Title 48 Part 2819
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Title 48 Part 2819
PART 2819—SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS
Authority: 28 U.S.C. 510; 40 U.S.C. 486(c); 28 CFR 0.75(j) and 28 CFR 0.76(j).
Source: 63 FR 16129, Apr. 2, 1998, unless otherwise noted.
2819.201 General policy.
(a) The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) is organizationally attached to the Office of the Deputy Attorney General in accordance with 28 CFR 0.18a, but is located in JMD for administrative purposes.
(b) The Director, OSDBU, is responsible for the administration of the DOJ small and disadvantaged business programs in accordance with the duties described in 28 CFR 0.18a.
Subpart 2819.5—Set-Asides for Small Business
2819.506 Withdrawing or modifying set-asides.
(a) Before a contracting officer may withdraw or modify a small business set-aside, the contracting officer shall seek the concurrence of the Director, OSDBU.
(b) If the contracting officer and the Director, OSDBU, are unable to agree on the proposed withdrawal or modification, the Director, OSDBU shall:
(1) Forward the matter to the Small Business Administration (SBA) procurement center representative assigned to the Department of Justice for resolution; or,
(2) Forward the matter to the PE for resolution if an SBA procurement center representative is not assigned to the Department of Justice.
Subpart 2819.6—Certificates of Competency and Determinations of Eligibility
In accordance with FAR 19.602-1(a)(2), the matter shall be submitted to the Director, OSDBU, for subsequent referral to the cognizant SBA Regional Office.
Subpart 2819.70—Forecasts of Expected Contract Opportunities
Section 501 of Public Law 100-656, the Business Opportunity Development Reform Act of 1988, requires executive agencies having contract actions in excess of $50 million in Fiscal Year 1988 or later to prepare an annual forecast of expected contract opportunities, or classes of contract opportunities that small business concerns, including those owned and controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, are capable of performing.
The content and format of bureau annual forecasts of contract opportunities, as well as the updates to their contracting forecasts shall be as specified by the Director, OSDBU.