SOFARS PART 5619
SMALL BUSINESS AND SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS CONCERNS
SUBPART 5619.2 – POLICIES DCG
SUBPART 5619.201 General Policy.
(Revised October 2010)
(d)(10)(1) The Small Business Coordination Record (DD 2579) shall be completed by the contract specialist and reviewed by the Small Business Specialist on all acquisitions (including Federal Supply Schedule orders) over $10,000, except those under the simplified acquisition threshold that are totally set aside for small business concerns.
(3) Attach the Market Research Report (see DCG) to the Small Business Coordination Record (DD 2579) when submitting the DD 2579 for approval of acquisitions above the simplified acquisition threshold. Market research policies are located in FAR, DFARS, and SOFARS Part 10.
SUBPART 5619.7 – THE SMALL BUSINESS SUBCONTRACTING PROGRAM
(Added January 2009)
5619.705 Responsibilities of the Contracting Officer Under the Subcontract Assistance Program.
5619.705-3 Preparing the Solicitation.
(Revised January 2018)
The contracting officer shall provide the small business specialist five (5) business days prior to issuing the solicitation. The small business specialist will forward the solicitation to the PCR. After five business days have elapsed without input from the small business specialist or PCR, the contracting officer may proceed with release of the solicitation.
5619.705-4 Reviewing the Subcontract Plan.
(d) All subcontracting plans that contain a Small Disadvantage Business goal of less than 5% must be approved one level above the contracting officer. If the primary contracting officer is also the office/division chief, then forward the subcontracting plan to the command’s Director of Small Business Programs for approval.
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