The Small Business Runway Extension Act of 2018 is now law. As we discussed in a previous post, the Act changes the look-back period for calculating gross annual receipts from three to five years for purposes of determining size. In the coming year the Small Business Administration will likely promulgate implementing regulations interpreting the new law. We will be closely monitoring developments.
Damien C. Specht is a partner in the firm’s Government Contracts & Public Procurement practice in the Northern Virginia office. Recognized by multiple publications as a rising star, Mr. Specht represents clients in all facets of government contracts mergers and acquisitions, as well as Federal Acquisition Regulation counseling, negotiation of subcontracts and teaming agreements, contract disputes, size protests, and both pre- and post-award bid protests. More ›
Lauren Horneffer is an associate in the Litigation Department of Morrison & Foerster’s Northern Virginia office. She counsels government contractors of all sizes in a wide variety of litigation including bid protests, contracts claims and disputes, size determinations, and False Claims Act cases. More ›