New SBA rules to give women-owned businesses more leverage

07/23/2007 | American City Business Journals

Under new rules that the Small Business Administration is set to adopt, women-owned small businesses would be given the same preferences in bidding for federal contracts that are available to businesses considered to be disadvantaged. The rules would apply to contracts worth less than $3 million and would allow agencies to restrict competition for such contracts to businesses owned primarily by women.

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