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  1. I am hoping someone may be able to shed some light in regards to the SBA’s “Three-In-Two” rule for Joint Ventures? SBA’s current regulations provide that a joint venture can be awarded no more than three contracts over a two-year period. I understand that the SBA has proposed changes and is planning to keep the two-year lifespan for joint venture awards, however is planning to get rid of the three contract maximum. I don’t believe this has taken affect just yet? Could someone confirm as to whether or not delivery orders and task orders awarded under an IDIQ, BPA or MAC are considere
  2. Morning everyone- Quick question regarding Joint Ventures. Can one be formed and qualify as a "Indian economic enterprise" to quailify for a bid on a competitive RFP thats coming out under the buy indian act? I understand the rules of ownership etc on the JV but I am more seeing if/how the JV would have to be structured from a ownership standpoint to qualify for the Buy Indian set aside. (The majority owner of the JV is a 100% tribally owned entity) Reading the FAR and other regulations I note that the requirement for SUBCONTRACTED labor is 50% to a native business if awarded under the by ind
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