Evaluate the small business set-aside program in regard to the eligibility to participate
Small Business Program and Source Selection Plans
Choose to respond to this scenario from a government or a contractor perspective. If you select government then you will complete the assignment as if you are a government employee
(or military personnel) receiving the proposal from the contractor. If you select contractor then you will complete the assignment as if you are a contractor employee submitting a proposal to the government.
Imagine that you are working on a program for the purchase of (if government) or the sale of (if contractor) the installation of security fencing around the base of towers along the Arizona-Mexico border that are used for long-range cameras. The cost of the project is one hundred thousand dollars ($100000). Your boss has asked you to create a portion of the main contract for a small business set- aside contract.
Write a six to eight (6-8) contract proposal in which you:
Examine the purpose of the federal small business program to include a historical aspect of the government regulations that created the program.
Evaluate the small business set-aside program in regard to the eligibility to participate.
Assess the dollar threshold reserved for small business contracts in the scenario.
Analyze the contract formats for government contracts to include universal and commercial formats. Determine which format to use for the small business contract described in the scenario.
Determine the purpose of the source selection evaluation plan.
Create ranking of criteria for evaluation plans for this scenario.
Use at least four (4) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
Be typed double spaced using Times New Roman font (size 12) with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format.
Compton P. B. (2010). Federal acquisition: Key issues and guidance. Vienna VA: Management Concepts Inc.
Feldman S. W. & Keyes W. N. (2011). Government contracts in a nutshell (5th ed.). St. Paul MN: Thomson Reuters.