Years after Expiration of Mentor-Protege Agreement, Joint Venture Still Small Based on Status as of Proposal Date

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SBA regulations say that size is determined as of the date an offeror submits its initial proposal, with price. On its face, this rule seems pretty straight forward. But what happens if the initial proposal was filed six years ago? And what if the joint venture that submitted the proposal has since expired? Following OHA’s recent logic, the proposal-date rule stands even in these unique circumstances.

SOURCE: Years after Expiration of Mentor-Protege Agreement, Joint Venture Still Small Based on Status as of Proposal Date

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