Department of Veterans Affairs: Contracting with Veteran Owned-Small Businesses

DIANE Publishing
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The fed. gov¿t. long-standing policy has been to use its buying power -- the billions of dollars it spends through contracting each year -- to maximize procurement opportunities for small businesses, including those owned by service-disabled veterans. The Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA) is to give first and second priority to small businesses owned by service-disabled and other veterans, respectively, when it uses small business preferences to award its contracts. The act also requires VA to establish contracting goals for service disabled veteran-owned small businesses and other veteran-owned small businesses. This report makes publicly available the contents of a briefing held on Jan. 30, 2009 which reviews the VA¿s goals. Charts and tables.
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Publisher
DIANE Publishing
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Published on
Feb 28, 2010
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Pages
33
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ISBN
9781437914443
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Language
English
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