges the awardee size status by asserting and providing a legal and factual basis for the size protest. 13 CFR 121.1001… Read more »

SBA Joint Venture Agreements 3 in 2 Rule Changes

Never Guess At the SBA Affiliation Rules, You May be Wrong. SBA joint venture rules can be confusing the say the least. Yet, many companies tend to roll the dice and then late become subject to a small business size protest and lose the profits and revenues from the awarded… Read more »

CPARS Ratings, Fapiis Past Performance and Contractor Integrity Data

CPARS Ratings, Fapiis Past Performance and Contractor Integrity Data – What Every Federal Government Contractor Needs to Know By Cheryl E. Adams, Esq. The Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS Rating Scale) exists to provide government source selection officials (SSOs) with a variety of types of information that SSOs need… Read more »