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5-Identify regulatory requirements for market research throughout the acquisition process-5.1, slide 498What can the results of market research help the acquisition team do? Select all that apply.Define requirementsIdentify industry capabilitiesDetermine which offeror is the bestDetermine if a set-aside is feasible
6-Search applicable legislation, regulations, and/or policies to answer questions about small business acquisitionsSearch Federal Acquisition regulation (FAR) Part 19.306 and use it to answer the following question. () What is required when an offeror protests the apparently successful offeror’s status as a qualified Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone)The interested party must submit the HUBZone status protest in writing and must state all specific grounds for the protestThe offer must also submit a size status HUBZone protestOfferors cannot protest the apparently successful offeror’s status as a HUBZone small business. As long as a small business is registered with the Small Business Administration (SBA) HUBZone Program, they are considered a HUBZone small businessThe offeror must be an interested party in the acquisition7-Identify how to stay up-to-date with recent regulatory and policy changes and proposed changes-2.3Which of these resources would you check to find out about proposed regulatory changes? Select all that apply.8-Select the appropriate NAICS code and the size standard for an acquisitionOpen the Small Business Administration (SBA) Small Business Size Standards table PDF at the following link . Find the size standard for North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 561720, Janitorial Services.
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Business, Small business Administration, strategic role of the Small Business Administration