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Federal Contracting and Subcontracting with Small Businesses: Issues in the 112th Congress
Kate M. Manuel (au); Erika K. Lunder (au)
Congress has generally broad authority to impose requirements upon the federal procurement process, or the process whereby agencies obtain goods and services from the private sector. One of the many ways in which Congress has exercised this authority is by enacting measures intended to promote contracting and subcontracting with šůžsmall businessesšůĚ by federal agencies. Contents of this report: Introduction; Size Standards; Government-Wide and Agency-Specific Goals; Eligibility for Existing Set-Aside Programs: 8(a) Program; HUBZone Program; Subcontracting Plans; Limitations on Subcontracting; Payment; Surety Bonds; Bundling and Consolidation; Insourcing; Procurement Center Representatives; Offices of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization; Restricted Competitions and Non-Competitive Awards; Use of Small Businesses When Making šůžSmall PurchasesšůĚ; Mentor-ProtŪ©gŪ© Programs; Deterrence of and Penalties for Fraud; Agency-Specific Programs. This is a print on demand report.
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