The SBA moves to resolve a vexing wrinkle in the Rule of Two

Contracting officers are supposed to use small business set-aside contracts if they think at least two small businesses are likely to bid on a request. It is called the Rule of Two. There is a dispute over whether the Rule of Two applies to task orders under indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contracts. Now the Small Business Administration is moving to resolve this question. For analysis, Federal Drive host Tom Temin turned to Rogers Joseph O’Donnell attorney Stephen Bacon.
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