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Federal Contractors’ Guide to Small Business Administration Set-Aside Contracts, Size Standards, Size Protests, and Affiliation

Please see the following link for Fox Rothschild LLP’s Federal Contractors’ Guide to Small Business Administration Set-Aside Contracts, Size Standards, Size Protests, and Affiliation.  http://www.foxrothschild.com/douglas-p-hibshman/publications/federal-contractors-guide-to-small-business-administration-set-aside-contracts-size-standards-size-protests-and-affiliation/ The federal government sets aside a significant portion of its procurement dollars each year for purchasing … Continue reading

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WORKING FOR THE CLAMPDOWN: “Iran’s protests look like they are over, but their underlying reasons …

WORKING FOR THE CLAMPDOWN: “Iran’s protests look like they are over, but their underlying reasons haven’t gone away,” the Atlantic tweets. Funny, they don’t look like they’re over. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Iranian protests: World is watching response, US warns – BBC News

The US says "the world is watching" how Iranian authorities respond to anti-government protests that have broken out in several cities.Thousands of people have joined the protests, with scores arrested.A White House statement said Iranians were fed up with "the … Continue reading

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WCRC Award Protests Denied

As we previously reported, CMS awarded the Workers’ Compensation Review Contractor (WCRC) contract to Capitol Bridge, LLC, which was subsequently protested by two other companies who participated in the bidding process.  The protests were recently denied, but the decisions are … Continue reading

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Slate: Protests Are "Anti-Democracy"

Too funny: [The Occupy protests] are similar in their lack of focus, in their inchoate nature, and above all in their refusal to engage with existing democratic institutions. In New York, marchers chanted, "This is what democracy looks like," but, … Continue reading

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