13 CFR Part 126, Subpart F - Contractual Assistance
- § 126.600 — What are HUBZone contracts?
- § 126.601 — What additional requirements must a qualified HUBZone SBC meet to bid on a contract?
- § 126.602 — Must a qualified HUBZone SBC maintain the employee residency percentage during contract performance?
- § 126.603 — Does HUBZone certification guarantee receipt of HUBZone contracts?
- § 126.604 — Who decides if a contract opportunity for HUBZone set-aside competition exists?
- § 126.605 — What requirements are not available for HUBZone contracts?
- § 126.606 — May a CO request that SBA release a requirement from the 8(a)BD program for award as a HUBZone contract?
- § 126.607 — When must a contracting officer set aside a requirement for qualified HUBZone SBCs?
- § 126.608 — Are there HUBZone contract opportunities at or below the simplified acquisition threshold or micropurchase threshold?
- § 126.609 — [Reserved]
- § 126.610 — May SBA appeal a contracting officer's decision not to reserve a procurement for award as a HUBZone contract?
- § 126.611 — What is the process for such an appeal?
- § 126.612 — When may a CO award sole source contracts to qualified HUBZone SBCs?
- § 126.613 — How does a price evaluation preference affect the bid of a qualified HUBZone SBC in full and open competition?
- § 126.614 — How does a CO apply HUBZone and SDB price evaluation preferences in full and open competition?
- § 126.615 — May a large business participate on a HUBZone contract?
- § 126.616 — What requirements must a joint venture satisfy to submit an offer on a HUBZone contract?
- § 126.617 — Who decides contract disputes arising between a qualified HUBZone SBC and a contracting activity after the award of a HUBZone contract?
- § 126.618 — How does a HUBZone SBC's participation in a Mentor-Protégé relationship affect its participation in the HUBZone Program?
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