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Title 13 Business Credit and Assistance Part / Section
Chapter I Small Business Administration 1 – 199
Part 121 Small Business Size Regulations 121.101 – 121.1206
Subpart A Size Eligibility Provisions and Standards 121.101 – 121.1103
Provisions of General Applicability 121.101 – 121.110
Size Standards Used To Define Small Business Concerns 121.201
§ 121.201 What size standards has SBA identified by North American Industry Classification System codes?
Size Eligibility Requirements For SBA Financial Assistance 121.301 – 121.305
Size Eligibility Requirements for Government Procurement 121.401 – 121.413
Size Eligibility Requirements for Sales or Lease of Government Property 121.501 – 121.512
Size Eligibility Requirements for the 8(a) Business Development Program 121.601 – 121.604
§ 121.601 What is a small business for purposes of admission to SBA's 8(a) Business Development program?
§ 121.602 At what point in time must a 8(a) BD applicant be small?
§ 121.603 How does SBA determine whether a Participant is small for a particular 8(a) BD subcontract?
§ 121.604 Are 8(a) BD Participants considered small for purposes of other SBA assistance?
Size and Eligibility Requirements for the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs 121.701 – 121.705
Size Eligibility Requirements for Paying Reduced Patent Fees 121.801 – 121.805
Size Eligibility Requirements for Compliance With Programs of Other Agencies 121.901 – 121.904
§ 121.901 Can other Government agencies obtain SBA size determinations?
§ 121.902 What size standards are applicable to programs of other agencies?
§ 121.903 How may an agency use size standards for its programs that are different than those established by SBA?
§ 121.904 When does SBA determine the size status of a business concern?
Procedures for Size Protests and Requests for Formal Size Determinations 121.1001 – 121.1010
Appeals of Size Determinations and NAICS Code Designations 121.1101 – 121.1103
§ 121.1101 Are formal size determinations subject to appeal?
§ 121.1102 Are NAICS code designations subject to appeal?
§ 121.1103 What are the procedures for appealing a NAICS code or size standard designation?