Title 13

PART 121 SUBPART a

Subpart A - Size Eligibility Provisions and Standards

13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269SUBJGRP 269
Provisions of General Applicability
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.1SECTION 121.101
   121.101 What are SBA size standards
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.2SECTION 121.102
   121.102 How does SBA establish size standards
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.3SECTION 121.103
   121.103 How does SBA determine affiliation
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.4SECTION 121.104
   121.104 How does SBA calculate annual receipts
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.5SECTION 121.105
   121.105 How does SBA define “business concern or concern”
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.6SECTION 121.106
   121.106 How does SBA calculate number of employees
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.7SECTION 121.107
   121.107 How does SBA determine a concern's “primary industry”
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.8SECTION 121.108
   121.108 What are the penalties for misrepresentation of size status
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.9SECTION 121.109
   121.109 What is a small business status advisory opinion
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.269.10SECTION 121.110
   121.110 What must a concern do in order to be identified as a small business concern in any Federal procurement databases
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.270SUBJGRP 270
Size Standards Used To Define Small Business Concerns
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.270.11SECTION 121.201
   121.201 What size standards has SBA identified by North American Industry Classification System codes
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.271SUBJGRP 271
Size Eligibility Requirements For SBA Financial Assistance
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.271.12SECTION 121.301
   121.301 What size standards and affiliation principles are applicable to financial assistance programs
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.271.13SECTION 121.302
   121.302 When does SBA determine the size status of an applicant
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.271.14SECTION 121.303
   121.303 What size procedures are used by SBA before it makes a formal size determination
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.271.15SECTION 121.304
   121.304 What are the size requirements for refinancing an existing SBA loan
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.271.16SECTION 121.305
   121.305 What size eligibility requirements exist for obtaining financial assistance relating to particular procurements
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272SUBJGRP 272
Size Eligibility Requirements for Government Procurement
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.17SECTION 121.401
   121.401 What procurement programs are subject to size determinations
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.18SECTION 121.402
   121.402 What size standards are applicable to Federal Government Contracting programs
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.19SECTION 121.403
   121.403 Are SBA size determinations and NAICS code designations binding on parties
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.20SECTION 121.404
   121.404 When is the size status of a business concern determined
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.21SECTION 121.405
   121.405 May a business concern self-certify its small business size status
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.22SECTION 121.406
   121.406 How does a small business concern qualify to provide manufactured products or other supply items under a small business set-aside, service-disabled veteran-owned small business, HUBZone, WOSB or EDWOSB, or 8(a) contract
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.23SECTION 121.407
   121.407 What are the size procedures for multiple item procurements
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.24SECTION 121.408
   121.408 What are the size procedures for SBA's Certificate of Competency Program
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.25SECTION 121.409
   121.409 What size standard applies in an unrestricted procurement for Certificate of Competency purposes
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.26SECTION 121.410
   121.410 What are the size standards for SBA's Section 8(d) Subcontracting Program
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.27SECTION 121.411
   121.411 What are the size procedures for SBA's Section 8(d) Subcontracting Program
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.28SECTION 121.412
   121.412 What are the size procedures for partial small business set-asides
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.272.29SECTION 121.413
   121.413 [Reserved]
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273SUBJGRP 273
Size Eligibility Requirements for Sales or Lease of Government Property
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.30SECTION 121.501
   121.501 What programs for sales or leases of Government property are subject to size determinations
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.31SECTION 121.502
   121.502 What size standards are applicable to programs for sales or leases of Government property
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.32SECTION 121.503
   121.503 Are SBA size determinations binding on parties
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.33SECTION 121.504
   121.504 When does SBA determine the size status of a business concern
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.34SECTION 121.505
   121.505 What is the effect of a self-certification
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.35SECTION 121.506
   121.506 What definitions are important for sales or leases of Government-owned timber
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.36SECTION 121.507
   121.507 What are the size standards and other requirements for the purchase of Government-owned timber (other than Special Salvage Timber)
