SBA DC Headquarters and Outlook Law Speaking at ANVCA

By: Outlook Law, LLC on 05/08/2022

Outlook Law, LLC, is pleased to announce that its managing partner, Christine V Williams, will speak on a panel with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), at the Alaska Native Village Corporation Association (ANVCA) conference on May 10, 2022 at noon, which is open to the public.  The panelist from SBA are headquartered in DC and include the following:

  • Major L. Clark is the Office of Advocacy’s Deputy Chief Counsel for Advocacy (Performing the non-exclusive functions and duties of the Chief Counsel for Advocacy). Currently, he is leading the office and is responsible for the day-to-day operations for Advocacy. He is also the attorney responsible for government contracting issues, including regulations related to the HUBZone, 8(a), Small Business Innovation Research, and Minority Enterprise Development programs. In addition, he covers Research and Development, cybersecurity, Bureau of Industry and Security export regulations and is a member of Advocacy’s international team. Major has been a member of the Advocacy team since 1998.
  • Deputy Associate Administrator Antonio Doss–Office of Government Contracting and Business Development, he serves as a principal advisor to formulate and recommend policies that establish standards and procedures for the operation, improvement, execution, and oversight of small business contracting programs across the federal government. His responsibilities include, but are not limited to, implementation of the 8(a) Business Development Program, Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) program, the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) program and the SBA Mentor-Protégé Program.
  • Attorney Sam LeDirector for the Office of Policy Planning and Liaison, Office of Government Contracting and Business Development. He is responsible for small business government contracting regulations, small business size standards, and small business prime contracting goals for executive agencies.  As director, Sam developed governmentwide policy changes to promote small-business utilization in Federal procurement. These included major changes to the Category Management program and new methods for analyzing small-business procurement data. He oversaw the comprehensive review of SBA’s size standards and guided the Federal Acquisition Regulation Council’s amendments to the FAR small-business rules.