±²³´µ¶Can a large business perform the work better than a small business? ±²³´µ¶What subcontracting possibilities are there for large and small businesses?±²³´µ¶3) To be a qualified Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) small business concern a company must be a small business as determined by the size standards, have the principal office located in a HUBZone, be certified by the Small Business Administration (SBA), and meet what other requirement? [Explain the different types of small business set-asides, the Rule of Two, and the eligibility rules that firms follow to be eligible for a particular small business set-aside.]Have at least 35% of the company’s employees residing in a HUBZone ±²³´µ¶Have at least 35% of the company’s employees residing in a HUBZone but all must be residing in the same HUBZone as the company’s principal office ±²³´µ¶Have at least 50% of employees being economically disadvantaged ±²³´µ¶Have at least 50% of employees being socially disadvantaged±²³´µ¶Page 1 of 3DAU11/24/2015
4) You are working on an unrestricted Request for Proposal for the conversion of a payroll system at a Federal installation. The project is a highly complex non-commercial system with an estimated cost of $17 million. Historically, contracts of this magnitude have been awarded to large businesses; however several components are available from small businesses. Other than making this a total small business set-aside, what can you do to ensure small businesses have an opportunity to participate in contract performance?
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