Small business size standards: North American Industry Classification System,

 
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[Federal Register: October 22, 1999 (Volume 64, Number 204)]

[Proposed Rules]

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Part II

Small Business Administration

13 CFR Part 121

Small Business Size Regulations; Size Standards and the North American Industry Classification System; Proposed Rule

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SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

13 CFR Part 121

Small Business Size Regulations; Size Standards and the North American Industry Classification System

AGENCY: Small Business Administration.

ACTION: Proposed rule.

SUMMARY: The Small Business Administration (SBA) proposes to amend its size regulations by establishing small business size standards for industries defined under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). Small business size standards currently exist for most industries under the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system. NAICS replaced the SIC system effective January 1, 1997. All Federal agencies that collect establishment-based data must use the new system. Although SBA is not required to use NAICS, SBA proposes to establish small business size standards for industries as defined in NAICS. SBA is doing so because it views NAICS as a better description of industries in the U.S. economy than the SIC system. Also, SBA uses industry data from the Census Bureau to develop and revise size standards, which will no longer be available for SIC industries after the 1997 Economic Census. SBA proposes that NAICS-based size standards replace the SIC-based size standards in 13 CFR 121.201, and that the new size standards be effective for Fiscal Year (FY) 2001, which begins October 1, 2000.

DATES: SBA must receive comments on or before December 21, 1999.

ADDRESSES: Address all comments concerning this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Gary M. Jackson, Assistant Administrator for Size Standards, Office of Size Standards, 409 3rd St., SW, Washington, DC 20416.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Carl Jordan, Office of Size Standards, at (202) 205-6618.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Introduction

Under section 3(a)(2) of the Small Business Act, SBA establishes small business definitions, or size standards, by industry category and varies size standards as necessary to reflect industry differences to determine small business eligibility for Federal programs. SBA currently uses the SIC system to define an industry. Because NAICS replaced the SIC system for use of Federal agencies in collecting economic data, SBA reviewed NAICS to determine whether SBA should also use NAICS to define industries for the purpose of establishing industry size standards. Based on its review, SBA proposes this rule to convert small business size standards to NAICS, effective October 1, 2000. SBA invites comments from interested parties on SBA's proposal to adopt NAICS-based size standards.

NAICS was designed, as was the SIC system, solely for statistical purposes. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) published a ``Notice of final decision'' in the Federal Register (FR) on April 9, 1997 (62 FR 17288-17478), announcing its decision to adopt NAICS. OMB's notice states that ``NAICS shall not be used in any administrative, regulatory, or tax program unless the head of the agency administering that program has first determined that the use of such industry definitions is appropriate for implementation of the program's objectives.''

As the Administrator of SBA I have determined that the NAICS industry definitions are appropriate for use in SBA programs and for the implementation of its objectives. SBA proposes this rule to amend its size regulations. SBA believes NAICS is an improvement over the SIC system in identifying industries in the U.S. economy. SBA also believes that size standards established for NAICS industries will better define small business.

Present Status of NAICS

OMB adopted NAICS to replace the 1987 SIC system. NAICS is based on concepts developed by the U.S. Economic Classification Policy Committee (ECPC), an interagency committee established by OMB, with Statistics Canada and Mexico's Instituto Nacional de Estadistica Geografia e Informatica. OMB first announced its intention to revise the SIC for 1997 in the Federal Register on March 31, 1993 (58 FR 16990-17004). From then and through to November 5, 1996, OMB published six issue papers, two research reports and seven Federal Register notices requesting public comments. OMB published the final NAICS structure in the April 9, 1997, Federal Register notice, referred to above.

SBA does not include here the entire texts of OMB's or ECPC's documents. SBA suggests that interested parties review the above cited April 9, 1997, Federal Register notice, with earlier Federal Register notices, proposed rules and other papers and documents that preceded and followed that final notice. SBA believes that doing so can help interested parties understand NAICS better and increase awareness of the proposed changes that affect them and their industry. Copies of the Federal Register notices are available from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, or by calling 1 (202) 512-1800. Those with access to the Internet can obtain all Federal Register notices for 1995 and forward via GPO Access at http://www.access.gpo.gov/su__docs. Also, the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Census (Census Bureau) at http://www.census.gov/ epcd/www/naics.html has the April 9, 1997, Federal Register notice and other relevant documents.

The text of the April 9, 1997, Federal Register notice includes two tables that present the relationship between the NAICS and SIC structures. ``NAICS United States,'' when it refers to NAICS, is used to distinguish it from the NAICS of Canada and the NAICS of Mexico. Unless otherwise noted, throughout this proposed rule SBA refers to ``NAICS United States'' simply as ``NAICS,'' unless the longer term in a given context will avoid confusing it with the NAICS of Canada or Mexico. Table 1 of the April 9, 1997, Federal Register notice is the entire 1997 NAICS United States related to the 1987 SIC system. Table 2 of the April 9, 1997, Federal Register notice is the 1987 SIC system related to the 1997 NAICS United States.

SBA will summarize below some of the concepts of NAICS, and explain why SBA proposes to establish size standards using NAICS. SBA then describes its proposed implementation schedule and conversion methodology.

Overview of NAICS

The SIC system was established in the 1930's. With many revisions, the last in 1987, the SIC system included new industries and deleted or changed others, but kept its basic structure. NAICS was designed specifically to incorporate four principles into an industry classification system. OMB restated these principles in the April 9, 1997, Federal Register notice,

``(1) NAICS will be erected on a production-oriented, or supply- based, conceptual framework. This means that producing units that use identical or similar production processes will be grouped together in NAICS. (2) The system will give special attention to developing production-oriented classifications for (a) new and emerging industries, (b) service industries in general, and (c) industries engaged in the production of advanced technologies. (3) Time series continuity will be maintained to the extent possible. However, changes in the economy and proposals from data users must be considered. In addition, adjustments will

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be required for sectors where Canada, Mexico, and the United States presently have incompatible industry classification definitions in order to produce a common industry system for all three North American countries. (4) The system will strive for compatibility with the 2-digit level of the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC, Rev. 3) of the United Nations.'' (62 FR 17289)

NAICS is a new system that classifies establishments according to how they conduct their economic activity. Establishments that have similar methods of conducting their economic activity are classified together in an industry. ``Its [NAICS's] purposes are (1) To facilitate the collection, tabulation, presentation, and analysis of data relating to establishments, and (2) to promote uniformity and comparability in the presentation of statistical data describing the economy.'' (62 FR 17288)

NAICS recognizes a large number of new industries and expands many others. There are 1,004 SIC codes and approximately 1,175 NAICS codes, including more than 150 new Services industries. In manufacturing alone, there are 473 NAICS industries, of which 79 are new. Many SIC economic activities are combined with other similar activities to form new NAICS industries. Also, many economic activities that are parts of individual SIC codes are now entirely new NAICS industries. For example, there are many economic activities described in SIC 7389 (Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified). Appendix B, ``1987 U.S. SIC Matched to 1997 NAICS U.S.,'' of North American Industry Classification System -- United States, 1997, indicates that economic activities included within SIC 7389 are now classified in 36 separate NAICS industries.

The NAICS structure differs from that of the SIC system by using new terminology to identify groups of industries and a new coding system to identify various industry groupings.

``NAICS is organized in a hierarchical structure, much like the existing U.S. SIC system. The 1987 SIC system employs a 4-digit coding system, in which the first two digits designate a `major group' that in NAICS is known as a `subsector,' the third digit designates the industry group, and the fourth digit designates the industry. For example, in the 1987 U.S. SIC, the two digits 26 designate the major group for the manufacture of `Paper and Allied Products,' within which the digits 262 designate an industry group titled `Paper Mills,' which contains one 4-digit industry, SIC 2621, also titled `Paper Mills.' NAICS employs a 6-digit coding system in which the first two digits designate the sector (the NAICS term `sector' is replacing the term `division' used in the 1987 SIC), the third digit designates the subsector, the fourth digit designates the industry group, the fifth digit represents the NAICS industry (the most detailed level at which comparable data will be available for Canada, Mexico, and the United States), and the sixth digit designates individual country-level national industries. Using the paper mill example above, in NAICS United States industry 322121 the two initial digits 32 designate a manufacturing sector and the three digits 322 designate the paper manufacturing subsector. Within 322 is the industry group 3221, Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills, within which is NAICS industry 32212, Paper Mills. There are two U.S. national industries under Paper Mills: 322121, Paper (except Newsprint) Mills, and 322122, Newsprint Mills.'' (62 FR 17290)

Table I below shows the structural difference between the NAICS 6- digit and the SIC 4-digit systems.

Table I

NAICS

SIC

XX

Industry X

Industry Sector

Division XXX

Industry XX

Major Group Subsecto r XXXX

Industry XXX

Industry Group Group XXXX

Industry XXXX

Industry XXXXXX

National Industry

Table II illustrates how the paper mills example above is represented in the NAICS United States and the SIC tables as follows:

Table II

NAICS

SIC

31-33

Manufactu Div

Manufacturing ring 322

Paper 26

Paper and Manufact

Allied uring

Products 3221

Pulp, 262

Paper Mills Paper, and Paperboa rd Mills 32212

Paper 2621

Paper Mills Mills 322121

Paper (except Newsprin t) Mills 322122

Newsprint Mills

Reasons To Change

NAICS is a significant improvement over the SIC system and provides a better structure on which to establish size standards by industry category. NAICS was developed to describe the structure of today's economy. SBA is confident that a new table of small business size standards reflecting NAICS industries will be in the interests of small business. SBA believes it should use NAICS for its small business size standards for the following reasons:

1. The SIC system has not kept up with the economy. This problem is a major criticism of the SIC system, because it does not adequately reflect the emergence of industries that introduce and use new and advanced technologies. The SIC system also does not sufficiently recognize industries that produce, create or provide the means of access to information and technology -- industries whose main capital is knowledge and human input. Further, the current version of the SIC system is eleven years old, and OMB will not update or revise it. The SIC system will not be improved. Because the SIC system does not adequately describe industries in today's economy, SBA, for size standards purposes, has already had to segment some individual SIC industry codes, establishing multiple size standards within them to reflect

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certain economic segments of those SIC industries. An example of a size standard for a segment of an industry is SIC 1629 (Heavy Construction -- Not Elsewhere Classified) which includes ``Dredging -- General Contractors.'' Other examples of SIC codes with more than one size standard are SIC 4212, SIC 4499, SIC 4522, SIC 7389 and SIC 8744.

2. NAICS recognizes the growth and expansion of the services and technological industries. NAICS gives special attention to the Services industries, which constitute approximately 75% of the Gross Domestic Product, but make up only one of the ten Divisions in the SIC system, namely, Division I. The SIC Services Division has evolved into eight separate NAICS Sectors. For example, there is one for Professional, Scientific and Technical Services. This Sector includes the legal, accounting, architectural, engineering, computer, environmental remediation, and other management and consulting services. Also, manufacturing is reorganized to better categorize recent technological products, such as the manufacture and reproduction of magnetic and optical media, which identifies software and prerecorded compact discs as separate industries.

3. The Census Bureau will no longer organize and make data available for SIC industries after the 1997 Economic Census. The Census Bureau performs an Economic Census every five years, and the last one available was for 1992. After the data from each of the recent (including 1992) Economic Censuses became available, SBA obtained from the Census Bureau a special compilation for its own use in evaluating, determining and revising small business size standards. For the 1997 Economic Census, the special compilation needed by SBA will be based on both the SIC and NAICS data organization. Thereafter, the Census Bureau will organize future quinquennial Economic Census data on NAICS alone.

Census data are important because of the statutory mandate that ``the [SBA] Administrator shall ensure that the size standard varies from industry to industry to the extent necessary to reflect the differing characteristics of the various industries and consider other factors deemed to be relevant by the Administrator.'' (Small Business Act, section 3(a)(3), 15 U.S.C. 632). SBA develops size standards on the premise that the relative position of firms within an industry, in terms of size, differentiates a small business from all other businesses in that industry. SBA uses the most recent Economic Census data to determine the size of small businesses in an industry relative to their entire industry of which they are a part. If SBA continues to use the SIC system to establish size standards, it will have to rely on data organized by NAICS industries that cannot be directly compared with its size standards.

4. SBA believes that all other Federal agencies will switch to NAICS for their program and administrative purposes, including consistency in the use of an industry classification system within the Federal government. Many of these Federal agencies use an industry classification system associated with its procurement activities, procurement data collection and analysis, and regulatory enforcement. Also, there are many non-federal governmental bodies, private associations and companies that use the SIC system and have adopted SBA's small business size standards. SBA expects that most of them, if they are not already doing so, will convert to NAICS as well. If other Federal agencies and the private sector organizations implement NAICS for various program and administrative purposes, confusion and inconsistency will likely result if SBA delays issuing a NAICS size standards table. Since industry data will be available to these agencies in the NAICS format, SBA believes its size standards should be available also based on NAICS. Since small business size standards have a direct affect on Federal government activities, beyond record keeping and statistical analysis, SBA believes that issuing a new table of size standards will properly serve users of NAICS and small business size standards.

Proposed Implementation Date of NAICS Size Standards

NAICS-based size standards are proposed to be effective for all Federal small business programs beginning with FY 2001, which starts October 1, 2000. SBA has selected this date to implement NAICS-based size standards for several reasons.

First, Federal government recordkeeping and statistics will be more consistent and comparable with past data and for analyzing future small business activity if implementation of the new table of size standards is at the beginning of a fiscal year.

Second, SBA and other users of size standards will need to collect data on their small business programs on the NAICS format to be able to compare those data with the future Federal statistics. Establishing NAIC-based size standards by FY 2001 will allow for the development of one or two years worth of historical program data prior to the release of NAICS statistics. The availability of such comparable data will ensure the credibility of analyses comparing program data with industry data.

Finally, small business size standards apply to most Federal agencies and their programs involving small businesses. Federal agencies that use NAICS and SBA's small business size standards will need time to determine how to implement the new size standards and to develop training tools necessary to do so. SBA believes that a FY 2001 implementation will allow enough time for agencies to learn NAICS and to convert and update their data bases and tracking systems. If, after having evaluated the comments to this proposed rule, SBA decides to put the new table of size standards into place, it will issue a final rule as soon as possible. SBA intends to provide agencies with sufficient time to implement the size standards.

Methodology for Converting From SIC Codes to NAICS Codes for Establishing Size Standards

SBA establishes small business size standards at the industry level, and in some specific instances for an economic activity below the industry level. In the SIC system, the industry level is identified by a 4-digit code. In establishing size standards based on NAICS, the SBA is proposing to establish individual small business size standards at the United States Industry level. As discussed above, NAICS identifies an industry by a 5-digit code for applicability to all three countries. But NAICS also permits each country to establish a national industry that applies only to itself, which is identified by a 6-digit code. Accordingly, a size standard will be established for each 6-digit United States Industry. If a NAICS Industry does not contain U.S. Industries, then a size standard will be established at the NAICS Industry level, but all NAICS codes for which SBA proposes size standards will include six digits. As stated, six-digit NAICS codes represent U.S. Industries. ``A zero as the sixth digit generally indicates that the [5-digit] NAICS industry and the U.S. Industry are the same'' (North American Industry Classification Manual -- United States, 1997, p. 15). This approach is consistent with the coding scheme in the NAICS Manual, and will make it easier for SBA and other users of NAICS to convert database fields from four-digit SIC industries to the six-digit NAICS industries.

As an alternative, SBA considered establishing size standards only at the 5-digit NAICS Industry level, which would result in fewer size standards.

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This might seem to simplify the structure of SBA's size standards. However, SBA does not believe this is in the best interests of businesses eligible under the current size standards. NAICS United States recognizes many ``large, important U.S. industries that cannot be recognized in the other countries [Canada and Mexico] because of size, specialization, or organization of the industry'' (North American Industry Classification System -- United States, 1997, p. 15). Many of these U.S. Industries are the same as one or more SIC industries, often with different size standards. If SBA were to establish size standards at only the 5-digit (i.e., NAICS Industry) level, many size standards now based on SIC codes would have to be changed to develop a common size standard at the NAICS Industry level. This would produce undesirable changes to the size standards of too many industries, and consequently, alter the small business status of many businesses, possibly causing unnecessary disruption in business activities and planning. More significantly, some businesses that SBA believes should be considered small would lose their small business status while other businesses would gain small business status that SBA does not consider to be properly defined as small business. This would occur since the decision on the NAICS size standard would be based on a broader definition of an industry than that which actually exists in the United States.

In establishing size standards for NAICS Industries, SBA proposes to use the current SIC-based size standards and convert them to NAICS following certain guidelines described below in Table III. In doing so, SBA will retain, to the extent practicable, the small business status of firms currently eligible for Federal small business programs. For many SIC industries, there exists a corresponding NAICS industry. For example, SIC 8111, Legal Services, is the same as NAICS 54111, Offices of Lawyers. In this case and in others like it, SBA proposes that the size standard for the NAICS industry shall be the same as it is for the SIC industry ($5 million in this example).

For many other industries, however, the conversion process is more than a simple transference of code numbers from one system to another. Many NAICS industries correspond to a combination of two or more SIC industries. A single NAICS industry may be comprised of a part of one SIC industry, parts of two or more SIC industries, two or more entire SIC industries, or one or more entire SIC industries together with one or more parts of SIC industries. (E.g., NAICS 334119, Other Computer Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing, is constructed from three manufacturing SIC industries -- all of SIC 3577, Computer Peripheral Equipment, Not Elsewhere Classified; part of SIC 3578, Calculating and Accounting Machines (point of sale terminals and fund transfer devices); and part of SIC 3699, Electrical Machinery, Equipment and Supplies, NEC [bar code scanners].) Similarly, parts of a single SIC industry can now be found in more than one NAICS industry. (E.g., parts of SIC 3652, Phonograph Records and Prerecorded Audio Tapes and Disks, can be found in NAICS 334612, Prerecorded Compact Disc [Except Software], Tape and Record Reproducing, and in NAICS 51222, Integrated Record Production/Distribution.) In many cases, a common size standard exists for the SIC industries comprising the new NAICS Industry. In other cases, the SIC industries have different size standards, and SBA must decide what NAICS size standard is the most appropriate for the NAICS industry to minimize the number of small businesses affected by a change in the size standard.

To ensure that NAICS size standards are established in a consistent manner, SBA proposes a methodology to determine an appropriate size standard for each NAICS industry. This methodology consists of guidelines discussed in Table III below. The table includes examples of some NAICS industries with proposed size standards to illustrate the guidelines that SBA intends to follow. Further below in this proposed rule is Table IV, a complete table that shows each NAICS industry with the SIC industry or industries that are related to it. Table IV provides the existing size standard(s) for the associated SIC code(s) and the proposed size standard for each NAICS code, as they result from application of the guidelines set out in Table III.

Table III

The proposed size standard for If the NAICS industry is composed of: the NAICS industry would be:

1. One SIC industry or part of one The same size standard as for the SIC industry.

SIC industry or part.

e.g., NAICS 331221, NAICS 513111, NAICS 513112, NAICS 51312

2. More than one SIC industry; parts The same size standard as for of more than one SIC industry; or those SIC industries or parts of one or more SIC industry and part(s) SIC industries. of one or more SIC industry, And they all have the same size standard.

e.g., NAICS 315234, NAICS 51333, NAICS 561599

3. More than one SIC industry; parts The same size standard as for the of more than one SIC industry; or SIC industry or SIC industry one or more SIC industry and part(s) part(s) that most closely of one or more SIC industry,

matches the economic activity And

described by the NAICS industry. they do not all have the same size standard.

e.g., NAICS 332999, NAICS 334119, NAICS 334612, NAICS 44211, NAICS 48721, NAICS 48799, NAICS 48831, NAICS 53212, NAICS 53222, NAICS 561621, NAICS 71151, NAICS 81222, NAICS 81399

4. One or more parts of an SIC

The same size standard as for industry for which SBA has

that specific SIC industry part. established specific size standards (i.e., further segmented).

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e.g., NAICS 23499, NAICS 441229, NAICS 53119, NAICS 54133, NAICS 611512

5. One or more SIC industries and/or SBA will (a) apply a size parts of SIC industries that were standard measure (e.g., number categorized broadly under the SIC of employees, annual receipts) system as Services, Retail Trade, typical of the NAICS Sector; and Wholesale Trade or Manufacturing, (b) apply the corresponding but are now categorized differently ``anchor'' size standard. The under NAICS.

``anchor'' size standards are $5 million for Services and Retail Trade, 500 employees for Manufacturing and 100 employees for Wholesale Trade (except for Federal procurement programs, where the standard is 500 employees under the non- manufacturer rule).

e.g., NAICS 311811, NAICS 326212, NAICS 334611, NAICS 339116, NAICS 42199, NAICS 44131.

The above guidelines, based on SBA's analysis of NAICS, produce a table of small business size standards that accomplishes SBA's objectives. There are approximately 1,175 NAICS industries, and small business size standards for virtually all economic activities within the SIC codes will remain the same in NAICS. Most of the proposed small business size standards result from applying the first two guidelines. SBA will consider modifying the guidelines, if public comments demonstrate persuasive reason to make different guidelines or size standards.

The discussion above explains SBA's reasons for wanting to convert its size standards to NAICS and how it arrived at the proposed size standards. To further assist in this change, SBA requests public comments on its proposal, especially on the following issues:

(1) Is FY 2001 an appropriate effective date?

(2) Are the guidelines SBA used in proposing the new size standards appropriate?

(3) Will there be a significant impact on firms in an industry where some firms will lose size eligibility, or formerly large firms will now become small?

(4) If the answer to (3) is yes, how can SBA eliminate or minimize that potential impact?

Possible Effects of Change From SIC to NAICS Structure

SBA estimates, based on data from the 1992 Economic Census and Federal Procurement Data Center (FPDC), that the new table of small business size standards using the NAICS structure will cause little loss of small business eligibility to firms that participate or are eligible to participate in Federal small business programs. Small business size standards have their greatest applicability in the arena of Federal government procurement of goods and services. Under current size regulations on procurements reserved for small businesses (13 CFR 121.402(b)), a contracting officer must assign the SIC code that best describes the principal purpose of the procurement and provide the small business size standard. The principle behind the regulation will not change because of the new NAICS-based table of the small business size standards. The nature of the product or service will not change, only its numerical designation and category. For most procurements, the size standard will be the same using the correct NAICS code as if an SIC code had been used.

Another important application of size standards involves SBA's loan and financial assistance programs. NAICS-based size standards will apply to these programs in the same way as SIC-based size standards do. Title 13 CFR 121.301(a) will still state that the applicant for financial assistance must not exceed the size standard for the industry in which the applicant combined with its affiliates is primarily engaged and the applicant alone is primarily engaged. An applicant company that must be small under one or more SIC industries will need to be small under the one or more NAICS codes that describes its economic activity. As with government procurement, the use of the proposed NAICS size standards should result in very few firms losing small business eligibility for SBA financial assistance.

A change from the SIC system to NAICS will impact the collection and analysis of program and industry data. Because the SIC system at its lowest level has only four digits, users of the new NAICS size standards will have to adapt their data bases to accommodate the 6- digit NAICS coding structure. Such modifications and other changes associated with this effort will entail costs depending on the type of databases used to collect information. However, costs should be very low in most cases for the conversion of information and data files using prepackaged software programs. For custom software programs, the time and expense to accomplish this transition will vary depending on the nature of the programs, and could be considerable in some cases.

Proposed NAICS Size Standards

Below is Table IV which contains the small business size standards that SBA proposes for industries under NAICS. Table IV shows 1997 NAICS industry codes, 1997 NAICS industry descriptions, and whether the NAICS industry is new, existing or revised. It also provides SBA's proposed size standards for the NAICS industries, and to the right of it the existing size standard for the similar SIC industries, followed by the 1987 SIC code and 1987 SIC industry descriptions. A standard size asterisk before an SIC code indicates the activity is a part of that SIC code. Numerical superscripts refer to Footnotes to Table IV. Existing and proposed size standards are expressed generally in millions of dollars ($ millions) or number of employees (emp #).

Note: The numerical superscripts in the column of proposed size standards refer to footnotes in the proposed table of small business size standards included in the proposed rule. The numerical superscripts in the column of existing size standards refer to the footnotes that immediately follow this table, which are provided as part of the Supplemental Information.

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Table IV

Proposed size

Existing 1997 NAICS

New, standard ($ size

1987 SIC 1997 NAICS code

industry

Existing or million or standard ($ code (* = 1987 SIC industry description

Revised emp #) for million or part of SIC description industry

NAICS emp #) for code) industry SIC activity

Sector 11 -- Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting

Subsector 111 -- Crop Production

11111............ Soybean Farming...

E

$0.5

$0.5

0116 Soybeans 11112............ Oilseed (except

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0119 Cash Grains, NEC Soybean) Farming.

(oilseed, except soybean farming) 11113............ Dry Pea and Bean

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0119 Cash Grains, NEC Farming.

(dry pea and bean farms) 11114............ Wheat Farming.....

E

$0.5

$0.5

0111 Wheat 11115............ Corn Farming......

R

$0.5

$0.5

0115 Corn $0.5

*0119 Cash Grains, NEC (popcorn farming) 11116............ Rice Farming......

E

$0.5

$0.5

0112 Rice 111191........... Oilseed and Grain

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0119 Cash Grains, NEC Combination

(oilseed and Farming.

grain combination farms) 111199........... All Other Grain

R

$0.5

$0.5

*0119 Cash Grains, NEC Farming.

(except popcorn, soybean, and dry pea and bean, and oilseed and grain combination farms) 111211........... Potato Farming....

E

$0.5

$0.5

0134 Irish Potatoes 111219........... Other Vegetable

R

$0.5

$0.5

0161 Vegetables and (except Potato)

Melons and Melon Farming. $0.5

*0139 Field Crops Except Cash Grains (sweet potatoes and yams) 11131............ Orange Groves.....

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0174 Citrus Fruits (orange groves and farms) 11132............ Citrus (except

R

$0.5

$0.5

*0174 Citrus Fruits Orange) Groves.

(except, orange groves and farms) 111331........... Apple Orchards....

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0175 Deciduous Tree Fruits (apple orchards and farms) 111332........... Grape Vineyards...

E

$0.5

$0.5

0172 Grapes 111333........... Strawberry Farming

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0171 Berry Crops (strawberry farms) 111334........... Berry (except

R

$0.5

$0.5

*0171 Berry Crops ( Strawberry)

except strawberry Farming.

farms) 111335........... Tree Nut Farming..

E

$0.5

$0.5

0173 Tree Nuts 111336........... Fruit and Tree Nut

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0179 Fruits and Tree Combination

Nuts, NEC Farming.

(combination farms) 111339........... Other Noncitrus

R

$0.5

$0.5

*0175 Deciduous Tree Fruit Farming.

Fruits (except apple orchards and farms) $0.5

*0179 Fruit and Tree Nuts, NEC (except combination farms) 111411........... Mushroom

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0182 Food Crops Grown Production.

Under Cover (mushrooms, growing of) 111419........... Other Food Crops

R

$0.5

$0.5

*0182 Food Crops Grown Grown Under Cover.

Under Cover (except mushroom, growing of) 111421........... Nursery and Tree

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0181 Ornamental Production.

Floriculture and Nursery Products (nursery farming) $5.0

*0811 Timber Tracts (short rotation woody crops) 111422........... Floriculture

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0181 Ornamental Production.

Floriculture and Nursery Products (floriculture farming) 11191............ Tobacco Farming...

E

$0.5

$0.5

0132 Tobacco 11192............ Cotton Farming....

E

$0.5

$0.5

0131 Cotton 11193............ Sugarcane Farming.

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0133 Sugarcane and Sugar Beets (sugarcane farms) 11194............ Hay Farming.......

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0139 Field Crops, Except Cash Grains, NEC (hay farms) 111991........... Sugar Beet Farming

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0133 Sugarcane and Sugar Beets (sugar beet farms) 111992........... Peanut Farming....

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0139 Field Crops, Except Cash Grains, NEC (peanut farms) 111998........... All Other

R

$0.5

$0.5

*0139 Field Crops, Miscellaneous

Except Cash Crop Farming.

Grains, NEC (except peanut, sweet potato, yam and hay farms)

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$0.5

0191 General Farms, Primarily Crop $5.0

*0831 Forest Products (maple sap, gathering of) $3.0

*0919 Miscellaneous Marine Products (plant aquaculture) 500

*2099 Food Preparations, NEC (reducing maple sap to maple syrup)

Subsector 112 -- Animal Production

112111........... Beef Cattle

R

$0.5

$0.5

0212 Beef Cattle, Ranching and

Except Feedlots Farming.

