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No subcontracting plan is required since the acquisition is less than $2.5 million. Yes, a subcontracting plan is required. A master subcontracting plan with goals would be most appropriate. 5) Which of the following applies to a small business participation plan, rather than a subcontacting plan? [Compare and contrast subcontracting plans and small business participation plans and the elements of each in the source selection evaluation process.] It evaluates overall small business participation and can be a rated evaluation factor. It is evaluated against requirements of FAR 52.219-9 included in the solicitation. It is pass/fail. It requires coverage of all 11 required elements in accordance with FAR 19.704. 6) Monetary incentives for small business subcontracting may be appropriate when which of the following conditions are present? [Recognize when monetary incentives may be appropriate in the solicitation and contract.] The incentive is necessary to increase subcontracting opportunities. The government is contracting by sealed bid. A subcontracting plan is not required. The incentive exceeds economical contract performance. 7) Under a cost-reimbursement contract, a prime contractor with an approved purchasing system issues a cost-plus-fixed-fee subcontract. When must notification be made to the government?
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