The Small-Business Guide to Government Contracts: How to Comply with the Key Rules and Regulations and Avoid Terminated Agreements, Fines, or Worse

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INDEX
accounting, 216–217
administrative contracting officer (ACO), 214–216
administrative employees, 139
advertisements, employment, 119–121
affiliation, 23–49
examples, 23–24, 26, 28, 30, 50
general affiliation, see general affiliation importance, 24–26
ostensible subcontractor, see ostensible subcontractor affiliation
program eligibility, 26
size determination, 25, 26, 45
tribal entities, ANCs, NHOs, 311–313
affirmative action programs, 125–136
adopting, 126
compliance assistance, 133
for construction contractors, 133
number needed, 126–127
for subcontractors, 133–134
veterans and individuals with disabilities, 130–133
women and minorities, 127–129
age, exception to non-discrimination obligations, 118
aggregation rule, general affiliation and, 31–32
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), 317–318
Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs), 44, 310–326
affiliation, 311–313
8(a) Business Development Program, 313–320
HUBZone Program, 321–323
subcontracting, 323–324
Americans with Disabilities Act, 117
ANCs, see Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs)
annual anniversary date, for paid vacations, 148
annual placement goal, 128
apparent OCI mitigation, 178–179
apprentices, 143, 153
average annual receipts
calculating, 10, 14–19
companies less than three years old, 17–18
determining which receipts count, 16–17
short year, 18–19
three-year average, 10
average number of employees, 14
calculating, 19–21
employee, defined, 21
biased ground rules, 177
Boeing, 1, 100–101
bona fide agency, 167
bona fide employees, 166–168
bonding, ostensible subcontractor affiliation, 62
bottom-up approach, ostensible subcontractor affiliation, 60–61
BrettWorks, 163
Bribery
of federal officials, 162
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), 198–200
Burma, 198
Bush, George W., 64
business activity targets, 8(a) Business Development Program, 235–236
Buy American Act, 188–196
commercially available off-the-shelf items, 190, 193–196

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