USWCC Files Regulatory Comments on End of Self Certification for WOSB Program

Today, the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce filed regulatory comments to the Small Business Administration regarding how the SBA implement the Congressional mandate to end the much abused self-certification of women-owned firms for the ED/WOSB set-aside program.

You may download our comments here. Or, read below.

 

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