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  1. FAR 19.702(a) says "(a) Except as stated in paragraph (b)of this section, Section 8(d) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(d)) imposes the following requirements regarding subcontracting with small businesses and small business subcontracting plans: (1) In negotiated acquisitions, each solicitation of offers to perform a contract or contract modification, that individually is expected to exceed $650,000 ($1.5 million for construction) and that has subcontracting possibilities, shall require the apparently successful offeror to submit an acceptable subcontracting plan. If the apparently su
  2. FAR 19.301-2(d) prohibits agencies from taking small business credit on a contract once a contractor rerepresents itself as small. However, there doesn’t appear to be a solid linkage between the taking “credit” and the “eligibility” criteria for set-aside procurements. FAR 52.219-1 refers back to 13 CFR Part 121, which doesn’t seem to address a scenario where an offeror was awarded a set-aside IDIQ contract, then rerepresented itself as large, and then, though novation or declining revenues/payroll, was able to subsequently rereperesent itself as small for a task order set-aside requesting
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