Women Business Owners Blocked From Fair Access To Federal Contracts
The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce provides a comprehensive report on the status of women-owned small business federal contractors and the Small Business Administration's seven year legacy of failure and subterfuge.
Even today, as women own nearly thirty percent of all firms in America, the federal government lags behind in doing business with women. Women lose billions of dollars every year as the federal government fails to meet the low five percent mark.
>>Read the report (PDF)
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