Small businesses have first dibs on some federal contracts

Shanoff, Barry
December 1998
World Wastes;Dec98, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p22
Trade Publication
Reports that some federal contracts worth up to $50,000 will be set aside for businesses with fewer than 15 employees and with annual revenue of less than $1 million in the United States. Trial basis of the program offered by the US Small Business Administration.


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