American Legion Says VA Contract Ruling Runs Afoul Of Law
This one is kind of complicated, but let's start with the story from Law 360:
The American Legion last week called on the Federal Circuit … [Read More...]
This is the main question within the veteran-owned small business community in light of recent events. Businesses with fewer than 500 employees account for:
99% of all employer firms,
jobs for … [Read More...]
Coley GSA recently reported that the GSA’s multibillion dollar OASIS (One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services) contract released on July 31st, (OASIS SB RFP and OASIS (Unrestricted) RFP), has … [Read More...]
Rep. Tammy Duckworth acknowledged a Virginia businessman probably did nothing illegal when he used a minor foot injury from 27 years before to qualify for a program to aid disabled military … [Read More...]
Billions of federal dollars were flowing to small businesses owned by service-disabled veterans, and a pair of construction contractors in St. Louis wanted a piece of it.
But … [Read More...]
Part three of a five-part series. To see all the stories and see video, documents and interactive graphics, click here.
Preventing fraud in the preference program aimed at helping small businesses … [Read More...]
This five part article is written by Mark Flatten for The Washington Examiner is the most comprehensive I've read on this serious issue.
Part II of this series on fraud in the SDVOSB procurement … [Read More...]
Well fancy that...Just after the Veteran-Owned Small Business Conference in St. Louis, several media stories have surfaced in the Washington Examiner on fraud within the SDVOSB set-aside program. We … [Read More...]
Our friends at Coley GSA offered some great advice in their most recent blog post: Review Your VetBiz Profile
On August 1, 2013, the Center for Veterans Enterprise (CVE) sent out an email to all … [Read More...]