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Title 13Chapter IPart 126


TITLE 13—Business Credit and Assistance

CHAPTER I—SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

PART 126—HUBZONE PROGRAM

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Subpart A—PROVISIONS OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY

§126.100
What is the purpose of the HUBZone program?
§126.101
Which government departments or agencies are affected directly by the HUBZone program?
§126.102
What is the effect of the HUBZone program on the section 8(d) subcontracting program?
§126.103
What definitions are important in the HUBZone program?
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Subpart B—REQUIREMENTS TO BE A QUALIFIED HUBZONE SBC

§126.200
What requirements must a concern meet to receive SBA certification as a qualified HUBZone SBC?
§126.201
Who does SBA consider to own a HUBZone SBC?
§126.202
Who does SBA consider to control a HUBZone SBC?
§126.203
What size standards apply to HUBZone SBCs?
§126.204
May a qualified HUBZone SBC have affiliates?
§126.205
May participants in other SBA programs be certified as qualified HUBZone SBCs?
§126.206
May non-manufacturers be certified as qualified HUBZone SBCs?
§126.207
May a qualified HUBZone SBC have offices or facilities in another HUBZone or outside a HUBZone?
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Subpart C—CERTIFICATION

§126.300
How may a concern be certified as a qualified HUBZone SBC and what information will SBA consider?
§126.301
Is there any other way for a concern to obtain certification?
§126.302
When may a concern apply for certification?
§126.303
Where must a concern submit its application and certification?
§126.304
What must a concern submit to SBA?
§126.305
What format must the certification to SBA take?
§126.306
How will SBA process the certification?
§126.307
Where will SBA maintain the List of qualified HUBZone SBCs?
§126.308
What happens if SBA inadvertently omits a qualified HUBZone SBC from the List?
§126.309
May a declined or decertified concern seek certification at a later date?
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Subpart D—PROGRAM EXAMINATIONS

§126.400
Who will conduct program examinations?
§126.401
What is a program examination and what will SBA examine?
§126.402
When may SBA conduct program examinations?
§126.403
May SBA require additional information from a HUBZone SBC?
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Subpart E—MAINTAINING HUBZONE STATUS

§126.500
How does a qualified HUBZone SBC maintain HUBZone certification?
§126.501
What are a qualified HUBZone SBC's ongoing obligations to SBA?
§126.502
Is there a limit to the length of time a qualified HUBZone SBC may be on the List?
§126.503
What happens if SBA is unable to verify a qualified HUBZone SBC's eligibility or determines that the concern is no longer eligible for the program?
§126.504
When is a concern removed from the List?
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Subpart F—CONTRACTUAL ASSISTANCE

§126.600
What are HUBZone contracts?
§126.601
What additional requirements must a qualified HUBZone SBC meet to bid on a contract?
§126.602
Must a qualified HUBZone SBC maintain the employee residency percentage during contract performance?
§126.603
Does HUBZone certification guarantee receipt of HUBZone contracts?
§126.604
Who decides if a contract opportunity for HUBZone set-aside competition exists?
§126.605
What requirements are not available for HUBZone contracts?
§126.606
May a CO request that SBA release a requirement from the 8(a)BD program for award as a HUBZone contract?
§126.607
When must a contracting officer set aside a requirement for qualified HUBZone SBCs?
§126.608
Are there HUBZone contract opportunities at or below the simplified acquisition threshold or micropurchase threshold?
§126.609
[Reserved]
§126.610
May SBA appeal a contracting officer's decision not to make a procurement available for award as a HUBZone contract?
§126.611
What is the process for such an appeal?
§126.612
When may a CO award sole source contracts to qualified HUBZone SBCs?
§126.613
How does a price evaluation preference affect the bid of a qualified HUBZone SBC in full and open competition?
§126.614
[Reserved]
§126.615
May a large business participate on a HUBZone contract?
§126.616
What requirements must a joint venture satisfy to submit an offer on a HUBZone contract?
§126.617
Who decides contract disputes arising between a qualified HUBZone SBC and a contracting activity after the award of a HUBZone contract?
§126.618
How does a HUBZone SBC's participation in a Mentor-Protégé relationship affect its participation in the HUBZone Program?
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Subpart G—CONTRACT PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

§126.700
What are the performance of work requirements for HUBZone contracts?
§126.701
Can these subcontracting percentages requirements change?
§126.702
How can the subcontracting percentage requirements be changed?
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Subpart H—PROTESTS

§126.800
Who may protest the status of a qualified HUBZone SBC?
§126.801
How does one file a HUBZone status protest?
§126.802
Who decides a HUBZone status protest?
§126.803
How will SBA process a HUBZone status protest?
§126.804
Will SBA decide all HUBZone status protests?
§126.805
What are the procedures for appeals of HUBZone status determinations?
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Subpart I—PENALTIES

§126.900
What are the requirements for representing HUBZone status, and what are the penalties for misrepresentation?


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