Find out how to apply the requirements of the HUBZone Program to help certified HUBZone small businesses receive their fair share of contracting opportunities.
The Non-Manufacturer rule allows a small business to offer a product that it did not manufacturer under a small business set-aside if SBA has offered a waiver.
Learn how you may report fraud, waste, mismanagement or misconduct involving SBA programs or employees.
When a contract is awarded, a losing bidder may allege that a competing company misrepresented itself in a way that caused the contract to be awarded unfairly.
The Federal Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) is an organization of federal small business program officials and is a great resource for contracting officers.
Did you know that formal goals are in place to ensure that small businesses get their fair share of work with the federal government? Learn more about the process.
These resources will help you become familiar with the regulations that apply to most federal contractors.
The Certificate of Competency (COC) program allows a small business to appeal a contracting officer's determination that it is unable to fulfill the requirements of a specific government contract.
Learn more about procurement center representatives (PCRs) and how they help small businesses obtain federal contracts.
This directory features contact information for Government Contracting Field Staff, including Procurement Center Representatives, Commercial Market Representatives and more.
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The Partnership Agreement represents the delegation of SBA’s 8(a) contract execution authority to other federal agencies.
This report outlines the recommendations for the Task Force to ensure small businesses can participate in the nation's economic recovery.
SBA is responsible for managing and overseeing the small business procurement process throughout the federal government.
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