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.37SECTION 121.508
   121.508 What are the size standards and other requirements for the purchase of Government-owned Special Salvage Timber
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.38SECTION 121.509
   121.509 What is the size standard for leasing of Government land for coal mining
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.39SECTION 121.510
   121.510 What is the size standard for leasing of Government land for uranium mining
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.40SECTION 121.511
   121.511 What is the size standard for buying Government-owned petroleum
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.273.41SECTION 121.512
   121.512 What is the size standard for stockpile purchases
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.274SUBJGRP 274
Size Eligibility Requirements for the 8(a) Business Development Program
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.274.42SECTION 121.601
   121.601 What is a small business for purposes of admission to SBA's 8(a) Business Development program
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.274.43SECTION 121.602
   121.602 At what point in time must a 8(a) BD applicant be small
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.274.44SECTION 121.603
   121.603 How does SBA determine whether a Participant is small for a particular 8(a) BD subcontract
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.274.45SECTION 121.604
   121.604 Are 8(a) BD Participants considered small for purposes of other SBA assistance
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.275SUBJGRP 275
Size and Eligibility Requirements for the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.275.46SECTION 121.701
   121.701 What SBIR and STTR programs are subject to size and eligibility determinations and what definitions are important
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.275.47SECTION 121.702
   121.702 What size and eligibility standards are applicable to the SBIR and STTR programs
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.275.48SECTION 121.703
   121.703 Are formal size determinations binding on parties
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.275.49SECTION 121.704
   121.704 When does SBA determine the size and eligibility status of a business concern
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.275.50SECTION 121.705
   121.705 Must a business concern self-certify its size and eligibility status
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.276SUBJGRP 276
Size Eligibility Requirements for Paying Reduced Patent Fees
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.276.51SECTION 121.801
   121.801 May patent fees be reduced if a concern is small
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.276.52SECTION 121.802
   121.802 What size standards are applicable to reduced patent fees programs
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.276.53SECTION 121.803
   121.803 Are formal size determinations binding on parties
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.276.54SECTION 121.804
   121.804 When does SBA determine the size status of a business concern
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.276.55SECTION 121.805
   121.805 May a business concern self-certify its size status
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.277SUBJGRP 277
Size Eligibility Requirements for Compliance With Programs of Other Agencies
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.277.56SECTION 121.901
   121.901 Can other Government agencies obtain SBA size determinations
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.277.57SECTION 121.902
   121.902 What size standards are applicable to programs of other agencies
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.277.58SECTION 121.903
   121.903 How may an agency use size standards for its programs that are different than those established by SBA
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.277.59SECTION 121.904
   121.904 When does SBA determine the size status of a business concern
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278SUBJGRP 278
Procedures for Size Protests and Requests for Formal Size Determinations
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.60SECTION 121.1001
   121.1001 Who may initiate a size protest or request a formal size determination
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.61SECTION 121.1002
   121.1002 Who makes a formal size determination
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.62SECTION 121.1003
   121.1003 Where should a size protest be filed
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.63SECTION 121.1004
   121.1004 What time limits apply to size protests
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.64SECTION 121.1005
   121.1005 How must a protest be filed with the contracting officer
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.65SECTION 121.1006
   121.1006 When will a size protest be referred to an SBA Government Contracting Area Office
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.66SECTION 121.1007
   121.1007 Must a protest of size status relate to a particular procurement and be specific
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.67SECTION 121.1008
   121.1008 What occurs after SBA receives a size protest or request for a formal size determination
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.68SECTION 121.1009
   121.1009 What are the procedures for making the size determination
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.278.69SECTION 121.1010
   121.1010 How does a concern become recertified as a small business
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.279SUBJGRP 279
Appeals of Size Determinations and NAICS Code Designations
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.279.70SECTION 121.1101
   121.1101 Are formal size determinations subject to appeal
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.279.71SECTION 121.1102
   121.1102 Are NAICS code designations subject to appeal
13:1.0.1.1.17.1.279.72SECTION 121.1103
   121.1103 What are the procedures for appealing a NAICS code or size standard designation