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Page 174 - In any case in which a small-business concern or group of such concerns has been certified by or under the authority of the Administration to be a competent Government contractor with respect to capacity and credit...
Page 309 - CONCERNS (JAN. 1958) (a) It Is the policy of the Government as declared by the Congress that a fair proportion of the purchases and contracts for supplies and services for the Government be placed with small business concerns. (b) The Contractor agrees to accomplish the maximum amount of subcontracting to small business concerns that the Contractor finds to be consistent with the efficient performance of this contract. (b) The "Small Business Subcontracting Program...
Page 358 - Except as otherwise provided in this contract, any dispute concerning a question of fact arising under this contract which is not disposed of by agreement shall be decided by the Contracting Officer, who shall reduce his decision to writing and mail or otherwise furnish a copy thereof to the Contractor.
Page 477 - ... liquidation pursuant to the contract) should be effected only after notice to and discussion with the contractor, and after full exploration of the contractor's financial condition, existing or available credit arrangements, projected cash requirements, effect of progress payment reduction on the contractor's operations and generally, on the equities of the particular situation. Where contract performance is satisfactory, and there is neither overpayment...
Page 527 - ... products that have, prior to time set for opening of bids, been tested and qualify for inclusion in the qualified products list identified below, whether or not such products have actually been included in the list by that date. Manufacturers are urged to communicate with the office designated below and arrange to have the products that they propose to offer tested for qualification.
Page 174 - Administration's determination as to which enterprises are to be designated "small-business concerns", as authorized and directed under this paragraph; (7) To certify to Government procurement officers, and officers engaged in the sale and disposal of Federal property, with respect to the competency, as to capacity and credit, of any small-business concern or group of such concerns to perform a specific Government contract.
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Page 524 - The interest of the Government requires assurance, prior to award, that the product is satisfactory for its intended use.
Page 387 - It is the declared policy of the Congress that the Government should aid, counsel, assist, and protect, insofar as is possible, the interests of small-business concerns in order to preserve free competitive enterprise...
Page 499 - Any such reduction of progress payments on active contracts (other than normal liquidation pursuant to the contract) should be effected only after notice to and discussion with the contractor, and after full exploration of the contractor's financial condition, existing or available credit arrangements, projected cash requirements, effect of progress payment reduction on the contractor's operations, and generally on the equities of the particular situation.