What Large and Small Contractors Need to Know
For large contractors, putting together a subcontracting plan has been a fact of life for many years, but typically it is not a top priority. SBA is looking to change the prevailing approach to subcontracting plans though new regulations recently implemented, and this new approach includes a noticeable increase in audit activity. As a result, now more than ever it is critical for large firms to understand their obligations as well as learn what SBA will look for in an audit.
While the focus of subcontracting plans is on large contractors, it is also important for small businesses to understand the process and their role in it. In addition, SBA has recently implemented rules to help protect small businesses when they participate in a large firm’s subcontracting plan.
We invite both large and small businesses to join Jon Williams and Katie Flood for an informative webinar discussing subcontracting plans. We will share our experiences working with some of the largest contractors and the smallest suppliers to help you better understand the SBA’s rules and what makes a successful subcontracting plan.
Topics will include:
- Overview of subcontracting plan requirements and newly implemented rules
- Tips for implementing a successful subcontracting plan
- What SBA looks for in a subcontracting plan audit
- Role of the small business and the rules geared to protect them
|Date:||April 21, 2015|
|Time:||2:00 p.m to 3:00 p.m. EST|