(cattle farms) $0.5

*0241 Dairy Farms (dairy heifer replacement farms) 112112........... Cattle Feedlots...

E

$1.5

$1.5

0211 Beef Cattle Feedlots (cattle farms) 11212............ Dairy Cattle and

R

$0.5

$0.5

*0241 Dairy Farms Milk Production. 11221............ Hog and Pig

E

$0.5

$0.5

0213 Hogs Farming. 11231............ Chicken Egg

E

$9.0

$9.0

0252 Chicken Eggs Production. 11232............ Broilers and Other

E

$0.5

$0.5

0251 Broiler, Fryers, Meat Type Chicken

and Roaster Production.

Chickens 11233............ Turkey Production.

E

$0.5

$0.5

0253 Turkey and Turkey Eggs 11234............ Poultry Hatcheries

E

$0.5

$0.5

0254 Poultry Hatcheries 11239............ Other Poultry

E

$0.5

$0.5

0259 Poultry and Eggs, Production.

NEC 11241............ Sheep Farming.....

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0214 Sheep and Goats (sheep farms) 11242............ Goat Farming......

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0214 Sheep and Goats (goat farms) 112511........... Finfish Farming

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0273 Animal Aquaculture and Fish

(finfish farms) Hatcheries. $3.0

*0921 Fish Hatcheries and Preserves (finfish hatcheries) 112512........... Shellfish Farming.

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0273 Animal Aquaculture (shellfish farms) $3.0

*0921 Fish Hatcheries and Preserves (shellfish hatcheries) 112519........... Other Animal

R

$0.5

$0.5

*0273 Animal Aquaculture Aquaculture.

(except finfish and shellfish) 11291............ Apiculture........

N

$0.5

$0.5

*0279 Animal Specialties, NEC (apiculture) 11292............ Horse and Other

E

$0.5

$0.5

0272 Horse and Other Equine Production.

Equine 11293............ Fur-Bearing Animal

E

$0.5

$0.5

0271 Fur-Bearing and Rabbit

Animals and Production.

Rabbits 11299............ All Other Animal

R

$0.5

$0.5

0219 General Livestock, Production.

Except Dairy and Poultry $0.5

*0279 Animal Specialties, NEC (except apiculture) $0.5

0291 General Farms, Primarily Livestock and Animal Specialties

Subsector 113 -- Forestry and Logging

11311............ Timber Tract

R

$5.0

$5.0

*0811 Timber Tracts Operations.

(long term timber farms) 11321............ Forest Nurseries

E

$5.0

$5.0

*0831 Forest Nurseries and Gathering of

and Gathering of Forest Products.

Forest Products (forest products, except gathering of maple sap) 11331............ Logging...........

E

500

500

2411 Logging

Subsector 114 -- Fishing, Hunting and Trapping

114111........... Finfish Fishing...

E

$3.0

$3.0

0912 Finfish 114112........... Shellfish Fishing.

E

$3.0

$3.0

0913 Shellfish 114119........... Other Marine

R

$3.0

$3.0

*0919 Miscellaneous Fishing.

Marine Products (except plant aquaculture) 11421............ Hunting and

E

$3.0

$3.0

0971 Hunting and Trapping.

Trapping, and Game Propagation

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Subsector 115 -- Support Activities for Agriculture and Forestry

115111........... Cotton Ginning....

E

$5.0

$5.0

0724 Cotton Ginning 115112........... Soil Preparation,

R

$5.0

$5.0

0711 Soil Preparation Planting, and

Services Cultivating. $5.0

*0721 Crop Planting, Cultivating, and Protecting (other) 115113........... Crop Harvesting,

E

$5.0

$5.0

0722 Crop Harvesting, Primarily by

Primarily by Machine.

Machine 115114........... Postharvest Crop

E

$5.0

$5.0

0723 Crop Preparation Activities

Services For (except Cotton

Market, Except Ginning).

Cotton Ginning 115115........... Farm Labor

E

$5.0

$5.0

0761 Farm Labor Contractors and

Contractors and Crew Leaders.

Crew Leaders 115116........... Farm Management

E

$5.0

$5.0

0762 Farm Management Services.

Services 11521............ Support Activities

N

$5.0

$5.0

*0751 Livestock for Animal

Services, Except Production.

Veterinary (except custom slaughtering) $5.0

*0752 Animal Specialty Services, Except Veterinary (horses and equines services and animal production breeding) \9\ $5.0

*7699 Repair Services, NEC (farriers) 11531............ Support Activities

R

$5.0

$5.0

0851 Forestry Services for Forestry.

Sector 21 -- Mining

Subsector 211 -- Oil and Gas Extraction

211111........... Crude Petroleum

E

500

500

1311 Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas

and Natural Gas Extraction. 211112........... Natural Gas Liquid

E

500

500

1321 Natural Gas Extraction.

Liquids

Subsector 212 -- Mining (except Oil and Gas)

212111........... Bituminous Coal

E

500

500

1221 Bituminous Coal and Lignite

and Lignite Surface Mining.

Surface Mining 212112........... Bituminous Coal

E

500

500

1222 Bituminous Coal Underground

Underground Mining.

Mining 212113........... Anthracite Mining.

E

500

500

1231 Anthracite Mining 21221............ Iron Ore Mining...

E

500

500

1011 Iron Ores 212221........... Gold Ore Mining...

E

500

500

1041 Gold Ores 212222........... Silver Ore Mining.

E

500

500

1044 Silver Ores 212231........... Lead Ore and Zinc

E

500

500

1031 Lead and Zinc Ores Ore Mining. 212234........... Copper Ore and

R

500

500

1021 Copper Ores Nickel Ore Mining. 500

500

*1061 Ferroalloy Ores, Except Vanadium (nickel) 212291........... Uranium-Radium-

E

500

500

1094 Uranium-Radium- Vanadium Ore

Vanadium Ores Mining. 212299........... All Other Metal

R

500

500

*1061 Ferroalloy Ores, Ore Mining.

Except Vanadium (other ferroalloys except nickel) 500

500

1099 Miscellaneous Metal Ores, NEC 212311........... Dimension Stone

E

500

500

1411 Dimension Stone Mining and Quarrying. 212312........... Crushed and Broken

E

500

500

1422 Crushed and Broken Limestone Mining

Limestone and Quarrying. 212313........... Crushed and Broken

E

500

500

1423 Crushed and Broken Granite Mining

Granite and Quarrying. 212319........... Other Crushed and

R

500

500

1429 Crushed and Broken Broken Stone

Stone, NEC Mining and Quarrying. 500

500

*1499 Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Minerals, Except Fuels (bituminous limestone and bituminous sandstone) 212321........... Construction Sand

E

500

500

1442 Construction Sand and Gravel Mining.

and Gravel 212322........... Industrial Sand

E

500

500

1446 Industrial Sand Mining. 212324........... Kaolin and Ball

E

500

500

1455 Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining.

Clay

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212325........... Clay and Ceramic

E

500

500

1459 Clay, Ceramic, and and Refractory

Refractory Minerals Mining.

Minerals, NEC 212391........... Potash, Soda, and

E

500

500

1474 Potash, Soda, and Borate Mineral

Borate Minerals Mining. 212392........... Phosphate Rock

E

500

500

1475 Phosphate Rock Mining. 212393........... Other Chemical and

E

500

500

1479 Chemical and Fertilizer

Fertilizer Mineral Mining.

Mineral Mining, NEC 212399........... All Other

R

500

500

*1499 Miscellaneous Nonmetallic

Nonmetallic Mineral Mining.

Minerals, Except Fuels (except bituminous limestone and bituminous sandstone)

Subsector 213 -- Support Activities for Mining

213111........... Drilling Oil and

E

500

500

1381 Drilling Oil and Gas Wells.

Gas Wells 213112........... Support Activities

R

$5.0

$5.0

*1382 Oil and Gas Field for Oil and Gas

Exploration Operations.

Services (except geophysical mapping and surveying and aerial geophysical exploration) $5.0

1389 Oil and Gas Field Services, NEC 213113........... Support Activities

E

$5.0

$5.0

1241 Coal Mining for Coal Mining.

Services 213114........... Support Activities

R

$5.0

$5.0

*1081 Metal Mining for Metal Mining.

Services (except geophysical surveying) 213115........... Support Activities

E

$5.0

$5.0

*1481 Nonmetallic for Nonmetallic

Minerals Minerals (except

Services, Except Fuels).

Fuels (except geophysical surveying)

Sector 22 -- Utilities

Subsector 221 -- Utilities

221111........... Hydroelectric

N 4 mil

4 mil

*4911 Electric Services Power Generation.

megawatt megawatt

(hydroelectric hours \1\ hours

power generation) $5.0

*4931 Electric and Other Services Combined (hydroelectric power generation) $5.0

*4939 Combination Utilities, NEC (hydroelectric power generation) 221112........... Fossil Fuel

N 4 mil

4 mil

*4911 Electric Services Electric Power

megawatt megawatt

(fossil fuel Generation.

hours \1\ hours

power generation) $5.0

*4931 Electric and Other Services Combined (fossil fuel power generation) $5.0

*4939 Combination Utilities, NEC (fossil fuel power generation) 221113........... Nuclear Electric

N 4 mil

4 mil

*4911 Electric Services Power Generation.

megawatt megawatt

(nuclear electric hours \1\ hours

power generation) $5.0

*4931 Electric and Other Services Combined (nuclear power generation) $5.0

*4939 Combination Utilities, NEC (nuclear power generation) 221119........... Other Electric

N 4 mil

4 mil

*4911 Electric Services Power Generation.

megawatt megawatt

(other electric hours \1\ hours

power generation) $5.0

*4931 Electric and Other Services Combined (other electric power generation) $5.0

*4939 Combination Utilities, NEC (other electric power generation) 221121........... Electric Bulk

N 4 mil

4 mil

*4911 Electric Services Power

megawatt megawatt

(electric power Transmission and

hours \1\ hours

transmission and Control.

control)

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$5.0

*4931 Electric and Other Services Combined (electric power transmission and control) $5.0

*4939 Combination Utilities, NEC (electric power transmission and control) 221122........... Electric Power

N 4 mil

4 mil

*4911 Electric Services Distribution.

megawatt megawatt

(electric power hours \1\ hours

distribution) $5.0

*4931 Electric and Other Services Combined (electric power distribution) $5.0

*4939 Combination Utilities, NEC (electric power distribution) 22121............ Natural Gas

R

500

$5.0

*4923 Natural Gas Distribution.

Transmission and Distribution (distribution) 500

4924 Natural Gas Distribution $5.0

4925 Mixed, Manufactured, or Liquefied Petroleum Gas Production and/or Distribution (natural gas distribution) $5.0

*4931 Electronic and Other Services Combined (natural gas distribution) $5.0

4932 Gas and Other Services Combined (natural gas distribution) $5.0

*4939 Combination Utilities, NEC (natural gas distribution) 22131............ Water Supply and

R

$5.0

$5.0

4941 Water Supply Irrigation Systems. $5.0

4971 Irrigation Systems 22132............ Sewage Treatment

E

$5.0

$5.0

4952 Sewerage Systems Facilities. 22133............ Steam and Air-

E

$9.0

$9.0

4961 Steam and Air- Conditioning

Conditioning Supply.

Supply

Sector 23 -- Construction

Subsector 233 -- Building, Developing and General Contracting

23311............ Land Subdivision

E

$5.0

$5.0

6552 Land Subdividers and Land

and Developers, Development.

Except Cemeteries 23321............ Single Family

R

$17.0

$17.0

1521 General Housing

contractors- Construction.

Single-Family Houses $17.0

*1531 Operative Builders (single-family housing construction) 23322............ Multifamily

R

$17.0

$17.0

*1522 General Housing

Contractors- Construction.

Residential Building, Other Than Single- Family (except hotel and motel construction) $17.0

*1531 Operative Builders (multi-family housing construction) 23331............ Manufacturing and

R

$17.0

$17.0

*1531 Operative Builders Industrial

(manufacturing Building

and light Construction.

industrial building construction) $17.0

*1541 General Contractors- Industrial Buildings and Warehouses (except warehouse construction) 23332............ Commercial and

R

$17.0

$17.0

*1522 General Institutional

Contractors- Building

Residential Construction.

Building Other than Single- Family (hotel and motel construction) $17.0

*1531 Operative Builders (commercial and institutional building construction) $17.0

*1541 General Contractors- Industrial Buildings and Warehouses (warehouse construction)

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$17.0

1542 General Contractor- Nonresidential Buildings, Other than Industrial Buildings and Warehouses

Subsector 234 -- Heavy Construction

23411............ Highway and Street

E

$17.0

$17.0

1611 Highway and Street Construction.

Construction, Except Elevated Highways 23412............ Bridge and Tunnel

E

$17.0

$17.0

1622 Bridge, Tunnel, Construction.

and Elevated Highway Construction 23491............ Water, Sewer, and

N

$17.0

$17.0

*1623 Water, Sewer, Pipeline

Pipeline, and Construction.

Communications and Power Line Construction (water and sewer mains and pipelines construction) 23492............ Power and

N

$17.0

$17.0

*1623 Water, Sewer, Communication

Pipelines, and Transmission Line

Communications Construction.

and Power Line Construction (communications and power line construction) 23493............ Industrial

N

$17.0

$17.0

*1629 Heavy Nonbuilding

Construction, NEC Structure

(industrial Construction.

nonbuilding structures construction) 23499............ All Other Heavy

R

$17.0

$17.0

*1629 Heavy Construction.

Construction, NEC (except industrial nonbuilding structures construction) $5.0

*7353 Construction Equipment Rental and Leasing (with operator) Except dredging

\2\ $13.5 \1\ $13.5

Except dredging and Surface

and Surface Cleanup

Cleanup Activities.

Activities

Subsector 235 -- Special Trade Contractors \13\

23511............ Plumbing, Heating

E

$7.0

$7.0

1711 Plumbing, Heating and Air-

and Air- Conditioning

Conditioning Contractors. 23521............ Painting and Wall

R

$7.0

$7.0

1721 Painting and Paper Covering

Hanging Contractors. $7.0

*1799 Special Trade Contractors, NEC (paint and wallpaper, stripping and wallpaper removal contractors) 23531............ Electrical

R

$7.0

$7.0

*1731 Electrical Work Contractors.

(except burglar and fire alarm installation) 23541............ Masonry and Stone

E

$7.0

$7.0

1741 Masonry, Stone Contractors.

Setting and Other Stone Work 23542............ Drywall,

R

$7.0

$7.0

1742 Plastering, Plastering,

Drywall, Acoustical and

Acoustical, and Insulation

Insulation Work Contractors. $7.0

*1743 Terrazzo, Tile, Marble and Mosaic work (fresco work) $7.0

*1771 Concrete Work (stucco construction) 23543............ Tile, Marble,

R

$7.0

$7.0

*1743 Terrazzo, Tile, Terrazzo and

Marble, and Mosaic

Mosaic Work Contractors.

(except fresco work) 2355............. Carpentry and Floor Contractors 23551............ Carpentry

E

$7.0

$7.0

1751 Carpentry Work Contractors. 23552............ Floor Laying and

E

$7.0

$7.0

1752 Floor Laying and Other Floor

Other Floor Work, Contractors.

NEC 23561............ Roofing, Siding

E

$7.0

$7.0

1761 Roofing, Siding, and Sheet Metal

and Sheet Metal Contractors.

Work 23571............ Concrete

R

$7.0

$7.0

*1771 Concrete Work Contractors.

(except stucco construction) 23581............ Water Well

E

$7.0

$7.0

1781 Water Well Drilling

Drilling Contractors. 23591............ Structural Steel

E

$7.0

$7.0

1791 Structural Steel Erection

Erection Contractors. 23592............ Glass and Glazing

R

$7.0

$7.0

1793 Glass and Glazing Contractors.

Work

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$7.0

*1799 Specialty Trade Contractors, NEC (tinting glass work) 23593............ Excavation

E

$7.0

$7.0

1794 Excavation Work Contractors. 23594............ Wrecking and

E

$7.0

$7.0

1795 Wrecking and Demolition

Demolition Work Contractors. 23595............ Building Equipment

E

$7.0

$7.0

1796 Installation of and Other

Erection of Machinery

Building Installation

Equipment, NEC Contractors. 23599............ All Other Special

R

$7.0

$7.0

*1799 Special Trade Trade Contractors.

Contractors, NEC (except paint and wallpaper stripping, wall paper removal contractors, and tinting glass work) Except Base

\13\ $7.0 \12\ $7.0

Except Base Housing

Housing Maintenance.

Maintenance

Sectors 31-33 -- Manufacturing

Subsector 311 -- Food Manufacturing

311111........... Dog and Cat Food

E

500

500

2047 Dog and Cat Food Manufacturing. 311119........... Other Animal Food

R

500

500

*2048 Prepared Feeds and Manufacturing.

Feed Ingredients for Animals and Fowls, Except Dogs and Cats (except slaughtering animals for pet food) 311211........... Flour Milling.....

R

500

500

*2034 Dehydrated Fruits, Vegetables and Soup Mixes (vegetable flour) 500

2041 Flour and Other Grain Mill Products 311212........... Rice Milling......

E

500

500

2044 Rice Milling 311213........... Malt Manufacturing

E

500

500

2083 Malt 311221........... Wet Corn Milling..

E

750

750

2046 Wet Corn Milling 311222........... Soybean Processing

R

500

500

*2075 Soybean Oil Mills (soybean processing) 750

*2079 Shortening, Table Oils, Margarine, and Other Edible Fats and Oils, NEC (processing soybean oil from soybeans crushed in the same establishment) 311223........... Other Oilseed

N

1,000

500

*2074 Cottonseed Oil Processing.

Mills (cottonseed processing) 750

*2079 Shortening, Table Oils, Margarine and Other Edible Fats and Oils, NEC (processing vegetable oils, except soybeans, from oilseeds crushed in the same establishment) 1,000

*2076 Vegetable Oil Mills, Except Corn, Cottonseed, and Soybean (oilseed processing) 311225........... Fats and Oils

R

1,000

500

*2077 Animal and Marine Refining and

Fats and Oil, NEC Blending.

(vegetable oil foods) 500

*2074 Cottonseed Oil Mills (processing purchased cottonseed oil) 500

*2075 Soybean Oil Mills (processing purchased soybean oil) 1,000

*2076 Vegetable Oil Mills, Except Corn, Cottonseed, and Soybean (processing purchased vegetable oils) 750

*2079 Shortening, Table Oils, Margarine, and Other Edible Fats and Oils, NEC (processing fats and oils from purchased fats and oils) 31123............ Breakfast Cereal

R

1,000

1,000

*2043 Cereal Breakfast Manufacturing.

Foods (breakfast cereal)

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311311........... Sugarcane Mills...

E

500

500

2061 Cane Sugar, Except Refining 311312........... Cane Sugar

E

750

750

2062 Cane Sugar Refining.

Refining 311313........... Beet Sugar

E

750

750

2063 Beet Sugar Manufacturing. 31132............ Chocolate and

E

500

500

2066 Chocolate and Confectionery

Cocoa Products Manufacturing from Cacao Beans. 31133............ Confectionery

N

500

500

*2064 Candy and Other Manufacturing

Confectionery from Purchased

Products Chocolate.

(chocolate confectionery) 31134............ Non-Chocolate

N

500

500

*2064 Candy and Other Confectionery

Confectionery Manufacturing.

Products (non- chocolate confectionery ) 500

2067 Chewing Gum 500

*2099 Food Preparations, NEC (marshmallow creme) 311411........... Frozen Fruit,

E

500

500

2037 Frozen Fruits, Juice and

Fruit Juices, and Vegetable

Vegetables Manufacturing. 311412........... Frozen Specialty

E

500

500

2038 Frozen Food

Specialties, NEC Manufacturing. 311421........... Fruit and

R \3\ 500 \3\ 500

2033 Canned Fruits, Vegetable Canning.

Vegetables, Preserves, Jams, and Jellies 500

*2035 Pickled Fruits and Vegetables, Vegetable Sauces, and Seasonings and Salad Dressings (pickled fruits and vegetables) 311422........... Specialty Canning.

R

1,000

1,000

*2032 Canned Specialties (except canned puddings) 311423........... Dried and

R

500

500

*2034 Dried and Dehydrated Food

Dehydrated Manufacturing.

Fruits, Vegetables and Soup Mixes (except vegetable flour) 500

*2099 Food Preparation, NEC (bouillon) 311511........... Fluid Milk

E

500

500

2026 Fluid Milk Manufacturing. 311512........... Creamery Butter

E

500

500

2021 Creamery Butter Manufacturing. 311513........... Cheese

E

500

500

2022 Natural, Manufacturing.

Processed, and Imitation Cheese 311514........... Dry, Condensed,

E

500

500

2023 Dry, Condensed and and Evaporated

Evaporated Dairy Dairy Product

Products Manufacturing. 31152............ Ice Cream and

E

500

500

2024 Ice Cream and Frozen Dessert

Frozen Desserts Manufacturing. 311611........... Animal (except

R

500

$5.0

*0751 Livestock Poultry)

Services, Except Slaughtering.

Veterinary (custom slaughtering) 500

2011 Meat Packing Plants 500

*2048 Prepared Feeds and Feed Ingredients for Animals and Fowls, Except Dogs and Cats (animal slaughtering for pet food) 311612........... Meat Processed

R

500

500

2013 Sausages and Other from Carcasses.

Prepared Meats 100

*5147 Meat and Meat Products (boxed beef) 311613........... Rendering and Meat

N

500

500

*2077 Animal and Marine By-product

Fats and Oils Processing.

(animal fats and oils) 311615........... Poultry Processing

R

500

500

*2015 Poultry Slaughtering and Processing (poultry processing) 311711........... Seafood Canning...

R

500

500

*2077 Animal and Marine Fats and Oils (canned marine fats and oils) 500

2091 Canned and Cured Fish and Seafood 311712........... Fresh and Frozen

R

500

500

*2077 Animal and Marine Seafood

Fats and Oils Processing.

(fresh and frozen marine fats and oils) 500

2092 Prepared Fresh or Frozen Fish and Seafood 311811........... Retail Bakeries...

N

500

$5.0

*5461 Retail Bakeries (bread, cake and related products baked and sold on premise)

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311812........... Commercial

R

500

500

2051 Bread and Other Bakeries.

Bakery Products, Except Cookies and Crackers 750

*2052 Cookies and Crackers (unleavened bread) 311813........... Frozen Cakes,

E

500

500

2053 Frozen Bakery Pies, and Other

Products, Except Pastries

Bread Manufacturing. 311821........... Cookie and Cracker

R

750

750

*2052 Cookies and Manufacturing.

Crackers (except unleavened bread and pretzels) 311822........... Flour Mixes and

E

500

500

2045 Prepared Flour Dough

Mixes and Doughs Manufacturing from Purchased Flour. 311823........... Dry Pasta

E

500

500

2098 Macaroni, Manufacturing.

Spaghetti, Vermicelli and Noodles 31183............ Tortilla

N

500

500

*2099 Food Preparations, Manufacturing.

NEC (tortillas) 311911........... Roasted Nuts and

R

500

500

2068 Salted and Roasted Peanut Butter

Nuts and Seeds Manufacturing. 500

*2099 Food Preparations, NEC (peanut butter) 311919........... Other Snack Food

R

500

750

*2052 Cookies and Manufacturing.

Crackers (pretzels) 500

2096 Potato Chips, Corn Chips, and Similar Snacks 31192............ Coffee and Tea

N

500

1,000

*2043 Cereal Breakfast Manufacturing.

Foods (coffee substitute) 500

*2095 Roasted Coffee (roasted coffee) 500

*2099 Food Preparations, NEC (tea) 31193............ Flavoring Syrup

R

500

500

*2087 Flavoring Extracts and Concentrate

and Flavoring Manufacturing.

Syrups (flavoring syrup and concentrate) 311941........... Mayonnaise,

N

500

500

*2035 Pickled Fruits and Dressing and

Vegetables, Other Prepared

Vegetable Sauce

Seasonings, and Manufacturing.

Sauces and Salad Dressings (sauces and salad dressing) 500

*2099 Food Preparations, NEC (vinegar) 311942........... Spice and Extract

N

500

500

*2087 Flavoring Extracts Manufacturing.

and Flavoring Syrups (flavoring extracts) 500

*2095 Roasted Coffee (coffee extracts) 500

*2099 Food Preparations, NEC (spices, dip mix, salad dressing mix, and seasoning mix) 500

*2899 Chemical Preparations, NEC (table salt) 31199............ All Other Food Manufacturing 311991........... Perishable

N

500

500

*2099 Food Preparations, Prepared Food

NEC (perishable Manufacturing.

prepared food) 311999........... All Other

R

500

500

*2015 Poultry Miscellaneous

Slaughtering and Food

Processing (egg Manufacturing.

processing) 1,000

*2032 Canned Specialties (canned puddings) 500

*2087 Flavoring Extracts and Flavoring Syrups (powered drink mix) 500

*2099 Food Preparations, NEC (except bouillon, marshmallow creme, spices, extracts, peanut butter, perishable prepared foods, tortillas, tea, spices, dip mix, salad dressing mix, seasoning mix, and vinegar)

Subsector 312 -- Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing

312111........... Soft Drink

R

500

500

*2086 Bottled and Canned Manufacturing.

Soft Drinks and Carbonated Water (except bottled water) 312112........... Bottled Water

N

500

500

*2086 Bottled and Canned Manufacturing.

Soft Drinks and Carbonated Water (bottled water) 312113........... Ice Manufacturing.

E

500

500

2097 Manufactured Ice

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31212............ Breweries.........

E

500

500

2082 Malt Beverages 31213............ Wineries..........

E

500

500

2084 Wines, Brandy, and Brandy Spirits 31214............ Distilleries......

E

750

750

2085 Distilled and Blended Liquors 31221............ Tobacco Stemming

R

500

500

*2141 Tobacco Stemming and Redrying.

and Redrying (redrying and stemming) 312221........... Cigarette

E

1,000

1,000

2111 Cigarettes Manufacturing. 312229........... Other Tobacco

N

500

500

2121 Cigars Product Manufacturing. 500

2131 Chewing and Smoking Tobacco and Snuff 500

*2141 Tobacco Stemming and Redrying (reconstituted tobacco)

Subsector 313 -- Textile Mills

313111........... Yarn Spinning

R

500

500

2281 Yarn Spinning Mills.

Mills 500

*2299 Textile Goods, NEC (yarn of flax, hemp, jute, and ramie) 313112........... Yarn Texturing,

R

500

500

*2282 Yarn Texturing, Throwing and

Throwing, Winding Twisting Mills.

Mills (except spooling purchased yarns) 313113........... Thread Mills......

R

500

500

*2284 Thread Mills (except finishing) 500

*2299 Textile Goods, NEC (thread of hemp, linen, and ramie) 31321............ Broadwoven Fabric

N

1,000

1,000

2211 Broadwoven Fabric Mills.

Mills, Cotton 500

2221 Broadwoven Fabric Mills, Manmade Fiber and Silk 500

*2231 Broadwoven Fabric Mills, Wool (Including Dyeing and Finishing)(except wool finishing) 500

*2299 Textile Goods, NEC (broadwoven fabrics of jute, linen, hemp, and ramie) 313221........... Narrow Fabric

R

500

500

2241 Narrow Fabric and Mills.

Other Smallware Mills: Cotton, Wool, Silk and Manmade Fiber 500

*2299 Textile Goods, NEC (narrow woven fabric of jute, linen, hemp, and ramie) 313222........... Schiffli Machine

E

500

500

2397 Schiffli Machine Embroidery.

Embroideries 31323............ Nonwoven Fabric

R

500

500

2297 Nonwoven Fabrics Mills. 500

*2299 Textile Goods, NEC (nonwoven felt) 313241........... Weft Knit Fabric

R

500

500

*2257 Weft Knit Fabric Mills.

Mills (except finishing) 500

*2259 Knitting Mills NEC (finished articles of weft knit fabric) 313249........... Other Knit Fabric

R

500

500

*2258 Lace and Warp Knit and Lace Mills.

Fabric Mills (except finishing) 500

*2259 Knitting Mills NEC (finished articles of warp knit fabric) 313311........... Broadwoven Fabric

N

1,000

500

*2231 Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills.

