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Government Contracting: Federal Efforts to Assist Small Minority Owned Businesses
William B. Shear (au)
Each year, the government obligates billions in contracts to businesses -- nearly $537 billion in FY 2011. About $104 billion (19.4%) was obligated to small businesses, and over $36 billion of this amount was obligated to small businesses that identified themselves as minority-owned (see figure). This report describes (1) what federal agency officials and advocacy groups identified as challenges small, minority-owned businesses may face in seeking federal government contracts -- including any linguistic or cultural barriers -- and agenciesäó» efforts to address them; and (2) what information is available on federal efforts to assist small, minority-owned businesses in contracting with the federal government. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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