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Win More Business in 2023 with Top Women-Owned Contracting Trends

To help level the playing field for women business owners, the federal government's goal is to award at least 5 percent of all prime and subcontracting dollars to women-owned small businesses (WOSBs) each year. This free report provides an overview of the women-owned small business landscape, including insights into federal spending trends and opportunities.

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Produced by GovWin's industry leading analysts, this research provides an overview of the federal government's focus on enabling the success of Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs). Review the report to equip your government contracting organization with critical knowledge and to access exclusive resources such as an overview of the WOSB program, current federal spending trends and top opportunities to watch with requirements to award work to WOSBs.

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Women-Owned Small Business Program Eligibility Requirements:

Meet SBA Size Standards

Meet SBA Size Standards

To certify as a WOSB, your company must be a small business as defined by the Small Business Administration's (SBA) size standards.

Owned and Controlled by Women

Owned and Controlled by Women

To certify as a WOSB, you must be able to prove that at least 51% of your company is owned and controlled by women who are U.S. citizens.

Women in Leadership Roles

Women in Leadership Roles

To certify as a WOSB, you must be able to prove that women on your staff are in leadership roles that make long-term decisions and managed the day-to-day operations.


According to the SBA, there are more than 11,000 Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs) and Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Businesses (EDWOSBs) that have benefitted from the federal government's commitment to awarding at least 5% of all federal prime and subcontract awards to women-owned firms.

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