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Partner Nicole Pottroff Discusses Recent 8(a) Program Changes in Washington Post Article


Koprince Law LLC

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Our very own Nicole Pottroff was featured in the Washington Post yesterday, in an article titled: “SBA program upended in wake of Supreme Court affirmative action ruling.” This article covers SBA’s 8(a) Program and its recent changes, as well as the federal court decisions that sparked the changes and some of the more widespread concerns moving forward. As you probably know as one of our readers, the 8(a) Program has always been a subject close to our hearts here at SmallGovCon. We have been fortunate enough to help countless companies get into the program, stay in the program, and navigate all the opportunities and benefits it has to offer. As such, we have been blogging about the 8(a) Program since long before the recent changes. And since then, we have blogged consistently on everything from the federal court decisions at issue to the SBA’s implementation of the ordered changes to the 8(a) Program–doing our best to ensure our readers stay up-to-date on all things 8(a) in these times of uncertainty and change.

So suffice to say, we are excited to see the program being talked about on such a highly-esteemed, public, national forum. We are also very proud to see Nicole’s name in such a significant article on that forum. If you haven’t yet, please go check out the article linked here.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2023/09/07/sba-8a-program-ruling-affirmative-action/
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