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Webinar: Recent Regulatory Changes for Small Business – Part One

August 18, 2016  
Start Date August 18, 2016
End Date August 18, 2016
Time 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Facility Webinar
Contact Info Benjamin Blanc
benjaminb@wispro.org
(414)270-3600
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Presented by Emily A. Constantine, Attorney, Husch Blackwell LLP

In order to be eligible for certain Federal programs and certain Federal contracts and subcontracts, you must be a “small business concern.” SBA’s size regulations, which are set forth at 13 CFR part 121, are used to determine eligibility for all SBA and Federal programs that require a concern to be small.

In the Final Rule issued May 31, 2016 (effective June 30, 2016), the Small Business Administration issued rules implementing the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act which will impact the rules of AFFILIATON.  According to US SBA regulations, affiliation exists when one business controls or has the power to control another or when a third party (or parties) controls or has the power to control both businesses. Control may arise through ownership, management, or other relationships or interactions between the parties.

Emily’s presentation will focus on the:

  • Understanding affiliation
  • Presumption of affiliation
  • The 70% rule
  • Affiliation and joint ventures
  • Implementation

Join the Wisconsin Procurement Institute and guest speaker for this 2 parts series webinar.

You will need to register to have access and be able to interact with the guest speaker– the web link will be sent to you after registering for the webinar.

Please note: registrations for webinars are limited to 25 registrants. Due to the limited space available, if you unavailable to attend the webinar, please contact Benjamin Blanc as soon as possible.

This webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit.

To view the complete Acquisition Hour Webinar Series schedule, please CLICK HERE

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