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been in business and multiplying such set forth in this § 1-1.701-1, a concern figure by 52. If a concern has acquired bidding on a Government contract is a an affiliate during the applicable ac- small business if, including its affilicounting period, it is necessary in com- ates, it is independently owned and opputing the concern's annual receipts erated, is not dominant in the field of to include the affiliate's receipts operations in which it is bidding on during the accounting period, rather Government contracts, and has 500 than only its receipts during the employees or less. period in which it has been an affili (b) Construction. Any concern bidate. The receipts of a former affiliate ding on a Government contract for are not included even if such concern construction, alteration, or repair (inhad been an affiliate during a portion cluding painting and decorating) of of the applicable accounting period. buildings, bridges, or other real prop

(1) If a procurement calls for more erty, or other work which is classified than one item and the bidder can bid in Division C, Contract Construction on any or all items, the bidder must of the Standard Industrial Classificameet the size standard for each item tion Manual, as amended, prepared on which it submits a bid. If a procure and published by the Office of Manment calls for more than one item and agement and Budget (formerly Bureau a bidder is required to bid on all or of the Budget), Executive Office of none of such items, the bidder can the President, is classified: qualify as a small business for such (1) General. As small if its average procurement if it meets the size stand- annual receipts for its preceding 3 ard for the item accounting for the

fiscal years do not exceed $12 million: greatest percentage of the total con

Provided, however, That if 75 percent tract value. (For size standard pur

or more (by value) of the work called poses, a product or service is classified

for by the contract is classified in one into only one industry, even though,

of the industries, subindustries, or for other purposes, it could be classi class of products set forth in this parafied into more than one industry.)

graph, it is small if it does not exceed (2) If no standard for an industry, the size standard established therein field of operation, or activity (e.g., for that industry. (See § 1-1.701-11 for animal specialty; fin fish; manage- size standard differentials which are ment-logistics support to be performed applicable to specified nonforeign outside the United States) has been areas.) Annual receipts size standards for purposes of bidding on procurements for construction-special trade

contractors

Industry, subindustry, or class of products

Census classification

code

Average (3 yr!

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receipts size standard (maximum in

millions)

Major group 17-construction-special trade contractors: 1711 Plumbing, heating (except electric), and air-conditioning. 1721 Painting. paperhanging, and decorating ............ 1731 Electrical work ......... 1741 Masonry, stone setting, and other stonework ........ 1742 Plastering, drywall, acoustical, and insulation work.............. 1743 Terrazzo, tile, marble, and mosaic work ........ 1751 Carpentering and flooring ...... 1752 Floor laying and other floorwork, not elsewhere classified..... 1761 Roofing and sheet metal work ............. 1771 Concrete work ........... 1781 Water well drilling. 1791 Structural steel erection 1793 Glass and glazing work ......... 1794 Excavating and foundation work.... 1795 Wrecking and demolition work ....... 1796 Installation or erection of building equipment, not elsewhere classified .... 1799 Special trade contractors, not elsewhere classified.......

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(2) Dredging. As small if it is bidding on a contract for dredging and (i) Its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $9.5 million (see § 1-1.701-11 for size stand ard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas), and (ii) It performs the dredging of at least 40 percent of the yardage advertised in the plans and specifications with dredging equipment owned by the bidder or obtained from another small business dredging concern.

(c) Manufacturing. Any concern bidding on a contract for a product it manufactured is classified:

(1) Food canning and preserving. As small if it is bidding on a contract for food canning and preserving and its number of employees does not exceed 500 persons, exclusive of agricultural labor as defined in the Federal Unemployment Tax Act, 26 U.S.C. 3306(k).

(2) Pneumatic tires. As small if it is bidding on a contract for pneumatic tires within Census Classification Codes 30111 and 30112: Provided, That (i) the value of the pneumatic tires within Census Classification Codes 30111 and 30112 which it manufactured in the United States during the preceding calendar year is more than 50 percent of the value of its total worldwide manufacture, (ii) the value of the pneumatic tires within Census Classification Codes 30111 and 30112 which it manufactured worldwide during the preceding calendar year was less than 5 percent of the value of all such tires manufactured in the United States during said period, and (iii) the value of the principal products which it manufactured or otherwise produced or sold worldwide during the preceding calendar year is less than 10 percent of the total value of such products manufactured or otherwise produced or sold in the United States during said period.

