SBP Unfortunately the Department of Veterans Affairs is the only Government

Sbp unfortunately the department of veterans affairs

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SBP: Unfortunately, the Department of Veterans Affairs is the only Government agency authorized to set acquisitions aside for veteran-owned small business. DoD can only set- aside acquisitions for Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Businesses. Small Business Program Decision Chart The Small Business Program Decision Chart is a job aid that can help you decide when a set- aside or sole source is appropriate for each of the following categories: Small Business Programs 8(a) Program HUBZone Program SDVOSB Program
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WOSB Program The Small Business Program Decision Chart can be found on DAU's Acquisition Tools and Resources page. This job aid includes both a table and flowchart formats for ease of use. Other Small Business Program Considerations When dealing with small business programs in DoD acquisitions, you and the acquisition team must be aware of the policies regarding consolidation and bundling. Select each of the Tabs to learn more. Select next to continue. Consolidation DFARS 207.170-2 excerpt: The use of a solicitation to obtain offers for a single contract or a multiple award contract to satisfy two or more requirements of a department, agency, or activity for supplies or services that previously have been provided to, or performed for, that department, agency, or activity under two or more separate contracts.” Note: Consolidating referred to in FAR 2.101 bundling definition has no association with the DoD definition for consolidation (DFARS 207.170-2) which implements 10 USC 2382. Consolidation Requirements Per FAR 7.107-3 , DFARS 207.170-3(a) with DoD Class Deviation 2013-O0021 , agencies shall not consolidate contract requirements with an estimated total value exceeding $2 million unless the acquisition strategy includes the results of market research; identification of any alternative contracting approaches that would involve a lesser degree of consolidation; and a determination by the senior procurement executive that the consolidation is necessary and justified. For the consolidation to be necessary and justified, an analysis must be conducted to demonstrate that the advantages of the proposed consolidation “substantially exceed” those of each alternative strategy. Your local Small Business Professional (SBP) and the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Procurement Center Representative (PCR) should be involved in helping to maximize small business utilization in the acquisition. The Component and agency OSBP directors must review and coordinate on justifications for bundling and consolidation (DoDI 4205.01, DoD Small Business Programs , Enclosure 2, paragraph 2(i)(2)) when acquisitions will be reviewed at those levels. Which Socioeconomic Program has eligibility based on the business’ geographic location?
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