A federal court decides when a contractor size rule actually takes effect

A few years back, Congress changed how the Small Business Administration would calculate whether a business qualified as small. It had been the average of three years of revenue. The new rule was five years. The question arose … when did the new calculus kick in. The question had real consequences for a company called Obsidian. To get the details, Federal Drive host Tom Temin talked with Smith Pachter McWhorter procurement attorney Zach Prince.