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Title: Questioning the Sacred Cow: Reexamining the Justifications for Small Business Set Asides
Authors: Andrew George Sakallari
Keywords: Socioeconomic Policy
Dynamic Marketplace
Small Business Act
Small Business Set-Aside
Industry Base
Small Business
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2007
Publisher: Public Contract Law Journal
Citation: Unlimited Distribution
Series/Report no.: Socioeconomic Policy
Abstract: The use of small business set asides has generated consequences that run counter to some of the fundamental principles of government contracting, most notably the principles that full and open competition should be the norm, that procurement awards should be based on "best value" considering price and quality, and that all contractors should be given equal opportunity to compete. Despite these contradictions, set asides have survived due largely to their widespread appeal.
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