Month: December 2019

Virginia Will Focus On Misclassification Of Workers As Independent Contractors

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12/19/2019Ratliff, Vania

In August 2018, Governor Northam signed Executive Order 16, which established the Inter-Agency Taskforce on Misclassification and Payroll Fraud. The Taskforce’s purpose was to make recommendations on how to measure and combat “misclassification” of workers as independent contractors in the view of the Commonwealth. The Taskforce included representatives from a variety of state agencies, such… Read more »

Compliance With Overlapping Solicitation Requirements

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12/12/2019Salmon, Daniel

The Berry Amendment Example Hopeful government contractors must be aware of all the requirements of a solicitation to avoid being deemed non-responsive.  This is rarely a simple task; however, when multiple clauses govern the same subject, the risk of error in following such requirements increases.  This article demonstrates such an issue by explaining the interworking… Read more »

Small Business Size Standards: Calculation Of Annual Average Receipts

12/10/2019Sterling, Michael L.

Transition From A 3-Year Averaging Period To A 5-Year Averaging Period As reported in the Federal Register, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA or Agency) is modifying its method for calculating average annual receipts used to prescribe size standards for small businesses. Fed. Reg. Vol. 84,  No. 234, Dec. 5, 2019. Specifically, in accordance with… Read more »