Tenley A. Carp


Direct: 202.677.4066
Fax: 202.677.4067
2100 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Suite 350S
Washington, District of Columbia 20037


Tenley, a partner and leader of the Government Contracts practice, is an indispensable resource for AGG’s government contracts clients. She focuses on due diligence in mergers and acquisitions in the government contracts context. She has been involved in numerous highly complex transactions on both the seller and the buyer side, including deals that involved obtaining approval from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S.; entering into national security agreements; and mitigating foreign ownership, control, or influence by employing various mitigation measures.

Tenley also negotiates government contracts, provides astute counseling, oversees audits and investigations, and handles bid protest litigation and claims. Building on 30 years of experience in connection with more than 100 litigation matters alone, Tenley thoughtfully advises clients with respect to the intricacies and nuances in the bid protest and claims processes before the U.S. Government Accountability Office, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Hearings and Appeals, United States District Courts, the U.S. Civilian Board of Contract Appeals, the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, the Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Dispute Resolution, U.S. Department of Navy’s Suspension and Debarment Official, and the U.S. Postal Service’s Supplier Disagreement Resolution Official.

Prior to joining AGG, Tenley served as an assistant general counsel at the U.S. General Services Administration and worked as a government contracts attorney in the private sector at two large law firms. She is a forward-thinking, productive entrepreneur who actively drives businesses toward successful outcomes. In addition to practicing law, she launched a business early on in her career, which involved designing a web-based software program allowing citizens to respond to jury duty online or by phone. She obtained a U.S. Patent on the Automated System and Process for Conducting Jury Voir Dire in connection with her software program.


