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Analyzing Information on Women-Owned Small Businesses in Federal Contracting Appendix A Workshop Agenda and Participants AGENDA Friday, April 30, 2004 Public Session 9:00 a.m. Introductions/Review of Agenda and Charge: Arleen Leibowitz 9:15 Background from the SBA: Eric Benderson, Associate General Counsel for Litigation, SBA 10:00 SBA current methodology: Andy White 10:30 Panel questions and discussion: Arleen Leibowitz 11:00 Government set-asides in other areas: R. Preston McAfee, Professor of Business Economics and Management, California Institute of Technology 11:30 What case law says about discrimination/underrepresentation: Robert Goldstein, Professor of Law, ULCA Law School 12:30 p.m. Lunch
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Analyzing Information on Women-Owned Small Businesses in Federal Contracting 1:30 The small business contracting process: Linda Oliver, Deputy Director, Peg Meehan, Assistant Director, and Sharon Drago, Assistant Director (via phone), Office of the Secretary for Defense, Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization 2:30 Review of statistics issues in discrimination: John Rolph, Chair, Committee on National Statistics 3:00 Panel questions and discussion of potential analytic methodology: Arleen Leibowitz 5:30 Adjournment PARTICIPANTS Eric Benderson, U.S. Small Business Administration William T. Bielby, University of California, Santa Barbara Sharon Drago, Office of the Secretary for Defense, Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Robert Goldstein, University of California, Los Angeles Arleen Leibowitz, University of California, Los Angeles Jonathan S. Leonard, University of California, Berkeley R. Preston McAfee, California Institute of Technology Peg Meehan, Office of the Secretary for Defense, Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Linda Oliver, Office of the Secretary for Defense, Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization John E. Rolph, University of Southern California Patricia A. Roos, Rutgers University-New Brunswick Michael Siri, National Research Council J.H. (Rip) Verkerke, University of Virginia Andrew White, National Research Council
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