SBA Joint Venture Definition and Meaning

Is your company a qualified joint venture (JV) under SBA regulations? Understand the rules and get your company better positioned when bidding on federal government contracts. Improper joint venture relationships can lead to affiliation and contracts being revoked. In some situations, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has brought criminal charges… Read more »

Native American Indian Incentive Program

On of the most under-utilized tools in federal government contracting is the Native American Indian Incentive Program (IIP) or Native Indian Incentive Program. This program is sponsored by United States Congress and allows for a 5% rebate back to prime government contractors on amounts subcontracting to Native American Indian-Owned Companies…. Read more »

SBA Negative Control Definition 13 CFR 121.103

Does Your SBA Operating Agreement Comply With the Rules Under 13 CFR 121.103? If Not, You Can Lose Your Contract. When making size determinations and affiliation under the negative control definition for small businesses, the SBA not only looks at finding actual control over the protested business but also whether a non-disadvantaged… Read more »

Contractor Teaming Agreement Best Practices

Applying contractor teaming agreement best practices can create a great tool to “get your foot in the door” in Federal government contracting.  As best practices for small business success in government contracting, they are vital when bidding for substantially large contracts, such as federal government agency projects.  However, federal contractors should… Read more »