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Agencies end 20 years of contracting failures

For the first time ever, agencies met the governmentwide goal for awarding contracts to women-owned small businesses.
The Small Business Administration announced March 2 that 5.05 percent of all “eligible” contracts went to women-owned small businesses in fiscal 2015, surpassing the goal of 5 percent established in 1994.
SBA defines “eligible” contracts as only those that a small business could have a chance at winning so that removes products such as tanks or ships as well as other large services such as running an Energy Department national lab.
SBA says women-owned businesses received $17.8 billion in contracts last year out of a total of $352.2 billion that it considers eligible.

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