13 CFR Part 124, Subpart B - Eligibility, Certification, and Protests Relating to Federal Small Disadvantaged Business Programs
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- § 124.1001 General applicability.
- § 124.1002 What is a Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)?
- § 124.1003 How does a firm become certified as an SDB?
- § 124.1004 What is a misrepresentation of SDB status?
- § 124.1005 How long does an SDB certification last?
- § 124.1006 Can SBA initiate a review of the SDB status of a firm claiming to be an SDB?
- § 124.1007 Who may protest the disadvantaged status of a concern?
- § 124.1008 When will SBA not decide an SDB protest?
- § 124.1009 Who decides disadvantaged status protests?
- § 124.1010 What procedures apply to disadvantaged status protests?
- § 124.1011 What format, degree of specificity, and basis does SBA require to consider an SDB protest?
- § 124.1012 What will SBA do when it receives an SDB protest?
- § 124.1013 How does SBA make disadvantaged status determinations in considering an SDB protest?
- § 124.1014 Appeals of disadvantaged status determinations.
- § 124.1015 What are the requirements for representing SDB status, and what are the penalties for misrepresentation?
- § 124.1016 What must a concern do in order to be identified as a SDB in any Federal procurement database?
63 FR 35772, June 30, 1998, unless otherwise noted.