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- One of the easiest small business affiliation rules to apply is that a person that owns “50 percent or more of a concern’s voting stock. .. controls or has the power to control the concern.” 13 C.F.R. § 121.103(c)(1). It is far more difficult, however,... ›
Anatomy of a Protest at the U.S. Court of Federal ClaimsThe next in our Infographics series shows the anatomy of a Protest at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Although protests at the Court are not subject to the same timeline as at the GAO, this infographic provides a step-by-step timeline of a typical COFC... ›
The Bayh-Dole ActThe Bayh-Dole Act allocates rights for intellectual property developed with federal funds between contractors or grant recipients and the government. This infographic provides an overview of the Bayh-Dole Act, the steps that must be followed for contractors/grantees to retain ownership of title to IP,... ›
GAO Post-Award Protest TimelineWe're excited to announce a new series of infographics on our Government Contracts Insights blog. These infographics will highlight key trends and tips for companies in the government contracting community. Our first infographic focuses on the GAO Post-Award Protest Timeline, providing an in-depth timeline... ›