The SBA Gets Down to (Small) Business: Venable's 5-Part Series on the SBA's Proposed Rules to Implement the 2013 NDAA

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On December 29, the Small Business Administration (SBA) published substantial new proposed rules to implement requirements under the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), addressing a wide variety of issues affecting not just small business government contractors, but also large business government contractors that subcontract with small businesses. This week, Venable's Government Contracts Practice Group will examine the most significant changes that the SBA has proposed in a 5-part series, offering insights and take-aways for small and large businesses that could be affected by these proposed rule changes. Our installments will cover the following aspects:

  1. The Limitation on Subcontracting and Small Business Subcontracting Plans
  2. Identity of Interest, Size Protests, NAICS Appeals, and Certificates of Competency
  3. Calculation of Annual Receipts, Recertification Requirements, and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned and HUBZone Small Business Concerns
  4. Changes to the Nonmanufacturer Rule
  5. Affiliation Rules, Joint Ventures, and the SBIR and STTR Programs

Government contractors both large and small will want to consider these topics and determine if they want to submit comments in advance of the February 27, 2015 deadline.