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(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 specified 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 appli. cable 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 g 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 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 renned 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 specific Government procurement contract, other than a con. struction 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 $ 1-1.701-1(d).

(2) As small if it is bidding on a contract for research and/or development which does not require deiivery 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 not otherwise defined in this § 1-1.701-1 and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $1 million ($1,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(2) Engineering. As small if it is bidding on a contract for engineering services other than marine engineering services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $5 million ($6,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(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 $5 million ($6,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(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 $3 million ($3,750,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(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 ycars do not exceed $5 million ($6,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(6) Naval architectural and marina 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 $6 million ($7,500,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(7) 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 $5 million ($6,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(8) Food. As small if it is bidding on & contract for food services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $4 million ($5 million if the concern is located in Alaska).

(9) (i) Laundry. As small if it is bidding on a contract for laundry services including linen supply, diaper services, and industrial laundering if its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $3 million ($3,750,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(ii) Cleaning and dyeing. As small if it is bidding on a contract for cleaning and dyeing (including rug cleaning sery. ices) and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $1 million ($1,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(10) Computer programing. As small if bidding on a contract for computer programing services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $3 million ($3,750,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(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 $5 million ($6,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(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 $5 million ($6,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(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 $3 million ($3,750,000 if the concern is located in Alaska). 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, is considered for size standards purposes to be manufactured within the meaning of Standard Industrial Classification Industry No. 3011, Tires and Inner Tubes (see § 1-1.701-1(h)).

(14) Data processing. As small if it is bidding on a contract for data processing

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services and its average annual receipts for its preceding 3 fiscal years do not exceed $3 million ($3,750,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(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 $5 million ($6,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

(g) Transportation. Any concern bidding 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 long-distance), warehousing, packing and crating, and/or freight forwarding, and its annual receipts do not exceed $5 million ($6,250,000 if the concern is located in Alaska).

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

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2812 Alkalles and chlorine....--.-... 2813 Industrial gases..... 2815 Dyes, dyo (cyclic) intermedi

ates, and organic pigments

(lakes and toners). 2816 Inorganic pigments..... 2818 | Industrial organic chemicals,

not elsewhere classified.. 2819 | Industrial inorganic chemicals,

not elsewhere classified..... 2821 Plastics materials, synthetic

resins, and non vulcanizable

elastomers... 2822 Synthetic rubber (vulcanizable

elastomers). 2023 Cellulose man-made fibers... 2824 Synthetic organic fibers, except

cellulosesic...... 2833 Medicina) chemicals and bo

tanical products..--. 2834 Pharmaceutical preparations. 2841 Soap and other detergents,

except specialty cleaners.... 2892 Explosives...

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Steam engines, steam, gas and bydraulic turbines; and steam gas, and bydraulic

turbine generator set units. Internal combustion engines,

pot elsewhere classified..... Construction machinery and

equipment.--------Industrial trucks, tractors, and

trailers and stackers. Ball and roller bearings... Computing and accounting

machines, including cash

registers.................... Typewriters......... Electric computing equipment. Calculating and accounting ma

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puting equipment..... Refrigerators, refrigeration mschinery, except household; and complete air condition. ing units........

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3211 Flat glass... 3221 Glass containers...... 3229 Pressed and blown glass and

glassware, not elsewhere clas

sified.... 3241 Cement, bydraulic..... 3261 | Vitreous china plumbing fix

tures and china, and earthenware fittings and bathroom

accessories...... 3275 Gypsum products. 3292 Asbestos products... 3296 Mineral wool. 3297 | Nonclay refractories..

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cialty transformers.--Switchgear and switch board

apparatus.............. Motors and generators.... Industrial controls....... Carbon and graphite products. Household cooking equipment. Household refrigerators and

home and farm freezers....... Household laundry equipment. Electric housewares and fans... Household vacuum cleaners.... Sewing machines...... Electric lamps.... Radio and television receiving

sets, except communication types.......... ..... Phonograph records... Telephono and telegraph ap

paratus..... Radio and television transmitting, signaling, and detection equipment and apparatus...... Radio and television receiving type electron tubes, except

cathode ray...... Cathode ray picture tubes....-Transmitting, industrial, and

special purpose electron tubes. Primary batteries, dry and wet. Electrical equipment for in.

