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(4 ) This definition does not apply to a contract that will be awarded and performed entirely outside of the United States." ~I Page20of 2S I .....Back Next
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 Prog ram Considerations When dealing with 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 next to continue. Bun d ling Per FAR 7.107-3 market research must be conducted for any bundled acquisition to determine if the bundling is necessary and justified. Justification and determination of bundling must occur regardless of the dollar value of the acquisition . When substantial bundling may apply, see the additional acquisition planning activities that must occur ( FAR 7.107-4, 7.107-5 and 107-6) . For more detailed guidance on acquisitions involving bundling, see the DoD OSBP Bene fit Analysis Guidebook. ~I Page20of 2S I .....Back Next
CLM059 Fundam entals of Small Business for the Acquisition Workforce Lesson 4.1 -Small Business and Socio&onomic Programs TOC 1 RESOURCES 1 PRINT 1 HELP Knowledge Review 1 Which Socioeconomic Progra m has eligibility based on the business' geographic location? B(a) ~ HUBZone SOVOSB WOSB The Historically Underutilized Business Zones ( HUBZone) Program is for small businesses that, among other things, are located in economically distressed ( urban or rural ) communities that historically have been underu tilized. ~I Poge lloflS I .....Back Next
CLM059 Fundam entals of Small Business for the Acquisition Workforce Lesson 4.1 - Small Business and Socio&onomic Programs TOC 1 RESOURCES 1 PRINT 1 HELP Knowledge Review 2 A Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) wants to submit a proposal in response to an SDVOSB set-aside solicitation. The company owner asks you if her proposal needs to include her DO Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, to prove that she is service disabled. Look at FAR subpart 19.14 to find the answer. U Yes, SDVOSBs must submit DO Form 214 with their proposals . ~ No, SDVOSBs can self-certify that they meet the criteria for a SDVOSB. SDVOSBs can self-certify. FAR 19.1403 (b ) states that the SDVOSB must represent to the Contracting Officer that it is a: ( 1) Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business concern ; and (2) Small business concern under the North American Industry Classification System ( NAI CS) code assigned to the procurement. The FAR makes no men tion o f a requirement to submit the DO Form 214. ~I PogelloflS I ......