Small Business Size Protests, Appeals, and Determinations
At Centre Law & Consulting, we concentrate on the special needs of government contractors, while servicing a broad clientele across industries. We understand the needs of small businesses and have extensive experience in small business subcontracting issues. Our attorneys will help you successfully establish and retain eligibility for the small business programs, capture set-aside dollars, establish mentor-protégé relationships, review subcontracting plans and defend size protests.
Centre’s attorneys are intimately familiar with the various size standards and requirements applied by the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) in determining whether a business can be classified as small for purposes of government contract opportunities. Centre assists contractors in analyzing and gathering the information necessary to make decisions regarding small business size determinations, whether it be for a specific contract opportunity or for business planning and strategy purposes.
Centre Law & Consulting understands that small business subcontracting plans are one of the most important and challenging requirements for large government contractors. Government contract businesses that are other than small must ensure that they are doing their best to meet subcontracting goals set forth in each contract. The Centre Law & Consulting team possesses the necessary knowledge and background to help these contractors navigate important laws and regulations regarding small business subcontracting plans. In addition, Centre Law & Consulting advises small business clients on how to take advantage of opportunities that are available as a result of subcontracting plan requirements.
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||Barbara Kinosky – firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbara Kinosky is the Managing Partner of Centre Law and Consulting and has more than twenty-five years of experience in all aspects of federal government contracting. Barbara is a nationally known expert on GSA and VA Schedules and the Service Contract Act, and she has served as an expert witness for federal government contracting cases