Govcon Giants’ podcast host Eric Coffie recently spoke with PilieroMazza’s Meghan Leemon where she offered insights on the all-new, effective immediately, SBA policy to suspend bona fide place of business requirements for 8(a) construction contracts. Meghan covers what is a bona fide office, why was it created, and how it impacts small businesses. The discussion also goes into other rules and changes recently implemented that may affect small business government contractors. Visit the link below to hear the full podcast.
Meghan is a member of PilieroMazza’s Government Contracts Group where she counsels businesses on a broad range of government contracting matters. She advises companies on small business procurement matters, particularly on issues related to eligibility and participation in small business federal procurement programs, such as the Small Business Administration’s Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs), 8(a) Business Development, and HUBZone programs as well as the All Small Mentor Protégé Program and the VA’s VetBiz VIP program. Meghan also assists clients in maintaining compliance with the FAR and small business regulations.
PilieroMazza is the go-to law firm for contractors navigating the complexities of doing business with the federal government. Clients benefit from the firm’s personalized service and collaborative approach to delivering holistic and effective solutions.
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