On February 11, 2014, I hosted a webinar entitled “The Perks, Procedures, and Pitfalls Relating to WOSB Certification” for Women Impacting Public Policy (“WIPP”) and Give Me 5 (“GM5”). You can watch and listen to the hour- long presentation here.

Please visit the GM5 website for information about my additional upcoming WOSB/EDWOSB webinars. Topics

We’ve all heard about the “glass ceiling” experienced by women in the workplace. The term “glass ceiling” first appeared in an article published by the Wall Street Journal in 1986 and was used to describe the invisible barriers that women faced as they tried to climb the corporate ladder. While things seem to be better

We recently posted an article discussing changes to the limitations on subcontracting rules for small business federal contractors.  The changes were marshaled in by Congress as part of the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (“NDAA” or “the Act”), which actually includes a number of other changes affecting small business contractors.  Several of those changes are

By: Edward T. DeLisle & Maria L. Panichelli

Last year, after over a decade of discussion, the Small Business Administration (SBA) finally implemented a federal contracting program specifically designed to assist small businesses owned by women. This program authorizes contracting officers to set aside federal contracts for eligible WOSBs (woman-owned small businesses) and EDWOSBs (economically

By: Edward T. DeLisle

On Thursday, January 12, 2012, the Small Business Administration issued an interim final rule, which alters the protest procedures pertaining to its Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Program. The changes serve two primary functions. First, when the SBA implemented the WOSB program by publishing a final rule in the Federal Register on