  • Successfully represented a buyer in connection with an asset purchase agreement providing for the transfer by seller of certain assets, including its government contracts and the assumption by buyer of certain liabilities relating to such government contracts. This transaction also involved the drafting of all documents necessary for a novation agreement that required (and received) written approval from the U.S. government.
  • Successfully represented a seller in the equity sale of its disaster recovery business to a large, strategic buyer. As seller was initially awarded an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contract by Federal Emergency Management Agency as a small business, this transaction required careful analysis and explanations of the seller’s representations with respect to its size status throughout the life of the multi-year contract.
  • Successfully represented the seller of a company in the mental healthcare services industry holding 27 federal government contracts across multiple federal government agencies; performed due diligence on all contracts and drafted government contracts schedule for unit purchase agreement.
  • Successfully represented a seller in the equity sale of its tungsten alloy products business to a buyer whose ultimate parent company was a foreign entity. As seller’s largest customer was the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Agency, the parties were required to obtain approval for the transaction from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. and enter into a national security agreement to mitigate any national security risks. The parties also obtained Hart-Scott-Rodino approval and worked on foreign ownership, control, or Influence mitigation.
  • Successfully represented federal government contractor in the process of submitting a novation agreement to the General Services Administration resulting in the novation of the company’s GSA Schedule from one corporate entity to another.
  • Performed due diligence focused specifically on a Target Company’s multiple government contracts on behalf of my client, the purchaser of such Target Company.
  • Successfully represented a small technology company in obtaining a 20-year contract with the General Services Administration; such contract is referred to as a “GSA Schedule.” Drafted memorandum of law for the company outlining compliance obligations imposed on federal government contractors holding GSA Schedules.
  • Successfully represented a client in a protest at the U.S. Government Accountability Office. The Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) multiple award contract valued at approximately $220 million in future task orders was problematic from the start. The first solicitation was canceled due to COVID. The second solicitation resulted in a contract award to the client. But, due to a protest, VA took corrective action, which reversed that decision because its subcontractor did not have an updated SAM registration. Not only was it not the client’s fault that its subcontractor’s SAM registration had lapsed (the founder had unexpectedly died), but Tenley convinced VA that the evaluation criteria did not require a subcontractor to have an updated SAM registration at the time of award; only the prime contractor needed that. VA agreed to take corrective action, which resulted in the client receiving a potentially lucrative contract award.
  • Successfully represented a prime contractor in litigation filed by one of its subcontractors. The subcontractor filed a lawsuit in a state court in Alabama (without attaching any documents to its Complaint) alleging that the prime contractor failed to pay it a 60% work share of awarded labor dollars on a federal government contract, as agreed to in the parties’ Teaming Agreement. Tenley removed the lawsuit to the Middle District of Alabama and included the governing documents — the Teaming Agreement, a Master Subcontract, and the governing Subcontract Agreement — which showed that the parties had mutually agreed to a work share of 49%, not 60%. Tenley filed a Motion to Dismiss on behalf of her client and it was quickly granted with prejudice.
  • Successfully represented a company in a $1 million Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loan forgiveness partial denial matter. SBA had issued Tenley’s client a partial denial of its PPP loan amount and argued that FCA was a financial business primarily engaged in lending and that lenders were per se ineligible for PPP loans. Tenley argued that FCA had moved its business to Texas and set itself up as a legitimate Texas credit access business which merely facilitated the loans but did not initiate them. After two rounds of appeals and explanations of information in her client’s tax returns, SBA agreed to full PPP loan forgiveness.
  • Successfully represented a large government contracts reseller (and subsidiary of a Fortune 500 company) in a claim against the D.C. government in the amount of $500,000 based on the D.C. government’s excess use of archiving software and storage capacity. After the D.C. government denied the company’s claim, the company appealed the decision to the D.C. Contract Appeals Board. The D.C. government ultimately paid immix the claimed $500K in exchange for the company’s willingness to withdraw the appeal.
  • Represented the largest pistachio and blueberry farmer in the U.S. in its $1.6 million Paycheck Protection Program appeal at the U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Hearings and Appeals. After four months of litigation, the case was resolved in the pistachio farmer’s favor. SBA ultimately decided that the company’s PPP loan should be fully forgiven.
  • After AGG’s client won a $49 million contract for fingerprint and latent examiner services from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, a competitor protested at the U.S. Government Accountability Office. DHS originally wanted to take “corrective action” which would have resulted in an increase to the protester’s technical score. Tenley convinced DHS not to take corrective action. Ultimately, the protester decided to withdraw its protest which cleared the way for AGG’s client to begin contract performance.
  • AGG’s client requested assistance with its $2.6 million Paycheck Protection Paycheck loan. Its lender did not agree that its loan should be forgiven in full because it did not understand the calculations in the company’s PPP spreadsheet. Within days, Tenley was able to effectively communicate the facts to the lender and the company’s PPP loan was forgiven in its entirety.