(3) Passenger cars. As small if it is bidding on a contract for passenger cars within Census Classification Code 37171: Provided, That (i) the value of the passenger cars within Census Classification Code 37171 which it manufactured or otherwise produced in the United States during the preceding

calendar year is more than 50 percent of the value of its total worldwide manufacture or production of such passenger cars, (ii) the value of the passenger cars within Census Classification Code 37171, which it manufactured or otherwise produced during the preceding calendar year was less than 5 percent of the total value of all such cars manufactured or produced in the United States during the said period, and (iii) the value of the principal products which it manufactured or otherwise produced or sold during the preceding calendar year is less than 10 percent of the total value of such products manufactured or otherwise produced or sold in the United States during said period.

(4) Rebuilding on a factory basis or equivalent. As small if it is bidding on a contract for rebuilding machinery or equipment on a factory basis, the purpose of which is to restore such machinery or equipment to as serviceable and as like new condition as possible and its number of employees does not exceed the number of employees speci. fied for the classification code applicable to the manufacturer of the original item.

NOTE: The size standard contained herein is not limited to concerns who are manufacturers of the original item but is applicable to all bidders or offerors. The term “rebuilding on a factory basis" as used in this subsection does not include ordinary repair services such as those involving minor repair and/or preservation operations.

(5) Manufacturing industries listed in § 1-1.701-1(h). As small if it is bidding on a contract for a product classified within an industry set forth in paragraph (h) of this section and its number of employees does not exceed the size standard established for that industry.

(6) Manufacturing industries not listed in § 1-1.701-1(h). As small if it is bidding on a contract for a product classified within an industry not set forth in paragraph (h) of this section and its number of employees does not exceed 500 persons.

(d) Small business nonmanufacturer. Any concern which submits a bid or

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offer in its own name, other than for a construction or service contract, but which proposes to furnish a product not manufactured by itself, is deemed to be a small business concern when:

(1) It is a small business concern within the meaning of $ 1-1.701-1(a);

(2) Its number of employees does not exceed 500 persons; and

(3) In the case of Government procurement reserved for or involving the preferential treatment of small business concerns (including equal low bids), such nonmanufacturer shall furnish in the performance of the contract the products of a small business manufacturer or producer which products are manufactured or produced in the United States. 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. If the procurement is for thread, dealers and converters shall furnish such products which have been finished by a small finisher. (Finishing of thread is defined as all dyeing, bleaching, glazing, mildew proofing, coating, waxing, and other applications required by the pertinent specification, but excluding mercerizing, spinning, throwing, or twisting operations.") If the procurement is for a refined petroleum product, other than a product classified in Standard Industrial Classification Industries No. 2951, Paving mixtures and blocks, No. 2952, Asphalt felts and coatings, No. 2992, Lubricating oils and greases, or No. 2999, Products of petroleum and coal, not elsewhere classified, paragraph (i) of this section is for application. ("Nonmanufacturer" means any concern which in connection with a spe. cific Government procurement contract, other than a construction or service contract, does not manufacture or produce the products required to be furnished by such procurement. Nonmanufacturer includes a concern which can manufacture or produce the products referred to in the specific procurement, but does not do so in connection with that procurement.)

(e) Research, development, and testing. Any concern bidding on a contract for research, development, and/or testing is classified:

(1) As small if it is bidding on a contract for research and/or development which requires delivery of a manufactured product and (i) it qualifies as a small business manufacturer within the meaning of § 1-1.701-1(c) for the industry into which the product is classified, or (ii) it qualifies as a small business nonmanufacturer within the meaning of g 1-1.701-1(d).

(2) As small if it is bidding on a contract for research and/or development which does not require delivery of a manufactured product or on a contract for testing and its number of employees does not exceed 500 persons.

