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SBA Government Contractor Regulations Mean Changes for Small Business

Small Business Trends - May 4, 2016

Partner and Co-Chair of the Firm's Federal Contracting Group, Ed DeLisle, was interviewed by Paul Chaney for the Small Business Trends interview, "SBA Government Contractor Regulations Mean Changes for Small Business." The full interview is available on the Small Business Trends website.

By: Paul Chaney

The Small Business Administration (SBA) last year issued proposed rules that could significantly alter the contracting experience for all small businesses in 2016 and beyond.

Specifically, the changes, made in the Small Business Government Contracting and National Defense Authorization Act of 2013 Amendments, will affect the “Mentor-Protege” program for government contractors.

Small Business Trends spoke by phone with Edward DeLisle, an attorney in Philadelphia, Pa., and a member of the Section of Public Contract Law of the American Bar Association, which helped draft a comment on the bill, to get the details on what these changes mean for small businesses moving forward.

The full interview is available here.