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Title 13Chapter IPart 125


TITLE 13—Business Credit and Assistance

CHAPTER I—SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

PART 125—GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING PROGRAMS

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§125.1
What definitions are important to SBA's Government Contracting Programs?
§125.2
What are SBA's and the procuring agency's responsibilities when providing contracting assistance to small businesses?
§125.3
What types of subcontracting assistance are available to small businesses?
§125.4
What is the Government property sales assistance program?
§125.5
What is the Certificate of Competency Program?
§125.6
What are the prime contractor performance requirements (limitations on subcontracting)?
§125.7
Acquisition-related dollar thresholds.

Subpart A—DEFINITIONS FOR THE SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS CONCERN PROGRAM

§125.8
What definitions are important in the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVO) Small Business Concern (SBC) Program?
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Subpart B—ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SDVO SBC PROGRAM

§125.9
Who does SBA consider to own an SDVO SBC?
§125.10
Who does SBA consider to control an SDVO SBC?
§125.11
What size standards apply to SDVO SBCs?
§125.12
May an SDVO SBC have affiliates?
§125.13
May 8(a) Program participants, HUBZone SBCs, Small and Disadvantaged Businesses, or Women-Owned Small Businesses qualify as SDVO SBCs?
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Subpart C—CONTRACTING WITH SDVO SBCS

§125.14
What are SDVO contracts?
§125.15
What requirements must an SDVO SBC meet to submit an offer on a contract?
§125.16
Does SDVO SBC status guarantee receipt of a contract?
§125.17
Who decides if a contract opportunity for SDVO competition exists?
§125.18
What requirements are not available for SDVO contracts?
§125.19
When may a contracting officer set-aside a procurement for SDVO SBCs?
§125.20
When may a contracting officer award sole source contracts to SDVO SBCs?
§125.21
Are there SDVO contracting opportunities at or below the simplified acquisition threshold?
§125.22
May SBA appeal a contracting officer's decision not to make a procurement available for award as an SDVO contract?
§125.23
What is the process for such an appeal?
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Subpart D—PROTESTS CONCERNING SDVO SBCS

§125.24
Who may protest the status of an SDVO SBC?
§125.25
How does one file a service disabled veteran-owned status protest?
§125.26
What are the grounds for filing an SDVO SBC protest?
§125.27
How will SBA process an SDVO protest?
§125.28
What are the procedures for appealing an SDVO status protest?
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Subpart E—PENALTIES AND RETENTION OF RECORDS

§125.29
What are the requirements for representing SDVO SBC status, and what are the penalties for misrepresentation?
§125.30
What must a concern do in order to be identified as a SDVO SBC in any Federal procurement databases?


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