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PPE ConferencePPE Conference
2 - 4 November 20102 - 4 November 2010
Vista PointVista Point
Sandra F. TyreeSandra F. Tyree
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Thanks for your support!!! Approx. 100 attendees!!!!
MSFSC SB EXPO
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SMALL BUSINESS
Small Disadvantaged
Woman-Owned
8(m)
8(a)
SMALL BUSINESSSMALL BUSINESS
HUBZone*
Veteran-Owned
Service Dis...
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Top 6 MSFSC NAICSTop 6 MSFSC NAICS
Code Description Size Standard
336611 Ship Building & Repair 1,000 employees
423830 I...
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Year End SB StatsYear End SB Stats
FY 10 RESULTS
01 OCT 09 – 30 SEP 10
MSC $ GOAL ACTUAL MSFSC $ GOAL ACTUAL
TOTAL AWARD...
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What should be set-aside?What should be set-aside?
Acquisitions of supplies or services valued over
$3,000 (micro-purcha...
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Over $150,000Over $150,000
The contracting officer shall set aside any
acquisition over $150,000 for small business
part...
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Set-aside ProgramsSet-aside Programs
 Small Business
 SBA 8(a) Program
 HUBZone
 Service-Disabled Veteran-
Owned
 W...
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SB Socio-economic ChallengesSB Socio-economic Challenges
Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business ~
 Limited sourc...
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SB Socio-economic ChallengesSB Socio-economic Challenges
Woman Owned Small Business ~
 Limited sources for competition...
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My ReviewsMy Reviews
 Procurements over $150,000 whether or not they are
set aside for SB
 Procurements between $3000...
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““Unofficial” Order of PreferenceUnofficial” Order of Preference
HUBZone, SDVOSB, and 8(a) Competition
Small Business S...
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8(a) Program8(a) Program
 9-year business development program
 Anticipated award price, including options, less than
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Competitive
– Buys over $3000
– “Rule of Two”
– No upward $ limit
– Can’t consider if
FSS, UNICOR,
NIB/NISH, or current...
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 Veterans Administration determines Service Disability
 Business size is self-determined
 No term limits – no need t...
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Role of SB Program ManagerRole of SB Program Manager
 Promote the use of SB and SDB for contract awards
 Provide trai...
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Questions ?Questions ?
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    One of the newest SBA programs, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses may be able to benefit from either the sole source or set-aside provisions. Although there are some limitations as to how and when they apply, businesses should be on the lookout for these opportunities.
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    1. 1. PPE ConferencePPE Conference 2 - 4 November 20102 - 4 November 2010 Vista PointVista Point Sandra F. TyreeSandra F. Tyree Small Business ProgramSmall Business Program DirectorDirector MSFSC Small BusinessMSFSC Small Business ProgramsPrograms Military Sealift Fleet SupportMilitary Sealift Fleet Support CommandCommand
    2. 2. 2 Thanks for your support!!! Approx. 100 attendees!!!! MSFSC SB EXPO
    3. 3. 3 SMALL BUSINESS Small Disadvantaged Woman-Owned 8(m) 8(a) SMALL BUSINESSSMALL BUSINESS HUBZone* Veteran-Owned Service Disabled Veteran Owned * FY 2011 Focus Area for MSFSC
    4. 4. 4 Top 6 MSFSC NAICSTop 6 MSFSC NAICS Code Description Size Standard 336611 Ship Building & Repair 1,000 employees 423830 Indus Mach & Equip 100 employees 541330 Marine Eng Services $ 4.5 mil Except Marine Engrg. & Nav. Arch $18.5 mil 333618 Other Engine Equip Manu. 1,000 employees 488390 Other Support Act. For H20 Trans. $ 7.0 mil 811310 Equip Maintenance $ 7.0 mil
    5. 5. 5 Year End SB StatsYear End SB Stats FY 10 RESULTS 01 OCT 09 – 30 SEP 10 MSC $ GOAL ACTUAL MSFSC $ GOAL ACTUAL TOTAL AWARDS $ 1,366,488,724 $ 317,808,022 SMALL BUSINESS $ 639,527,744 32.71% 46.80% $ 241,525,757 65.00% 76.00% WOMAN-OWNED SB $ 23,723,766 1.38% 1.74% $ 17,611,554 4.60% 5.54% SDB (incl. 8(a)) $ 54,897,895 3.84% 4.02% $ 41,468,615 4.60% 13.05% HUBZONE $ 28,553,618 0.76% 2.09% $ 22,598,767 3.00% 7.11% VOSB $ 106,183,028 - 7.77% $ 14,114,429 - 4.44% SDVOSB $ 12,117,490 3.00% 0.89% $ 6,875,657 3.00% 2.17%
    6. 6. 6 What should be set-aside?What should be set-aside? Acquisitions of supplies or services valued over $3,000 (micro-purchase threshold) but less than $150,000 are automatically reserved exclusively for small business concerns and shall be set aside for small business unless there is - No reasonable expectation of obtaining offers from two or more responsible small business concerns that are competitive in terms of market prices, quality, and delivery. (FAR 19.502-2)
    7. 7. 7 Over $150,000Over $150,000 The contracting officer shall set aside any acquisition over $150,000 for small business participation when there is a reasonable expectation that – Offers will be obtained from at least two responsible small business concerns Award can be made at fair market prices - F&R vs lowest price.
