SBA Announces Record Year for Small Business Contracts

May 2004
Welding Journal;May2004, Vol. 83 Issue 5, p11
Focuses on the prime contracting dollars awarded to small business by the federal government for the fiscal year 2003. Amount accumulated by small business with the federal government as prime contractors; Percentage increase of the prime contracting dollars; Benefit of the prime contracts for small business.


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