Small Business Must Have “Unequivocal Control” of the Joint Venture to Meet Set-Aside Eligibility Requirements

Rogers Joseph O’Donnell – The Small Business Administration (SBA) allows certain joint ventures between small and large firms to qualify for small business set-aside procurements.  To qualify, the joint venture agreement (“JVA”) between the firms must include a number of specific provisions required by regulation.  Most importantly, the small business must control the joint venture […]
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