Mills, Wool (wool broadwoven fabric finishing) 1,000

2261 Finishers of Broadwoven Fabrics of Cotton 500

2262 Finishers of Broadwoven Fabrics of Manmade Fiber and Silk 500

*2269 Finishers of Textiles, NEC (broadwoven fabric finishing) 100

*5131 Piece Goods and Notions (broadwoven converters) 313312........... Textile and Fabric

N

500

500

*2231 Broadwoven Fabric Finishing (except

Mills, Wool (wool Broadwoven

finishing except Fabric) Mills.

broadwoven fabric) 500

*2257 Weft Knit Fabric Mills (finishing)

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500

*2258 Lace and Warp Knit Fabric Mills (finishing) 500

*2269 Finishers of Textiles, NEC (except broadwoven fabric finishing) 500

*2282 Yarn Texturizing, Throwing, Twisting, and Winding Mills (spooling purchased yarn) 500

*2284 Thread Mills (thread finishing) 500

*2299 Textile Goods, NEC (finishing hard fiber thread and yarn) 100

*5131 Piece Goods and Notions (converters, except broadwoven) 31332............ Fabric Coating

R

1,000

1,000

2295 Coated Fabrics, Mills.

Not Rubberized 500

*3069 Fabricated Rubber Products, NEC (rubberized fabric)

Subsector 314 -- Textile Product Mills

31411............ Carpet and Rug

E

500

500

2273 Carpets and Rugs Mills. 314121........... Curtain and

R

500

500

2391 Curtains and Drapery Mills.

Draperies $5.0

*5714 Drapery, Curtain, and Upholstery Stores (custom drapes) 314129........... Other Household

R

500

500

*2392 Housefurnishings, Textile Product

Except Curtains Mills.

and Draperies (except mops and bags) 314911........... Textile Bag Mills.

R

500

500

*2392 Housefurnishings, Except Curtains and Draperies (blanket, laundry, and wardrobe bags) 500

2393 Textile Bags 314912........... Canvas and Related

E

500

500

2394 Canvas and Related Product Mills.

Products 314991........... Rope, Cordage and

E

500

500

2298 Cordage and Twine Twine Mills. 314992........... Tire Cord and Tire

E

1,000

1,000

2296 Tire Cord and Fabric Mills.

Fabrics 314999........... All Other

R

500

500

*2299 Textile Goods, NEC Miscellaneous

(other textile Textile Product

products) Mills. 500

*2395 Pleating, Decorative and Novelty Stitching, and Tucking for the Trade (except apparel contractors) 500

*2396 Automotive Trimmings, Apparel Findings, and Related Products (textile products except automotive and apparel trim and printing on apparel) 500

*2399 Fabricated Textile Products, NEC (except apparel, automotive seat belts, and seat and tire covers)

Subsector 315 -- Apparel Manufacturing

315111........... Sheer Hosiery

R

500

500

2251 Women's Full- Mills.

Length and Knee- Length Hosiery, Except socks 500

*2252 Hosiery, NEC (girls' hosiery) 315119........... Other Hosiery and

R

500

500

*2252 Hosiery, NEC Sock Mills.

(socks) 315191........... Outerwear Knitting

R

500

500

2253 Knit Outerwear Mills.

Mills 500

*2259 Knitting Mills, NEC (gloves and mittens) 315192........... Underwear and

R

500

500

2254 Knit Underwear and Nightwear

Nightwear Mills Knitting Mills. 500

*2259 Knitting Mills, NEC (girdles) 315211........... Men's and Boys'

N

500

500

*2311 Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew

Suits, Coats, and Apparel

Overcoats Contractors.

(contractors) 500

*2321 Men's and Boys' Shirts, Except Work Shirts (contractors) 500

*2322 Men's and Boys' Underwear and Nightwear (contractors)

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500

*2325 Men's and Boys' Trousers and Slacks (contractors) 500

*2326 Men's and Boys' Work Clothing (contractors) 500

*2329 Men's and Boys' Clothing, NEC (contractors) 500

*2341 Women's, Misses', Children's, and Infants' Underwear and Nightwear (boys' contractors) 500

*2361 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Dresses, Blouses and Shirts (boys' contractors) 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (boys' contractors) 500

*2384 Robes and Dressing Gowns (men's and boys' contractors) 500

*2385 Waterproof Outerwear (men's and boys' contractors) 500

*2389 Apparel and Accessories, NEC (contractors) 500

*2395 Pleating, Decorative and Novelty Stitching, and Tucking for the Trade (men's and boy's apparel contractors) 315212........... Women's, Girls',

N

500

500

*2331 Women's, Misses', and Infants' Cut

and Juniors' and Sew Apparel

Blouses and Contractors.

Shirts (contractors) 500

*2335 Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Dresses (contractors) 500

*2337 Women's, Misses', and Juniors' Suits, Skirts, and Coats (contractors) 500

*2339 Women's, Misses', and Juniors' Outerwear, NEC (contractors) 500

*2341 Women's, Misses', Children's, and Infants' Underwear and Nightwear (contractors) 500

*2342 Brassieres, Girdles, and Allied Garments (contractors) 500

*2361 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Dresses, Blouses, and Shirts (girls' contractors) 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (girls' and infants' contractors) 500

*2384 Robes and Dressing Gowns (women's, girls', and infants' contractors) 500

*2385 Waterproof Outerwear (women's, girls', and infants' contractors) 500

*2389 Apparel and Accessories, NEC (contractors) 500

*2395 Pleating, Decorative and Novelty Stitching, and Tucking for the Trade (women's and girls' apparel contractors) 315221........... Men's and Boys'

R

500

500

*2322 Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew

Underwear and Underwear and

Nightwear (except Nightwear

contractors) Manufacturing. 500

*2341 Women's, Misses', Children's, and Infants' Underwear and Nightwear (boys' except contractors) 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (boys' robes except contractors) 500

*2384 Robes and Dressing Gowns (men's except contractors)

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315222........... Men's and Boys'

R

500

500

*2311 Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Suit,

Suits, Coats, and Coat and Overcoat

Overcoats (except Manufacturing.

contractors) 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (boys' suits and coats except contractors) 500

*2385 Waterproof Outerwear (men's and boys' raincoats except contractors) 315223........... Men's and Boys'

R

500

500

*2321 Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Shirt

Shirts, Except (except Work

Work Shirts Shirt)

(except Manufacturing.

contractors) 500

*2361 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Dresses, Blouses, and Shirts (boys' shirts except contractors) 315224........... Men's and Boys'

R

500

500

*2325 Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew

Trousers and Trouser, Slack

Slacks (except and Jean

contractors) Manufacturing. 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (boys' trousers, slacks, and jeans except contractors) 315225........... Men's and Boys'

R

500

500

*2326 Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Work

Work Clothing Clothing

(except Manufacturing.

contractors) 315228........... Men's and Boys'

R

500

500

*2329 Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Other

Clothing, NEC Outerwear

(men's and boys' Manufacturing.

other outerwear except contractors) 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (boys' other outerwear except contractors) 500

*2385 Waterproof Outerwear (except contractors) 315231........... Women's and Girls'

R

500

500

*2341 Women's, Misses', Cut and Sew

Children's, and Lingerie,

Infants' Loungewear and

Underwear and Nightwear

Nightwear (women Manufacturing.

and girls' except contractors) 500

*2342 Brassieres, Girdles, and Allied Garments (except contractors) 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (girls' robes except contractors) 500

*2384 Robes and Dressing Gowns (women's except contractors) 500

*2389 Apparel and Accessories, NEC (garters and garter belts) 315232........... Women's and Girls'

R

500

500

*2331 Women's, Misses', Cut and Sew

and Juniors' Blouse and Shirt

Blouses and Manufacturing.

Shirts (except contractors) 500

*2361 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Dresses, Blouses and Shirts (girls' blouses and shirts except contractors) 315233........... Women's and Girls'

R

500

500

*2335 Women's, Misses', Cut and Sew Dress

and Juniors' Manufacturing.

Dresses (except contractors) 500

*2361 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Dresses, Blouses and Shirts (girls' dresses except contractors) 315234........... Women's and Girls'

R

500

500

*2337 Women's, Misses', Cut and Sew Suit,

and Juniors' Coat, Tailored

Suits, Skirts, Jacket and Skirt

and Coats (except Manufacturing.

contractors) 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (girls' suits, coats, jackets, and skirts except contractors)

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500

*2385 Waterproof Outerwear (women's and girls' raincoats except contractors) 315239........... Women's and Girls'

R

500

500

*2339 Women's, Misses', Cut and Sew Other

and Juniors' Outerwear

Outerwear, NEC Manufacturing.

(except contractors) 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (girls' except contractors) 500

*2385 Waterproof Outerwear (other women's and girls' outerwear except contractors) 315291........... Infants' Cut and

R

500

500

*2341 Women's, Misses', Sew Apparel

Children's, and Manufacturing.

Infants' Underwear and Nightwear (infants' except contractors) 500

*2361 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Dresses, Blouses, and Shirts (infants' except contractors) 500

*2369 Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, NEC (infants' except contractors) 500

*2385 Waterproof Outerwear (infants' outerwear except contractors) 315292........... Fur and Leather

R

500

500

2371 Fur Goods Apparel Manufacturing. 500

2386 Leather and Sheep- lined Clothing 315299........... All Other Cut and

R

500

500

*2329 Men's and Boys' Sew Apparel

Outerwear, NEC Manufacturing.

(athletic uniforms except contractors) 500

*2339 Women's, Misses', and Juniors' Outerwear, NEC (athletic uniforms except contractors) 500

*2389 Apparel and Accessories, NEC (academic and clerical outerwear, except contractors) 315991........... Hat, Cap, and

E

500

500

2353 Hats, Caps, and Millinery

Millinery Manufacturing. 315992........... Glove and Mitten

R

500

500

2381 Dress and Work Manufacturing.

Gloves, Except Knit and All- Leather 500

3151 Leather Gloves and Mittens 315993........... Men's and Boys'

E

500

500

2323 Men's and Boys' Neckwear

Neckwear Manufacturing. 315999........... Other Apparel

N

500

500

*2339 Women's, Misses', Accessories and

and Juniors' Other Apparel

Outerwear, NEC Manufacturing.

(scarves) 500

*2385 Waterproof Outerwear (aprons, bibs, and other miscellaneous waterproof items) 500

2387 Apparel Belts 500

*2389 Apparel and Accessories, NEC (handkerchiefs, arm bands, etc.) 500

*2396 Automotive Trimmings, Apparel Findings, and Related Products (apparel findings and trimming) 500

*2399 Fabricated Textile Products, NEC (apparel and apparel accessories)

Subsector 316 -- Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing

31611............ Leather and Hide

R

500

500

3111 Leather Tanning Tanning and

and Finishing Finishing. 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (fur dressing and finishing) 316211........... Rubber and

E

1,000

1,000

3021 Rubber and Plastics Footwear

Plastics Footwear Manufacturing.

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316212........... House Slipper

E

500

500

3142 House Slippers Manufacturing. 316213........... Men's Footwear

E

500

500

3143 Men's Footwear, (except Athletic)

Except Athletic Manufacturing. 316214........... Women's Footwear

E

500

500

3144 Women's Footwear, (except Athletic)

Except Athletic Manufacturing. 316219........... Other Footwear

E

500

500

3149 Footwear Except Manufacturing.

Rubber, NEC 316991........... Luggage

E

500

500

3161 Luggage Manufacturing. 316992........... Women's Handbag

E

500

500

3171 Women's Handbags and Purse

and Purses Manufacturing. 316993........... Personal Leather

E

500

500

3172 Personal Leather Good (except

Goods, Except Women's Handbag

Women's Handbags and Purse)

and Purses Manufacturing. 316999........... All Other Leather

R

500

500

*3131 Boot and Shoe Cut Good

Stock and Manufacturing.

Findings (except wood heels and metal buckles) 500

3199 Leather Goods, NEC

Subsector 321 -- Wood Product Manufacturing

321113........... Sawmills..........

R

500

500

*2421 Sawmills and Planing Mills, General 500

*2429 Special Product Sawmills, NEC 321114........... Wood Preservation.

E

500

500

2491 Wood Preserving 321211........... Hardwood Veneer

E

500

500

2435 Hardwood Veneer and Plywood

and Plywood Manufacturing. 321212........... Softwood Veneer

E

500

500

2436 Softwood Veneer and Plywood

and Plywood Manufacturing. 321213........... Engineered Wood

R

500

500

*2439 Structural Wood Member (except

Members, NEC Truss)

(except trusses) Manufacturing. 321214........... Truss

N

500

500

*2439 Structural Wood Manufacturing.

Members, NEC (trusses) 321219........... Reconstituted Wood

E

500

500

2493 Reconstituted Wood Product

Products Manufacturing. 321911........... Wood Window and

N

500

500

*2431 Millwork (wood Door

windows and Manufacturing.

doors) 321912........... Cut Stock,

N

500

500

*2421 Sawmills and Resawing Lumber,

Planing Mills, and Planing.

General (lumber manufacturing from purchased lumber, softwood cut stock, wood lath, fence pickets, and planing mill products) 500

*2426 Hardwood Dimension and Flooring Mills (except flooring) 500

*2429 Special Product Sawmills, NEC (stave manufacturing from purchased lumber) 500

*2439 Structural Wood Members, NEC (lumber member manufacturing from purchased lumber) 321918........... Other Millwork

R

500

500

*2426 Hardwood Dimension (including

and Flooring Flooring ).

Mills (hardwood flooring) 500

*2421 Sawmills and Planing Mills, General (softwood flooring) 500

*2431 Millwork (except wood doors and windows) 32192............ Wood Container and

N

500

500

2441 Nailed and Lock Pallet

Corner Wood Boxes Manufacturing.

and Shook 500

2448 Wood Pallets and Skids 500

2449 Wood Containers, NEC 500

*2499 Wood Products, NEC (wood tubs and vats, jewelry and cigar boxes) 321991........... Manufactured Home

E

500

500

2451 Mobile Homes (Mobile Home) Manufacturing. 321992........... Prefabricated Wood

E

500

500

2452 Prefabricated Wood Building

Buildings and Manufacturing.

Components

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321999........... All Other

R

500

500

*2426 Hardwood Dimension Miscellaneous

and Flooring Wood Product

Mills (wood stock Manufacturing.

and turnings) 500

*2499 Wood Products, NEC (other wood products) 500

*3131 Boot and Shoe Cut Stock and Findings (wood heels) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (burnt wood articles and other wood products) 500

*2421 Sawmills and Planing Mills, General (kiln drying) 500

*2429 Special Product Sawmills, NEC (excelsior and cooperage headings)

Subsector 322 -- Paper Manufacturing

32211............ Pulp Mills........

R

750

750

*2611 Pulp Mills (pulp producing mills only) 322121........... Paper (except

R

750

750

*2611 Pulp Mills (pulp Newsprint) Mills.

mills producing paper) 750

*2621 Paper Mills (except newsprint mills) 322122........... Newsprint Mills...

N

750

750

*2621 Paper Mills (newsprint mills) 32213............ Paperboard Mills..

R

750

750

*2611 Pulp Mills (pulp mills producing paperboard) 750

2631 Paperboard Mills 322211........... Corrugated and

E

500

500

2653 Corrugated and Solid Fiber Box

Solid Fiber Boxes Manufacturing. 322212........... Folding Paperboard

E

750

750

2657 Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing.

Boxes, Including Sanitary 322213........... Setup Paperboard

E

500

500

2652 Setup Paperboard Box Manufacturing.

Boxes 322214........... Fiber Can, Tube,

E

500

500

2655 Fiber Cans, Tubes, Drum, and Similar

Drums, and Products

Similar Products Manufacturing. 322215........... Non-Folding

R

750

750

2656 Sanitary Food Sanitary Food

Containers, Container

Except Folding Manufacturing. 500

*2679 Converted Paper and Paperboard Products, NEC (egg cartons and other containers from purchased paper) 322221........... Coated and

R

500

500

*2671 Packaging Paper Laminated

and Plastics Packaging Paper

Film, Coated and and Plastics Film

Laminated (single- Manufacturing.

web paper, paper multiweb laminated rolls and sheets for packaging uses) 322222........... Coated and

R

500

500

2672 Coated and Laminated Paper

Laminated Paper, Manufacturing.

NEC 500

*2679 Converted Paper and Paperboard Products, NEC (wallpaper and gift wrap paper) 322223........... Plastics, Foil,

R

500

500

*2673 Plastics, Foil, and Coated Paper

and Coated Paper Bag Manufacturing.

Bags (coated or multiweb laminated bags) 322224........... Uncoated Paper and

E

500

500

2674 Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bag

Multiwall Bags Manufacturing. 322225........... Laminated Aluminum

N

500

500

*3497 Metal Foil and Foil

Leaf (laminated Manufacturing for

aluminum foil Flexible

rolls and sheets Packaging Uses.

for flexible packaging uses) 322226........... Surface-Coated

N

500

500

*2675 Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard

Paperboard and Manufacturing.

Cardboard (pasted, lined, laminated, or surface-coated paperboard)

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322231........... Die-Cut Paper and

N

500

500

*2675 Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard Office

Paperboard and Supplies

Cardboard (file Manufacturing.

folders, tabulating cards, and other paper and paperboard office supplies) 500

*2679 Converted Paper and Paperboard Products, NEC (paper supplies for business machines and other paper office supplies) 322232........... Envelope

E

500

500

2677 Envelopes Manufacturing. 322233........... Stationery,

E

500

500

2678 Stationery, Tablet, and

Tablets, and Related Product

Related Products Manufacturing. 322291........... Sanitary Paper

E

500

500

2676 Sanitary Paper Product

Products Manufacturing. 322299........... All Other

R

500

500

*2675 Die-Cut Paper and Converted Paper

Paperboard and Product

Cardboard (die- Manufacturing.

cut paper and paperboard products, except office supplies) 500

*2679 Converted Paper and Paperboard Products, NEC ( other converted paper and paperboard products such as paper filters, crepe paper, and laminated and tiled wallboard)

Subsector 323 -- Printing and Related Support Activities

323110........... Commercial

R

500

500

*2752 Commercial Lithographic

Printing, Printing.

Lithographic (except quick printing) 500

*2771 Greeting Cards (lithographic printing of greeting cards) 500

*2782 Blankbooks, Loose- leaf Binders and Devices (lithographic printing of checkbooks) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (lithographic printing of eyeglass frames for the trade) 323111........... Commercial Gravure

R

500

500

2754 Commercial Printing.

Printing, Gravure 500

*2771 Greeting Cards (gravure printing of greeting cards) 500

*2782 Blankbooks, Loose- leaf Binders and Devices (gravure printing of checkbooks) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (gravure printing of eyeglass frames for the trade) 323112........... Commercial

N

500

500

*2759 Commercial Flexographic

Printing, NEC Printing.

(flexographic printing) 500

*2771 Greeting Cards (flexographic printing of greeting cards) 500

*2782 Blankbooks, Loose- leaf Binders and Devices (flexographic printing of checkbooks) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (flexographic printing of eyeglass frames for the trade) 323113........... Commercial Screen

N

500

500

*2396 Automotive Printing.

Trimmings, Apparel Findings, and Related Products (printing and embossing on fabric articles) 500

*2759 Commercial Printing, NEC (screen printing) 500

*2771 Greeting Cards (screen printing of greeting cards) 500

*2782 Blankbooks, Loose- leaf Binders and Devices (screen printing of checkbooks)

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500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (screen printing of eyeglass frames for the trade) 323114........... Quick Printing....

N

500

500

*2752 Commercial Printing, Lithographic (quick printing) 500

*2759 Commercial Printing, NEC (quick printing) 323115........... Digital Printing..

N

500

500

*2759 Commercial Printing, NEC (digital printing, except quick printing) 323116........... Manifold Business

E

500

500

2761 Manifold Business Form Printing.

Forms 323117........... Book Printing.....

E

500

500

2732 Book Printing 323118........... Blankbook, Loose-

R

500

500

*2782 Blankbooks, Loose- leaf Binder and

leaf Binders and Device

Devices (except Manufacturing.

checkbooks) 323119........... Other Commercial

R

500

500

*2759 Commercial Printing.

Printing, NEC (other commercial printing except quick printing) 500

*2771 Greeting Cards (other printing of greeting cards) 500

*2782 Blankbooks, Loose- leaf Binders and Devices (other printing of checkbooks) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (other printing of eyeglass frames for the trade) 323121........... Tradebinding and

E

500

500

2789 Bookbinding and Related Work.

Related Work 323122........... Prepress Services.

R

500

500

2791 Typesetting 500

2796 Platemaking and Related Services

Subsector 324 -- Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing

32411............ Petroleum

E \4\ 1,500 \4\ 1,500

2911 Petroleum Refining Refineries. 324121........... Asphalt Paving

E

500

500

2951 Asphalt Paving Mixture and Block

Mixtures and Manufacturing.

Blocks 324122........... Asphalt Shingle

E

750

750

2952 Asphalt Felts and and Coating

Coatings Materials Manufacturing. 324191........... Petroleum

E

500

500

2992 Lubricating Oils Lubricating Oil

and Greases and Grease Manufacturing. 324199........... All Other

R

500

500

2999 Products of Petroleum and

Petroleum and Coal Products

Coal, NEC Manufacturing. 1,000

*3312 Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills (coke ovens)

Subsector 325 -- Chemical Manufacturing

32511............ Petrochemical

N

1,000

750

*2865 Cyclic Organic Manufacturing.

Crudes and Intermediates, and Organic Dyes and Pigments (aromatics) 1,000

*2869 Industrial Organic Chemicals, NEC (aliphatics) 32512............ Industrial Gas

R

1,000

1,000

2813 Industrial Gases Manufacturing. 1,000

*2869 Industrial Organic Chemicals, NEC (fluorocarbon gases) 325131........... Inorganic Dye and

N

1,000

1,000

*2816 Inorganic Pigments Pigment

(except bone and Manufacturing.

lamp black) 1,000

*2819 Industrial Inorganic Chemicals, NEC (inorganic dyes) 325132........... Synthetic Organic

N

750

750

*2865 Cyclic Organic Dye and Pigment

Crudes and Manufacturing.

Intermediates, and Organic Dyes and Pigments (organic dyes and pigments) 325181........... Alkalies and

E

1,000

1,000

2812 Alkalies and Chlorine

Chlorine Manufacturing. 325182........... Carbon Black

R

500

1,000

*2816 Inorganic pigments Manufacturing.

(bone and lamp black) 500

2895 Carbon Black

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325188........... All Other Basic

R

1,000

1,000

*2819 Industrial Inorganic

Inorganic Chemical

Chemicals, NEC Manufacturing.

(except activated carbon and charcoal, alumina, and inorganic industrial dyes) 1,000

*2869 Industrial Organic Chemicals, NEC (carbon bisulfide) 325191........... Gum and Wood

E

500

500

2861 Gum and Wood Chemical

Chemicals Manufacturing. 325192........... Cyclic Crude and

R

750

750

*2865 Cyclic Organic Intermediate

Crudes and Manufacturing.

Intermediates and Organic Dyes and Pigments (except aromatics and organic dyes and pigments) 325193........... Ethyl Alcohol

N

1,000

1,000

*2869 Industrial Organic Manufacturing.

Chemicals (ethyl alcohol) 325199........... All Other Basic

R

1,000

1,000

*2869 Industrial Organic Organic Chemical

Chemicals, NEC Manufacturing.

(except aliphatics, carbon bisulfide, ethyl alcohol, and fluorocarbon gases) 500

*2899 Chemical and Chemical Preparations, NEC (fatty acids) 325211........... Plastics Material

E

750

750

2821 Plastics and Resin

Materials, Manufacturing.

Synthetic and Resins, and Nonvulcanizable Elastomers 325212........... Synthetic Rubber

E

1,000

1,000

2822 Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing. 325221........... Cellulosic Organic

E

1,000

1,000

2823 Cellulosic Manmade Fiber

Fibers Manufacturing. 325222........... Noncellulosic

E

1,000

1,000

2824 Manmade Organic Organic Fiber

Fibers, Except Manufacturing.

Cellulosic 325311........... Nitrogenous

E

1,000

1,000

2873 Nitrogenous Fertilizer

Fertilizers Manufacturing. 325312........... Phosphatic

E

500

500

2874 Phosphatic Fertilizer

Fertilizers Manufacturing. 325314........... Fertilizer (Mixing

E

500

500

2875 Fertilizers, Only)

Mixing Only Manufacturing. 32532............ Pesticide and

E

500

500

2879 Pesticides and Other

Agricultural Agricultural

Chemicals, NEC Chemical Manufacturing. 325411........... Medicinal and

E

750

750

2833 Medicinal Botanical

Chemicals and Manufacturing.

Botanical Products 325412........... Pharmaceutical

R

750

750

2834 Pharmaceutical Preparation

Preparations Manufacturing. 500

*2835 In-Vitro and In- Vivo Diagnostic Substances (except in-vitro diagnostic) 325413........... In-Vitro

N

500

500

*2835 In-Vitro and In- Diagnostic

Vivo Diagnostic Substance

Substances (in- Manufacturing.

vitro diagnostic substances) 325414........... Biological Product

E

500

500

2836 Biological (except

Products, Except Diagnostic)

Diagnostic Manufacturing.

Substance 32551............ Paint and Coating

R

500

500

2851 Paints, Varnishes, Manufacturing.

Lacquers, Enamels and Allied Products 500

*2899 Chemicals and Chemical Preparations, NEC (frit) 32552............ Adhesive

E

500

500

2891 Adhesives and Manufacturing.

Sealants 325611........... Soap and Other

R

750

750

2841 Soaps and Other Detergent

Detergents, Manufacturing.

Except Specialty Cleaners 500

*2844 Toilet Preparations (toothpaste) 325612........... Polish and Other

E

500

500

2842 Specialty Sanitation Good

Cleaning, Manufacturing.

Polishing, and Sanitary Preparations 325613........... Surface Active

E

500

500

2843 Surface Active Agent

Agents, Finishing Manufacturing.

Agents, Sulfonated Oils, and Assistants 32562............ Toilet Preparation

R

500

500

*2844 Perfumes, Manufacturing.

Cosmetics, and Other Toilet Preparations (except toothpaste) 32591............ Printing Ink

E

500

500

2893 Printing Ink Manufacturing. 32592............ Explosives

E

750

750

2892 Explosives Manufacturing.

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325991........... Custom Compounding

E

500

500

3087 Custom Compounding of Purchased

of Purchased Resin.

Plastics Resin 325992........... Photographic Film,

N

500

500

*3861 Photographic Paper, Plate and

Equipment and Chemical

Supplies Manufacturing.

(photographic films, paper, plates and chemicals) 325998........... All Other Chemical

R

500

1,000

*2819 Industrial Product and

Inorganic Preparation

Chemicals, NEC Manufacturing.

(activated carbon and charcoal) 500

*2899 Chemicals and Chemical Preparations, NEC (except frit and table salt) 500

*3952 Lead Pencils and Art Goods (drawing inks and india ink) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (matches)

Subsector 326 -- Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing

326111........... Unsupported

N

500

500

*2673 Plastics, Foil, Plastics Bag

and Coated Paper Manufacturing.

Bags (plastics bags) 326112........... Unsupported

N

500

500

*2671 Packaging Paper Plastics

and Plastics Packaging Film

Film, Coated, and and Sheet

Laminated Manufacturing.

(plastics packaging film and sheet) 326113........... Unsupported

E

500

500

3081 Unsupported Plastics Film and

Plastics Film and Sheet (except

Sheets Packaging) Manufacturing. 326121........... Unsupported

R

500

500

3082 Unsupported Plastics Profile

Plastics Profile Shape

Shapes Manufacturing. 500

*3089 Plastics Product, NEC (plastics sausage casings) 326122........... Plastics Pipe and

R

500

500

3084 Plastics Pipe Pipe Fitting Manufacturing. 500

*3089 Plastics Products, NEC (pipe fittings) 32613............ Laminated Plastics

E

500

500

3083 Laminated Plastics Plate, Sheet and

Plate, Sheet and Shape

Profile Shapes Manufacturing. 32614............ Polystyrene Foam

N

500

500

*3086 Plastics Foam Product

Products Manufacturing.

(polystyrene foam products) 32615............ Urethane and Other

N

500

500

*3086 Plastics Foam Foam Product

Products (except

(urethane foam Polystyrene)

products) Manufacturing. 32616............ Plastics Bottle

E

500

500

3085 Plastics Bottles Manufacturing. 326191........... Plastics Plumbing

E

500

500

3088 Plastics Plumbing Fixture

Fixtures Manufacturing. 326192........... Resilient Floor

R

750

500

*3069 Fabricated Rubber Covering

Products, NEC Manufacturing.

