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Federal contractors are required to maintain an acceptable subcontracting plan if they are a large business (including all affiliates) and the estimated dollar value of the base contract and all option periods exceeds, or is expected to exceed, $650,000.
Contractors that meet the above criteria must establish a subcontracting plan with specific dollar and percent goals for subcontracting to small, HUBZone small, small disadvantaged, small women-owned, veteran-owned small, and service-disabled veteran-owned small business firms. This plan must be in place prior to contract award and is updated annually.
The requirement to submit a subcontracting plan does not apply to:
|Plan Type||Description||eSRS Reporting Requirements|
|Commercial||A subcontracting plan that covers the company’s fiscal year and that applies to the entire production of commercial items sold by either the entire company or a portion thereof (i.e. division, plant, or product line).
A commercial plan is the preferred type of subcontracting plan for contractors furnishing commercial items.
|Individual||A subcontracting plan that covers the entire contract period, applies to a specific subcontract, and has goals that are based on the company’s planned purchases of products and services needed to maintain a specific Federal contract (i.e. VA Federal Supply Schedule contract).||Semi-Annual|
The current VA subcontracting goals are based upon total procurement dollars expended.
|Veteran Owned Small Business||5.0%|
|Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business||3.0%|
|Small Disadvantaged Businesses (includes Section 8(a))||5.0%|
|Woman-Owned Small Business||5.0%|
|Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Zone Small Business||3.0%|
Review the VA FSS Subcontracting Plan Training presentation (Updated 12/18/2013) for detailed information on how to complete the VA FSS Subcontracting Plan Template!
NOTE: This is a suggested format only. Other formats are acceptable; however, all identified elements must be included for your plan to be processed and approved. Additional guidance is included in FAR 52.219-9.