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U.S. Small Business Administration Gives GSA Top Marks in 2017 Scorecard

The U.S. Small Business Administration gave the General Services Administration an A rating on its 2017 Small Business Procurement Scorecard, the GSA announced Wednesday. This marks the agency’s eighth straight year receiving an A.

The Small Business Procurement Scorecard evaluates, among other things, the degree to which federal agencies achieve their small business contracting annual targets.

For FY 2017, more than 42 percent of the eligible contract dollars that the GSA awarded went to small business contractors.

GSA Administrator Emily Murphy pledged that her agency “will continue promoting ways for small businesses to compete for government contracts.”

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