(rubber resilient floor coverings) 750

3996 Linoleum, Asphalted-Felt- Base, and Other Hard Surface Floor Coverings, NEC 326199........... All Other Plastics

R

500

500

*3089 Plastics Products, Product

NEC (except Manufacturing.

plastics pipe fittings and plastics sausage casings) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (plastics products such as combs, hair curlers, etc.) 326211........... Tire Manufacturing

E \5\ 1,000 \5\ 1,000

3011 Tires and Inner (except

Tubes Retreading). 326212........... Tire Retreading...

N

500

$10.5

*7534 Tire Retreading and Repair Shops (rebuilding) 32622............ Rubber and

E

500

500

3052 Rubber and Plastics Hoses

Plastics Hose and and Belting

Belting Manufacturing. 326291........... Rubber Product

E

500

500

3061 Molded, Extruded, Manufacturing for

and Lathe-Cut Mechanical Use.

Mechanical Rubber Goods

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326299........... All Other Rubber

R

500

500

*3069 Fabricated Rubber Product

Products, NEC Manufacturing.

(except rubberized fabric and rubber resilient floor covering)

Subsector 327 -- Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

327111........... Vitreous China

E

750

750

3261 Vitreous China Plumbing Fixtures

Plumbing Fixtures and China and

and China and Earthenware

Earthenware Bathroom

Fittings and Accessories

Bathroom Manufacturing.

Accessories 327112........... Vitreous China,

N

500

500

3262 Vitreous China Fine Earthenware

Table and Kitchen and Other Pottery

Articles Product Manufacturing. 500

3263 Fine Earthenware (Whiteware) Table and Kitchen Articles 500

3269 Pottery Products, NEC 327113........... Porcelain

E

500

500

3264 Porcelain Electrical Supply

Electrical Manufacturing.

Supplies 327121........... Brick and

E

500

500

3251 Brick and Structural Clay

Structural Clay Tile

Tile Manufacturing. 327122........... Ceramic Wall and

E

500

500

3253 Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile

Floor Tile Manufacturing. 327123........... Other Structural

E

500

500

3259 Structural Clay Clay Product

Products, NEC Manufacturing. 327124........... Clay Refractory

E

500

500

3255 Clay Refractories Manufacturing. 327125........... Nonclay Refractory

E

750

750

3297 Nonclay Manufacturing.

Refractories 327211........... Flat Glass

E

1,000

1,000

3211 Flat Glass Manufacturing. 327212........... Other Pressed and

E

750

750

3229 Pressed and Blown Blown Glass and

Glass and Glassware

Glassware, NEC Manufacturing. 327213........... Glass Container

E

750

750

3221 Glass Containers Manufacturing. 327215........... Glass Product

E

500

500

3231 Glass Products Manufacturing

Made of Purchased Made of Purchased

Glass Glass. 32731............ Cement

E

750

750

3241 Cement, Hydraulic Manufacturing. 32732............ Ready-Mix Concrete

E

500

500

3273 Ready-Mixed Manufacturing.

Concrete 327331........... Concrete Block and

E

500

500

3271 Concrete Block and Brick

Brick Manufacturing. 327332........... Concrete Pipe

N

500

500

*3272 Concrete Products, Manufacturing.

Except Block and Brick (concrete pipe) 32739............ Other Concrete

N

500

500

*3272 Concrete Products, Product

Except Block and Manufacturing.

Brick (concrete products, except dry mix concrete and pipe) 32741............ Lime Manufacturing

E

500

500

3274 Lime 32742............ Gypsum Product

R

1,000

1,000

3275 Gypsum Products Manufacturing. 500

*3299 Nonmetallic Mineral Products, NEC (moldings, ornamental and architectural plaster work) 32791............ Abrasive Product

R

500

500

*3291 Abrasive Products Manufacturing.

(except steel wool with or without soap) 327991........... Cut Stone and

E

500

500

3281 Cut Stone and Stone Product

Stone Products Manufacturing. 327992........... Ground or Treated

E

500

500

3295 Minerals and Mineral and Earth

Earths, Ground or Manufacturing.

Otherwise Treated 327993........... Mineral Wool

E

750

750

3296 Mineral Wool Manufacturing. 327999........... All Other

R

500

500

*3272 Concrete Products, Miscellaneous

Except Block and Nonmetallic

Brick (dry Mineral Product

mixture concrete) Manufacturing. 750

*3292 Asbestos Products (except brake pads and linings) 500

*3299 Nonmetallic Mineral Products, NEC (except moldings, ornamental and architectural plaster work)

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Subsector 331 -- Primary Metal Manufacturing

331111........... Iron and Steel

N

1,000

1,000

*3312 Steel Works, Blast Mills.

Furnaces (Including Coke Ovens), and Rolling Mills (except coke ovens not integrated with steel mills) 750

*3399 Primary Metal Products, NEC (ferrous powder, paste, flakes, etc.) 331112........... Electrometallurgic

R

750

750

*3313 Electrometallurgic al Ferroalloy

al Products, Product

Except Steel Manufacturing.

(ferroalloys) 33121............ Iron and Steel

E

1,000

1,000

3317 Steel Pipe and Pipe and Tube

Tubes Manufacturing from Purchased Steel. 331221........... Cold-Rolled Steel

E

1,000

1,000

3316 Cold-Rolled Steel Shape

Sheet, Strip and Manufacturing.

Bars 331222........... Steel Wire Drawing

R

1,000

1,000

*3315 Steel Wiredrawing and Steel Nails and Spikes (steel wire drawing) 331311........... Alumina Refining..

N

1,000

1,000

*2819 Industrial Inorganic Chemicals, NEC (alumina) 331312........... Primary Aluminum

E

1,000

1,000

3334 Primary Production Production.

of Aluminum 331314........... Secondary Smelting

N

750

500

*3341 Secondary Smelting and Alloying of

and Refining of Aluminum.

Nonferrous Metals (aluminum) 750

*3399 Primary Metal Products, NEC (aluminum powder, paste, flakes, etc.) 331315........... Aluminum Sheet,

E

750

750

3353 Aluminum Sheet, Plate and Foil

Plate, and Foil Manufacturing. 331316........... Aluminum Extruded

E

750

750

3354 Aluminum Extruded Product

Products Manufacturing. 331319........... Other Aluminum

R

750

750

3355 Aluminum Rolling Rolling and

and Drawing, NEC Drawing. 1,000

*3357 Drawing and Insulating of Nonferrous Wire (aluminum wire drawing) 331411........... Primary Smelting

E

1,000

1,000

3331 Primary Smelting and Refining of

and Refining of Copper.

Copper 331419........... Primary Smelting

E

750

750

3339 Primary Smelting and Refining of

and Refining of Nonferrous Metal

Nonferrous (except Copper

Metals, Except and Aluminum).

Copper and Aluminum 331421........... Copper Rolling,

E

750

750

3351 Rolling, Drawing, Drawing and

and Extruding of Extruding.

Copper 331422........... Copper Wire

N

1,000

1,000

*3357 Drawing and (except

Insulating of Mechanical)

Nonferrous Wire Drawing.

(copper wire drawing) 331423........... Secondary

R

750

500

*3341 Secondary Smelting Smelting,

and Refining of Refining, and

Nonferrous Metals Alloying of

(copper) Copper. 750

*3399 Primary Metal Products, NEC (copper powders, flakes, paste, etc.) 331491........... Nonferrous Metal

R

750

750

3356 Rolling, Drawing (except Copper

and Extruding of and Aluminum)

Nonferrous Rolling, Drawing

Metals, Except and Extruding.

Copper and Aluminum 1,000

*3357 Drawing and Insulating of Nonferrous Wire (wire drawing except copper or aluminum) 331492........... Secondary

N

750

750

*3313 Electrometallurgic Smelting,

al Products, Refining, and

Except Steel Alloying of

(except copper Nonferrous Metal

and aluminum) (except Copper and Aluminum). 500

*3341 Secondary Smelting and Reining of Nonferrous Metals (except copper and aluminum) 750

*3399 Primary Metal Products, NEC (except copper and aluminum) 331511........... Iron Foundries....

R

500

500

3321 Gray and Ductile 500

3322 Iron Foundries Malleable Iron Foundries

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331512........... Steel Investment

E

500

500

3324 Steel Investment Foundries.

Foundries 331513........... Steel Foundries,

E

500

500

3325 Steel Foundries, (except

NEC Investment). 331521........... Aluminum Die-

E

500

500

3363 Aluminum Die- Casting Foundries.

Castings 331522........... Nonferrous (except

E

500

500

3364 Nonferrous Die- Aluminum) Die-

Castings, Except Casting Foundries.

Aluminum 331524........... Aluminum Foundries

E

500

500

3365 Aluminum Foundries (except Die- Casting). 331525........... Copper Foundries

E

500

500

3366 Copper Foundries (except Die- Casting). 331528........... Other Nonferrous

E

500

500

3369 Nonferrous Foundries (except

Foundries, Except Die-Casting).

Aluminum and Copper

Subsector 332 -- Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

332111........... Iron and Steel

E

500

500

3462 Iron and Steel Forging.

Forgings 332112........... Nonferrous Forging

E

500

500

3463 Nonferrous Forgings 332114........... Custom Roll

N

500

500

*3449 Miscellaneous Forming.

Structural Metal Work (custom roll forming) 332115........... Crown and Closure

E

500

500

3466 Crowns and Manufacturing.

Closures 332116........... Metal Stamping....

N

500

500

*3469 Metal Stampings, NEC (except kitchen utensils, pots and pans for cooking and coins) 332117........... Powder Metallurgy

N

500

500

*3499 Fabricated Metal Part

Products, NEC Manufacturing.

(powder metallurgy) 332211........... Cutlery and

N

500

500

3421 Cutlery Flatware (except Precious) Manufacturing. 500

*3914 Silverware, Plated Ware, and Stainless Steel Ware (cutlery and flatware except precious) Hand and Edge Tool

R

500

500

3423 Hand and Edge Manufacturing.

Tools, Except Machine Tools and Handsaws 500

*3523 Farm Machinery and Equipment (hand hair clippers for animals) 500

*3524 Lawn and Garden Tractors and Home Lawn and Garden Equipment (nonpowered lawnmowers) 500

*3545 Cutting Tools, Machine Tools Accessories, and Machinist Precision Measuring Devices (precision measuring devices) 500

*3799 Transportation Equipment, NEC (wheelbarrows) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (tape measures) 332213........... Saw Blade and

E

500

500

3425 Saw Blades and Handsaw

Handsaws Manufacturing. 332214........... Kitchen Utensil,

N

500

500

*3469 Metal Stampings, Pot and Pan

NEC (kitchen Manufacturing.

utensils, pots, and pans for cooking) 3323............. Architectural and Structural Metals Manufacturing 33231............ Plate Work and Fabricated Structural Product Manufacturing 332311........... Prefabricated

E

500

500

3448 Prefabricated Metal Building

Metal Buildings and Component

and Components Manufacturing. 332312........... Fabricated

R

500

500

3441 Fabricated Structural Metal

Structural Metal Manufacturing. 500

*3449 Miscellaneous Structural Metal Work (fabricated bar joists and concrete reinforcing bars) 332313........... Plate Work

N

500

500

*3443 Fabricated Plate Manufacturing.

Work (Boiler Shops) (fabricated plate work and metal weldments) 332321........... Metal Window and

R

500

500

3442 Metal Doors, Sash, Door

Frames, Molding Manufacturing.

and Trim

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500

*3449 Miscellaneous Structural Metal Work (curtain wall) 332322........... Sheet Metal Work

R

500

500

*3444 Sheet Metal Work Manufacturing.

(ducts, flumes, flooring, siding, dampers, etc.) 332323........... Ornamental and

R

500

500

3446 Architectural and Architectural

Ornamental Metal Metal Work

Work Manufacturing. 500

*3449 Miscellaneous Structural Metal Work (metal plaster bases) 500

*3523 Farm Machinery and Equipment (corrals, stalls, and holding gates) 33241............ Power Boiler and

N

500

500

*3443 Fabricated Plate Heat Exchanger

Work (Boiler Manufacturing.

Shops) (power boilers and heat exchangers) 33242............ Metal Tank (Heavy

N

500

500

*3443 Fabricated Plate Gauge)

Work (Boiler Manufacturing.

Shops) (heavy gauge tanks) 33243............ Metal Can, Box, and Other Metal Container (Light Gauge) Manufacturing 332431........... Metal Can

E

1,000

1,000

3411 Metal Cans Manufacturing. 332439........... Other Metal

R

500

500

3412 Metal Shipping Container

Barrels, Drums, Manufacturing.

Kegs, and Pails 500

*3429 Hardware, NEC (vacuum and insulated bottles, jugs, and chests) 500

*3444 Sheet Metal Work (metal bins and vats) 500

*3499 Fabricated Metal Products, NEC (metal boxes) 750

*3537 Industrial Trucks, Tractors, Trailers, and Stackers (metal air cargo containers) 33251............ Hardware

R

500

500

*3429 Hardware, NEC Manufacturing.

(hardware, except hose nozzles, and vacuum and insulated bottles, jugs and chests) 500

*3499 Fabricated Metal Products, NEC (safe and vault locks) 332611........... Spring (Heavy

E

500

500

3493 Steel Springs, Gauge)

Except Wire Manufacturing. 332612........... Spring (Light

R

500

500

*3495 Wire Springs Gauge)

(except watch and Manufacturing.

clock springs) 332618........... Other Fabricated

R

500

1,000

*3315 Steel Wiredrawing Wire Product

and Steel Nails Manufacturing.

and Spikes (nails, spikes, paper clips and wire not made in wiredrawing plants) 750

*3399 Primary Metal Products, NEC (nonferrous nails, brads, staples, etc.) 500

3496 Miscellaneous Fabricated Wire Products 33271............ Machine Shops.....

N

500

500

*3599 Industrial and Commercial Machinery and Equipment, NEC (machine shops) 332721........... Precision Turned

E

500

500

3451 Screw Machine Product

Products Manufacturing. 332722........... Bolt, Nut, Screw,

E

500

500

3452 Bolts, Nuts, Rivet and Washer

Screws, Rivets, Manufacturing.

and Washers 332811........... Metal Heat

E

750

750

3398 Metal Heat Treating.

Treating 332812........... Metal Coating,

R

500

500

*3479 Coating, Engraving (except

Engraving, and Jewelry and

Allied Services, Silverware), and

NEC (except Allied Services

jewelry, to Manufacturers.

silverware, and flatware engraving and etching) 332813........... Electroplating,

R

500

750

*3399 Primary Metal Plating,

Products, NEC Polishing,

(laminating Anodizing and

steel) Coloring.

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500

3471 Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and Coloring 332911........... Industrial Valve

E

500

500

3491 Industrial Valves Manufacturing. 332912........... Fluid Power Valve

R

500

500

3492 Fluid Power Valves and Hose Fitting

and Hose Fittings Manufacturing. \9\ 1,000

*3728 Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment, NEC (fluid power aircraft subassemblies) 332913........... Plumbing Fixture

R

500

500

*3432 Plumbing Fixture Fitting and Trim

Fittings and Trim Manufacturing.

(except shower rods) 332919........... Other Metal Valve

R

500

500

*3429 Hardware, NEC and Pipe Fitting

(hose nozzles) Manufacturing. 500

*3494 Valves and Pipe Fittings, NEC (except metal pipe hangers and supports) 500

*3499 Fabricated Metal Products, NEC (metal aerosol valves) 332991........... Ball and Roller

E

750

750

3562 Ball and Roller Bearing

Bearings Manufacturing. 332992........... Small Arms

E

1,000

1,000

3482 Small Arms Ammunition

Ammunition Manufacturing. 332993........... Ammunition (except

E

1,500

1,500

3483 Ammunition, Except Small Arms)

for Small Arms Manufacturing. 332994........... Small Arms

E

1,000

1,000

3484 Small Arms Manufacturing. 332995........... Other Ordnance and

E

500

500

3489 Ordnance and Accessories

Accessories, NEC Manufacturing. 332996........... Fabricated Pipe

E

500

500

3498 Fabricated Pipe and Pipe Fitting

and Pipe Fittings Manufacturing. 332997........... Industrial Pattern

E

500

500

3543 Industrial Manufacturing.

Patterns 332998........... Enameled Iron and

E

750

750

3431 Enameled Iron and Metal Sanitary

Metal Sanitary Ware

Ware Manufacturing. 332999........... All Other

R

500

500

*3291 Abrasive Products Miscellaneous

(steel wool with Fabricated Metal

or without soap) Product Manufacturing. 500

*3432 Plumbing Fixture Fittings and Trim (metal shower rods) 500

*3494 Valves and Pipe Fittings, NEC (metal pipe hangers and supports) 500

*3497 Metal Foil and Leaf (foil and foil containers) 500

*3499 Fabricated Metal Products, NEC (other metal products) 750

*3537 Industrial Trucks, Tractors, Trailers, and Stackers (metal pallets) 500

*3599 Industrial and Commercial Machinery and Equipment, NEC (flexible metal hose) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (other miscellaneous metal products, such as combs, hair curlers, etc.)

Subsector 333 -- Machinery Manufacturing

333111........... Farm Machinery and

R

500

500

*3523 Farm Machinery and Equipment

Equipment (except Manufacturing.

corrals, stalls, holding gates, hand clippers for animals, and farm conveyors/ elevators) 333112........... Lawn and Garden

R

500

500

*3524 Lawn and Garden Tractor and Home

Tractors and Home Lawn and Garden

Lawn and Garden Equipment

Equipment (except Manufacturing.

nonpowered lawnmowers)

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33312............ Construction

R

750

750

*3531 Construction Machinery

Machinery and Manufacturing.

Equipment (except railway track maintenance equipment; winches, aerial work platforms; and automotive wreckers hoists) 333131........... Mining Machinery

E

500

500

3532 Mining Machinery and Equipment

and Equipment, Manufacturing.

Except Oil and Gas Field Machinery and Equipment 333132........... Oil and Gas Field

E

500

500

3533 Oil and Gas Field Machinery and

Machinery and Equipment

Equipment Manufacturing. 33321............ Sawmill and

E

500

500

3553 Woodworking Woodworking

Machinery Machinery Manufacturing. 33322............ Plastics and

N

500

500

*3559 Special Industry Rubber Industry

Machinery, NEC Machinery

(rubber and Manufacturing.

plastics manufacturing machinery) 333291........... Paper Industry

E

500

500

3554 Paper Industries Machinery

Machinery Manufacturing. 333292........... Textile Machinery

E

500

500

3552 Textile Machinery Manufacturing. 333293........... Printing Machinery

E

500

500

3555 Printing Trades and Equipment

Machinery and Manufacturing.

Equipment 333294........... Food Product

E

500

500

3556 Food Products Machinery

Machinery Manufacturing. 333295........... Semiconductor

N

500

500

*3559 Special Industry Machinery

Machinery, NEC Manufacturing.

(semiconductor machinery manufacturing) 333298........... All Other

R

500

500

*3559 Special Industry Industrial

Machinery, NEC Machinery

(except rubber Manufacturing.

and plastics manufacturing machinery, semiconductor manufacturing machinery, and automotive maintenance equipment) 500

*3639 Household Appliances, NEC (household sewing machines) 333311........... Automatic Vending

E

500

500

3581 Automatic Vending Machine

Machines Manufacturing. 333312........... Commercial

E

500

500

3582 Commercial Laundry,

Laundry, Drycleaning and

Drycleaning and Pressing Machine

Pressing Machines Manufacturing. 333313........... Office Machinery

N

1,000

1,000

*3578 Calculating and Manufacturing.

Accounting Machinery, Except Electronic Computers (except point of sales terminals and funds transfer devices) 500

*3579 Office Machines, NEC (except timeclocks, time stamps, pencil sharpeners, stapling machines, etc.) 333314........... Optical Instrument

E

500

500

3827 Optical and Lens

Instruments and Manufacturing.

Lenses 333315........... Photographic and

N

500

500

*3861 Photographic Photocopying

Equipment and Equipment

Supplies (except Manufacturing.

photographic film, paper, plates and chemicals) 333319........... Other Commercial

R

500

500

*3559 Special Industry and Service

Machinery, NEC Industry

(automotive Machinery

maintenance Manufacturing.

equipment) 500

3589 Service Industry Machinery, NEC 500

*3599 Industrial and Commercial Machinery and Equipment, NEC (carnival amusement park equipment) 750

*3699 Electrical Machinery, Equipment and Supplies, NEC (electronic teaching machines and flight simulators)

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333411........... Air Purification

N

500

500

*3564 Industrial and Equipment

Commercial Fans Manufacturing.

and Blowers and Air Purification Equipment (air purification equipment) 333412........... Industrial and

R

500

500

*3564 Industrial and Commercial Fan

Commercial Fans and Blower

and Blowers and Manufacturing.

Air Purification Equipment (fans and blowers) 333414........... Heating Equipment

R

500

500

3433 Heating Equipment, (except Warm Air

Except Electric Furnaces)

and Warm Air Manufacturing.

Furnaces 750

*3634 Electric Housewares and Fans (wall and baseboard heating units for permanent installation) 333415........... Air-Conditioning

R

750

500

*3443 Fabricated Plate and Warm Air

Work (Boiler Heating Equipment

Shops) (metal and Commercial

cooling towers) and Industrial Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturing. 750

*3585 Air-Conditioning and Warm Air Heating Equipment and Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration Equipment (except motor vehicle air- conditioning) 333511........... Industrial Mold

R

500

500

*3544 Special Dies and Manufacturing.

Tools, Die Sets, Jigs and Fixtures, and Industrial Molds (industrial molds) 333512........... Machine Tool

E

500

500

3541 Machine Tools, (Metal Cutting

Metal Cutting Types)

Type Manufacturing. 333513........... Machine Tool

E

500

500

3542 Machine Tools, (Metal Forming

Metal Forming Types)

Type Manufacturing. 333514........... Special Die and

R

500

500

*3544 Special Dies and Tool, Die Set,

Tools, Die Sets, Jig and Fixture

Jigs and Manufacturing.

Fixtures, and Industrial Molds (except molds) 333515........... Cutting Tool and

R

500

500

*3545 Cutting Tools, Machine Tool

Machine Tool Accessory

Accessories, and Manufacturing.

Machinists' Precision Measuring Devices (except precision measuring devices) 333516........... Rolling Mill

E

500

500

3547 Rolling Mill Machinery and

Machinery and Equipment

Equipment Manufacturing. 333518........... Other Metalworking

E

500

500

3549 Metalworking Machinery

Machinery, NEC Manufacturing. 333611........... Turbine and

E

1,000

1,000

3511 Steam, Gas, and Turbine Generator

Hydraulic Set Unit

Turbines, and Manufacturing.

Turbine Generator Set Units 333612........... Speed Changer,

E

500

500

3566 Speed Changers, Industrial High-

Industrial High- Speed Drive and

Speed Drives, and Gear

Gears Manufacturing. 333613........... Mechanical Power

E

500

500

3568 Mechanical Power Transmission

Transmission Equipment

Equipment, NEC Manufacturing. 333618........... Other Engine

R

1,000

1,000

*3519 Internal Equipment

Combustion Manufacturing.

Engines, NEC (except stationary engine radiators) 750

*3699 Electrical Machinery, Equipment and Supplies, NEC (outboard electric motors) 333911........... Pump and Pumping

R

500

500

3561 Pumps and Pumping Equipment

Equipment Manufacturing. 1,000

*3743 Railroad Equipment (locomotive fuel lubricating or cooling medium pumps) 333912........... Air and Gas

E

500

500

3563 Air and Gas Compressor

Compressors Manufacturing. 333913........... Measuring and

E

500

500

3586 Measuring and Dispensing Pump

Dispensing Pumps Manufacturing. 333921........... Elevator and

E

500

500

3534 Elevators and Moving Stairway

Moving Stairways Manufacturing.

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333922........... Conveyor and

R

500

500

*3523 Farm Machinery and Conveying

Equipment (farm Equipment

conveyors and Manufacturing.

elevators) 500

3535 Conveyors and Conveying Equipment 333923........... Overhead Traveling

R

500

500

3536 Overhead Traveling Crane, Hoist and

Cranes, Hoists, Monorail System

and Monorail Manufacturing.

Systems 750

*3531 Construction Machinery and Equipment (winches, aerial work platforms, and automobile wrecker hoists) 333924........... Industrial Truck,

R

750

750

*3537 Industrial Trucks, Tractor, Trailer

Tractors, and Stacker

Trailers, and Machinery

Stackers (except Manufacturing.

metal pallets and metal air cargo containers) 333991........... Power-Driven Hand

E

500

500

3546 Power-Driven Tool

Handtools Manufacturing. 333992........... Welding and

R

500

500

*3548 Electric and Gas Soldering

Welding and Equipment

Soldering Manufacturing.

Equipment (except transformers for arc-welding) 333993........... Packaging

E

500

500

3565 Packaging Machinery

Machinery Manufacturing. 333994........... Industrial Process

E

500

500

3567 Industrial Process Furnace and Oven

Furnaces and Manufacturing.

Ovens 333995........... Fluid Power

E

500

500

3593 Fluid Power Cylinder and

Cylinders and Actuator

Actuators Manufacturing. 333996........... Fluid Power Pump

E

500

500

3594 Fluid Power Pumps and Motor

and Motors Manufacturing. 333997........... Scale and Balance

E

500

500

3596 Scales and (except

Balances, Except Laboratory)

Laboratory Manufacturing. 333999........... All Other

R

500

500

*3599 Industrial and Miscellaneous

Commercial General Purpose

Machinery and Machinery

Equipment, NEC Manufacturing.

(other industrial and commercial machinery and equipment) 500

3569 General Industrial Machinery and Equipment, NEC

Subsector 334 -- Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing

334111........... Electronic

E

1,000

1,000

3571 Electronic Computer

Computers Manufacturing. 334112........... Computer Storage

E

1,000

1,000

3572 Computer Storage Device

Devices Manufacturing. 334113........... Computer Terminal

E

1,000

1,000

3575 Computer Terminals Manufacturing. 334119........... Other Computer

R

1,000

1,000

3577 Computer Peripheral

Peripheral Equipment

Equipment, NEC Manufacturing. 1,000

*3578 Calculating and Accounting Machines, Except Electronic Computers (point of sale terminals and fund transfer devices) 750

*3699 Electrical Machinery, Equipment and Supplies, NEC (bar code scanners) 33421............ Telephone

R

1,000

1,000

*3661 Telephone and Apparatus

Telegraph Manufacturing.

Apparatus (except telephone transformers and consumer external modems) 33422............ Radio and

R

750

750

3663 Radio and Television

Television Broadcasting and

Broadcasting and Wireless

Communication Communications

Equipment Equipment Manufacturing. 500

*3679 Electronic Components, NEC (communication equipment) 33429............ Other

E

750

750

3669 Communications Communications

Equipment, NEC Equipment Manufacturing. 33431............ Audio and Video

E

750

750

3651 Household Audio Equipment

and Video Manufacturing.

Equipment

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334411........... Electron Tube

E

750

750

3671 Electron Tubes Manufacturing. 334412........... Bare Printed

E

500

500

3672 Printed Circuit Circuit Board

Boards Manufacturing. 334413........... Semiconductor and

E

500

500

3674 Semiconductors and Related Device

Related Devices Manufacturing. 334414........... Electronic

E

500

500

3675 Electronic Capacitor

Capacitors Manufacturing. 334415........... Electronic

E

500

500

3676 Electronic Resistor

Resistors Manufacturing. 334416........... Electronic Coil,

R

500

1,000

*3661 Telephone and Transformer, and

Telegraph Other Inductor

Apparatus Manufacturing.

(telephone transformers) 500

3677 Electronic Coils, Transformers, and Other Inductors 500

*3825 Instruments for Measuring and Testing of Electricity and Electrical Signals (portable instrument transformers) 334417........... Electronic

E

500

500

3678 Electronic Connector

Connectors Manufacturing. 334418........... Printed Circuit

N

500

500

*3679 Electronic Assembly

Components, NEC (Electronic

(printed circuit/ Assembly)

electronic Manufacturing.

assembly manufacturing) 1,000

*3661 Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus (consumer external modems) 334419........... Other Electronic

R

500

500

*3679 Electronic Component

Components, NEC Manufacturing.

(other electronic components) 334510........... Electromedical and

R

500

500

*3842 Orthopedic, Electrotherapeuti

Prosthetic and c Apparatus

Surgical Manufacturing.

