The SBA has rejected several recommendations for major changes in how the SBA calculates small business size status.
In commentary published in the Federal Register on April 27th, the SBA rejected (among other things) recommendations that it use average employee count to evaluate the sizes of construction firms and that other firms’ sizes be measured by profits or net worth instead of average annual receipts.
The SBA’s commentary accompanied the publication of the SBA’s revised Size Standards Methodology White Paper, which is now available on the SBA’s website. The White Paper explains how the SBA establishes, reviews, and modifies its small business size standards.
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