Shall consider set aside if two or more offers anticipated If the requirement

Shall consider set aside if two or more offers

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Shall consider set-aside if two or more offers anticipated. If the requirement is currently in the 8(a) Program, must remain in 8(a) Program unless released by SBA. If < $6.5M for manufacturing and $4M for all other acquisitions, and no reasonable expectations of more than one HUBZone offer and award can be made at fair and reasonable price. No sole source authority under SAT. SBA SDVOSB CO may set aside prior to a small business set- aside. Shall consider set-aside if two or more offers anticipated. If the requirement is currently in the 8(a) Program, must remain in 8(a) Program unless released by SBA. If < $6.M for manufacturing and $3.5M for all other acquisitions, and no reasonable expectation of more than one SDVOSB offer and award can be made at fair and reasonable price. Self WOSB or EDWOSB Set-Aside Program Competitive Actions > $3000 and < SAT Competitive Actions > SAT Sole Source Cert . WOSB or EDWOSB CO may set aside prior to a small business set-aside within the appropriate NAICS. Shall consider set-aside if two or more offers anticipated within the appropriate NAICS. If the requirement is currently in the 8(a) program, must remain in 8(a) program unless released by SBA. No sole source authority for this program. Self or 3rd Party 1. To qualify as a Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) small business, what percentage of the contractor’s employees must reside in the HUBZone? a. To qualify as a HUBZone, the company must be located in a designated HUBZone, and at least 35% of its employees must be HUBZone residents.
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2. Which of the following small business types is certified by the Small Business Administration (SBA)? a. HUBZone. HUBZone firms are certified by SBA. Small businesses and SDVOSBs self-certify. 3. Which of the following small business programs has sole source authority? a. 8(a) SDB. 8a firms can receive sole source awards up to $4M. Small businesses in general and WOSBs have no sole source authority. 4. What does this phrase describe? The contracting officer shall set aside any acquisition over $150,000 for small business participation with reasonable expectation that offers will be obtained from at least two responsible small businesses and award will be made at fair market prices. a. Rule of Two. Per Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 19.502-2(b), the contracting officer shall set aside any acquisition over $150,000 for small business participation when there is a reasonable expectation that (1) offers will be obtained from at least two responsible small business concerns offering the products of different small business concerns and (2) award will be made at fair market prices. A Certificate of Competency (COC) is the certificate issued by the SBA stating that the holder is responsible (with respect to all elements of responsibility, including, but not limited to, capability, competency, capacity, credit, integrity, perseverance, tenacity, and limitations on subcontracting) for the purpose of receiving and performing a specific government contract.
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