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(4 ) This defin iti on does not apply to a contract that will be awarded and performed ent ir ely outs ide of the United States ." ~ I P ag e20o f 2S I ..... Back Next
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CLM059 Fundamentals of Small Business for the Acquisition Workforce lesson 4.1- Small Business and Socioeconomic Programs TOC 1 RESOURCES 1 PRINT 1 HELP Other Small Business P ro g ram Consid erations When dealing w ith 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 ne xt to continue . Bu n d lin g Per F AR 7.1 07 -3 market research must be conducted for any bundled acquisition to determine if the bundling is necessa ry and justified . Justification and determination of bundling must occur regardless of the dollar value of the acquisition . When substantial bundling may appl y, see the additional acquisition planning acti v ities that must occur ( FAR 7. 107-4 , 7. 107-5 and 107-6 ) . For more detailed guidance on acquisitions involving bundling, see the DoD OS BP Bene fit Analysis Guideb ook . ~ I Page20o f 2S I ..... Back Next
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CLM059 Fund am e ntals of Small Business for th e Ac quisition Workforce Lesson 4.1 - Sma ll Business and Socio&onomic Pr ogram s TOC 1 RESOURCES 1 PRINT 1 HELP Knowledg e R ev iew 1 Which Socioeconomic Progra m h as eligibili ty based on the busin ess ' ge og raphic location? B(a) ~ H UB Zone SO VOSB WOSB The Hi st orically Unde rutil i zed Business Zones ( HUBZone) Program is for small businesses that, among other thing s, are l oc ated in economically distre ssed ( urban or rural ) commun iti es that hi sto ri ca lly have been underu tilized. ~ I Poge lloflS I ..... B ack N ext
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CLM059 Fund am e ntals of Small Business for th e Ac quisition Workforce Lesson 4.1 - Sma ll Business and Socio&onomic Pr ogram s TOC 1 RESOURCES 1 PRINT 1 HELP Knowledg e Re vi ew 2 A Service-Disabled, Veteran - Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) wants to sub mit a proposal in response to an SDVOSB set-as ide solicitation. The company owner asks you if her proposal needs to include her DO Form 214 , Cert ificate of Release or Discha rge from Act ive Duty, to prove that she is service disabled. Look at FAR subpart 19.14 to find the a nsw er. U Yes, S DVO S Bs must submit DO Form 214 with th e ir proposals . ~ No, SDVOSBs ca n se lf-certify that they m eet the criteria f or a SDVOSB. SDVOSBs can self-certify. FAR 19.1403 (b ) states that the SDVOSB mu st r ep resent to the Contracting Officer that it is a: ( 1) Servic e-D isabl ed, Ve teran-O wned Small Bu siness co n ce rn ; and (2) Small business co n ce rn under the North Ameri ca n Industry Classific at ion S ystem ( NAI CS) co de assigned to the proc ur e ment . The F AR makes no men tion o f a re quirement to submit th e DO Form 2 14 . ~ I Pog ell oflS I ......
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