Entrepreneur.com DAILY blog story posted by Kristin Edelhauser

The SBA has proposed a new rule designed to increase women's share of federal contracting dollars, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The proposal allows federal contracting officials to set aside contracts for women-owned small businesses. The rule, seven years in the making, is intended to help federal agencies reach a goal of awarding 5 percent of federal contracts to female owners.

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