The unfortunate firing (translate: "retiring," or "wanting to spend more time with the family," or "stepping down" or "Get out--and don't let the door hit you in the a--") is viewed by some SDVOSB as … [Read More...]
There is a revolution coming in the way companies raise money. This revolution will be driven by Crowdfunding websites and recent changes in securities laws. Up until now, it has been against the law … [Read More...]
Steve Koprince has been a VetLikeMe contributor for four years, and he is particularly passionate about SDVOSB. His contributions have helped make VLM the authoritative SDVOSB/VOSB national … [Read More...]
In response to: Is Bob Changing the VA or is VA Changing Bob?
Hear him! Hear him!
Let me begin by saying I don’t envy Secretary McDonald. To say he has his work cut out for him would signal a … [Read More...]
VA watchdog's investigation contradicted
Donovan Slack, USA TODAY
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington, D.C.(Photo: H. Darr Beiser, USA TODAY)
WASHINGTON — The Department of … [Read More...]
by Steven Koprince
A large business has agreed to pay $1.1 million to resolve allegations that it created a “front company” to be awarded a SDVOSB set-aside contract–and then served as a “pass … [Read More...]
My wife and I own a couple of smoothie/food shops. As small-business entrepreneurs, we take a lot of pride in providing 55 jobs while making payroll every week, all self-financed as saved- and … [Read More...]
by Steven Koprince
In a recent SBA Office of Hearings and Appeals (OHA) size decision, a service-disabled veteran-owned small business’s operating agreement caused affiliation under the SBA’s … [Read More...]
This report started VetLikeMe. This complements the other "fraud" story in this issue, "Where Are They Now?"
STATEMENT OF JAMES J. O’NEILL, OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL
BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE … [Read More...]