  • Successfully represented a company in a $3 million Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loan forgiveness denial matter. In January 2022, a company requested assistance with its PPP loan forgiveness situation for two of its entities that had obtained PPP loans. In less than a month, Tenley secured a letter from SBA for one entity reflecting PPP loan forgiveness in its entirety and timely appealed the second entity’s loan forgiveness denial to SBA’s Office of Hearing and Appeals (“OHA”). Meanwhile, the company need not repay the lender on the second PPP loan since timely appeal of SBA’s denial of loan forgiveness automatically defers repayment until final OHA adjudication.
  • Successfully represented contractor in a claim filed before the U.S. Civilian Board of Contract Appeals. The certified claim alleged that the U.S. Small Business Administration over-deployed software beyond the contract terms of a contract modification. After a two-day hearing, the Board granted the claim, concluding in a legal precedent-setting written opinion that SBA’s over-deployed software entitled the contractor to damages in the amount of more than $1 million plus interest.
  • Recovered more than $2 million from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in satisfaction of two certified claims filed at the agency. Several weeks prior to a hearing at the U.S. Civilian Board of Contract Appeals, the agency agreed to an informal settlement of both claims.
  • Successful representation in a protest filed at U.S. Court of Federal Claims alleging the U.S. General Services Administration erred by not selecting it from among 493 offerors as an awardee in connection with its Alliant 2 Small Business contract valued at $15 billion. The court sustained the protest on the merits and granted protester’s motion for permanent injunctive relief which resulted in rescission of contract awards to 81 companies and issuance of an amended solicitation. Recovered protesters’ attorneys’ fees.
  • Successful representation of a Fortune 50 company in a bid protest before the Government Accountability Office in a multi-party bid protest challenging the award by the Department of Justice of a contract valued at approximately $500 million to another bidder.
  • Represented federal government contractor investigated by U.S. government for potential civil and criminal violations of the False Claims Act and False Statements Act.
  • Successfully represented a $1 billion technology company in three successive claims against the Government, avoiding time-consuming and expensive litigation by negotiating settlements favorable to the client in each case.
  • Successfully represented client before the U.S. Department of Navy’s Suspension and Debarment Official, saving client’s business from remaining in the General Services Administration’s “Excluded Parties List System” database for three years and putting the company out of business. After explaining all extenuating circumstances pertaining to the failed deliveries of furniture, the SDO agreed to remove the Parties from the EPLS database.
  • Successfully represented client in a protest at GAO challenging the improper award of a contract by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to a competitor. The filing of the protest triggered the automatic suspension of the competitor’s contract. Twelve days after the protest was filed, CFPB took corrective action, which (1) gave the client another chance to win the award; and (2) extended the incumbent’s contract by nearly six months.
  • Represented a small radiopharmaceutical business in a post-award protest at GAO. The client challenged the award of a multi-year contract by VA to a subsidiary of a large business. After the client was forced to litigate for months, VA finally took corrective action. Recovered attorneys’ fees since GAO determined that the agency unduly delayed taking corrective action in response to several clearly meritorious challenges to the evaluation of the client’s quotation.
  • Successfully represented client by filing a pre-award bid protest filed at the Government Accountability Office. The protest alleged, among other things, that the solicitation issued by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in West Palm Beach, Florida, violated the Competition in Contracting Act of 1984 because the solicitation called for several proprietary products that only one large healthcare company in the United States could provide. CICA expressly requires agencies to promote competition to the maximum extent possible. Within one week of receipt of the bid protest, the Agency agreed to take corrective action by revising the solicitation in a manner designed to achieve competition.
  • Successfully represented her client in an agency-level protest filed with the Department of Veterans Affairs. In less than a month after the protest was filed, VA agreed to terminate the contract awarded to her client’s competitor and re-issue the solicitation. In agreeing to take corrective action, VA admitted that it failed to follow its own internal requirements, applicable procurement regulations and national security priorities with respect to procuring radiopharmaceuticals.
  • Successfully represented her client in the third of three pre-award protests filed at the U.S. Government Accountability Office challenging the terms of a solicitation issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs. On the day before the Agency Report was due, VA notified GAO that VA would immediately take corrective action exactly as it was requested in her client’s pre-award protest and requested that GAO dismiss the protest.
  • Successfully represented her client in the filing of two claims at the Defense Logistics Agency. The client had a very weak case on the issue of legal entitlement since the client had worked for DLA “at risk” (without signed modifications to its task orders). On the day before the Alternative Dispute Resolution, the judge from the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, DLA refused to put a dime on this case, and planned to sue the client for a significant sum in overpayments. DLA attended ADR only to “educate the client.” After more than eight hours of negotiations, DLA agreed to pay the client 67% of the claimed amount.
