News Monthly Archives: June 2015

OHA Explains How the Nonmanufacturer Rule Works

Nonmanufacturer Rule Class Waivers: SBA OHA Explains How They Work Source: SMALLGOVCON, Article written by Steven Koprince, Published June 3, 2015 Under the nonmanufacturer rule, a class waiver applies to a procurement only if the NAICS code, Product Service Code … Continued

VA’s Vet-owned Small Business Goals Questioned by Whistleblower

Congress to Examine Fraud in VA’s Vet-owned Small Business Goals Lawmakers on Tuesday will hear allegations of manipulation and fraud by Veterans Affairs Department employees into the agency’s goals for serving veteran-owned and service disabled-owned small businesses. Heading up the … Continued

A SDVOSB Persuades the Supreme Court to Consider Case

Veteran-Contract Spat Taken Up by High Court A veteran-owned business passed over for a federal contract persuaded the U.S. Supreme Court to consider its challenge Monday. The owner of Kingdomware Technologies qualifies as a service-disabled veteran, and the business participates … Continued

Sources sought for Restoration of Wood Paneling

GSA Sources Sought for Restoration of Chicago Historic Post Office The General Services Administration (GSA) is seeking qualified small business contractors (including small disadvantaged businesses such as HubZone Certified, 8(a) Certified, Service Disabled Veteran-Owned and Women-Owned, etc.) with General  Construction … Continued

Disaster Recovery. Is Your Business Prepared?

Developing a Workable Disaster Recovery Plan is Critical for All Small Business Owners One of this region’s most expensive disasters unfolded the night of Sept. 9, 2013 when over 10 inches of rain fell in a 24-hour period, devastating Boulder, … Continued

Is Your Subcontracting Plan in Compliance?

Subcontracting Plans: How Implementing Best Practices Now Can Save You Headaches Down the Road As a federal contractor, there are already many areas where you must track your compliance with the rules and regulations carefully. One area increasingly receiving greater … Continued