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Win More Business in 2023 with Top 8(a) Contracting Trends

Businesses in the SBA's 8(a) program need to maximize their time in the program in order to successfully compete in the federal contracting space. This free report will help you identify the top trends, agencies, industries and multiple award vehicles allocating contract dollars to 8(a) firms.

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What's Inside

Produced by GovWin's industry-leading analysts, this research provides an overview of the Small Business Administration's 8(a) business development program and analysis on top government-wide, industry, agency and opportunity trends. Review the report to equip your government contracting organization with critical knowledge and to access exclusive resources such as a list of commonly used government contracting acronyms and 8(a) contract spending by NAICS code and agency.

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8(a) Business Development Program Benefits:

Robust Nine-Year Program

Robust Nine-Year Program

The Small Business Administration's 8(a) program is a robust nine-year program created to help firms owned and controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.

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Preferential Contracting and Training

Once certified, businesses eligible to participate in the program receive federal contracting preferences, training and technical assistance designed to strengthen their ability to compete.

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Dedicated Business Development Assistance

8(a) certified businesses are eligible to receive mentorship from proven firms through the SBA Mentor-Protégé program and one-on-one BD assistance from dedicated specialists.


8(a) contracting dollars are trending up with $21.72 billion spent in FY 2022.

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