Small Business. This chapter shall not be applied to any contractor that meets all of the following:
Small Business. (a) Small Business Status. Maker together with its "affiliates" (as that term is defined in Section 121.103 of Title 13 of Code of Federal Regulations (the "FEDERAL REGULATIONS")) is a "small business concern" within the meaning of the Small Business Investment Act of 1958, as amended (the "SMALL BUSINESS ACT" or "SBIA"), and the regulations promulgated thereunder, including Section 121.301(c) of Title 13, Code of Federal Regulations.
Small Business. The Government will evaluate the acceptability of each offerors’ (Large and Small Businesses) Small Business Participation Commitment Document (SBPCD) as provided on Attachment L-2 to identify proposed small business in the performance of the contract. This strategy is separate from, but consistent with, the offeror’s Subcontracting Plan submitted in Section L, Part B, 3.2 if required.
Small Business. If Seller is a “small business” as defined by the Table of Small Business Size Standards established by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Seller acknowledges that Seller has current and accurate representations and certifications for size and socioeconomic status via the XXX website accessed through xxxxx://xxx.xxx.gov/ or by returning AGILENT'S Small Business Status Renewal Form, and that representations and certifications will be updated as needed, but at a minimum, at least annually.
Small Business. For orders exceeding the micro-purchase threshold, ordering activities should give preference to the items of small business concerns when two or more items at the same delivered price will satisfy the requirement.
Small Business. For purposes of the Small Business Reimbursement Rate and other special considerations, a small business means 100 or fewer full-time employees in California, but no more than 250 worldwide. The business must be domiciled in California, and independently owned and operated. [Section 4400(w).]
Small Business. To promote small business participation, this RFQ encourages Contractor Teaming Arrangements (CTA) and includes Socio-Economic Status as an evaluation factor.
Small Business. First preference for the granting of any exclusive or partially exclusive licenses under section 207(a)(2) shall be given to small business firms having equal or greater likelihood as other applicants to bring the in- vention to practical application within a reason- able time.
Small Business. If you are a small business with fewer than 50 employees, you may be eligible for a Department of Finance OATH ECB hardship payment plan with a lower down payment and a longer repayment period than offered under standard Department of Finance payment plans.