Legal Authorities Governing Federal Contracting and Subcontracting with Small Businesses
This report provides an overview of the various legal authorities governing small business contracting and subcontracting, as well as the relationship between them. It also explains the roles of the SBA, procuring activities, OHA, GAO, and other tribunals in implementing and construing the law governing federal contracting and subcontracting with small businesses. (See also Table A-1.) The report begins with the statutory authorities, then discusses the regulations implementing these statutes, and concludes by discussing the various judicial and other tribunals whose decisions regularly construe small business statutes and regulations. A companion report, CRS Report R42390, Federal Contracting and Subcontracting with Small Businesses: Issues in the 112th Congress, by Kate M. Manuel and Erika K. Lunder, describes measures that Members of the 112th Congress enacted or proposed in response to particular issues pertaining to small business contracting and subcontracting.
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