The Small Business Administration published a final rule implementing section 870 of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2020 regarding the requirements that apply to a federal contractor seeking to obtain subcontracting credit on certain types of federal contracts.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced four upcoming Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act meetings throughout September to discuss the development of a standard for heat injury and illness prevention in outdoor and indoor work settings.
Most architectural firms are small practices with fewer than 20 employees, which according to Joshua Zinder, AIA — managing partner of JZA+D, the 14-person integrated design firm he founded in 2006 — puts them in a position to produce important innovation and bring value and growth to their communities.
The Department of Labor announced upcoming opportunities in 2023 for small business owners and other entities to join the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for a series of Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act panels to explain the possible impacts to small business from OSHA’s pending rulemaking on heat injury and illness prevention in outdoor and indoor work settings.
Construction Officials Urge Congress to Quickly Pass New Coronavirus Relief Measure and Start Work on Broader Recovery Measures, Including New Infrastructure Funding and Pension Relief
April 22, 2020
The new loan funding will help thousands of construction firms to retain essential construction jobs amid rapidly declining demand for construction services. As one of the relatively few sectors of the economy still operating, construction firms still have significant payrolls in need of protection.