Appliances and Supplies (electronic hearing aids) 500

*3845 Electromedical and Electrotherapeuti c Apparatus (other electromedical and electrotherapeuti c apparatus) 334511........... Search, Detection,

E

750

750

3812 Search, Detection, Navigation,

Navigation, Guidance,

Guidance, Aeronautical, and

Aeronautical, and Nautical System

Nautical Systems and Instrument

and Instruments Manufacturing. 334512........... Automatic

E

500

500

3822 Automatic Controls Environmental

for Regulating Control

Residential and Manufacturing for

Commercial Residential,

Environments and Commercial and

Appliances Appliance Use. 334513........... Instruments and

E

500

500

3823 Industrial Related Products

Instruments for Manufacturing for

Measurement, Measuring,

Display, and Displaying, and

Control of Controlling

Process Industrial

Variables; and Process Variables.

Related Products 334514........... Totalizing Fluid

E

500

500

3824 Totalizing Fluid Meter and

Meters and Counting Device

Counting Devices Manufacturing. 334515........... Instrument

R

500

500

*3825 Instruments for Manufacturing for

Measuring and Measuring and

Testing of Testing

Electricity and Electricity and

Electrical Electrical

Signals (except Signals.

portable instrument transformers) 334516........... Analytical

E

500

500

3826 Laboratory Laboratory

Analytical Instrument

Instruments Manufacturing. 334517........... Irradiation

R

500

500

3844 X-Ray Apparatus Apparatus

and Tubes and Manufacturing.

Related Irradiation Apparatus 500

*3845 Electromedical and Electrotherapeuti c Apparatus (CT and CAT Scanners) 334518........... Watch, Clock, and

R

500

500

*3495 Wire Springs Part

(clock and watch Manufacturing.

springs) 500

*3579 Office Machines, NEC (time clocks and other time recording devices) 500

3873 Watches, Clocks, Clockwork Operated Devices, and Parts 334519........... Other Measuring

R

500

500

*3829 Measuring and and Controlling

Controlling Device

Devices, NEC Manufacturing.

(except medical thermometers)

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334611........... Software

N

500

$18.0

*7372 Prepackaged Reproducing.

Software (reproduction of software) 334612........... Prerecorded

N

750

750

*3652 Phonograph Records Compact Disc

and Prerecorded (except

Audio Tapes and Software), Tape,

Disks and Record

(reproduction of Reproducing.

all other media except video) $21.5

*7819 Services Allied to Motion Picture Production (reproduction of video) 334613........... Magnetic and

E

1,000

1,000

3695 Magnetic and Optical Recording

Optical Recording Media

Media Manufacturing.

Subsector 335 -- Electrical Equipment, Appliance and Component Manufacturing

33511............ Electric Lamp Bulb

E

1,000

1,000

3641 Electric Lamp and Part

Bulbs and Tubes Manufacturing. 335121........... Residential

E

500

500

3645 Residential Electric Lighting

Electric Lighting Fixture

Fixtures Manufacturing. 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (lamp shades of paper or textile) 335122........... Commercial,

E

500

500

3646 Commercial, Industrial and

Industrial, and Institutional

Institutional Electric Lighting

Electric Lighting Fixture

Fixtures Manufacturing. 335129........... Other Lighting

R

500

500

3648 Lighting Equipment

Equipment, NEC Manufacturing. 750

*3699 Electrical Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies, NEC (Christmas tree lighting sets and electric insect lamps) 335211........... Electric

R

750

750

*3634 Electric Housewares and

Housewares and Household Fan

Fans (except wall Manufacturing.

and baseboard heating units for permanent installation) 335212........... Household Vacuum

R

750

750

3635 Household Vacuum Cleaner

Cleaners Manufacturing. 500

*3639 Household Appliances, NEC (floor waxing and floor polishing machines) 335221........... Household Cooking

E

750

750

3631 Household Cooking Appliance

Equipment Manufacturing. 335222........... Household

E

1,000

1,000

3632 Household Refrigerator and

Refrigerators and Home Freezer

Home and Farm Manufacturing.

Freezers 335224........... Household Laundry

E

1,000

1,000

3633 Household Laundry Equipment

Equipment Manufacturing. 335228........... Other Major

R

500

500

*3639 Household Household

Appliances, NEC Appliance

(except floor Manufacturing.

waxing and floor polishing machines, and household sewing machines) 335311........... Power,

R

750

500

*3548 Electric and Gas Distribution and

Welding and Specialty

Soldering Transformer

Equipment Manufacturing.

(transformers for arc-welders) 750

3612 Power, Distribution, and Specialty Transformers 335312........... Motor and

R

1,000

1,000

3621 Motors and Generator

Generators Manufacturing. $5.0

*7694 Armature Rewinding Shops (remanufacturing) 335313........... Switchgear and

E

750

750

3613 Switchgear and Switchboard

Switchboard Apparatus

Apparatus Manufacturing. 335314........... Relay and

E

750

750

3625 Relays and Industrial

Industrial Control

Controls Manufacturing. 335911........... Storage Battery

E

500

500

3691 Storage Batteries Manufacturing. 335912........... Primary Battery

E

1,000

1,000

3692 Primary Batteries, Manufacturing.

Dry and Wet 335921........... Fiber Optic Cable

N

1,000

1,000

*3357 Drawing and Manufacturing.

Insulating of Nonferrous Wire (fiber optic cable-insulating only)

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335929........... Other

N

1,000

1,000

*3357 Drawing and Communication and

Insulating of Energy Wire

Nonferrous Wire Manufacturing.

(communication and energy wire, except fiber optic-insulating only) 33593............ Wiring Device Manufacturing 335931........... Current-Carrying

E

500

500

3643 Current-Carrying Wiring Device

Wiring Devices Manufacturing. 335932........... Noncurrent-

E

500

500

3644 Noncurrent- Carrying Wiring

Carrying Wiring Device

Devices Manufacturing. 335991........... Carbon and

E

750

750

3624 Carbon and Graphite Product

Graphite Products Manufacturing. 335999........... All Other

R

500

500

3629 Electrical Miscellaneous

Industrial Electrical

Apparatus, NEC Equipment and Component Manufacturing. 750

*3699 Electrical Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies, NEC (other electrical industrial apparatus)

Subsector 336 -- Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

336111........... Automobile

N

1,000

1,000

*3711 Motor Vehicles and Manufacturing.

Passenger Car Bodies (automobiles) 336112........... Light Truck and

N

1,000

1,000

*3711 Motor Vehicles and Utility Vehicle

Passenger Car Manufacturing.

Bodies (light trucks and utility vehicles) 33612............ Heavy Duty Truck

N

1,000

1,000

*3711 Motor Vehicles and Manufacturing.

Passenger Car Bodies (heavy duty trucks) 336211........... Motor Vehicle Body

R

1,000

1,000

*3711 Motor Vehicles and Manufacturing.

Passenger Car Bodies (kit car and other passenger car bodies) 500

3713 Truck and Bus Bodies 750

*3714 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories (dumptruck lifting mechanisms and fifth wheels) 336212........... Truck Trailer

E

500

500

3715 Truck Trailers Manufacturing. 336213........... Motor Home

E

1,000

1,000

3716 Motor Homes Manufacturing. 336214........... Travel Trailer and

R

500

500

3792 Travel Trailers Camper

and Campers Manufacturing. 500

*3799 Transportation Equipment, NEC (automobile, boat, utility and light truck trailers) 336311........... Carburetor,

E

500

500

3592 Carburetors, Piston, Piston

Pistons, Piston Ring and Valve

Rings, and Valves Manufacturing. 336312........... Gasoline Engine

N

750

750

*3714 Motor Vehicle and Engine Parts

Parts and Manufacturing.

Accessories (gasoline engines and engine parts including rebuilt) 336321........... Vehicular Lighting

E

500

500

3647 Vehicular Lighting Equipment

Equipment Manufacturing. 336322........... Other Motor

R

750

500

*3679 Electronic Vehicle

Components, NEC Electrical and

(electronic Electronic

control modules Equipment

for motor Manufacturing.

vehicles) 750

3694 Electrical Equipment for Internal Combustion Engines 750

*3714 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories (wiring harness sets, other than ignition; block heaters and battery heaters; instrument board assemblies; permanent defrosters; windshield washer- wiper mechanisms; cruise control mechanisms; and other electrical equip 33633............ Motor Vehicle

N

750

750

*3714 Motor Vehicle Steering and

Parts and Suspension

Accessories Components

(steering and (except Spring)

suspension parts) Manufacturing.

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33634............ Motor Vehicle

N

750

750

*3292 Asbestos Products Brake System

(asbestos brake Manufacturing.

linings and pads) 750

*3714 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories (brake and brake systems, including assemblies) 33635............ Motor Vehicle

N

750

750

*3714 Motor Vehicle Transmission and

Parts and Power Train Parts

Accessories Manufacturing.

(transmissions and power train parts, including rebuilding) 33636............ Motor Vehicle

N

500

500

*2396 Automotive Seating and

Trimmings, Interior Trim

Apparel Findings, Manufacturing.

and Related Products (textile motor vehicle trimming) 500

*2399 Fabricated Textile Products, NEC (seat belts, and seat and tire covers) 500

*2531 Public Building and Related Furniture (seats for motor vehicles) 33637............ Motor Vehicle

E

500

500

3465 Automotive Metal Stamping.

Stampings 336391........... Motor Vehicle Air-

N

750

750

*3585 Air-Conditioning Conditioning

and Warm Air Manufacturing.

Heating Equipment and Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration Equipment (motor vehicle air- conditioning) 336399........... All Other Motor

R

750

1,000

*3519 Internal Vehicle Parts

Combustion Manufacturing.

Engines, NEC (stationary engine radiators) 500

*3599 Industrial and Commercial Machinery and Equipment, NEC (gasoline, oil and intake filters for internal combustion engines, except for motor vehicles) 750

*3714 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories (except truck and bus bodies, trailers, engine and engine parts, motor vehicle electrical and electronic equipment, motor vehicle steering and suspension components, motor vehicle brake systems, and motor vehicle transmission and power train parts) 336411........... Aircraft

E

1,500

1,500

3721 Aircraft Manufacturing. 336412........... Aircraft Engine

E

1,000

1,000

3724 Aircraft Engines and Engine Parts

and Engine Parts Manufacturing. 336413........... Other Aircraft

R \7\ 1,000 \9\ 1,000

*3728 Aircraft Parts and Part and

Auxiliary Auxiliary

Equipment, NEC Equipment

(except fluid Manufacturing.

power aircraft subassemblies) 336414........... Guided Missile and

E

1,000

1,000

3761 Guided Missiles Space Vehicle

and Space Manufacturing.

Vehicles 336415........... Guided Missile and

E

1,000

1,000

3764 Guided Missile and Space Vehicle

Space Vehicle Propulsion Unit

Propulsion Units and Propulsion

and Propulsion Unit Parts

Unit Parts Manufacturing. 336419........... Other Guided

E

1,000

1,000

3769 Guided Missile and Missile and Space

Space Vehicle Vehicle Parts and

Parts and Auxiliary

Auxiliary Equipment

Equipment Manufacturing. 33651............ Railroad Rolling

R

1,000

750

*3531 Construction Stock

Machinery and Manufacturing.

Equipment (railway track maintenance equipment) 1,000

*3743 Railroad Equipment (except locomotive fuel lubricating or cooling medium pumps) 336611........... Ship Building and

E

1,000

1,000

3731 Ship Building and Repairing.

Repairing 336612........... Boat Building.....

R

500

500

*3732 Boat Building and Repairing (boat building) 336991........... Motorcycle,

R

500

500

*3944 Games, Toys, and Bicycle and Parts

Children's Manufacturing.

Vehicles, Except Dolls and Bicycles (metal tricycles) 500

3751 Motorcycles, Bicycles and Parts

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336992........... Military Armored

R

1,000

1,000

*3711 Motor Vehicles and Vehicle, Tank and

Passenger Car Tank Component

Bodies (military Manufacturing.

armored vehicles) 1,000

3795 Tanks and Tank Components 336999........... All Other

R

500

500

*3799 Transportation Transportation

Equipment, NEC Equipment

(except Manufacturing.

automobile, boat, utility light truck trailers, and wheelbarrows)

Subsector 337 -- Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing

33711............ Wood Kitchen

R

500

500

2434 Wood Kitchen Cabinet and

Cabinets Counter Top Manufacturing. 500

*2541 Wood Office and Store Fixtures, Partitions, Shelving, and Lockers (counter tops) $5.0

*5712 Furniture Stores (custom wood cabinets) 337121........... Upholstered

R

500

500

2512 Wood Household Household

Furniture, Furniture

Upholstered Manufacturing. 500

*2515 Mattress, Foundations, and Convertible Beds (convertible sofas) $5.0

*5712 Furniture (custom made upholstered household furniture except cabinets) 337122........... Nonupholstered

E

500

500

2511 Wood Household Wood Household

Furniture, Except Furniture

Upholstered Manufacturing. $5.0

*5712 Furniture Stores (custom made wood household furniture except cabinets) 337124........... Metal Household

E

500

500

2514 Metal Household Furniture

Furniture Manufacturing. 337125........... Household

E

500

500

2519 Household Furniture (except

Furniture, NEC Wood and Metal) Manufacturing. 337127........... Institutional

R

500

500

*2531 Public Building Furniture

and Related Manufacturing.

Furniture (furniture made for public buildings) 500

*2599 Furniture and Fixtures, NEC (except hospital beds) 500

*3952 Lead Pencils, Crayons, and Artist's Materials (drafting tables and boards) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (beauty and barber chairs) 337129........... Wood Television,

E

500

500

2517 Wood Television, Radio, and Sewing

Radio, Machine Cabinet

Phonograph, and Manufacturing.

Sewing Machine Cabinets 337211........... Wood Office

E

500

500

2521 Wood Office Furniture

Furniture Manufacturing. 337212........... Custom

N

500

500

*2541 Wood Office and Architectural

Store Fixtures, Woodwork and

Partitions, Millwork

Shelving, and Manufacturing.

Lockers (architectural woodwork, millwork, and fixtures) 337214........... Office Furniture

E

500

500

2522 Office Furniture, (Except Wood)

Except Wood Manufacturing. 337215........... Showcase,

N

500

500

2542 Office and Store Partition,

Fixtures, Shelving, and

Partitions, Locker

Shelving and Manufacturing.

Lockers, Except Wood 500

500

*2541 Wood Office and Store Fixtures, Partitions, Shelving, and Lockers (except counter tops, custom architectural woodwork, millwork and fixtures) 500

500

*2426 Hardwood Dimension and Flooring Mills (wood furniture frames)

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500

500

*3499 Fabricated Metal Products, NEC (metal furniture frames) 33791............ Mattress

R

500

500

*2515 Mattresses, Manufacturing.

Foundations and Convertible Beds (mattresses and foundations) 33792............ Blind and Shade

E

500

500

2591 Drapery Hardware Manufacturing.

and Window Blinds and Shades

Subsector 339 -- Miscellaneous Manufacturing

339111........... Laboratory

E

500

500

3821 Laboratory Apparatus and

apparatus and Furniture

furniture Manufacturing. 339112........... Surgical and

R

500

500

3841 Surgical and Medical

Medical Instrument

Instruments and Manufacturing.

Apparatus 500

*3829 Measuring and Controlling Devices, NEC (medical thermometers) 339113........... Surgical Appliance

R

500

500

*2599 Furniture and and Supplies

Fixtures, NEC Manufacturing.

(hospital beds) 500

*3842 Orthopedic, Prosthetic, and Surgical Appliances and Supplies (except electronic hearing aids) 339114........... Dental Equipment

E

500

500

3843 Dental Equipment and Supplies

and Supplies Manufacturing. 339115........... Ophthalmic Goods

R

500

500

3851 Ophthalmic Goods Manufacturing. $5.0

*5995 Optical Goods Stores (optical laboratories grinding of lenses to prescription) 339116........... Dental

E

500

$5.0

8072 Dental Laboratories.

Laboratories 339911........... Jewelry (except

R

500

500

*3469 Metal Stamping, Costume)

NEC (stamping Manufacturing.

coins) 500

*3479 Coating, Engraving, and Allied Services, NEC (jewelry engraving and etching, including precious metal) 500

3911 Jewelry, Precious Metal 339912........... Silverware and

R

500

500

*3479 Coating, Plated Ware

Engraving, and Manufacturing.

Allied Services, NEC (silver and plated ware engraving and etching) 500

*3914 Silverware, Plated Ware, and Stainless Steel Ware (except nonprecious metal cutlery and flatware) 339913........... Jewelers' Material

E

500

500

3915 Jewelers' Findings and Lapidary Work

and Materials, Manufacturing.

and Lapidary Work 339914........... Costume Jewelry

R

500

500

*3479 Coating, and Novelty

Engraving, and Manufacturing.

Allied Services, NEC (costume jewelry engraving and etching) 500

*3499 Fabricated Metal Products, NEC (trophies of nonprecious metals) 500

3961 Costume Jewelry and Costume Novelties, Except Precious Metal 33992............ Sporting and

E

500

500

3949 Sporting and Athletic Goods

Athletic Goods, Manufacturing.

NEC 339931........... Doll and Stuffed

E

500

500

3942 Dolls and Stuffed Toy Manufacturing.

Toys 339932........... Game, Toy, and

R

500

500

*3944 Games, Toys, and Children's

Children's Vehicle

Vehicles, Except Manufacturing.

Dolls and Bicycles (except metal tricycles) 339941........... Pen and Mechanical

E

500

500

3951 Pens, Mechanical Pencil

Pencils, and Manufacturing.

Parts 339942........... Lead Pencil and

R

500

500

*2531 Public Buildings Art Good

and Related Manufacturing.

Furniture (blackboards)

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500

*3579 Office Machines, NEC (pencil sharpeners, staplers and other office equipment) 500

*3952 Lead Pencils, Crayons, and Artists' Materials (except drawing and india ink, and drafting tables and boards) 339943........... Marking Device

E

500

500

3953 Marking Devices Manufacturing. 339944........... Carbon Paper and

E

500

500

3955 Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbon

Inked Ribbons Manufacturing. 33995............ Sign Manufacturing

E

500

500

3993 Signs and Advertising Specialties 33999............ All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing 339991........... Gasket, Packing,

E

500

500

3053 Gaskets, Packing, and Sealing

and Sealing Device

Devices Manufacturing. 339992........... Musical Instrument

E

500

500

3931 Musical Manufacturing.

Instruments 339993........... Fastener, Button,

R

500

500

3965 Fasteners, Needle and Pin

Buttons, Needles, Manufacturing.

and Pins 500

*3131 Boat and Shoe Cut Stock and Findings (metal buckles) 339994........... Broom, Brush and

R

500

500

3991 Brooms and Brushes Mop Manufacturing. 500

*2392 Housefurnishings, Except Curtains and Draperies (mops, floor and dust) 339995........... Burial Casket

E

500

500

3995 Burial Caskets Manufacturing. 339999........... All Other

R

500

500

*2499 Wood Products, NEC Miscellaneous

(mirror and Manufacturing.

picture frames) 500

*3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC (other miscellaneous products not specially provided for previously)

Sector 42 -- Wholesale Trade

Subsector 421 -- Wholesale Trade, Durable Goods

42111............ Automobile and

E

100

100

5012 Automobiles and Other Motor

Other Motor Vehicle

Vehicles Wholesalers. 42112............ Motor Vehicle

R

100

100

*5013 Motor Vehicle Supplies and New

Supplies and New Part Wholesalers.

Parts (except parts sold via retail methods) 42113............ Tire and Tube

R

100

100

*5014 Tires and Tubes Wholesalers.

(except tires sold via retail method) 42114............ Motor Vehicle Part

E

100

100

5015 Motor Vehicle (Used)

Parts, Used Wholesalers. 42121............ Furniture

R

100

100

*5021 Furniture (except Wholesalers.

furniture sold via retail method) 42122............ Home Furnishing

R

100

100

*5023 Homefurnishings Wholesalers.

(except home- furnishings sold via retail method) 42131............ Lumber, Plywood,

R

100

100

*5031 Lumber, Plywood, Millwork and Wood

Millwork, and Panel Wholesalers.

Wood Panels (except construction materials sold via retail method) $5.0

*5211 Lumber and Other Building Materials Dealers -- Retail (construction materials sold by establishments known as retail in the trade'' selling via wholesale method)'' 42132............ Brick, Stone and

R

100

100

*5032 Brick, Stone, and Related

Related Construction

Construction Material

Materials (except Wholesalers.

construction materials sold via retail method)

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42133............ Roofing, Siding

E

100

100

5033 Roofing, Siding, and Insulation

and Insulation Material

Materials Wholesalers. 42139............ Other Construction

R

100

100

*5039 Construction Material

Materials, NEC Wholesalers.

(sold via wholesale method) 42141............ Photographic

E

100

100

5043 Photographic Equipment and

Equipment and Supplies

Supplies Wholesalers. 42142............ Office Equipment

E

100

100

5044 Office Equipment Wholesalers. 42143............ Computer and

R

100

100

*5045 Computers and Computer

Computer Peripheral

Peripherals Equipment and

Equipment and Software

Software (except Wholesalers.

computers, equipment, and software sold via retail method) 42144............ Other Commercial

E

100

100

5046 Commercial Equipment

Equipment, NEC Wholesalers. 42145............ Medical, Dental

R

100

100

*5047 Medical, Dental and Hospital

and Hospital Equipment and

Equipment and Supplies

Supplies (except Wholesalers.

medical, dental, and hospital equipment and supplies sold via retail method) 42146............ Ophthalmic Goods

E

100

100

5048 Ophthalmic Goods Wholesalers. 42149............ Other Professional

R

100

100

*5049 Professional Equipment and

Equipment and Supplies

Supplies, NEC Wholesalers.

(except religious and school supplies sold via retail method) 42151............ Metal Service

E

100

100

5051 Metals Service Centers and

Centers and Offices.

Offices 42152............ Coal and Other

E

100

100

5052 Coal and Other Mineral and Ore

Mineral and Ores Wholesalers. 42161............ Electrical

R

100

100

*5063 Electrical Apparatus and

Apparatus and Equipment, Wiring

Equipment, Wiring Supplies and

Supplies and Construction

Construction Material

Materials (except Wholesalers.

electrical supplies sold via retail method) 42162............ Electrical

E

100

100

5064 Electrical Appliance,

Appliances, Television and

Television and Radio Set

Radio Sets Wholesalers. 42169............ Other Electronic

E

100

100

5065 Electronic Parts Parts and

and Equipment, Equipment

NEC Wholesalers. 42171............ Hardware

E

100

100

5072 Hardware Wholesalers. 42172............ Plumbing and

R

100

100

*5074 Plumbing and Heating Equipment

Heating Equipment and Supplies

and Supplies (Hydronics)

(Hydronics) Wholesalers.

(except plumbing equipment sold via retail method) 42173............ Warm Air Heating

E

100

100

5075 Warm Air Heating and Air-

and Air- Conditioning

Conditioning Equipment and

Equipment and Supplies

Supplies Wholesalers. 42174............ Refrigeration

E

100

100

5078 Refrigeration Equipment and

Equipment and Supplies

Supplies Wholesalers. 42181............ Construction and

E

100

100

5082 Construction and Mining (except

Mining (Except Petroleum)

Petroleum) Machinery and

Machinery and Equipment

Equipment Wholesalers. 42182............ Farm and Garden

R

100

100

*5083 Farm and Garden Machinery and

Machinery and Equipment

Equipment (except Wholesalers.

lawn and garden equipment sold via retail method) 42183............ Industrial

R

100

100

5084 Industrial Machinery and

Machinery and Equipment

Equipment Wholesalers. 100

*5085 Industrial Supplies (fluid power accessories) 42184............ Industrial

R

100

100

*5085 Industrial Supplies

Supplies (except Wholesalers.

fluid power accessories) 42185............ Service

R

100

100

*5087 Service Establishment

Establishment Equipment and

Equipment and Supplies

Supplies (except Wholesalers.

sales of the service establishment equipment and supplies sold via retail method.

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42186............ Transportation

E

100

100

5088 Transportation Equipment and

Equipment and Supplies (except

Supplies, Except Motor Vehicle)

Motor Vehicles Wholesalers. 42191............ Sporting and

E

100

100

5091 Sporting and Recreational

Recreational Goods and

Goods and Supplies

Supplies Wholesalers. 42192............ Toy and Hobby

E

100

100

5092 Toys and Hobby Goods and

Goods and Supplies

Supplies Wholesalers. 42193............ Recyclable

E

100

100

5093 Scrap and Waste Material

Materials Wholesalers. 42194............ Jewelry, Watch,

E

100

100

5094 Jewelry, Watches, Precious Stone

Precious Stones, and Precious

and Precious Metal Wholesalers.

Metals 42199............ Other

R

100

100

5099 Durable Goods, NEC Miscellaneous Durable Goods Wholesalers. $21.5

*7822 Motion Picture and Video Tape Distribution (prerecorded video tapes -- distribution)

Subsector 422 -- Wholesale Trade, Nondurable Goods

42211............ Printing and

E

100

100

5111 Printing and Writing Paper

Writing Paper Wholesalers. 42212............ Stationary and

R

100

100

*5112 Stationery and Office Supplies

Office Supplies Wholesalers.

(except stationary and office supplies sold via retail method) 42213............ Industrial and

E

100

100

5113 Industrial and Personal Service

Personal Service Paper Wholesalers.

Paper 42221............ Drugs and

E

100

100

5122 Drugs, Drug Druggists'

Proprietaries, Sundries

and Druggists' Wholesalers.

Sundries 42231............ Piece Goods,

R

100

100

*5131 Piece Goods, Notions and Other

Notions, and Dry Goods

Other Dry Goods Wholesalers.

(except piece goods converters) 42232............ Men's and Boys'

E

100

100

5136 Men's and Boys' Clothing and

Clothing and Furnishings

Furnishings Wholesalers. 42233............ Women's,

E

100

100

5137 Women's, Children's, and

Children's, and Infants' Clothing

Infants' Clothing and Accessories

and Accessories Wholesalers. 42234............ Footwear

E

100

100

5139 Footwear Wholesalers. 42241............ General Line

E

100

100

5141 Groceries, General Grocery

Line Wholesalers. 42242............ Packaged Frozen

E

100

100

5142 Packaged Frozen Food Wholesalers.

Foods 42243............ Dairy Product

E

100

100

5143 Dairy Products, (except Dried or

Except Dried or Canned)

Canned Wholesalers. 42244............ Poultry and

E

100

100

5144 Poultry and Poultry Product

Poultry Products Wholesalers. 42245............ Confectionery

E

100

100

5145 Confectionery Wholesalers. 42246............ Fish and Seafood

E

100

100

5146 Fish and Seafoods Wholesalers. 42247............ Meat and Meat

R

100

100

*5147 Meats and Meat Product

Products (except Wholesalers.

boxed beef) 42248............ Fresh Fruit and

E

100

100

5148 Fresh Fruits and Vegetable

Vegetables Wholesalers. 42249............ Other Grocery and

E

100

100

5149 Groceries and Related Products

Related Products, Wholesalers.

NEC 42251............ Grain and Field

E

100

100

5153 Grain and Field Bean Wholesalers.

Beans 42252............ Livestock

E

100

100

5154 Livestock Wholesalers. 42259............ Other Farm Product

E

100

100

5159 Farm-Product Raw Raw Material

Materials, NEC Wholesalers. 42261............ Plastics Materials

E

100

100

5162 Plastics Materials and Basic Forms

and Basic Forms and Shapes

and Shapes Wholesalers. 42269............ Other Chemical and

E

100

100

5169 Chemicals and Allied Products

Allied Products, Wholesalers.

NEC 42271............ Petroleum Bulk

R

100

100

*5171 Petroleum Bulk Stations and

Stations and Terminals.

Terminals (except petroleum sold via retail method) 42272............ Petroleum and

E

100

100

5172 Petroleum and Petroleum

Petroleum Products

Products Wholesalers

Wholesalers, (except Bulk

Except Bulk Stations and

Stations and Terminals).

Terminals 42281............ Beer and Ale

E

100

100

5181 Beer and Ale Wholesalers.

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42282............ Wine and Distilled

E

100

100

5182 Wine and Distilled Alcoholic

Alcoholic Beverage

Beverages Wholesalers. 42291............ Farm Supplies

R

100

100

*5191 Farm Supplies Wholesalers.

(except lawn and garden supplies sold via retail method) 42292............ Book, Periodical

E

100

100

5192 Books, and Newspaper

Periodicals, and Wholesalers.