    8. 8. 8 Set-aside ProgramsSet-aside Programs  Small Business  SBA 8(a) Program  HUBZone  Service-Disabled Veteran- Owned  Woman-Owned SB 8(m)
    9. 9. 9 SB Socio-economic ChallengesSB Socio-economic Challenges Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business ~  Limited sources for competition within the maritime industry.  No major shipyards are owned by SDVOSBs  Many SDVs specialize in IT services vice ship repair  SDVs normally specialize in one area of repair (painting, HVAC, deck work, surface prep, vent cleaning).  Attending outreach events and creating a SDV source catalog has improved MSFSC’s performance.  Assisting N10 with market research also has provided more opportunities for SDVs.
    10. 10. 10 SB Socio-economic ChallengesSB Socio-economic Challenges Woman Owned Small Business ~  Limited sources for competition within the maritime industry.  No major shipyards are owned by WOSBs  Many WOSBs specialize in training and hotel services  New set-aside program  Attending outreach events has revealed sources for small ship repair tasks and facilities jobs.  During face to face meetings WOSBs are encouraged to seek subcontracting opportunities and also consider joint ventures.
    11. 11. 11 My ReviewsMy Reviews  Procurements over $150,000 whether or not they are set aside for SB  Procurements between $3000 and $150,000 that are not set aside for SB  Sole-source does not = SB set aside  An SBSA where only one quote is received should be awarded to that SB if the price is fair and reasonable.  F&R does not = lowest price  Only one response does not = sole source  All subcontracting plans (Required for procurements of $650,000 and above). Not required on SB set asides or if awardee is a Small Business.
    12. 12. 12 ““Unofficial” Order of PreferenceUnofficial” Order of Preference HUBZone, SDVOSB, and 8(a) Competition Small Business Set-Aside Full & Open Competition Sole Source Small Sole Source Large HUBZone, SDVOSB, and 8(a) Sole Source
    13. 13. 13 8(a) Program8(a) Program  9-year business development program  Anticipated award price, including options, less than $6.5M for manufacturing or $4M for other – sole source  Contractor is a current participant in the 8(a) program on date of award  Contractor is responsible with respect to performance  Award can be made at a fair, reasonable price  Sole source J&A not required for 8(a) program
    14. 14. 14 Competitive – Buys over $3000 – “Rule of Two” – No upward $ limit – Can’t consider if FSS, UNICOR, NIB/NISH, or current 8(a) procurement Sole Source – Buys over $150,000 – Only 1 Source – Up to $6.0 M (mfg) – Up to $3.5 M (non- mfg) – Can’t consider if FSS, UNICOR, NIB/NISH, or 8(a) Service Disabled VeteranService Disabled Veteran Owned Small BusinessesOwned Small Businesses
    15. 15. 15  Veterans Administration determines Service Disability  Business size is self-determined  No term limits – no need to apply or reapply  Competitive and sole-source program benefits  Subcontracting and Prime Contracting goals (3%)  FAR 19.14  Prior to award – check Vetbiz.gov Service Disabled VeteranService Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (cont.)Owned Small Businesses (cont.)
    16. 16. 16 Role of SB Program ManagerRole of SB Program Manager  Promote the use of SB and SDB for contract awards  Provide training to contracting and technical personnel  Screen procurements for possible SB set asides (DD 2579)  Conduct market research  Participate in SB events and conferences  Planning Committee for Navy BCC and SDVOSB Conferences  Assist with Market Research  Distribute MSFSC Small Business Newsletter (monthly)  Serve as Agency’s point of contact for all issues related to small business  Brief front office quarterly on the status of the program  Compile SB results and forward to MSCHQ for final reporting to the Navy Small Business Program Office (WNY)  Serve as liaison between SB and technical (PEs, CMs, etc.)
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