In my legal career representing hundreds of small businesses in government contracting, few topics have caused as much confusion as the limitations on how much work can be subcontracted on small business set-aside contracts and sole source contracts (like 8(a) Program direct awards).
Earlier, working with my friends at Govology, I put together step-by-step compliance guides for service contractors, construction contractors, manufacturers, and nonmanufacturers. Each guide is written in plain English and includes examples to help demonstrate how the SBA’s limitations on subcontracting rule (13 C.F.R. 125.6) works in practice.
Here’s where to find my limitations on subcontracting guides:
- Limitations on subcontracting guide for service contractors.
- Limitations on subcontracting guide for construction contractors.
- Limitations on subcontracting guide for manufacturers.
- Limitations on subcontracting guide for nonmanufacturers.
While you’re on the Govology site, be sure to check out Govology’s live and on-demand training, including plenty of courses offered by the Koprince Law LLC legal team.
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