  • Successfully represented her client in a dispute with the U.S. Postal Service. After award of a contract for PBX maintenance support services to the client, the client began to incur additional costs due to unexpected changes to the contract added by USPS. The client filed a request for equitable adjustment, which was denied. The denial was appealed to the Postal Service Board of Contract Appeals. Soon thereafter, the parties engaged in meaningful settlement discussions, the result of which was that USPS has agreed to pay the client for all unexpected changes.
  • Successfully represented her client in a dispute with the Defense Contract Management Agency regarding questioned costs in the overhead pool, overhead base, G&A pool, G&A base and Material/Subcontract Handling base as well as direct costs on cost-type and time-and-material type contracts. DCMA‘s incurred cost audit of her client revealed nearly $500K in proposed unallowable costs. The appeal was filed at the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals. After several lengthy conference calls and one in-person meeting among counsel only, the parties were able to resolve the entire case informally without mediation or ASBCA involvement. The client’s nearly $500K in proposed unallowable costs were ultimately deemed allowable.
  • Counseled technology company with regard to the numerous compliance obligations imposed on federal government contractors and described the penalty associated with the failure to comply with or blatant misconduct of each of the listed compliance obligations.
  • Counseled the US subsidiary of a $1 billion company based in the United Kingdom with regard to the compliance obligations of the Buy American Act and Trade Agreements Act imposed on the U.S. subsidiary due to sales of its services to the federal government both on and off its GSA Schedule.
  • Drafted Code of Business Ethics and Conduct for $1 billion company and created an “Ethics Training” PowerPoint presentation for the company’s executive level officers and all salespersons who interacted with federal government personnel.
  • Drafted and edited numerous teaming agreement and subcontract agreements for a technology company serving as a subcontractor to multiple large systems integrators which hold prime contracts with various federal agencies.
  • Represented client in successful price negotiations involving cost or pricing data for a $250 million follow-on subcontract to provide materials to a large prime contractor managing and operating a U.S. national security site.
  • Successfully represented client in a bid protest filed at the Government Accountability Office involving a contract for the delivery of radiopharmaceuticals to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Durham, North Carolina. The protest alleged, inter alia, that the Agency failed to properly evaluate the prospective awardee and that the Agency erred in seeking a waiver to the Non-Manufacturer Rule. For more than two months after the protest was filed, the Agency attempted to justify its actions. When the contractor threatened to file a size protest at the SBA, the Agency relented. One day after such threat, the Agency informed GAO that it had erred in seeking a waiver to the NMR and would take corrective action by re-soliciting the requirement.
  • Successfully represented client in a pre-award protest challenging the terms of the solicitation for a five-year procurement of radiopharmaceuticals for all VA Medical Centers in Florida. After the VA agreed to take corrective action, the client expressed his appreciation in an email stating, “It was your expertise, skills, and passion that gave us this win. If it wasn’t for you, we would have been pushed to the side, which is what our competitors planned. I feel the real winner will be the VA, the taxpayer, and, most important, the patient. Now we can bid. Thank you.”
  • Focused Management, Inc. v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, CBCA 7324, Aug. 5, 2022, 22-1 BCA 38176, 2022 WL 3349579
  • Citizant, Inc.; Steampunk, Inc., B-240660.2, Jul 13, 2022, 2022 CPD 181, 2022 WL 2966725
  • Citizant, Inc. v. United States, United States Court of Federal Claims, June 09, 2021, 154 Fed. Cl. 8, 2021 WL 2371709
  • Immixtechnology, Inc. on behalf of Software AG Government Solutions, Inc. v. Department of Interior, CBCA 5866, Dec. 18, 2020, 22-1 BCA 37999, 2020 WL 7866680
  • AVER, LLC, B-419244, Nov. 2, 2022, 2020 CPD 360, 2020 WL 6484102
  • Eagle Acquisition XIII, LLC dba Concordia Nursing and Rehabilitation River Pointe v. Department of Veterans Affairs, CBCA 6667, Sept. 17, 2020, 20-1 BCA 37691, 2020 WL 5744017
  • Eagle Acquisition VI, LLC dba Concordia Transitional Care and Rehabilitation – Elizabeth City v. Department of Veterans Affairs, CBCA 6666, Sept. 8, 2020, 2020 WL 5496121
  • Applied Sciences & Information Systems, Inc. v. DDC Construction Services, LLC, United States District Court, E.D. VA, Norfolk Division, March 30, 2020, Slip Copy, 2020 WL 2738243
  • Frequentis USA, Inc., ODRA Docket No. 19-ODRA-00866, 2020 WL 4044063
  • Applied Sciences & Information Systems, Inc., B-418068.2, Dec. 26, 2019, 2020 CPD 122, 2019 WL 8587473
  • Creative Custom Products, B-417761, 2019 CPD 371, 2019 WL 5801799
  • Mystic Ventures Group, LLC, SBA No. SIZ-6006, May 21, 2019, 2019 WL 3408804
  • Citizant, Inc. v. United States, United States Court of Federal Claims, March 11, 2019, 142 Fed. Cl. 260, 2019 WL 1324502
  • Immixtechnology, Inc. on behalf of Software AG Government Solutions, Inc. v. General Services Administration, CBCA 6317, 2019 WL 650566
  • Viaco Construction Corp. v. Department of Veterans Affairs, CBCA 5716, Feb. 6, 2019, 2019 WL 495752
  • Immixtechnology, Inc. on behalf of Software AG Government Solutions Inc. v. Department of the Interior, CBCA 5767, June 15, 2017, 2017 WL 2705962
  • Horizon Industries,, Ltd. B-416222.2, Jul 11, 2018, 2018 CPD 235, 2018 WL 3629388
  • Enhanced Veterans Solutions, Inc., B-414189.2, Jul 25, 2017, 2017 CPD 246, 2017 WL 3278096
  • Immixtechnology, Inc. on behalf of Software AG Government Solutions Inc. v. Department of the Interior, CBCA 5767, Jun 15, 2017, 2017 WL 2705962
  • U.S. ex. Rel. Davis, v. District of Columbia, United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit, July 10, 2015, 793 F. 3d 120, 2015 WL 4153919


