This form is required to be completed by the contract specialist and/or contracting officer (block numbers 1 through 8), and approved by the bureau small business specialist, and if applicable, the OSDBU official and SBA Procurement Center Representative (PCR). The CD-570 is required for:
Procurement actions including contracts, task orders, and delivery orders for supplies and services valued above $100,000 (Subpart 19.502-2);
At the discretion of the bureau small business specialist, full and open procurements valued under $100,000;
Modifications to existing contracts that add new work valued over $500,000 or that increase the total contract cost to over $500,000;
Consolidation of two or more procurement requirements for goods and services;
The CD-570 is not required for:
Purchases of less than $2,500.
Purchases from required sources of supply under FAR Part 8, except for orders under FSS and GWAC valued above $100,000.
Modifications to existing contracts extending performance time, decreasing funds, or administrative changes.
Block 1. PROCURING OFFICE
Enter the contact information of the procuring office submitting this form.
Block 2. REQUESTING OFFICE
Enter contact information of the program office. Enter the requisition number from block A on the CD-435 Procurement Request form.
Block 3a. DESCRIPTION/TITLE
Enter brief description of the required product or service or project title. Attach statement of work. Check appropriate box to indicate if requirement is new, recompete, or contract modification.
Block 3b. ESTIMATED TOTAL CONTRACT VALUE
Enter the value of the independent government cost estimate based on the contract life of the requirement.
Block 3c. SUBCONTRACTING PLAN REQUIRED
Check appropriate box to indicate if subcontracting plan is required. (A subcontracting plan is required for negotiated and sealed bidding acquisitions expected to exceed $500,000 for goods or services, or $1,000,000 for construction, and that have subcontracting possibilities (Subpart 19.702)).
Block 3d. CONSOLIDATED REQUIREMENT (Also known as contract bundling)
If “yes,” attach justification, along with results of market research, to demonstrate measurably substantial benefits for consolidating two or more procurement requirements for goods or services (Subpart 7.107).
Block 3e. NON-MANUFACTURER RULE WAIVER
Check appropriate box to indicate if the Small Business Manufacturer Rule is applicable (Subpart 19.502-2(c)).
Block 4. ESTIMATED ACQUISITION SCHEDULE
Enter approximate dates for acquisition schedule.
Block 5. SMALL BUSINESS SIZE STANDARD
Enter appropriate information to specify the applicable small business size standard.
Block 6. PROPOSED SOURCES
Enter results of market research by selecting the type and quantity of businesses solicited. Attach list of potential sources, including name, address, and phone number. (Examples of “other” types of sources include Federal Prison Industries, Inc. and Javits-Wagner-O'Day Act participating non-profit agencies for the blind or severely disabled).
Block 7. RECOMMENDED ACTION
Check appropriate box to indicate proposed acquisition methodology (see Subparts 19.5 and 19.13). If a set-aside is not recommended, a justification statement must be attached to form.
Block 8. CONTRACT SPECIALIST/OFFICER
Contracting official indicates approval of recommended action.
Block 9. REVIEW BY BUREAU SMALL BUSINESS SPECIALIST
Bureau small business specialist indicates approval of recommended action. The CD-570 must be submitted to OSDBU within 3 working days after the bureau SB specialist’s signature.
Block 10. REVIEW BY OSDBU
OSDBU official indicates approval of recommended action. CD-570 must be approved by OSDBU prior to release of the solicitation. OSDBU recommendation will be made to the contracting official identified in block 8 within 2 working days after receipt of the package unless the package requires review by SBA.
Block 11. REVIEW BY SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SBA PCR indicates approval of recommended action. FAR 19.202-1(e)(1) requires that certain proposed acquisition packages be provided to the SBA PCR at least 30 days prior to solicitation release, therefore, the contracting official should plan accordingly.
Block 12. CONTRACT AWARD INFORMATION
The contracting officer must enter the appropriate contract award information and distribute copies to the bureau SB specialist, OSDBU official, and SBA PCR.
If the contracting officer rejects the SBA PCR’s recommendation, made in accordance with 19.402(c)(2), the contracting officer shall document the basis for the rejection and notify the SBA PCR in accordance with Subpart 19.505.
SB = Small Business
WOSB = Woman Owned Small Business
VOSB = Veteran Owned Small Business
SDVOSB = Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
8(a) = SBA Business Development Program for Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Individuals
SDB = Small Disadvantaged Business
HUBZone = Historically Underutilized Business Zone