Small Business Contracting May Be Very Different In 2016

Law360, New York (December 16, 2015, 10:27 AM EST) -- Edward T. DeLisle

Jacqueline J. Ryan In the past year, the Small Business Administration has issued proposed rules that will likely result in major regulatory changes. Some of the most important changes are those relating to its mentor-protege program, and the performance of work requirements for prime contractors. The proposed rules affecting these areas have the potential to substantially alter the landscape of small business contracting in 2016.

The Actions of the Small Business Administration in 2015 Could Bring About Substantial Changes to Mentor-Protege Programs in the Coming Year

The intent of mentor-protege programs, generally, is to partner small business concerns...

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