Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Select Committee on Small Business

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966 - Legislative hearings
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Page 292 - Small Business Subcontracting Program." (2) Provide adequate and timely consideration of the potentialities of small business concerns In all "make-or-buy" decisions. (3) Assure that small business concerns will have an equitable opportunity to compete for subcontracts, particularly by arranging solicitations, time for the preparation of bids, quantities, specifications, and delivery schedules so as to facilitate the participation of small business concerns.
Page 189 - Government should aid. counsel, assist, and protect insofar as is possible, the interests of small-business concerns in order to preserve free competitive enterprise, to insure that a fair proportion of the total purchases and contracts for supplies and services for the Government be placed with small-business enterprises, and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of the Nation.
Page 66 - CONCERNS (JAN. 1958) (a) It Is the policy of the Government as declared by the Congress that a fair proportion of the purchases and contracts for supplies and services for the Government be placed with small business concerns. (b) The Contractor agrees to accomplish the maximum amount of subcontracting to small business concerns that the Contractor finds to be consistent with the efficient performance of this contract. (b) The "Small Business Subcontracting Program...
Page 39 - Domestic source . end product" means an unmanufactured end product which has been mined or produced in the United States, or an end product manufactured in the United States if the cost of its components which are mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States exceeds 50 percent of the cost of all its components.
Page 66 - UTILIZATION OF SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS (a) It is the policy of the Government as declared by the Congress that a fair proportion of the purchases and contracts for supplies and services for the Government be placed with small business concerns. Chapter 1 — Federal Procurement Regulations (b) The Contractor agrees to accomplish the...
Page 87 - This action is based on a determination by the contracting officer, alone or in conjunction with a representative of the Small Business Administration, that it is in the interest of maintaining or mobilizing the Nation's full productive capacity...
Page 257 - A. SMALL BUSINESS CONCERN. A small business concern for the purpose of Government procurement is a concern, including its affiliates, which is independently owned and operated, is not dominant in the field of operation in which it is bidding on Government contracts and can further qualify under the criteria concerning number of employees, average annual receipts, or other criteria, as prescribed by the Small Business Administration.
Page 247 - not dominant in its field of operation" when it does not exercise a controlling or major influence on a national basis in a kind of business activity in which a number of business concerns are primarily engaged. In determining; whether dominance exists, consideration shall be given to all appropriate factors, including volume of business, number of employees, financial resources, competitive status or position, ownership or control of materials', processes, patents, license agreements, facilities,...
Page 244 - States; provided, however, if the goods to be furnished are woolen, worsted, knitwear, duck, and webbing, dealers and converters shall furnish such products which have been manufactured or produced by a small weaver (small knitter for knitwear), and, if finishing is required, by a small finisher.

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