(f) Services. Any concern bidding on a contract for services is classified:

(1) General. As small if it is bidding on a contract for services (including but not limited to services set forth in Division I, Services, of the Standard Industrial Classification Manual) not elsewhere defined in this section and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $2 million (see § 1-1.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(2) Engineering. As small if it is bidding on a contract for engineering services other than marine engineering service and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $7.5 million (see § 11.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(3) Motion pictures. As small if it is bidding on a contract for motion picture production or motion picture services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $8 million (see § 1-1.70111 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(4) Janitorial and custodial. As small if it is bidding on a contract for janitorial and custodial services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $4.5 million (see § 1-1.701-11 for size stand

ard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(5) Base maintenance. As small if it is bidding on a contract for base maintenance and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $7.5 million (see § 11.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(6) Marine cargo handling. As small if it is bidding on a contract for marine cargo handling services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $7.5 million (see § 1-1.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(7) Naval architectural and marine engineering. As small if it is bidding on a contract for naval architectural and marine engineering services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $9 million (see § 1-1.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(8) Food services. As small if it is bid. ding on a contract for food services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $5.5 million (see $ 1-1.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(9)(i) Laundry. As small if it is bidding on a contract for laundry services including linen supply, diaper services, and industrial laundering and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $4 million (see § 1-1.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(ii) Cleaning and dyeing. As small if it is bidding on a contract for cleaning and dyeing (including rug cleaning) services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $1.5 million (see § 11.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(10) Computer programing. As small if it is bidding on a contract for computer programing services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $4 million (see § 1-1.701-11 for size standard dif

ferentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(11) Flight training. As small if it is bidding on a contract for flight training services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $7 million (see § 1-1.70111 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(12) Motorcar and truck rental and leasing. As small if it is bidding on a contract for motorcar rental and leasing services or truck rental and leasing services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $7 :nillion (see § 1-1.70111 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(13) Tire recapping. As small if it is bidding on a contract for tire recapping services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $4 million (see § 1-1.70111 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas). This paragraph applies only to procurements requiring the services of tire retreading and repair shops (Standard Industrial Classification Industry No. 7534, Tire Retreading and Repair Shops) and not to procurements for the repairing and/or retreading of pneumatic aircraft tires which, by reason of the extent and nature of the equipment and operations required, are considered for size standard's purposes to be manufactured within the meaning of Standard Industrial Classification Industry No. 3011, Tires and Inner Tubes (see § 11.701-1(h)).

(14) Data processing. As small if it is bidding on a contract for data processing services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $4 million (see § 1-1.70111 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(15) Computer maintenance. As small if it is bidding on a contract for computer maintenance services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $7 million (see § 1-1.701-11 for size standard

MAJOR GROUP 20-FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS

1750 1.000 1.000 750 750 750 750

2026 Fluid milk ........ 2032 Canned specialties...... 2043 Cereal preparations ... 2046 Wet corn milling .......... 2052 Biscuit, crackers, and pretzels. 2062 Cane sugar refining ...... 2063 Beet sugar ......... 2085 Distilled, rectified, and

blended liquors ......... 2093 Vegetable oil milk, except

cottonseed and soybean ....... 2096 Shortening, table oils,

margarine and other edible fats and oils, not elsewhere classified .....

750

1,000

750

MAJOR GROUP 21-TOBACCO MANUFACTURES

differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(16) Helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft. As small if it is bidding on a contract for services requiring the use of one or more helicopters or fixed-wing aircraft and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $3.5 million (see § 11.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(g) Transportation. Any concern bid. ding on a contract for passenger or freight transportation, not elsewhere defined in this section, is classified:

(1) General. As small if its number of employees does not exceed 500 persons.

(2) Air transportation. As small if it is bidding on a contract for air transportation and its number of employees does not exceed 1,500 persons.

(3) Trucking. As small if it is bidding on a contract for trucking (local and/ or long distance), warehousing, packing and crating, and/or freight forwarding and its average annual receipts do not exceed $7 million (see § 1-1.701-11 for size standard differentials which are applicable to specified nonforeign areas).

(h) Table of specific industry employment size standards for the purpose of Government procurement. (See footnotes at end of table.)

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MAJOR GROUP 28-CHEMICALS AND ALLIED

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