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PART 919 — SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS



PART 919 — SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS

Subpart 919.2 — Policies

919.201 General policy.

Subpart 919.5 — Set-Asides for small business

919.501 General.

919.502 Setting aside acquisitions.

919.502-2 Total small business set-asides.

919.503 Setting aside a class of acquisitions for small business.

Subpart 919.6 — Certificates of competency and determinations of eligibility

919.602-1 Referral.

Subpart 919.7 — The Small Business Subcontracting Program

919.705-6 Postaward responsibilities of the contracting officer.

Subpart 919.8 — Subcontracting with the Small Business Administration (The 8(a) Program)

919.805-2 Procedures

Subpart 919.70 — The Department of Energy Mentor-Protege Program

919.7001 Scope of subpart

919.7002 Definitions

919.7003 General policies

919.7004 General prohibitions

919.7005 Eligibility to be a mentor

919.7006 Incentives for DOE contractor participation

919.7007 Eligibility to be a protege

919.7008 Selection of proteges

919.7009 Process for participation in the program

919.7010 Contents of the mentor-protege agreement

919.7011 Developmental assistance

919.7012 Review and approval process of the agreement by the Office of Small Business Utilization (OSDBU)

919.7013 Reports

919.7014 Solicitation provision

Authority: 42 U.S.C. 7101, et seq. and 50 U.S.C. 2401, et seq.

Source: 49 FR 11997, Mar. 28, 1984, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart 919.2 — Policies

919.201 General policy.

(c) The Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, Headquarters, is responsible for the administration of the Department of Energy (DOE) small, small disadvantaged, and women-owned small business programs. The Executive Director, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, is responsible for the administration of the Commission's small, small disadvantaged, and women-owned small business programs. This includes responsibility for developing, implementing, executing, and managing these programs, providing advice on these programs, and representing DOE before other Government agencies on matters primarily affecting small, small disadvantaged, and women-owned small businesses. The Heads of Contracting Activities (HCAs) shall appoint a small business specialist.

[50 FR 12185, 3/27/85, effective 4/1/85; Final rule, 59 FR 9102, 2/25/94, effective 4/26/94; Final rule, 61 FR 21975, 5/13/96, effective 6/12/96; 75 FR 69012, Nov. 10, 2010]

919.501 General.

(c) The Department has established an internal comprehensive review and screening process for acquisitions exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold. The review is intended to enhance the prospect of participation by small business, small disadvantaged business, and women-owned small business concerns.

(g) The policy prescribed by 48 CFR 19.501, which requires that a product or service acquired by a successful small business set-aside shall continue to be acquired on a set-aside basis, is applicable to DOE on a contracting activity-wide basis. The small and disadvantaged business specialist at a contracting activity shall maintain a list of such small business set-aside awards.

[52 FR 38425, 10/16/87, effective 11/16/87; Final rule, 59 FR 9102, 2/25/94, effective 4/26/94; Final rule, 61 FR 21975, 5/13/96, effective 6/12/96; 75 FR 69012, Nov. 10, 2010]

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