    • The George Washington University Law School, Juris Doctor
    • Tulane University, Bachelor of Arts - International Relations, International Relations
      • Omicron Delta Kappa
    • District of Columbia 1992
    • State of Maryland 1991
    • United States District Court for the District of Maryland 2019
    • United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit 2014
    • United States Court of Federal Claims 2002
    • United States District Court for the District of Columbia 1995
    • District of Columbia Court of Appeals 1992
    • Maryland Court of Appeals 1991
      • Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation (“CCF”), Greater Washington, D.C./Northern Virginia Chapter, Board Member and Past President
      • Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, Board Member and Golf Committee Chair
      • FBA Government Contracts Section, Small Business Committee Chair
      • Springboard Enterprises, Inc. Member, Board of Trustees
      • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, Pro Bono Mediator, Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division
    • French ( Proficient )



    • Distinguished Service Award recipient, The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation (CCF), Greater Washington, DC/Virginia Chapter, 2017


    • First place recipient of a $50,000 cash prize in the Council for Excellence in Government’s “Imagine E-Government Competition,” a competition announced by President Bill Clinton during the first live White House webcast. The 130 entries were judged on originality, feasibility and public value.


    • Springboard Venture Forum held at AOL Headquarters, one of 40 women (out of 350 who applied) selected to present business idea.


    • Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation (CCF) “20/20 Club Member” for raising more than $75,000 for the charity.


    • Awarded a U.S. Patent on the Automated System and Process for Conducting Jury Voir Dire.



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    SBA makes sweeping change to 8(a) program after court ruling,” The Business Journals – August 17, 2023


    Billions in Fed Contracting Dollars Could Be at Stake After Supreme Court Decision,” The Business Journals – August 9, 2023


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    PPP Borrowers Are Facing More Scrutiny From the Feds, Whistleblowers,” The Business Journals – March 9, 2023


    Justice Department Left to Mop Up After Flood of PPP Fraud in Philadelphia and Across the Nation,” Philadelphia Business Journal – February 16, 2023


    Their PPP Loans Were Forgiven, But They Were Under Investigation by the FBI. How Did That Happen?,” WCPO 9 – October 17, 2022


    Coronavirus Roundup: The Latest on the Federal Contractors Vaccine Mandate Challenge,” Government Executive – April 15, 2022


    Playbook for 2022: How Businesses Can Approach PPP Forgiveness, Appeals,” The Business Journals – January 4, 2022


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    SBA Gives Reprieve for Small Business Owners Appealing PPP Loan Forgiveness Decisions,The Business Journals – July 29, 2021


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    PPP Loan Forgiveness Process Could Drag Out for ‘Six to Eight Years,’Washington Business Journal – May 10, 2021


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    SBA Ordered to Release PPP Loan Details – and That Could Help Deter Fraud in a Second PPP Round,” Washington Business Journal – November 10, 2020


    SBA’s New PPP Loan Forgiveness Forms Raise Red Flags with Experts,” Washington Business Journal – November 4, 2020