Newspapers 42293............ Flower, Nursery

E

100

100

*5193 Flowers, Nursery Stock and

Stock, and Florists'

Florists' Supplies

Supplies (except Wholesalers.

nursery stock sold via retail method) 42294............ Tobacco and

E

100

100

5194 Tobacco and Tobacco Product

Tobacco Products Wholesalers. 42295............ Paint, Varnish and

R

100

100

*5198 Paints, Varnishes, Supplies

and Supplies Wholesalers.

(except paints, etc. sold via retail method) $5.0

*5231 Paint, Glass and Wallpaper Stores (sold via wholesale method) 42299............ Other

R

100

100

*5199 Nondurable Goods, Miscellaneous

NEC (except Nondurable Goods

specialty Wholesalers.

advertising)

Sectors 44-45 -- Retail Trade

Subsector 441 -- Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers

44111............ New Car Dealers...

E

$21.0

$21.0

5511 Motor Vehicle Dealers (New and Used) 44112............ Used Car Dealers..

E

$17.0

$17.0

5521 Motor Vehicle Dealers (Used Only) 44121............ Recreational

E

$5.0

$5.0

5561 Recreational Vehicle Dealers.

Vehicle Dealers 441221........... Motorcycle Dealers

E

$5.0

$5.0

5571 Motorcycle Dealers 441222........... Boat Dealers......

E

$5.0

$5.0

5551 Boat Dealers 441229........... All Other Motor

E

$5.0

$5.0

5599 Automotive Vehicle Dealers.

Dealers, NEC Except Aircraft

$7.5

$7.5

Except Aircraft Dealers, Retail.

Dealers, Retail 44131............ Automotive Parts

N

$5.0

100

*5013 Motor Vehicle and Accessories

Supplies and New Stores.

Parts (Wholesale) (auto parts sold via retail method) $6.5

*5731 Radio, Television, and Consumer Electronics Stores (automobile radios) $5.0

*5531 Auto and Home Supply Stores (except tires and tubes) 44132............ Tire Dealers......

N

$5.0

100

*5014 Tires and Tubes (Wholesale) (tires and tubes sold via retail method) $5.0

*5531 Auto and Home Supply Stores (tires and tubes)

Subsector 442 -- Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores

44211............ Furniture Stores..

R

$5.0

100

*5021 Furniture (Wholesale) (sold via the retail method) $5.0

*5712 Furniture Stores (except custom furniture and cabinets) 44221............ Floor Covering

R

$5.0

100

*5023 Homefurnishings Stores.

(Wholesale) (floor covering sold via retail method) $5.0

5713 Floor Coverings Stores 442291........... Window Treatment

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5714 Drapery, Curtain, Stores.

and Upholstery Stores (drapery and curtain stores) $5.0

*5719 Miscellaneous Homefurnishings Stores (blinds and shades)

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442299........... All Other Home

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5719 Miscellaneous Furnishings

Homefurnishings Stores.

Stores (except pottery and crafts made and sold on site and frame shops, and window furnishings)

Subsector 443 -- Electronics and Appliance Stores

443111........... Household

R

$6.5

$6.5

5722 Household Appliance Stores.

Appliance Stores $5.0

*5999 Miscellaneous Retail Stores, NEC (personal appliance stores) $5.0

*7623 Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Service and Repair Shops (sales location providing supporting refrigerator repair services as major source of receipts) $5.0

*7629 Electrical and Electronic Repair Shops, NEC (Services) (Sales location providing supporting appliance repair services as major source of receipts) 443112........... Radio, Television

R

$6.5

$6.5

*5731 Radio, Television, and Other

and Consumer Electronics

Electronics Stores.

Stores (except auto radios) $5.0

*5999 Miscellaneous Retail Stores, NEC (typewriters and telephones) $5.0

*7622 Radio and Television Repair Shops (sales locations providing supporting repair services as major source of receipts) 44312............ Computer and

R

$6.5

100

*5045 Computers and Software Stores.

Computer Peripheral Equipment and Software (sold via retail method) $18.0

*7378 Computer Maintenance and Repair (sales locations providing supporting repair services as major source of receipts) $6.5

5734 Computer and Computer Software Stores 44313............ Camera and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5946 Camera and Photographic

Photographic Supplies Stores.

Supply Stores

Subsector 444 -- Building Material and Garden Equipment and Supplies Dealers

44411............ Home Centers......

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5211 Lumber and Other Building Materials Dealers (home center stores) 44412............ Paint and

R

$5.0

100

*5198 Paints, Varnishes, Wallpaper Stores.

and Supplies (sold via retail method) $5.0

*5231 Paint, Glass, and Wallpaper Stores (paint and wallpaper) 44413............ Hardware Stores...

E

$5.0

$5.0

5251 Hardware Stores 44419............ Other Building

R

$5.0

100

*5031 Lumber, Plywood, Material Dealers.

Millwork, and Wood Panels (Wholesale) (sold via retail method) 100

*5032 Brick, Stone, and Related Construction Materials (Wholesale) (sold via retail method) 100

*5039 Construction Materials, NEC (Wholesale) (glass sold via retail method) 100

*5063 Electrical Apparatus and Equipment, Wiring Supplies, and Construction Materials (Wholesale) (sold via retail method)

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100

*5074 Plumbing and Heating Equipment and Supplies (Hydronics) (sold via retail method) $5.0

*5211 Lumber and Other Building Materials Dealers (except home centers) $5.0

*5231 Paint, Glass, and Wallpaper Stores (glass) 44421............ Outdoor Power

N

$5.0

100

*5083 Farm and Garden Equipment Stores.

Machinery and Equipment (Wholesale) (sold via retail method) $5.0

*5261 Retail Nurseries, Lawn and Garden Supply Stores (outdoor power equipment) 44422............ Nursery and Garden

R

$5.0

100

*5191 Farm Supplies Centers.

(sold via retail method) 100

*5193 Flowers, Nursery Stock, and Florists' Supplies (sold via retail method) $5.0

*5261 Retail Nurseries, Lawn and Garden Supply Stores (except outdoor power equipment and cut Christmas trees)

Subsector 445 -- Food and Beverage Stores

44511............ Supermarkets and

N

$20.0

$20.0

*5411 Grocery Stores Other Grocery

(except (except

convenience Convenience)

stores and Stores.

grocery stores with substantial general merchandise) 44512............ Convenience Stores

N

$20.0

$20.0

*5411 Grocery Stores (convenience stores without gas) 44521............ Meat Markets......

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5421 Meat and Fish (Seafood) Markets, Including Freezer Provisioners (meat except freezer provisioners) $5.0

*5499 Miscellaneous Food Stores (poultry and poultry products) 44522............ Fish and Seafood

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5421 Meat and Fish Markets.

(Seafood) Markets, Including Freezer Provisioners (seafood) 44523............ Fruit and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5431 Fruit and Vegetable Markets.

Vegetable Markets 445291........... Baked Goods Stores

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5461 Retail Bakeries (selling only) 445292........... Confectionery and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5441 Candy, Nut and Nut Stores.

Confectionery Stores 445299........... All Other

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5499 Miscellaneous Food Specialty Food

Stores (except Stores.

food supplements, poultry stores, and stores with food for immediate consumption) $5.0

5451 Dairy Products Stores 44531............ Beer, Wine and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5921 Liquor Stores Liquor Stores.

Subsector 446 -- Health and Personal Care Stores

44611............ Pharmacies and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5912 Drug Stores and Drug Stores.

Proprietary Stores 44612............ Cosmetics, Beauty

N

$5.0

100

*5087 Service Supplies and

Establishment Perfume Stores.

Equipment and Supplies (beauty and barber supplies sold via retail method) $5.0

*5999 Miscellaneous Retail Stores, NEC (cosmetics and perfumes) 44613............ Optical Goods

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5995 Optical Goods Stores.

Stores (except labs grinding prescription lenses) 446191........... Food (Health)

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5499 Miscellaneous Food Supplement Stores.

Stores (food supplements)

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446199........... All Other Health

N

$5.0

100

*5047 Medical, Dental, and Personal Care

and Hospital Stores.

Equipment and Supplies (sold via retail method) $5.0

*5999 Miscellaneous Retail Stores, NEC (hearing aids and artificial limbs)

Subsector 447 -- Gasoline Stations

44711............ Gasoline Stations

N

$20.0

$6.5

*5541 Gasoline Service with Convenience

Station (gasoline Stores.

station with convenience store) $20.0

*5411 Grocery Stores (convenience store with gas) 44719............ Other Gasoline

N

$6.5

$6.5

*5541 Gasoline Service Stations.

Station (gasoline station without convenience store)

Subsector 448 -- Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores

44811............ Men's Clothing

R

$6.5

$6.5

*5611 Men's and Boys' Stores.

Clothing and Accessory Stores (clothing stores) 44812............ Women's Clothing

E

$6.5

$6.5

5621 Women's Clothing Stores.

Stores 44813............ Children's and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5641 Children's and Infants' Clothing

Infants' Wear Stores.

Stores 44814............ Family Clothing

E

$6.5

$6.5

5651 Family Clothing Stores.

Stores 44815............ Clothing

N

$5.0

$6.5

*5611 Men's and Boys' Accessories

Clothing and Stores.

Accessory Stores (accessories) $5.0

*5632 Women's Accessory and Specialty Stores (accessories) $5.0

*5699 Miscellaneous Apparel and Accessory Stores (accessories) 44819............ Other Clothing

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5699 Miscellaneous Stores.

Apparel and Accessory Stores (miscellaneous apparel) $5.0

*5632 Women's Accessory and Specialty Stores (specialty stores) 44821............ Shoe Stores.......

E

$6.5

$6.5

5661 Shoe Stores 44831............ Jewelry Stores....

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5999 Miscellaneous Retailer, NEC (rough gems) $5.0

5944 Jewelry Stores 44832............ Luggage and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5948 Luggage and Leather Goods

Leather Goods Stores.

Stores

Subsector 451 -- Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book and Music Stores

45111............ Sporting Goods

R

$5.0 \9\ $5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Stores.

Related Services, NEC (bicycle sales locations providing supporting repair services as major source of receipts) $5.0

5941 Sporting Goods Stores and Bicycle Shops 45112............ Hobby, Toy and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5945 Hobby, Toy, and Game Stores.

Game Stores 45113............ Sewing, Needlework

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5714 Drapery, Curtain, and Piece Goods

and Upholstery Stores.

Stores (upholstery materials) $5.0

5949 Sewing, Needlework, and Piece Goods Stores 45114............ Musical Instrument

E

$5.0

$5.0

5736 Musical and Supplies

Instruments Stores.

Stores 451211........... Book Stores.......

E

$5.0

$5.0

5942 Book Stores 451212........... News Dealers and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5994 News Dealers and Newsstands.

Newsstands 45122............ Prerecorded Tape,

E

$5.0

$5.0

5735 Record and Compact Disc and

Prerecorded Tape Record Stores.

Stores

Subsector 452 -- General Merchandise Stores

45211............ Department Stores.

E

$20.0

$20.0

5311 Department Stores

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45291............ Warehouse Clubs

N

$20.0

$5.0

*5399 Miscellaneous and Superstores.

General Merchandise Stores (warehouse clubs and supermarket/ general merchandise combination) $20.0

*5411 Grocery Stores (grocery stores and supermarkets selling substantial amounts of nonfood items) 45299............ All Other General

R

$8.0

$5.0

*5399 Miscellaneous Merchandise

General Stores.

Merchandise Stores (except warehouse club and supermarket/ general merchandise combination) $8.0

5331 Variety Stores

Subsector 453 -- Miscellaneous Store Retailers

45311............ Florists..........

E

$5.0

$5.0

5992 Florists 45321............ Office Supplies

R

$5.0

100

*5049 Professional and Stationery

Equipment and Stores.

Supplies, NEC (school and church supplies sold via retail method) 100

*5112 Stationery and Office Supplies (sold via retail method) $5.0

5943 Stationery Stores 45322............ Gift, Novelty and

E

$5.0

$5.0

5947 Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Stores.

Souvenir Shops 45331............ Used Merchandise

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5932 Used Merchandise Stores.

Stores (except pawn shops) 45391............ Pet and Pet

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5999 Miscellaneous Supplies Stores.

Retail Stores, NEC (pet and pet supplies) 45392............ Art Dealers.......

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5999 Miscellaneous Retail Stores, NEC (art dealer) 45393............ Manufactured

E

$9.5

$9.5

5271 Mobile Home (Mobile) Home

Dealers Dealers. 453991........... Tobacco Stores....

E

$5.0

$5.0

5993 Tobacco Stores and Stands 453998........... All Other

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5999 Miscellaneous Miscellaneous

Retail Stores, Store Retailers

NEC (except art, (except Tobacco

pet and pet Stores).

supplies, hearing aids, artificial limbs, cosmetics, telephones, typewriters, personal appliances and rough gems) $5.0

*5261 Retail Nurseries, Lawn and Garden Supply Stores (cut Christmas trees)

Subsector 454 -- Nonstore Retailers

45411............ Electronic

E

$18.5

$18.5

5961 Catalog and Mail- Shopping and Mail-

Order Houses Order Houses. 45421............ Vending Machine

E

$5.0

$5.0

5962 Automatic Operators.

Merchandise Machine Operators 454311........... Heating Oil

R

$9.0

100

*5171 Petroleum Bulk Dealers.

Stations and Terminals (heating oil sold to final consumer) $9.0

5983 Fuel Oil Dealers 454312........... Liquefied

R

$5.0

100

*5171 Petroleum Bulk Petroleum Gas

Stations and (Bottled Gas)

Terminals (LP gas Dealers.

sold to final consumer) $5.0

5984 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Bottled Gas) Dealers 454319........... Other Fuel Dealers

E

$5.0

$5.0

5989 Fuel Dealers, NEC 45439............ Other Direct

R

$5.0

$5.0

*5421 Meat and Fish Selling

(Seafood) Establishments.

Markets, Including Freezer Provisioners (freezer provisioners) $5.0

*5963 Direct Selling Establishments (except mobile food services)

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Sectors 48-49 -- Transportation

Subsector 481 -- Air Transportation

481111........... Scheduled

N

1,500

1,500

*4512 Air Passenger Air

Transportation, Transportation.

Scheduled (passenger) 481112........... Scheduled Freight

N

1,500

1,500

*4512 Air Air

Transportation, Transportation.

Scheduled (freight) 481211........... Nonscheduled

N

1,500

1,500

*4522 Air Chartered

Transportation, Passenger Air

Nonscheduled Transportation.

(passenger) Offshore Marine

$20.5

$20.5

Offshore Marine Air

Air Transportation

Transportation Services.

Services 481212........... Nonscheduled

N

1,500

1,500

*4522 Air Chartered Freight

Transportation, Air

Nonscheduled Transportation.

(freight) Offshore Marine

$20.5

$20.5

Offshore Marine Air

Transportation Transportation

Services Services. 481219........... Other Nonscheduled

N

$5.0

Establishments Air

that use general Transportation.

purpose aircraft to provide a variety of specialized flying services, such as the following: $5.0

*0721 Crop Planting, Cultivating, and Protecting (crop dusting) \6\ $5.06

*7319 Advertising, NEC (aerial advertising) $5.0

*7335 Commercial Photography (aerial photography)

Subsector 482 -- Rail Transportation

482111........... Line-Haul

E

1,500

1,500

4011 Railroads, Line- Railroads.

Haul Operating 482112........... Short Line

N

500

500

*4013 Railroad Switching Railroads.

and Terminal Establishments (belt line and logging railroads)

Subsector 483 -- Water Transportation

483111........... Deep Sea Freight

E

500

500

4412 Deep Sea Foreign Transportation.

Transportation of Freight 483112........... Deep Sea Passenger

R

500

500

*4481 Deep Sea Transportation.

Transportation of Passengers, Except by Ferry (deep sea activities) 483113........... Coastal and Great

R

500

500

4424 Deep Sea Domestic Lakes Freight

Transportation of Transportation.

Freight 500

4432 Freight Transportation on the Great Lakes -- St. Lawrence Seaway $5.0

*4492 Towing and Tugboat Services (coastal barge operations) 483114........... Coastal and Great

R

500

500

*4481 Deep Sea Lakes Passenger

Transportation of Transportation.

Passengers, Except by Ferry (coastal activities) 500

500

*4482 Ferries (coastal and Great Lakes) 483211........... Inland Water

R

500

500

4449 Water Freight

Transportation of Transportation.

Freight, NEC $5.0

*4492 Towing and Tugboat Services (inland barge operations) 483212........... Inland Water

R

500

500

*4482 Ferries (inland) Passenger Transportation. 500

*4489 Water Transportation of Passengers, NEC (water taxi)

Subsector 484 -- Truck Transportation

48411............ General Freight

N

$18.5

$18.5

*4212 Local Trucking Trucking, Local.

without Storage (general freight) $18.5

*4214 Local Trucking with Storage (general freight)

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484121........... General Freight

N

$18.5

$18.5

*4213 Trucking, Except Trucking, Long-

Local (general Distance,

freight, Truckload.

truckload) 484122........... General Freight

N

$18.5

$18.5

*4213 Trucking, Except Trucking, Long-

Local (general Distance, Less

freight, less Than Truckload.

than truckload) 48421............ Used Household and

N

$18.5

$18.5

*4212 Local Trucking Office Goods

Without Storage Moving.

(household goods moving) $18.5

*4213 Trucking, Except Local (household goods moving) $18.5

*4214 Local Trucking With Storage (household goods moving) 48422............ Specialized

N

$18.5

$18.5

*4212 Local Trucking Freight (except

without Storage Used Goods)

(specialized Trucking, Local.

freight) $18.5

*4214 Local Trucking with Storage (specialized freight) 48423............ Specialized

N

$18.5

$18.5

*4213 Trucking, Except Freight (except

Local Used Goods)

(specialized Trucking, Long-

freight) Distance.

Subsector 485 -- Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation

485111........... Mixed Mode Transit

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4111 Local and Suburban Systems.

Transit (mixed mode) 485112........... Commuter Rail

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4111 Local and Suburban Systems.

Transit (commuter rail) 485113........... Bus and Motor

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4111 Local and Suburban Vehicle Transit

Transit (bus and Systems.

motor vehicle) 485119........... Other Urban

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4111 Local and Suburban Transit Systems.

Transit (other than mixed mode, commuter rail, and bus and motor vehicle) 48521............ Interurban and

E

$5.0

$5.0

4131 Intercity and Rural Bus

Rural Bus Transportation.

Transportation 48531............ Taxi Service......

E

$5.0

$5.0

4121 Taxicabs 48532............ Limousine Service.

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4119 Local Passenger Transportation, NEC (limousine rental with driver and automobile rental with driver) 48541............ School and

R

$5.0

$5.0

4151 School Buses Employee Bus Transportation. $5.0

*4119 Local Passenger Transportation, NEC (employee transportation) 48551............ Charter Bus

R

$5.0

$5.0

4141 Local Charter Bus Industry.

Service $5.0

4142 Bus Charter Services, Except Local 485991........... Special Needs

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4119 Local Passenger Transportation.

Transportation, NEC (special needs transportation) 485999........... All Other Transit

R

$5.0

$5.0

*4111 Local and Suburban and Ground

Transit (airport Passenger

transportation Transportation.

service) $5.0

*4119 Local Passenger Transportation, NEC (hearse rental with driver and carpool and vanpool operation)

Subsector 486 -- Pipeline Transportation

48611............ Pipeline

E

1,500

1,500

4612 Crude Petroleum Transportation of

Pipelines Crude Oil. 4862............. Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas 48621............ Pipeline

R

$5.0

$5.0

4922 Natural Gas Transportation of

Transmission Natural Gas. $5.0

*4923 Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution (transmission) 4869............. Other Pipeline Transportation 48691............ Pipeline

E

1,500

1,500

4613 Refined Petroleum Transportation of

Pipelines Refined. 48699............ All Other Pipeline

E

$25.0

$25.0

4619 Pipelines, NEC Transportation.

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Subsector 487 -- Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation

4871............. Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Land. 48711............ Scenic and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4119 Local Passenger Sightseeing

Transportation, Transportation,

NEC (sightseeing Land.

buses and cable and cog railways, except scenic) $5.0

*4789 Transportation Services, NEC (horse-drawn cabs and carriages) $5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (scenic transport operations, land) 4872............. Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Water 48721............ Scenic and

N

$5.0

500

*4489 Water Sightseeing

Transportation of Transportation,

Passengers, NEC Water.

(airboats, excursion boats, and sightseeing boats) $5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (charter fishing) 48799............ Scenic and

N

$5.0

1,500

*4522 Air Sightseeing

Transportation, Transportation,

Non-Scheduled Other.

(sightseeing planes) $5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (aerial tramways, scenic and amusement)

Subsector 488 -- Support Activities for Transportation

488111........... Air Traffic

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4581 Airports, Flying Control.

Fields, and Airport Terminal Services (private air traffic control) N/A

*9621 Regulation and Administration of Transportation Programs (government air traffic control) 488119........... Other Airport

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4581 Airports, Flying Operations.

Fields, and Airport Terminal Services (airfreight handling at airports, hangar operations, airport terminal services, aircraft storage, airports, and flying fields) $5.0

*4959 Sanitary Services, NEC (vacuuming of runways) 48819............ Other Support

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4581 Airports, Flying Activities for

Fields, and Air

Airport Terminal Transportation.

Services (aircraft servicing and repairing) 48821............ Support Activities

R

$5.0

500

*4013 Railroad Switching for Rail

and Terminal Transportation.

Establishments (all but short line railroads) $5.0

*4741 Rental of Railroad Cars (grain leveling in railroad cars, grain trimming for railroad equipment, precooling of fruits and vegetables in connection with transportation, and railroad car cleaning, icing, ventilating, and heating) $5.0

*4789 Transportation Services, NEC (car loading and unloading; cleaning of railroad ballasts; dining, parlor, sleeping, and other car operations; and railroad maintenance) 48831............ Port and Harbor

N

$18.5

$18.5

*4491 Marine Cargo Operations.

Handling (dock and pier operations)

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$5.0

*4499 Water Transportation Services, NEC (lighthouse operations) 48832............ Marine Cargo

R

$18.5

$18.5

*4491 Marine Cargo Handling.

Handling (all but dock and pier operations) 48833............ Navigational

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4492 Towing and Tugboat Services to

Services (all but Shipping.

barge operations) $5.0

*4499 Water Transportation Services, NEC (piloting vessels in and out of harbors and marine salvage) 48839............ Other Support

R

$5.0

$5.0

*4499 Water Activities for

Transportation Water

Services, NEC Transportation.

(all but lighthouse operations, piloting vessels in and out of harbors, boat and ship rental, and marine salvage) $5.0

*4785 Fixed Facilities and Inspection and Weighing Services for Motor Vehicle Transportation (marine cargo checkers) \9\ $5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Related Services, NEC (ship scaling) 48841............ Motor Vehicle

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7549 Automotive Towing.

Services, Except Repair and Carwashes (towing) 48849............ Other Support

R

$5.0

$5.0

4173 Terminal and Activities for

Service Road

Facilities for Transportation.

Motor Vehicle Passenger Transportation $5.0

4231 Terminal and Joint Terminal Maintenance Facilities for Motor Freight Transportation $5.0

*4785 Fixed Facilities and Inspection and Weighing Services for Motor Vehicle Transportation (all but marine cargo checkers) 48851............ Freight

R

$18.5

$18.5

*4731 Arrangement of Transportation

Transportation of Arrangement.

Freight and Cargo (except freight rate auditors and tariff consultants) 488991........... Packing and

E

$18.5

$18.5

4783 Packing and Crating.

Crating 488999........... All Other Support

R

$5.0

$5.0

*4729 Arrangement of Activities for

Passenger Transportation.

Transportation, NEC (arrangement of carpools and vanpools) $5.0

*4789 Transportation Services, NEC (pipeline terminals and stockyards for transportation)

Subsector 491 -- Postal Service

49111............ Postal Service....

R

$5.0

N/A

4311 United States Postal Service $5.0

*7398 Business Services, NEC (post office contract stations)

Subsector 492 -- Couriers and Messengers

49211............ Couriers..........

R

1,500

$18.5

*4215 Courier Services, Except by Air (hub and spoke intercity delivery) 1,500

4513 Air Courier Services 4922............. Local Messengers and Local Delivery 49221............ Local Messengers

N

$18.5

$18.5

*4215 Courier Services, and Local

Except by Air Delivery.

(local delivery)

Subsector 493 -- Warehousing and Storage

49311............ General

R

$18.5

$18.5

*4225 General Warehousing and

Warehousing and Storage.

Storage (all but self-storage miniware- house warehousing)

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$18.5

*4226 Special Warehousing and Storage, NEC (warehousing in foreign trade zones) 49312............ Refrigerated

R

$18.5

$18.5

4222 Refrigerated Warehousing and

Warehousing and Storage.

Storage $18.5

*4226 Special Warehousing and Storage, NEC (fur storage) 49313............ Farm Product

E

$18.5

$18.5

4221 Farm Product Warehousing and

Warehousing and Storage.

Storage 49319............ Other Warehousing

R

$18.5

$18.5

*4226 Special and Storage.

Warehousing and Storage, NEC (all but fur storage and warehousing in foreign trade zones)

Sector 51 -- Information

Subsector 511 -- Publishing Industries

51111............ Newspaper

E

500

500

2711 Newspapers: Publishers.

Publishing or Publishing and Printing 51112............ Periodical

E

500

500

2721 Periodicals: Publishers.

Publishing or Publishing and Printing 51113............ Book Publishers...

R

500

500

*2731 Books: Publishing or Publishing and Printing (except music books) 51114............ Database and

N

500

500

*2741 Miscellaneous Directory

Publishing Publishers.

(database publishers) 511191........... Greeting Card

R

500

500

*2771 Greeting Cards Publishers.

(publishing greeting cards) 511199........... All Other

R

500

500

*2741 Miscellaneous Publishers.

Publishing (except database and sheet music publishing) 51121............ Software

R

$18.0

$18.0

*7372 Prepackaged Publishers.

Software (software publishing)

Subsector 512 -- Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries

51211............ Motion Picture and

E

$21.5

$21.5

7812 Motion Picture and Video Production.

Video Tape Production 51212............ Motion Picture and

R

$21.5

$21.5

*7822 Motion Picture and Video

Video Tape Distribution.

Distribution (except video tape and cassette wholesalers) $5.0

*7829 Services Allied to Motion Picture Distribution (film libraries) 512131........... Motion Picture

E

$5.0

$5.0

7832 Motion Picture Theaters (except

Theaters, Except Drive-Ins).

Drive-In 512132........... Drive-In Motion

E

$5.0

$5.0

7833 Drive-In Motion Picture Theaters.

Picture Theaters 512191........... Teleproduction and

N

$21.5

$21.5

*7819 Services Allied to Other Post-

Motion Picture Production

Production Services.

(teleproduction and post- production services) 512199........... Other Motion

N

$5.0

$21.5

*7819 Services Allied to Picture and Video

Motion Picture Industries.

Production (except casting bureaus, wardrobe and equipment rental, talent payment services, teleproduction and other post- production services, reproduction of videos, and film distributors and other related motion picture production services) $5.0

*7829 Services Allied to Motion Picture Distribution (except film libraries) 51221............ Record Production.

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8999 Services, NEC (record production) 51222............ Integrated Record

N

750

750

*3652 Phonograph Records Production/

and Prerecorded Distribution.

Audio Tapes and Disks (integrated record companies, except duplication only)

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51223............ Music Publishers..

N

500

500

*2731 Books: Publishing or Publishing and Printing (music books) 500

*2741 Miscellaneous Publishing (sheet music publishing) $5.0

*8999 Services, NEC (music publishing) 51224............ Sound Recording

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Studios.

NEC (recording studios) 51229............ Other Sound

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Recording

NEC (audio taping Industries.

services) $5.0

*7922 Theatrical Producers (Except Motion Picture) and Miscellaneous Theatrical Services (producers of radio programs)

Subsector 513 -- Broadcasting and Telecommunications

513111........... Radio Networks....

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4832 Radio Broadcasting Stations (networks) 513112........... Radio Stations....

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4832 Radio Broadcasting Stations (except networks) 51312............ Television

N

$10.5

$10.5

4833 Television Broadcasting.

Broadcasting Stations 51321............ Cable Networks....

N

$11.0

$11.0

*4841 Cable and Other Pay Television Services (cable networks) 51322............ Cable and Other

N

$11.0

$11.0

*4841 Cable and Other Program

Pay Television Distribution.

Services (except cable networks) 51331............ Wired

N

1,500

1,500

*4813 Telephone Telecommunication

Communications, s Carriers.

