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Veterans Have to Play to Get Paid-The Rule of Two

Posted by Daniel McAuliffe on Apr 14, 2015 4:33:56 PM
<em>By <a title="Dan McAuliffe" href="http://whitcomblawpc.mystagingwebsite.com/attorneys/dan-mcauliffe-government-contracting/" target="_blank">Dan McAuliffe</a></em>

Satisfying the Rule of Two

The Veteran's Administration (VA) is a frequent target for criticism.  However, veterans themselves are responsible for some of that criticism because they fail to participate in programs designed to benefit them. For example in the case of VA procurements where veterans mistakenly assume there will be set-asides for veteran owned businesses. The VA will only set aside procurements for veterans if there are veteran businesses that are registered to compete for these procurement opportunities and the contracting officer can satisfy the rule of two requirement using normal market research. However, if the VA, or other federal agencies, seek veteran-business sources and find none the federal government is under NO obligation to set aside procurements.

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Topics: Government Procurement, sdvosb, Bid Protest attorney, bid protest lawyers, government contracts attorney, rule of two, SDVOSB, set-asides

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