    SBA Just Made PPP Forgiveness Easier for Smaller Loans. What About Everyone Else?,” Washington Business Journal – October 12, 2020


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    Process Begins for HVAC Contractors Seeking PPP Loan Forgiveness,” ACHR News – September 11, 2020


    Buying or Selling a Business? PPP Loans Will Complicate the Deal,” Washington Business Journal – September 1, 2020


    Ready for PPP Forgiveness? Here’s What to Know About Owner, Employee Pay,” Washington Business Journal – August 19, 2020


    SBA Has Opened Its PPP Forgiveness Portal. Here’s Why Many Small Businesses Will Have to Wait,” Washington Business Journal – August 10, 2020


    SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program Set to Expire Aug. 8,” Washington Business Journal – August 6, 2020


    A PPP ‘Double Dip:’ Some of D.C.’s Biggest Developers Scored Multiple Loans to Weather Coronavirus Crisis,” Washington Business Journal – August 6, 2020


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    A Here Are 7 Things to Know Before Applying for PPP Loan Forgiveness,” Atlanta Business Chronicle – August 4, 2020


    Potential Stimulus Bill Could Allow Companies in Bankruptcy to Pursue PPP Loans,” Washington Business Journal – August 4, 2020


    Tiered PPP Loan Forgiveness is Emerging in Republican Stimulus Bill,” Washington Business Journal – July 30, 2020


    PPP Loan Insurance? Yes, It Exists. But Some Experts Are Wary,” Chicago Business Journal – July 9, 2020


    Hundreds of Millions Go to COVID-19 Firms Accused of Fraud,” USA Today – July 7, 2020


    Congress Gets Full PPP Data, While Groups Push to Make More Public,” Washington Business Journal – July 6, 2020


    Will There Be A Second Stimulus Check? What is the HEROES Act?,” Business.com – June 19, 2020


    More Money for Owner and Employee Pay? Experts Weigh in on New PPP Law,” Washington Business Journal – June 12, 2020


    Small Businesses Could Be Caught in PPP Loan Forgiveness Process into 2022 – and Beyond,” Washington Business Journal – June 12, 2020


    New PPP Law Changes the Importance of Bonuses. Here’s Why,” Washington Business Journal – June 8, 2020


    A Math Error May Explain Why Many PPP Loans Will Fall Short of Forgiveness. But There Are Fixes,” Washington Business Journal – May 28, 2020


    SBA Officially Weighs In on Using PPP for Bonuses. Here’s What It Says,” Washington Business Journal – May 26, 2020


    Can Independent Contractors Take Both PPP And Unemployment? Well, Maybe,” Travel Agent Central – May 2020


    Small Businesses Note Another Flaw in SBA’s PPP as Reopening Costs Mount,Washington Business Journal – May 15, 2020


    Shifting SBA Guidance Could Create ‘Legal Mess’ for PPP Recipients,” Washington Business Journal – May 13, 2020


    European Investors Struggle to Access Pandemic Relief in U.S.,” Global Atlanta – May 7, 2020


    The Clock is Ticking, Yet Widespread Confusion Remains on PPP Spending Deadlines,” Washington Business Journal – May 6, 2020


    Big Brother is Eyeing Some PPP Loans. Here’s Why It Might be Time to Give the Money Back,” Washington Business Journal – May 5, 2020


    PPP Loan or No, Many Small Businesses Will Still Face Bankruptcy. Here’s What That Means,” Washington Business Journal – May 1, 2020


    SBA’s PPP Loan Forgiveness Might Be Difficult. Bonuses Could Help,” The Business Journal – Pacific Business News – April 28, 2020


    SBA’s PPP Loan Portal Opens Again – But These Business Groups are Still Shut Out,” The Business Journal – Pacific Business News – April 27, 2020


    Some Private Equity-Backed Breweries Could Be Eligible for PPP Loans,” Brewhound – April 2020


    Here are 7 Things Small Businesses Should Know about PPP Loans,” Atlanta Business Chronicle – April 2020


    Big Atlanta Companies Withdraw Billions from Bank Credit Lines,” The Atlanta Journal Constitution – March 2020

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