HUBZone does not have to be the same HUBZone as the companys principal office e

Hubzone does not have to be the same hubzone as the

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HUBZone (does not have to be the same HUBZone as the company's principal office)e.Be certified by the U.S. Small Business Administrationii.Awards: Competition1.When competition is used, there must be a reasonable expectation that at least two eligible and responsible HUBZone firms will submit offers and that an award can be made at a fair market price. Additionally, the anticipated total value of the contract, including options, will exceed $7 million, including options, for acquisitions
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CON 200assigned manufacturing North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes and $4 million, including options, for all other acquisitions.iii.Awards: Sole Source1.A sole source HUBZone award may be made to participants if there isno reasonable expectation that offers will be received from two or more HUBZones and the ceiling price, including options, does not exceed $7 million for manufacturing NAICS codes and $4 million for all other acquisitions. There is no HUBZone sole source authority for requirements under the simplified acquisition threshold. A Justification and Approval is required for HUBZone sole source procurements.iv.For both a competitive or sole source HUBZone set-aside, the requirement must not be currently performed by an 8(a) participant under the provisions ofsubpart 19.8 or have been accepted as a requirement by the SBA under subpart 19.8.d.SDVOSB:A service-disabled veteran (SDV) means a veteran, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(2), with a disability that is service-connected, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(16).i.Eligibility1.Per FAR 19.1403, eligibility for the SDVOSB program requires:ii.Awards: Competition1.When a contracting officer establishes a set-aside contract for SDVOSB participants on the basis of competition, there must be a reasonable expectation that at least two eligible and responsible SDVOSB firms will submit offers and that award can be made at a fairmarket price. Also, the anticipated total value of the contract, includingoptions, will exceed $6.5 million, including options, for acquisitions assigned manufacturing North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes and $4 million, including options, for all other acquisitions.iii.Awards: Sole Source1.A sole sourceSDVOSB award may be made to participants if there isno reasonable expectation that offers will be received from two or more SDVOSB and ceiling price, including options, does not exceed $6.5 million for manufacturing NAICS codes and $4 million for all other acquisitions.
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