Except Radiotelephone (except resellers) $5.0

4822 Telegraph and Other Message Communications 513321........... Paging............

N

1,500

1,500

*4812 Radiotelephone Communications (paging carriers) 513322........... Cellular and Other

N

1,500

1,500

*4812 Radiotelephone Wireless

Communications Telecommunication

(cellular s.

carriers) $11.0

*4899 Communications Services, NEC (radio dispatch) 51333............ Telecommunications

N

1,500

1,500

*4812 Radio Resellers.

Communications (paging and cellular resellers) 1,500

*4813 Telephone Communications, Except Radiotelephone (resellers) 51334............ Satellite

N

$11.0

$11.0

*4899 Communications Telecommunication

Services, NEC s.

(satellite communications) 51339............ Other

N

$11.0

$11.0

*4899 Communications Telecommunication

Services, NEC s.

(except radio dispatch, satellite communications)

Subsector 514 -- Information Services and Data Processing Services

51411............ News Syndicates...

E

$5.0

$5.0

7383 News Syndicates 51412............ Libraries and

E

$5.0

$5.0

8231 Libraries Archives. 514191........... On-Line

E

$18.0

$18.0

7375 Information Information

Retrieval Services.

Services 514199........... All Other

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8999 Services, NEC Information

(miscellaneous Services.

information providers) 51421............ Data Processing

E

$18.0

$18.0

7374 Computer Services.

Processing and Data Preparation and Processing Services

Sector 52 -- Finance and Insurance

Subsector 522 -- Credit Intermediation and Related Activities

52211............ Commercial Banking

R $100 mil in $100 mil in

*6021 National assets \8\ assets \7\

Commercial Banks (banking) $100 mil in

*6022 State Commercial assets \7\

Banks (banking)

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$100 mil in

6029 Commercial Banks, assets \7\

NEC $100 mil in

*6081 Branches and assets \7\

Agencies of Foreign Banks (banking) 52212............ Savings

R $100 mil in $100 mil in

6035 Savings Institutions.

assets \8\ assets \7\

Institutions, Federally Chartered $100 mil in

6036 Savings assets \7\

Institutions, Not Federally Chartered 52213............ Credit Unions.....

R $100 mil in $100 mil in

6061 Credit Unions, assets \8\ assets \7\

Federally Chartered $100 mil in

6062 Credit Unions, Not assets \7\

Federally Chartered 52219............ Other Depository

N $100 mil in $100 mil in

*6022 State Commercial Credit

assets \8\ assets \7\

Banks (private Intermediation.

and industrial banking) 5222............. Non-Depository Credit Intermediation 52221............ Credit Card

N $100 mil in $100 mil in

*6021 National Issuing.

assets \8\ assets \7\

Commercial Banks (credit card issuing) $100 mil in

*6022 State Commercial assets \7\

Banks (credit card issuing) $5.0

*6141 Personal Credit Institutions (credit card issuing) 52222............ Sales Financing...

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6141 Personal Credit Institutions (installment sales finance) $5.0

*6153 Short-Term Business Credit Institutions, Except Agricultural (business sales finance). $5.0

*6159 Miscellaneous Business Credit Institutions (finance leasing) 522291........... Consumer Lending..

R

$5.0

$5.0

*6141 Personal Credit Institutions (except installment sales finance and credit card issuing) 522292........... Real Estate Credit

R

$5.0

$5.0

*6162 Mortgage Bankers and Loan Correspondents (mortgage bankers and originators) 522293........... International

N $100 mil in $100 mil in

*6081 Branches and Trade Financing.

assets \8\ assets \7\

Agencies of Foreign Banks (international trade financing) $100 mil in

6082 Foreign Trade and assets \7\

International Banking Institutions N/A

*6111 Federal and Federally- Sponsored Credit Agencies (trade banks) $5.0

*6159 Miscellaneous Business Credit Institutions (trade banks) 522294........... Secondary Market

N

$5.0

N/A

*6111 Federal and Financing.

Federally Sponsored Credit Agencies (except trade banks) $5.0

*6159 Miscellaneous Business Credit Institutions (secondary market financing) 522298........... All Other Non-

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5932 Used Merchandise Depository Credit

Stores Intermediation.

(pawnshops) $100 mil in

*6081 Branches and assets \7\

Agencies of Foreign Banks (agencies) N/A

*6111 Federal and Federally- Sponsored Credit Agencies (except trade banks and secondary market financing) $5.0

*6153 Short-Term Business Credit Institutions, Except Agricultural (except credit card service and business sales finance) $5.0

*6159 Miscellaneous Business Credit Institutions (except trade banks and finance leasing)

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52231............ Mortgage and

E

$5.0

$5.0

6163 Loan Brokers Nonmortgage Loan Brokers. 52232............ Financial

N

$5.0

N/A

6019 Central Reserve Transactions

Depository Processing,

Institutions, NEC Reserve, and Clearing House Activities. $5.0

*6099 Functions Related to Depository Banking, NEC (electronic funds transfer networks and clearing house associations) $5.0

*6153 Short-Term Business Credit Institutions, Except Agricultural (credit card service) $5.0

*7389 Business Services, NEC (credit card service) 52239............ Other Activities

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6099 Functions Related Related to Credit

to Depository Intermediation.

Banking, NEC (except money orders, electronic funds transfer networks and clearing houses, foreign currency exchanges, escrow and fiduciary agencies and deposit brokers) $5.0

*6162 Mortgage Bankers and Loan Correspondents (mortgage servicing)

Subsector 523 -- Financial Investments and Related Activities

52311............ Investment Banking

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6211 Security Brokers, and Securities

Dealers, and Dealing.

Flotation Companies (securities dealers and underwriters) 52312............ Securities

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6211 Security Brokers, Brokerage.

Dealers, and Flotation Companies (security brokers) 52313............ Commodity

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6099 Functions Related Contracts Dealing.

to depository Banking, NEC (foreign currency exchange) $5.0

*6799 Investors, NEC (commodity contract trading companies) $5.0

*6221 Commodity Contracts Brokers and Dealers (commodity dealers) 52314............ Commodity

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6221 Commodity Contracts

Contracts Brokers Brokerage.

and Dealers (commodity brokers) 52321............ Securities and

E

$5.0

$5.0

6231 Security and Commodity

Commodity Exchanges.

Exchanges 52391............ Miscellaneous

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6211 Securities Intermediation.

Brokers, Dealers and Flotation Companies (except securities and commodity dealers) $5.0

*6799 Investors, NEC (venture capital companies) 52392............ Portfolio

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6282 Investment Advice Management.

(portfolio managers) $5.0

*6371 Pension, Health, and Welfare Funds (managers) $5.0

*6733 Trust, Except Educational, Religious, and Charitable (managers) $5.0

*6799 Investors, NEC (pool operators) 52393............ Investment Advice.

R

$5.0

$5.0

*6282 Investment Advice (except portfolio managers) 523991........... Trust, Fiduciary

N

$5.0 $100 mil in

*6021 National and Custody

assets \7\

Commercial Banks Activities.

(trust services) $100 mil in

*6022 State Commercial assets \7\

Banks (trust services) $5.0

6091 Nondeposit Trust Facilities

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$5.0

*6099 Functions Related to Depository Banking, NEC (escrow and fiduciary agencies) $5.0

*6289 Services Allied With the Exchange of Securities or Commodities, NEC (securities custodians) $5.0

*6733 Trusts, Except Educational, Religious, and Charitable (administrators of private estates) 523999........... Miscellaneous

R

$5.0

$5.0

*6099 Functions Related Financial

to Depository Investment

Banking, NEC Activities.

(deposit brokers) $5.0

*6211 Security Brokers, Dealers, and Flotation Companies (other except security and commodity) $5.0

*6289 Services Allied With the Exchange of Securities or Commodities, NEC (except security custodians) $5.0

*6799 Investors, NEC (except pool operators and venture capital companies) $5.0

*6792 Oil Royalty Traders (investors on own account)

Subsector 524 -- Insurance Carriers and Related Activities

52411............ Direct Life, Health and Medical Insurance Carriers 524113........... Direct Life

R

$5.0

$5.0

*6311 Life Insurance Insurance

(life insurers- Carriers.

direct) 524114........... Direct Health and

R

$5.0

$5.0

*6324 Hospital and Medical Insurance

Medical Service Carriers.

Plans (health and medical insurers- direct) $5.0

*6321 Accident and Health Insurance (health and medical insurers- direct) 524126........... Direct Property

R

1,500

1,500

*6331 Fire, Marine, and and Casualty

Casualty Insurance

Insurance (fire, Carriers.

marine, and casualty insurers- direct) $5.0

*6351 Surety Insurance (financial responsibility insurers-direct) 524127........... Direct Title

R

$5.0

$5.0

*6361 Title Insurance Insurance

(title insurers- Carriers.

direct) 524128........... Other Direct

E

$5.0

$5.0

6399 Insurance Insurance (except

Carriers, NEC Life, Health and Medical) Carriers. 52413............ Reinsurance

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6311 Life Insurance Carriers.

(reinsurers) $5.0

*6321 Accident and Health Insurance (reinsurers) $5.0

*6324 Hospital and Medical Service Plans (reinsurers) 1,500

*6331 Fire, Marine, and Casualty Insurance (reinsurers) $5.0

*6351 Surety Insurance (reinsurers) $5.0

*6361 Title Insurance (reinsurers) 52421............ Insurance Agencies

R

$5.0

$5.0

*6411 Insurance Agents, and Broker- ages.

Brokers and Service (insurance agents and brokers) 524291........... Claims Adjusting..

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6411 Insurance Agents, Brokers and Service (insurance claims adjusters) 524292........... Third Party

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6371 Pension, Health, Administration of

and Welfare Funds Insurance and

(administrators) Pension Funds. $5.0

*6411 Insurance Agents, Brokers and Service (processors)

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524298........... All Other

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6411 Insurance Agents, Insurance Related

Brokers and Activities.

Service (except processors, agents and brokers, and claims adjusters)

Subsector 525 -- Funds, Trusts and Other Financial Vehicles

52511............ Pension Funds.....

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6371 Pension, Health, and Welfare Funds (pension funds) 52512............ Health and Welfare

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6371 Pension, Health, Funds.

and Welfare Funds (health and welfare funds) 52519............ Other Insurance

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6321 Accident and Funds.

Health Insurance (self insurers) $5.0

*6324 Hospital and Medical Service Plans (self insurers) 1,500

*6331 Fire, Marine, and Casualty Insurance (self insurers) $5.0

*6733 Trusts, Except Educational, Religious, and Charitable (vacation funds for employees) 52591............ Open-End

E

$5.0

$5.0

6722 Management Investment Funds.

Investment Offices, Open-End 52592............ Trusts, Estates,

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6733 Trusts, Except and Agency

Educational, Accounts.

Religious, and Charitable (personal trusts, estates, and agency accounts) 52593............ Real Estate

E

$5.0

$5.0

6798 Real Estate Investment Trusts.

Investment Trusts 52599............ Other Financial

E

$5.0

$5.0

6726 Unit Investment Vehicles.

Trusts, Face- Amount Certificate Offices, and Closed-End Management Investment Offices

Sector 53 -- Real Estate and Rental and Leasing

Subsector 531 -- Real Estate

53111............ Lessors of

R

$5.0

$5.0

6513 Operators of Residential

Apartment Buildings and

Buildings Dwellings. $5.0

6514 Operators of Dwellings Other Than Apartment Buildings 53112............ Lessors of

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6512 Operators of Nonresidential

Nonresidential Buildings (except

Buildings (other Miniwarehouses).

except stadium and arena owners) 53113............ Lessors of

E

$18.5

$18.5

*4225 General Miniwarehouses

Warehousing and and Self Storage

Storage Units.

(miniwarehouses and self-storage units) 53119............ Lessors of Other

R

$5.0

$5.0

6515 Operators of Real Estate

Residential Property.

Mobile Home Sites Except Leasing of

\9\ $15.0 \8\ $15.0

Except Leasing of Building Space to

Building Space to Federal

Federal Government by

Government by Owners.

Owners $5.0

6517 Lessors of Railroad Property $5.0

6519 Lessors of Real Property, NEC 53121............ Offices of Real

N \10\ $1.5 \6\ $1.5

*6531 Real Estate Agents Estate Agents and

Managers (agents Brokers.

and brokers) 531311........... Residential

N

$1.5 \6\ $1.5

*6531 Real Estate Agents Property Managers.

and Managers (managers- residential, real estate) 531312........... Nonresidential

N

$1.5 \6\ $1.5

*6531 Real Estate Agents Property Managers.

and Managers (managers- nonresidential, real estate) 53132............ Offices of Real

N

$1.5 \6\ $1.5

*6531 Real Estate Agents Estate Appraisers.

and Managers (appraisers)

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53139............ Other Activities

N

$1.5 \6\ $1.5

*6531 Real Estate Agents Related to Real

and Managers Estate.

(except real estate managers, condominium management, cemetery management, agents and brokers, and appraisers)

Subsector 532 -- Rental and Leasing Services

532111........... Passenger Car

E

$18.5

$18.5

7514 Passenger Car Rental.

Rental 532112........... Passenger Car

E

$18.5

$18.5

7515 Passenger Car Leasing.

Leasing 53212............ Truck, Utility

N

$18.5

$18.5

7513 Truck Rental and Trailer, and RV

Leasing Without (Recreational

Drivers Vehicle) Rental and Leasing. $5.0

7519 Utility Trailers and Recreational Vehicle Rental 53221............ Consumer

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7359 Equipment Rental Electronics and

and Leasing, NEC Appliances Rental.

(appliances, TV, VCR, and electronic equipment rental) 53222............ Formal Wear and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7299 Miscellaneous Costume Rental.

Personal Services, NEC (formal wear and costume rental) $21.5

*7819 Services Allied to Motion Picture Production (wardrobe rental for motion picture film production) 53223............ Video Tape and

E

$5.0

$5.0

7841 Video Tape Rental Disc Rental. 532291........... Home Health

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7352 Medical Equipment Equipment Rental.

Rental and Leasing (home health furniture and equipment rental and leasing) 532292........... Recreational Goods

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7999 Amusement and Rental.

Recreation Services, NEC (canoe, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles, moped, go carts, etc. rental) 532299........... All Other Consumer

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7359 Equipment Rental Goods Rental.

and Leasing, NEC (except transportation equipment, industrial equipment, and consumer electronics, appliances and home and garden equipment) 53231............ General Rental

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7359 Equipment Rental Centers.

and Leasing, NEC (general rental centers) 532411........... Commercial Air,

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4499 Water Rail, and Water

Transportation Transportation

Services, NEC Equipment Rental

(boat and ship and Leasing.

rental, commercial) $5.0

*4741 Rental of Railroad Cars (rental of railroad cars) $5.0

*7359 Equipment Rental and Leasing, NEC (airplane rental and leasing) 532412........... Construction,

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7353 Heavy Construction Mining and

Equipment Rental Forestry

and Leasing Machinery and

(without Equipment Rental

operators) and Leasing. $5.0

*7359 Equipment Rental and Leasing, NEC (oil field and well drilling equipment) 53242............ Office Machinery

N

$18.0

$5.0

*7359 Equipment Rental and Equipment

and Leasing Rental and

(office machine Leasing.

rental and leasing) $18.0

7377 Computer Rental and Leasing 53249............ Other Commercial

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7352 Medical Equipment and Industrial

Rental and Machinery and

Leasing (medical Equipment Rental

machinery and and Leasing.

equipment) $5.0

*7359 Equipment Rental and Leasing, NEC (industrial truck and equipment rental and leasing)

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$21.5

*7819 Services Allied to Motion Picture Production (motion picture equipment rental) $5.0

*7922 Theatrical Producers (Except Motion Picture) and Miscellaneous Theatrical Services (theatrical equipment rental)

Subsector 533 -- Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets (except Copyrighted Works)

53311............ Lessors of

R

$5.0

$5.0

*6792 Oil Royalty Nonfinancial

Traders (except Intangible Assets

investors on own (except

account) Copyrighted Works). $5.0

6794 Patent Owners and Lessors

Sector 54 -- Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

Subsector 541 -- Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

54111............ Offices of Lawyers

E

$5.0

$5.0

8111 Legal Services 541191........... Title Abstract and

E

$5.0

$5.0

6541 Title Abstract Settlement

Offices Offices. 541199........... All Other Legal

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Services.

NEC (process services, patent agents, notaries public, paralegal services) 541211........... Offices of

N

$6.0

$6.0

*8721 Accounting, Certified Public

Auditing, and Accountants.

Bookkeeping Services (auditing accountants) 541213........... Tax Preparation

E

$5.0

$5.0

7291 Tax Return Services.

Preparation Services 541214........... Payroll Services..

N

$6.0

$21.5

*7819 Services Allied to Motion Picture Production (talent payment services) $6.0

*8721 Accounting, Auditing, and Bookkeeping Services (payroll services) 541219........... Other Accounting

N

$6.0

$6.0

*8721 Accounting, Services.

Auditing, and Bookkeeping Services (other accounting services) 54131............ Architectural

E

$4.0

$4.0

8712 Architectural Services.

Services 54132............ Landscape

R

$5.0

$5.0

*0781 Landscape Architectural

Counseling and Services.

Planning (except horticultural consulting) 54133............ Engineering

E

$4.0

$4.0

8711 Engineering Services.

Services Except Military

$20.0

$20.0

Except Military and Aerospace

and Aerospace Equipment and

Equipment and Military Weapons.

Military Weapons Except Contracts

$20.0

$20.0

Except Contracts and Subcontracts

and Subcontracts for Engineering

for Engineering Services Awarded

Services Awarded Under the

Under the National Energy

National Energy Policy Act of

Policy Act of 1992.

1992 Except Marine

$13.5

$13.5

Except Marine Engineering and

Engineering and Naval

Naval Architecture.

Architecture 54134............ Drafting Services.

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, NEC (drafting service) Except, Map

$4.0

$4.0

Except, Map Drafting.

Drafting Services 54135............ Building

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Inspection

NEC (home and Services.

building inspection services) 54136............ Geophysical

N

$4.0

$4.0

*8713 Surveying Services Surveying and

(geophysical Mapping Services.

surveying) $5.0

*1081 Metal Mining Services (geophysical surveying) $5.0

*1382 Oil and Gas Field Exploration Services (geophysical surveying and mapping)

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$5.0

*1481 Nonmetallic Minerals Services, Except Fuels (geophysical surveying) 54137............ Surveying and

N

$4.0

$4.0

*7389 Business Services, Mapping (except

NEC (map making, Geophysical)

and aerial and Services.

photogrammetric mapping services) $4.0

*8713 Surveying Services (except geophysical surveying) 54138............ Testing

R

$5.0

$5.0

*8734 Testing Laboratories.

Laboratories (except veterinary testing laboratories) 54141............ Interior Design

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Services.

NEC (interior design) 54142............ Industrial Design

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Services.

NEC (industrial design) 54143............ Graphic Design

R

$5.0

$5.0

7336 Commercial Art and Services.

Graphic Design $5.0

*8099 Health and Allied Services, NEC (medical artists) 54149............ Other Specialized

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Design Services.

NEC (fashion, furniture, and other design services) 541511........... Custom Computer

E

$18.0

$18.0

7371 Computer Programming

Programming Services.

Services 541512........... Computer Systems

N

$18.0

$18.0

7373 Computer Design Services.

Integrated Systems Design $18.0

*7379 Computer Related Services, NEC (computer systems consultants) 541513........... Computer

E

$18.0

$18.0

7376 Computer Facilities

Facilities Management

Management Services.

Services 541519........... Other Computer

R

$18.0

$18.0

*7379 Computer Related Related Services.

Services, NEC (except computer systems consultants) 541611........... Administrative

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8742 Management Management and

Consulting General

Services Management

(administrative Consulting

management and Services.

general management consulting) 541612........... Human Resources

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8742 Management and Executive

Consulting Search Consulting

Services (human Services.

resources and personnel management consulting) $5.0

*7361 Employment Agencies (executive placement services) $5.0

*8999 Services, NEC (actuarial consulting) 541613........... Marketing

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8742 Management Consulting

Consulting Services.

Services (marketing consulting) 541614........... Process, Physical

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8742 Management Distribution and

Consulting Logistics

Services Consulting

(manufacturing Services.

management, physical distribution, and site location consulting) 541618........... Other Management

N

$5.0

$18.5

*4731 Arrangement of Consulting

Transportation of Services.

Freight and Cargo (freight rate- auditors and tariff consulting) $5.0

*8748 Business Consulting Services, NEC (safety consulting) 54162............ Environmental

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8999 Services, NEC Consulting

(environmental Services.

consultants) 54169............ Other Scientific

N

$5.0

$5.0

*0781 Landscape and Technical

Counseling and Consulting

Planning Services.

(horticulture consulting) $5.0

$5.0

*8748 Business Consulting Services, NEC (agriculture, economic, radio, and traffic consultants) $5.0

$5.0

*8999 Services, NEC (nuclear consultants, geologists, and physicists) 54171............ Research and

N \11\ 500 \10\ 500 *8731-- Commercial Development in

Physical and the Physical,

Biological Engineering, and

Research Life Sciences.

(physical and engineering sciences) Except:

Except:

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Aircraft..........

1,500

1,500

Aircraft Aircraft Parts,

1,000

1,000

Aircraft Parts, and Auxiliary

and Auxiliary Equipment, and

Equipment, and Aircraft Engine

Aircraft Engine Parts.

Parts Space Vehicles and

1,000

1,000

Space Vehicles and Guided Missiles,

Guided Missiles, their Propulsion

their Propulsion Units, their

Units, their Propulsion Units

Propulsion Units Parts, and their

Parts, and their Auxiliary

Auxiliary Equipment and

Equipment and Parts.

Parts $5.0

*8733 Noncommercial Research Organizations (physical and engineering services) 54172............ Research and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8732 Commercial Development in

Economic, the Social

Sociological, and Sciences and

Educational Humanities.

Research (social sciences and humanities) $5.0

*8733 Noncommercial Research Organizations (social sciences and humanities) 54181............ Advertising

E \10\ $5.0 \6\ $5.0

7311 Advertising Agencies.

Agencies 54182............ Public Relations

E

$5.0

$5.0

8743 Public Relations Agencies.

Services 54183............ Media Buying

N

$5.0 \6\ $5.0

*7319 Advertising, NEC Agencies.

(media buying services) 54184............ Media

E

$5.0 \6\ $5.0

7313 Radio, Television, Representatives.

and Publishers' Advertising Representatives 54185............ Display

N

$5.0 \6\ $5.0

7312 Outdoor Advertising.

Advertising Services \6\ $5.0

*7319 Advertising, NEC (display advertising, except outdoor) 54186............ Direct Mail

E

$5.0

$5.0

7331 Direct Mail Advertising.

Advertising Services 54187............ Advertising

N

$5.0 \6\ $5.0

*7319 Advertising, NEC Material

(advertising Distribution

materials Services.

distributor) 54189............ Other Services

N

$5.0 \6\ $5.0

*7319 Advertising, NEC Related to

(except media Advertising.

buying, display advertising, except outdoor; and advertising material distributors) 100

*5199 Nondurable Goods, NEC (advertising specialties goods distributors) $5.0

*7389 Business Services, NEC (sign painting and other advertising related business services) 54191............ Marketing Research

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8732 Commercial and Public

Economic, Opinion Polling.

Sociological, and Educational Research (market research and opinion research) 541921........... Photography

E

$5.0

$5.0

7221 Photographic Studios, Portrait.

Studios, Portrait 541922........... Commercial

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7335 Commercial Photography.

Photography (except when combined with a variety of aircraft based services) $5.0

*8099 Health and Allied Services, NEC (medical photography) 54193............ Translation and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Interpretation

NEC (translation Services.

and interpretation services) 54194............ Veterinary

R

$5.0

$5.0

0741 Veterinary Services.

Services for Livestock $5.0

0742 Veterinary Services for Animal Specialties $5.0

*8734 Testing Laboratories (veterinary testing laboratories) 54199............ All Other

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services Professional,

(appraisers, Scientific and

except insurance Technical

and real estate, Services.

and miscellaneous professional, scientific, and technical services)

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Sector 55 -- Management of Companies and Enterprises

Subsector 551 -- Management of Companies and Enterprises

551111........... Offices of Bank

E

$5.0

$5.0

6712 Offices of Bank Holding Companies.

Holding Companies 551112........... Offices of Other

E

$5.0

$5.0

6719 Offices of Holding Holding Companies.

Companies, NEC

Sector 56 -- Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services

Subsector 561 -- Administrative and Support Services

56111............ Office

R

$5.0 \6\ $5.0

*8741 Management Administrative

Services (except Services.

construction management) 56121............ Facilities Support

E \12\ $5.0 \11\ $5.0

8744 Facilities Support Services.

Management Services Except Base

\13\ $20.0 \12\ $20.0

Base Maintenance Maintenance. 56131............ Employment

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7361 Employment Placement

Agencies (except Agencies.

executive placing services) $21.5

*7819 Services Allied to Motion Pictures Production (casting bureaus) $5.0

*7922 Theatrical Producers and Miscellaneous Theatrical Services (casting agencies) 56132............ Temporary Help

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7363 Help Supply Services.

Services (except employee leasing service) 56133............ Employee Leasing

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7363 Help Supply Services.

Services (except temporary help service) 56141............ Document

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7338 Secretarial and Preparation

Court Reporting Services.

(except court reporting) 561421........... Telephone

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Answering

NEC (telephone Services.

answering) 561422........... Telemarketing

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Bureaus.

NEC (telemarketing bureaus and telephone soliciting) 561431........... Private Mail

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Centers.

NEC (private mail centers and mail box rental) 561439........... Other Business

R

$5.0

$5.0

7334 Photocopying and Service Centers

Duplicating (including Copy

Services Shops). $5.0

*7389 Business Services, NEC (business service centers, except private mail centers and mail box rental) 56144............ Collection

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7322 Adjustment and Agencies.

Collection Services (except adjustment bureaus) 56145............ Credit Bureaus....

E

$5.0

$5.0

7323 Credit Reporting Services 561491........... Repossession

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7322 Adjustment and Services.

Collection (adjustment bureaus) $5.0

*7389 Business Services, NEC (recovery and repossession services) 561492........... Court Reporting

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7338 Secretarial and and Stenotype

Court Reporting Services.

(except secretarial) 561499........... All Other Business

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Support Services.

NEC (business support services except telephone answering, telemarketing bureaus, private mail centers and repossession services) 56151............ Travel Agencies...

E \10\ $1.0 \6\ $1.0

4724 Travel Agencies 56152............ Tour Operators....

E

$5.0

$5.0

4725 Tour Operators 561591........... Convention and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Visitors Bureaus.

NEC (convention and visitors bureaus, tourist information bureaus)

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561599........... All Other Travel

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4729 Arrangement of Arrangement and

Passenger Reservation

Transportation, Services.

NEC (except arrangement of vanpools and carpools) $5.0

*7389 Business Services, NEC (reservation systems: hotel & restaurants) $5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (ticket agencies) $5.0

*8699 Membership Organizations, NEC (motor clubs) 561611........... Investigation

N

$9.0

$9.0

*7381 Detective, Guard, Services.

and Armored Car Services (detective services) 561612........... Security Guards

N

$9.0

$9.0

*7381 Detective, Guard, and Patrol

and Armored Car Services.

Services (guard services) 561613........... Armored Car

N

$9.0

$9.0

*7381 Detective, Guard, Services.

and Armored Car Services (armored car services) 561621........... Security Systems

R

$9.0

$9.0

7382 Security Systems Services (except

Services Locksmiths). $7.0

*1731 Electrical Work (burglar and fire alarm installation) 561622........... Locksmiths........

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Related Services, NEC (locksmith shops) 56171............ Exterminating and

R

$5.0

$5.0

*4959 Sanitary Services, Pest Control

NEC (mosquito Services.

eradication) $5.0

*7342 Disinfecting and Pest Control Services (exterminating and pest control) 56172............ Janitorial

R

$12.0

$5.0

*7342 Disinfecting and Services.

Pest Control Services (except exterminating) $12.0

7349 Building Cleaning and Maintenance Services, NEC $5.0

*4581 Airports, Flying Fields, and Airport Terminal Services (airplane cleaning and janitorial services) 56173............ Landscaping

R

$5.0

$5.0

0782 Lawn and Garden Services.

Services $5.0

0783 Ornamental Shrub and Tree Services 56174............ Carpet and

E

$3.5

$3.5

7217 Carpet and Upholstery

Upholstery Cleaning Services.

