As used in this part:
AA/OHA means the Assistant Administrator for OHA.
Address means the primary home or business address of a person or entity, including the street location or postal box number, city or town, state, and postal zip code.
Appeal petition has the same meaning as petition.
Area Office means a Government Contracting Area Office or a Disaster Area Office of the Small Business Administration.
Business day means any day other than a Saturday, Sunday, or a Federal holiday.
Day means a calendar day, unless a Judge specifies otherwise.
Hearing means the presentation and consideration of argument and evidence. A hearing need not include live testimony or argument.
means the Small Business Investment Act of 1958, 15 U.S.C. 661
Judge means an Administrative Law Judge or an Administrative Judge of OHA, or the AA/OHA when he or she acts as an Administrative Judge.
NAICS code means North American Industry Classification System code.
OHA means the Office of Hearings and Appeals.
Party means the petitioner, appellant, respondent, or intervenor, and the contracting officer in a NAICS code appeal.
Person means an individual or any form of business entity.
Petition (or appeal petition) means a written complaint, a written appeal from an SBA determination, or a written request for the initiation of proceedings before OHA.
Pleading means a petition, an order to show cause commencing a case, an appeal petition, an answer, a response, or any amendment or supplement to those documents.
Respondent means any person or governmental agency against which a case has been brought before OHA.
SBA means the Small Business Administration.
Size determination means a formal size determination made by an Area Office and includes decisions by Government Contracting Area Directors that determine whether two or more concerns are affiliated for purposes of SBA's financial assistance programs, or other programs for which an appropriate SBA official requested an affiliation determination.
[61 FR 2683, Jan. 29, 1996, as amended at 67 FR 47246, July 18, 2002; 69 FR 29208, May 21, 2004; 75 FR 47438, Aug. 6, 2010]