Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
Title 7. Economic Development
12/11/2019

Agency 13. Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity

Preface
Agency Summary
Chapter 20
Regulations to Govern the Certification of Small, Women-Owned, and Minority-Owned BusinessesRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Confidentiality
Section 30
False or Misleading Information
Section 40
Eligible Small Business
Section 50
Eligible Micro Business
Section 60
Eligible Women-Owned Business
Section 70
Eligible Minority-Owned Business
Section 80
Eligible Out-of-State Business Enterprise
Section 90
General Provisions
Section 100
Ownership
Section 110
Control
Section 120
Certifying Franchises
Section 130
General Provisions
Section 140
Procedures for Initial Certification of Businesses Previously Certified by Other Qualifying Local, State, or Private Sector Certification Programs
Section 150
Procedures for Initial Certification
Section 155
Procedures for Initial Certification of Businesses Certified under Certain Federal Certification Programs
Section 160
Procedures for Renewal of Certification or Recertification
Section 170
Department-Initiated Evaluation
Section 180
Denial of Certification
Section 190
Notice of Denial
Section 200
Criteria for Revocation of Certification
Section 210
Revocation Procedure
Section 220
Reapplication
Section 230
Appeals from a Denial of Recertification or Revocation of Certification
FORMS
Forms (7VAC13-20)


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