Steven Koprince, J.D. and B.A.

Steven Koprince, J.D. and B.A.

Steven Koprince is Managing Partner at Koprince Law LLC in Lawrence, KS, with a practice focusing on federal government contracts law.

Steven has successfully represented small government contractors in GAO bid protests, SBA OHA size protests and appeals, 8(a) and service-disabled veteran-owned small business eligibility challenges, and many other government contracting matters. In addition to helping small businesses resolve legal disputes, Steven helps clients address compliance issues arising under the FAR, SBA size and affiliation regulations, and others laws.

Steven is the author of The Small-Business Guide to Government Contracts (AMACOM Books, 2012), and Government Contracts Joint Ventures and SBA Small Business Size and Affiliation Rules, which are Volume 1 and 2 in a series of new government contracting guides called “Koprince Law LLC GovCon Handbooks.” He has also published a number of articles on government contracting, which have appeared in leading legal and industry publications. Steven has spoken to audiences across the country on government contracting and small business matters, and blogs regularly on similar topics at SmallGovCon (smallgovcon.com). Steven has discussed federal government contracting issues on Federal News Radio, and has been quoted in publications such as the Washington Post, Law360, Federal Computer Week, and others.

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This post originally appears in SmallGovCon Despite a longstanding and very common misconception, the VA’s SDVOSB verification requirement doesn’t apply to non-VA SDVOSB contracts. As the SBA Office of Hearings and Appeals recently reiterated, it was “simply not correct” to believe that a company was required to be verified in VetBiz to be awarded a

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