Intermark, Inc., B-290925, October 23, 2002
B-290925: Oct 23, 2002
Which is not a small business concern. Agency is required to consult with Secretary of Education with a view to making award to SLA under the RSA if its proposal is in competitive range. There is no basis for eliminating the set-aside altogether. Since agency can serve the purpose of the RSA by issuing a solicitation that is generally restricted to small businesses but also provides for participation by the SLA in the procurement. Is the incumbent contractor. Since the SLA was. Not a small business because it is not an entity operated for profit. The agency concluded that it was required to withdraw the small business set-aside. Because the requirements for a small business set-aside were met.