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Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Subcontracting Plan Goals
1. Contractor : McDonnell-Douglas Company
2. Contractor address (City, State): St. Louis, MO
5. Brief narrative explaining why the contracting officer determined the goals were sufficient.
The goals were generated by identifying known large, small and small disadvantaged sources. If actual sources
not known, historically developed ratios were applied to the various categories of requirements to develop estimates of small and small disadvantaged business participation.
Responses to Questions Submitted for the Record
Regarding Consolidated Contracts
1. Question: How many consolidated contracts have you awarded over the past 2 years?
Answer: The Navy awarded 14 consolidated contracts during the period June T, 1982 through May 15, 1984. (Consolidated has been deemed to mean that two more Commercial Activities (CA) type functions are contained in the contract for purposes of this response). 2. Question: How many consolidated contracts have been awarded since the issuance of revised OMB Circular A-76?
Answer: Revised OMB Circular A-76 was issued on August 4, 1983. Since that time seven consolidated contracts have been awarded by the Navy (five to small businesses and two to large businesses). It should be noted, however, that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented Parts II, III and IV of the Supplement to the revised A-76 Circular on March 20, 1984 and the Navy followed with its implementation of these parts on March 27, 1984. Since then the Navy awarded one consolidated contract. The Circular itself, and Part I of the Supplement entitled "Policy Implementation" which contains guidance with respect to small and small disadvantaged businesses, have not yet been formally implemented within DoD.
3. Answers with respect to questions on each consolidated contract attached.