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2014 Defense Act Language Aims to Boost Small Business Contracting

PentagonThe 2014 National Defense Authorization Act signed by President Barack Obama last week contains two provisions aimed at bolstering opportunities for small businesses in federal contracting, Fierce Government reported Thursday.

Ryan McDermott writes the $607 billion NDAA requires the Pentagon to ensure that contract work limited to the small business community is not subcontracted to bigger firms.

Another NDAA initiative provides incentives to larger prime contract awardees who partner with smaller companies, McDermott writes.

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