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ovens), steel works, and roll

ing-mills...... 3313 Electrometallurgical products.3315 Steel wire drawing and steel

nails and spikes..... 3316

Cold rolled sheet, strip and bars. 3317

Steel pipe and tubes.... 3331 Primary smelting and refining

of copper..... 3332 Primary smelting and refining

of lead.... 3333 Primary smelting and refining

of zinc... 3334 Primary production of alumi

num.. 3339 Primary smelting and refining

of nonferrous metals, not else

where classified.. 3351 | Rolling, drawing, and extrud.

ing of copper.... 3352 Rolling, drawing, and extrud.

ing of aluminum...3356 Rolling, drawing, and extrud.

ing of nonferrous metals, ex

copt copper and aluminum. 3357 Drawing and insulating of non

ferrous wire.... 3399 Primary metal industries, not

elsewhere classified.....

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(1) (i) its number of employees does not exceed 1,000 persons; (ii) if it does not have more than 30,000 barrels-per-day crude oil or bona fide feed stock capacity from owned or leased facilities or from facilities made available to such concern under an arrangement such as, but not limited to, an exchange agreement (except one on a refined product for refined product basis), or throughput or other form of processing agreement, with the same effect as though such facilities had been leased; and (iii) the product to be delivered in the performance of the contract will contain at least 90 percent components refined by the bidder from either crude oil or bona fide feed stocks: Provided, however, That a petroleum refining concern which meets the requirements in (1) (i) and (ii) of this paragraph may furnish the product of a refinery not qualified as small business if such product is obtained pursuant to a bona fide exchange agreement, in effect on the date of the bid or offer, between the bidder or offeror and the refiner of the product to be delivered to the Government which requires exchanges in a stated ratio on a refined petroleum product for a refined petroleum product basis, and precludes a monetary settlement, and that the products exchanged for the products offered and to be delivered to the Government meet the requirements in (1) (iii) of this paragraph: And provided further, That the exchange of products for products to be delivered to the Government will be completed within 90 days after the expiration of the delivery period under the Government contract, and that any products furnished pursuant to a bona fide exchange agreement must be for delivery in the same Petroleum Administration for Defense (PAD) District as that in which the small refinery is located; or (2) its number of employees does not exceed 500 persons and the product to be delivered to the Government has been refined by a concern which qualifies under (1) of this paragraph. The proviso in (1) (iii) of this paragraph that the product to be delivered in the performance of the contract will contain at least 90 percent components refined by the bidder from either crude oil or bona fide feed stocks contemplates that, in accomplishing such refining, the bidder will utilize its own employees and facilities which it owns or obtains under a bona fide lease as distinguished from any

1 The "number of employees" means the average em. ployment of any concern and its affiliates based on tho number of persons employed during the pay period ending nearest the last day of the 3d month in each calendar quarter for the preceding 4 quarters.

2 The size standard for SIC2911 is set forth in $ 1-1.701-1(i).

3 The size standards for SIC 30111, 30112, and 37171 are set forth in $$ 1-1.701-1(c)(2) and 1-1.701-1(c)(3).

The three Standard Industrial Classification Industries (3711, 3712, and 3714) have been combined because of a major problem of defining the reporting unit in terms of these industries. This difficulty arises from the fact that many large establishments have integrated opera. tions which include the production of parts or bodies and the assembly of complete vehicles at the same location.

Includes maintenance as defined in the Federal Aviation Regulations (14 CFR 1.1) but excludes contracts solely for preventive maintenance as defined in 14 CFR 1.1. As defined in the Federal Aviation Regulations:

"Maintenance" means inspection, overhaul, repair preservation, and the replacement of parts, but excludes preventive maintenance.

Preventive maintenance" means simple or minor preservation operations and the replacement of small standard parts not involving complex assembly operations.

o Guided missile engines and engine parts are classified in SIC 3722. Missile control systems are classified in SIC 3662.

7 The size standard for Census Classification Code 2026, Fluid Milk, will be reduced to 625 employees effective May 1, 1973, and further reduced to 500 employees effective May 1, 1974.

(i) Refined petroleum products. Any concern bidding on a contract for a refined petroleum product other than a product classified in Standard Industrial Classification Industries No. 2951, Pave ing 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, is classified as small if

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