The Large Importance of Small Business
Small businesses participating in federal contracting have the ability to innovate and move quickly. As federal agencies spend increasingly more on unclassified contracts, it’s not surprising that obligations won by small businesses have increased annually as well, up to $130.7 billion in fiscal 2019 from $97.5 billion in fiscal 2015.
Join Bloomberg Government analysts as they dive into the large importance of small business – they’ll look at:
- Growth and impact of agency small business obligations over the last five years
- Projections for what to expect in fiscal 2020 and beyond
- Historical trends, rule changes, buying mechanisms such as Other Transaction Authority, and agency goals and initiatives
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