Small Business Goaling and Achievements Report Updates


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DescriptionStart Date End Date
BETA Installation February 05, 2020February 05, 2020
Government Acceptance Testing February 07, 2020February 18, 2020
Installation in ProductionFebruary 19, 2020February 19, 2020

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Changes have been requested in the Small Business Goaling Report (SBGR) and the Small Business Achievements by Awarding Agency. The following changes will be made to the SBGR and the Small Business Achievements by Awarding Agency. Pursuant to the RISE Act and/or The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), contract actions meeting any of the following criteria will have the Dollars doubled:

IAESAM-723 – FY19: Applying double credit to “Small Business Dollars” when actions are awarded to small businesses physically located in Puerto Rico. This applies government-wide from 10/01/2018 until 9/30/2019.

IAESAM-723 – FY20 – FY22: Applying double credit to 5 categories* when Vendor Address State is Puerto Rico, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa,or the Northern Marianas Islands, and the Date Signed of the action is on or between 10/1/2019 and 9/30/2022

IAESAM-761:Applying double credit to 5 categories* when “Local Area Set Aside” is ‘Yes’. This applies government-wide starting 10/01/2018.

*The following five categories will have double credit applied:

1) Small Business Dollars
2) Small Disadvantaged Business Dollars (SDB)
3) Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Dollars (SDVOSB)
4) Women Owned Small Business Dollars (WOSB)
5) Certified HUBZone Small Business Dollars.

*Note: a single contract action may meet multiple conditions for double credit. In such a case, it will only be doubled once. As an example, if a contract fulfilled the conditions based on being located in one of the identified US territories above (e.g., Puerto Rico), and the contract is a Local Area Set Aside, the contract would be double counted only once. No circumstances will arise in which a contract action will be 'quadruple' counted.