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QUESTION: Federal Contracting Outside the Continental United States
My firm, Group V is a certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). We are interested in serving the Department of Defense and other Agencies outside the US.  Our services are generally selected through a qualifications-based process (Brooks Act) and are consulting in nature.

We recently attended the 2015 Fall National Small Business Federal Contracting Summit in Washington, DC. One of the featured speakers mentioned changes to the FAR, or perhaps other regulations that will require Federal Agencies to advertise some contracts as set-aside, beginning in 2016. I'm not sure which speaker brought this to light but am interested in finding out more.  This has been a point of contention for my firm and others as we've been excluded as both a prime contractor, an in some cases a subconsultant as there haven't been stated set-aside goals in the solicitations we typically review through Federal Business Opportunities. We've done some preliminary research but haven't found the appropriate citation(s). We would appreciate some guidance in this matter. My contact e-mail is

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