Cleaning 56179............ Other Services to

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Buildings and

NEC (swimming Dwellings.

pool cleaning and maintenance) $5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Related Services, NEC (furnace, duct, chimney, gutter, and drain cleaning services) 56191............ Packaging and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Labeling Services.

NEC (packaging and labeling services) 56192............ Convention and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Trade Show

NEC (convention Organizers.

and trade show services) 56199............ All Other Support

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Services.

NEC (other support services except packaging and labeling, convention and trade shows services, convention and visitor bureaus, tourist information bureaus)

Subsector 562 -- Waste Management and Remediation Services

562111........... Solid Waste

N

$6.0

$6.0

*4212 Local Trucking Collection.

Without Storage (solid waste collection without disposal) $6.0

*4953 Refuse Systems (solid waste collection)

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562112........... Hazardous Waste

N

$6.0

$6.0

*4212 Local Trucking Collection.

Without Storage (hazardous waste collection without disposal) $6.0

*4953 Refuse Systems (hazardous waste collection) 562119........... Other Waste

N

$6.0

$6.0

*4212 Local Trucking Collection.

Without Storage (other waste collection without disposal) $6.0

*4953 Refuse Systems (other waste collection when combined with disposal) 562211........... Hazardous Waste

N

$6.0

$6.0

*4953 Refuse Systems Treatment and

(hazardous waste Disposal.

treatment and disposal) 562212........... Solid Waste

N

$6.0

$6.0

*4953 Refuse Systems Landfill.

(solid waste landfills) 562213........... Solid Waste

N

$6.0

$6.0

*4953 Refuse Systems Combustors and

(solid waste Incinerators.

combustors and incinerators) 562219........... Other Nonhazardous

N

$6.0

$6.0

*4953 Refuse Systems Waste Treatment

(other and Disposal.

nonhazardous waste treatment and disposal) 56291............ Remediation

N

$7.0

$7.0

*1799 Special Trade Services.

Contractors, NEC (asbestos abatement and lead paint removal contractors) Except

\14\ 500 Environmental Remediation Services. $5.0

*4959 Sanitary Services, NEC (remediation services) 56292............ Materials Recovery

N

$6.0

$6.0

*4953 Refuse Systems Facilities.

(materials recovery facilities) 562991........... Septic Tank and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7359 Equipment Rental Related Services.

and Leasing, NEC (portable toilet rental) $5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Related Services, NEC (cesspool cleaning, sewer cleaning and rodding) 562998........... All Other

R

$5.0

$5.0

*4959 Sanitary Services, Miscellaneous

NEC (all but Waste Management

remediation Services.

services, malaria control, mosquito eradication, snowplowing, street sweeping, and airport runway vacuuming)

Sector 61 -- Educational Services

Subsector 611 -- Educational Services

61111............ Elementary and

E

$5.0

$5.0

8211 Elementary and Secondary Schools.

Secondary Schools 61121............ Junior Colleges...

E

$5.0

$5.0

8222 Junior Colleges and Technical Institutes 61131............ Colleges,

E

$5.0

$5.0

8244 Colleges, Universities and

Universities, and Professional

Professional Schools.

Schools 61141............ Business and

E

$5.0

$5.0

Business and Secretarial

Secretarial Schools.

Schools 61142............ Computer Training.

R

$5.0

$5.0

*8243 Data Processing Schools (except computer repair training) 61143............ Professional and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8299 Schools and Management

Educational Development

Services, NEC Training.

(professional and management development training) 611511........... Cosmetology and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7231 Beauty Shops Barber Schools.

(beauty and cosmetology schools) $5.0

*7241 Barber Shops (barber colleges) 611512........... Flight Training...

N

$18.5

$5.0

*8249 Vocational Schools, NEC (aviation schools, excluding flying instruction) $18.5

*8299 Schools and Educational Services, NEC (flying instruction) 611513........... Apprenticeship

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8249 Vocational Training.

Schools, NEC (vocational apprenticeship training)

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611519........... Other Technical

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8249 Vocational and Trade Schools.

Schools, NEC (except aviation and flight training and apprenticeship training) $5.0

*8243 Data Processing Schools (computer repair training) 61161............ Fine Arts Schools.

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8299 Schools and Educational Services, NEC (art, drama, and music schools) $5.0

*7911 Dance Studios, Schools, and Halls (dance instructors, and professional and other dance schools) 61162............ Sports and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation

Recreation Instruction.

Services, NEC (baseball, basketball, bowling, gymnastic, judo, karate, parachute, scuba and skin diving, skating, ski, swimming, tennis, and other sports instruction; and sports instructional schools and camps) 61163............ Language Schools..

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8299 Schools and Educational Services, NEC (language schools) 611691........... Exam Preparation

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8299 Schools and and Tutoring.

Educational Services, NEC (exam preparation and tutoring) 611692........... Automobile Driving

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8299 Schools and Schools.

Educational Services, NEC (automobile driving instruction) 611699........... All Other

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8299 Schools and Miscellaneous

Educational Schools and

Services, NEC Instruction.

(except professional and management training, aviation and flight training, fine arts schools, language schools, exam preparation and tutoring, automobile driving schools, and educational support services) 61171............ Educational

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8299 Schools and Support Services.

Educational Services NEC (except instruction) $5.0

*8748 Business Consulting Services, NEC (educational test development and evaluation services, educational testing services, and educational consultants)

Sector 62 -- Health Care and Social Assistance

Subsector 621 -- Ambulatory Health Care Services

621111........... Offices of

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8011 Offices and Physicians

Clinics of (except Mental

Doctors of Health

Medicine (except Specialists).

mental health specialists) $5.0

*8031 Offices and Clinics of Doctors of Osteopathy (except mental health specialists) 621112........... Offices of

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8011 Offices and Physicians,

Clinics of Mental Health

Doctors of Specialists.

Medicine (mental health specialists) $5.0

*8031 Offices and Clinics of Doctors of Osteopathy (mental health specialists) 62121............ Offices of

E

$5.0

$5.0

8021 Offices and Dentists.

Clinics of Dentists 62131............ Offices of

E

$5.0

$5.0

8041 Offices and Chiropractors.

Clinics of Chiropractors 62132............ Offices of

E

$5.0

$5.0

8042 Offices and Optometrists.

Clinics of Optometrists 62133............ Offices of Mental

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8049 Offices and Health

Clinics of Health Practitioners

Practitioners, (except

NEC (mental Physicians).

health practitioners except physicians)

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62134............ Offices of

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8049 Offices and Physical,

Clinics of Health Occupational and

Practitioners, Speech Therapists

NEC (physical, and Audiologists.

occupational, speech therapists, and audiologists) 621391........... Offices of

E

$5.0

$5.0

8043 Offices and Podiatrists.

Clinics of Podiatrists 621399........... Offices of All

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8049 Offices and Other

Clinics of Health Miscellaneous

Practitioners, Health

NEC (except Practitioners.

mental health practitioners, physical, occupational, speech therapists, and audiologists) 62141............ Family Planning

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8093 Specialty Centers.

Outpatient Facilities, NEC (family planning centers) $5.0

*8099 Health and Allied Services, NEC (childbirth preparation) 62142............ Outpatient Mental

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8093 Specialty Health and

Outpatient Substance Abuse

Facilities, NEC Centers.

(mental health facilities) 621491........... HMO Medical

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8011 Offices and Centers.

Clinics of Doctors of Medicine (HMO Medical Centers) 621492........... Kidney Dialysis

E

$5.0

$5.0

8092 Kidney Dialysis Centers.

Centers 621493........... Freestanding

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8011 Offices and Ambulatory

Clinics of Surgical and

Doctors of Emergency Centers.

Medicine (surgical and emergency centers) 621498........... All Other

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8093 Specialty Outpatient Care

Outpatient Centers.

Facilities, NEC (except family planning and mental health centers) 621511........... Medical

R

$5.0

$5.0

*8071 Medical Laboratories.

Laboratories (except diagnostic imaging centers) 621512........... Diagnostic Imaging

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8071 Medical Centers.

Laboratories (diagnostic imaging centers) 62161............ Home Health Care

E

$5.0

$5.0

8082 Home Health Care Services.

Services (home health agencies) 62191............ Ambulance Services

N

$5.0

$5.0

*4119 Local Passenger Transportation, NEC (land ambulance) 1,500

*4522 Air Transportation, Nonscheduled (air ambulance) 621991........... Blood and Organ

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8099 Health and Allied Banks.

Services, NEC (blood and organ banks) 621999........... All Other

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8099 Health and Allied Miscellaneous

Services, NEC Ambulatory Health

(except blood and Care Services.

organ banks, medical artists, medical photography, and childbirth preparation classes)

Subsector 622 -- Hospitals

62211............ General Medical

R

$5.0

$5.0

8062 General Medical and Surgical

and Surgical Hospitals.

Hospitals $5.0

*8069 Specialty Hospitals, Except Psychiatric (children's hospitals) 62221............ Psychiatric and

R

$5.0

$5.0

8063 Psychiatric Substance Abuse

Hospitals Hospitals. $5.0

*8069 Specialty Hospitals, Except Psychiatric (substance abuse hospitals) 62231............ Specialty (except

R

$5.0

$5.0

*8069 Specialty Psychiatric and

Hospitals, Except Substance Abuse)

Psychiatric Hospitals.

(except children's and substance abuse hospitals)

Subsector 623 -- Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

62311............ Nursing Care

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8051 Skilled Nursing Facilities.

Care Facilities (except continuing care retirement communities)

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$5.0

*8052 Intermediate Care Facilities (except continuing care retirement communities and mental retardation facilities) $5.0

*8059 Nursing and Personal Care Facilities, NEC (except continuing care retirement communities) 62321............ Residential Mental

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8052 Intermediate Care Retardation

Facilities Facilities.

(mental retardation facilities) 62322............ Residential Mental

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8361 Residential Care Health and

(mental health Substance Abuse

and substance Facilities.

abuse facilities) 623311........... Continuing Care

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8051 Skilled Nursing Retirement

Care Facilities Communities.

(continuing care retirement communities) $5.0

*8052 Intermediate Care Facilities (continuing care retirement communities) $5.0

*8059 Nursing and Personal Care Facilities, NEC (continuing care retirement communities) 623312........... Homes for the

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8361 Residential Care Elderly.

(homes for the elderly) 62399............ Other Residential

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8361 Residential Care Care Facilities.

(except mental health and substance abuse facilities, homes for the elderly)

Subsector 624 -- Social Assistance

62411............ Child and Youth

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8322 Individual and Services.

Family Social Services (child and youth services) $5.0

*8641 Civic, Social, and Fraternal Organizations (youth development organizations) 62412............ Services for the

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8322 Individual and Elderly and

Family Social Persons with

Services Disabilities.

(services for the elderly and disabled) 62419............ Other Individual

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8322 Individual and and Family

Family Social Services.

Services (except services for children, youth, elderly, disabled; food, housing, emergency and relief) 62421............ Community Food

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8322 Individual and Services.

Family Social Services (food services) 624221........... Temporary Shelters

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8322 Individual and Family Social Services (temporary shelter) 624229........... Other Community

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8322 Individual and Housing Services.

Family Social Services (housing services except temporary shelter) 62423............ Emergency and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8322 Individual and Other Relief

Family Social Services.

Services (emergency and relief services) 62431............ Vocational

E

$5.0

$5.0

8331 Job Training and Rehabilitation

Vocational Services.

Rehabilitation Services 62441............ Child Day Care

R

$5.0

$5.0

8351 Child Day Care Services.

Services $5.0

*7299 Miscellaneous Personal Services, NEC (baby-sitting)

Sector 71 -- Arts, Entertainment and Recreation

Subsector 711 -- Performing Arts, Spectator Sports and Related Industries

71111............ Theater Companies

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5812 Eating Places and Dinner

(dinner theaters) Theaters.

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$5.0

*7922 Theatrical Producers (Except Motion Pictures) and Miscellaneous Theatrical Services (theater companies, opera companies) 71112............ Dance Companies...

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7922 Theatrical Producers (Except Motion Pictures) and Miscellaneous Theatrical Services (ballet and dance companies) 71113............ Musical Groups and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7929 Bands, Orchestras, Artists.

Actors, and Entertainment Groups (musical groups and artists and orchestras) 71119............ Other Performing

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7929 Bands, Orchestras, Arts Companies.

Actors, and Entertainment Groups, (except musical groups, artists, actors, and actresses) $5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (circus companies) 711211........... Sports Teams and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7941 Professional Clubs.

Sports Clubs and Promoters (professional sports clubs) 711212........... Race Tracks.......

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7948 Racing, Including Track Operations (track operations) 711219........... Other Spectator

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7941 Professional Sports.

Sports Clubs and Promoters (except sports clubs, stadium operators, sports promoters and agents) $5.0

*7948 Racing, Including Track Operations (except track operators) $5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (professional athletes) 71131............ Promoters of

N

$5.0

$5.0

*6512 Operators of Performing Arts,

Nonresidential Sports and

Buildings Similar Events

(stadium and with Facilities.

arena owners) $5.0

*7922 Theatrical Procedures (Except Motion Pictures) and Miscellaneous Theatrical Services (theater operators) $5.0

*7941 Professional Sports Clubs and Promoters (stadium operators) 71132............ Promoters of

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7922 Theatrical Performing Arts,

Producers (Except Sports and

Motion Pictures) Similar Events

and Miscellaneous without

Theatrical Facilities.

Services (theatrical promoters) $5.0

*7941 Professional Sports Clubs and Promoters (sports promoters) 71141............ Agents and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7389 Business Services, Managers for

NEC (agents and Artists,

brokers for Athletes,

authors and Entertainers and

artists) Other Public Figures. $5.0

*7922 Theatrical Producers (Except Motion Pictures) and Miscellaneous Theatrical Services (theatrical agents) $5.0

*7941 Professional Sports Clubs and Promoters (sports agents) 71151............ Independent

N

$5.0

$21.5

*7819 Services Allied to Artists, Writers,

Motion Picture and Performers.

Production (film directors and related motion picture production services, independent) $5.0

*7929 Bands, Orchestras, Actors, and Other Entertainers and Entertainment Services (actors and actresses)

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$5.0

*8999 Services, NEC (authors, artists, and related technical services independent)

Subsector 712 -- Museums, Historical Sites and Similar Institutions

71211............ Museums...........

R

$5.0

$5.0

*8412 Museums and Art Galleries (except historic and heritage sites) 71212............ Historical Sites..

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8412 Museums and Art Galleries (historic and heritage sites) 71213............ Zoos and Botanical

R

$5.0

$5.0

*8422 Arboreta and Gardens.

Botanical and Zoological Gardens (except nature parks and reserves) 71219............ Nature Parks and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7999 Amusement and Other Similar

Recreation Institutions.

Services, NEC (caverns and miscellaneous commercial parks) $5.0

*8422 Arboreta and Botanical and Zoological Gardens (nature parks and reserves)

Subsector 713 -- Amusement, Gambling and Recreation Industries

71311............ Amusement and

E

$5.0

$5.0

7996 Amusement Parks Theme Parks. 71312............ Amusement Arcades.

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7993 Coin-Operated Amusement Devices (amusement arcades) 71321............ Casinos (except

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7999 Amusement and Casino Hotels).

Recreation Services, NEC (casinos, except hotel casinos) 71329............ Other Gambling

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7993 Coin-Operated Industries.

Amusement Devices (slot machine operators) $5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (lottery, bingo, bookie, and other gambling operations) 71391............ Golf Courses and

N

$5.0

$5.0

7992 Public Golf Country Clubs.

Courses $5.0

*7997 Membership Sports and Recreation Clubs (golf clubs) 71392............ Skiing Facilities.

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (skiing facilities) 71393............ Marinas...........

E

$5.0

$5.0

4493 Marinas 71394............ Fitness and

N

$5.0

$5.0

7993 Physical Fitness Recreational

Facilities Sports Centers. $5.0

*7997 Membership Sports and Recreation Clubs (recreation clubs with facilities) $5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (nonmembership recreation facilities) 71395............ Bowling Centers...

E

$5.0

$5.0

7933 Bowling Centers 71399............ All Other

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7911 Dance Studios, Amusement and

Schools, and Recreation

Halls (except Industries.

instruction) $5.0

*7993 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (except amusement arcades and slot machine operators) $5.0

*7997 Membership Sports and Recreation Clubs (recreation clubs without facilities)

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$5.0

$5.0

*7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC (except circuses, professionals, athletes, caverns and other commercial parks, skiing facilities, casinos and other gambling operations, amusement and recreation facilities, sports instruction, sports equipment rent

Sector 72 -- Accommodation and Food Services

Subsector 721 -- Accommodation

72111............ Hotels (except

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7011 Hotels and Motels Casino Hotels)

(hotels and and Motels.

motels, except casino hotels) $5.0

*7041 Organization Hotels and Lodging Houses, on Membership Basis (hotels) 72112............ Casino Hotels.....

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7011 Hotels and Motels (casino hotels) 721191........... Bed and Breakfast

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7011 Hotels and Motels Inns.

(bed and breakfast inns) 721199........... All Other Traveler

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7011 Hotels and Motels Accommodation.

(except hotels, motels and bed and breakfast inns) 721211........... RV (Recreational

E

$5.0

$5.0

7033 Recreational Vehicle) Parks

Vehicle Parks and and Campgrounds.

Campgrounds 721214........... Recreational and

E

$5.0

$5.0

7032 Sporting and Vacation Camps

Recreational (except

Camps Campgrounds). 72131............ Rooming and

R

$5.0

$5.0

7021 Rooming and Boarding Houses.

Boarding Houses $5.0

*7041 Organization Hotels and Lodging Houses, on Membership Basis (except hotels)

Subsector 722 -- Food Services and Drinking Places

72211............ Full-Service

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5812 Eating Places Restaurants.

(full-service restaurants) 722211........... Limited-Service

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5812 Eating Places Restaurants.

(limited-service restaurants) $5.0

*5499 Miscellaneous Food Stores (coffee shops making and serving food and beverages for immediate consumption) 722212........... Cafeterias........

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5812 Eating Places (cafeterias) 722213........... Snack and

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5812 Eating Places Nonalcoholic

(snack and Beverage Bars.

nonalcoholic beverage bars) $5.0

*5461 Retail Bakeries (snacks) 72231............ Food Service

N

$15.0

$5.0

*5812 Eating Places Contractors.

(food service contractors) 72232............ Caterers..........

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5812 Eating Places (caterers) 72233............ Mobile Food

N

$5.0

$5.0

*5963 Direct Selling Services.

Establishments (mobile food wagons) 72241............ Drinking Places

E

$5.0

$5.0

5813 Drinking Places (Alcoholic

(alcoholic Beverages).

beverages)

Sector 81 -- Other Services (except Public Administration)

Subsector 811 -- Repair and Maintenance

811111........... General Automotive

E

$5.0

$5.0

7538 General Automotive Repair.

Repair Shops 811112........... Automotive Exhaust

E

$5.0

$5.0

7533 Automotive Exhaust System Repair.

System Repair Shops 811113........... Automotive

E

$5.0

$5.0

7537 Automotive Transmission

Transmission Repair.

Repair Shops

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811118........... Other Automotive

E

$5.0

$5.0

7539 Automotive Repair Mechanical and

Shops, NEC Electrical Repair and Maintenance. 811121........... Automotive Body,

E

$5.0

$5.0

7532 Top, Body, and Paint and

Upholstery Repair Interior Repair

Shops and Paint and Maintenance.

Shops 811122........... Automotive Glass

E

$5.0

$5.0

7536 Automotive Glass Replacement Shops.

Replacement Shops 811191........... Automotive Oil

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7549 Automotive Change and

Services, Except Lubrication Shops.

Repair and Carwashes (lubricating service, automotive) 811192........... Car Washes........

E

$5.0

$5.0

7542 Carwashes 811198........... All Other

R

$5.0

$10.5

*7534 Tire Retreading Automotive Repair

and Repair Shops and Maintenance.

(repair) $5.0

*7549 Automotive Services, Except Repair and Carwashes (except lubricating and towing) 811211........... Consumer

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7622 Radio and Electronics

Television Repair Repair and

Shops (stereo, Maintenance.

TV, VCR, and radio) $5.0

*7629 Electrical and Electronic Repair Shops, NEC (consumer equipment except computer, TV, stereo, VCR, and radio) 811212........... Computer and

N

$18.0

$18.0

*7378 Computer Office Machine

Maintenance and Repair and

Repair (except Maintenance.

sales location, providing supporting repair services as major source of revenue) $5.0

*7629 Electrical and Electronic Repair Shops, NEC (business and office machine repair, electrical) $5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Related Services, NEC (typewriter repair) 811213........... Communication

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7622 Radio and Equipment Repair

Television Repair and Maintenance.

Shops (telecommunicatio n equipment repair) $5.0

*7629 Electrical and Electronic Repair Shops, NEC (telephone set repair) 811219........... Other Electronic

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7629 Electrical and and Precision

Electronic Repair Equipment Repair

Shops, NEC and Maintenance.

(electrical measuring instrument repair and calibration, medical equipment repair, electrical) $5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Related Services, NEC (dental instrument repair, laboratory instrument repair, medical equipment and other electronic and precision equipment repair, except typewriters) 81131............ Commercial and

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Industrial

Related Services, Machinery and

NEC (other non- Equipment (except

automotive Automotive and

transportation Electronic)

equipment and Repair and

industrial Maintenance.

machines and equipment) $5.0

*7623 Refrigerator and Air-Conditioning Service and Repair Shops (commercial refrigerator equipment repair) $5.0

*7694 Armature Rewinding Shops (repair) 811411........... Home and Garden

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Equipment Repair

Related Services, and Maintenance.

NEC (lawnmower repair shops, sharpening and repairing knives, saws and tools)

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811412........... Appliance Repair

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7623 Refrigeration and and Maintenance.

Air-Conditioning Service and Repair Shops (except commercial) $5.0

*7629 Electrical and Electronic Repair Shops, NEC (appliance repair, electrical; washing machine repair; electric razor repair) $5.0

*7699 Repairs Shops and Related Services, NEC (gas appliance repair service, sewing machine repair, stove repair shops, and other non-electrical appliance) 81142............ Reupholstery and

E

$5.0

$5.0

7641 Reupholstery and Furniture Repair.

Furniture Repair 81143............ Footwear and

R

$5.0

$5.0

7251 Shoe Repair and Leather Goods

Shoeshine Parlors Repair. $5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Related Services (leather goods repair shops, luggage repair shops, pocketbook repair shops) 81149............ Other Personal and

N

$5.0

500

*3732 Boat Building and Household Goods

Repairing Repair and

(pleasure boat Maintenance.

repair) $5.0

*7219 Laundry and Garment Services, NEC (alteration and repair) $5.0

7631 Watch, Clock, and Jewelry Repair $5.0

7692 Welding Repair $5.0

*7699 Repair Shops and Related Services, NEC (except industrial, electronic, home and garden, appliance, and leather goods)

Subsector 812 -- Personal and Laundry Services

812111........... Barber Shops......

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7241 Barber Shops (except barber colleges) 812112........... Beauty Salons.....

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7231 Beauty Shops (except beauty and cosmetology schools and manicure and pedicure salons) 812113........... Nail Salons.......

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7231 Beauty Shops (manicure and pedicure salons) 812191........... Diet and Weight

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7299 Miscellaneous Reducing Centers.

Personal Services, NEC (diet and weight reducing services) 812199........... Other Personal

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7299 Miscellaneous Care Services.

Personal Services, NEC, (personal care services) 81221............ Funeral Homes and

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7261 Funeral Services Funeral Services.

and Crematories (funeral homes and services) 81222............ Cemeteries and

R

$5.0 \6\ $1.5

*6531 Real Estate Agents Crematories.

and Managers (cemetery management) $5.0

6553 Cemetery Subdividers and Developers $5.0

*7261 Funeral Services and Crematories (except funeral homes) 81231............ Coin-Operated

E

$5.0

$5.0

7215 Coin-Operated Laundries and

Laundry and Drycleaners.

Drycleaning 81232............ Drycleaning and

E

$3.5

$10.5

7211 Power Laundries, Laundry Services

Family and (except Coin-

Commercial Operated). $5.0

*7389 Business Services, NEC (apparel pressing service for the trade) $3.5

7216 Drycleaning Plants, Except Rug Cleaning $5.0

7212 Garment Pressing and Agents for Laundries $5.0

*7219 Laundry and Garment Services, NEC (except diaper service and clothing alteration and repair) 812331........... Linen Supply......

R

$10.5

$10.5

7213 Linen Supply

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$5.0

*7219 Laundry and Garment Services, NEC, (diaper service) 812332........... Industrial

E

$10.5

$10.5

7218 Industrial Launderers.

Launderers 81291............ Pet Care (except

R

$5.0

$5.0

*0752 Animal Specialty Veterinary)

Services, Except Services.

Veterinary (pet care services, except veterinary) 812921........... Photo Finishing

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7384 Photofinishing Laboratories

Laboratories (except One-Hour).

(except one-hour) 812922........... One-Hour Photo

N

$5.0

$5.0

*7384 Photofinishing Finishing.

Laboratories (one- hour) 81293............ Parking Lots and

E

$5.0

$5.0

7521 Automobile Parking Garages. 81299............ All Other Personal

R

$5.0

$5.0

*7299 Miscellaneous Services.

Personal Services, NEC (except diet and weight reducing services, personal care services, and formal wear and costume rental service) $5.0

*7389 Miscellaneous Business Services (bail handling)

Subsector 813 -- Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional, and Similar Organizations

81311............ Religious

E

$5.0

$5.0

7661 Religious Organizations.

Organizations 813211........... Grantmaking

E

$5.0

$5.0

6732 Educational, Foundations.

Religious, and Charitable Trust 813212........... Voluntary Health

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8399 Social Services, Organizations.

NEC (voluntary health organizations) 813219........... Other Grantmaking

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8399 Social Services, and Giving

NEC (grantmaking Services.

and giving) 813311........... Human Rights

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8399 Social Services, Organizations.

NEC (human rights organizations and ) 813312........... Environment,

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8399 Social Services, Conservation and

NEC (environment, Wildlife

conservation, and Organizations.

wildlife advocacy) $5.0

*8699 Membership Organizations, NEC (humane societies) 813319........... Other Social

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8399 Social Services, Advocacy

NEC (except human Organizations.

rights, environment, conservation and wildlife organizations, grantmaking and giving, and voluntary health organizations) 81341............ Civic and Social

N

$5.0

$5.0

*8641 Civic, Social, and Organizations.

Fraternal Organizations (except condominium and homeowner associations, and youth development organizations) $5.0

*8699 Membership Organizations, NEC (farm granges) 81391............ Business

R

$5.0

$5.0

8611 Business Associations.

Associations $5.0

*8699 Membership Organizations, NEC (farm business organizations) 81392............ Professional

E

$5.0

$5.0

8621 Professional Organizations.

Membership Organizations 81393............ Labor Unions and

E

$5.0

$5.0

8631 Labor Unions and Similar Labor

Similar Labor Organizations.

Organizations 81394............ Political

E

$5.0

$5.0

8651 Political Organizations.

Organizations 81399............ Other Similar

R

$5.0 \6\ $1.5

*6531 Real Estate Agents Organizations

and Managers (except Business,

(condominium Professional,

associations) Labor, and Political Organizations). $5.0

*8641 Civic, Social, and Fraternal Organizations (condominium and homeowner associations)

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$5.0

*8699 Membership Organizations, NEC (except farm business organizations, farm granges, and environmental, conservation, and wildlife organizations)

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Public Administration Has Been Omitted, Since There Are No Size Standards Applicable

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Footnotes

[As noted at the head of the above table, the following footnotes are contained in 13 CFR 121.201 and relate only to existing size standards. Proposed footnotes to the proposed size standards follow the proposed table of size standards, below in this notice.]

1. SIC code 1629 -- Dredging: To be considered small for purposes of Government procurement, a firm must perform at least 40 percent of the volume dredged with its own equipment or equipment owned by another small dredging concern.

2. SIC Division D -- Manufacturing: For rebuilding machinery or equipment on a factory basis, or equivalent, use the SIC code for a newly manufactured product. Concerns performing major rebuilding or overhaul activities do not necessarily have to meet the criteria for being a ``manufacturer'' although the activities may be classified under a manufacturing SIC code. Ordinary repair services or preservation are not considered rebuilding.

3. SIC code 2033: For purposes of Government procurement for food canning and preserving, the standard of 500 employees excludes agricultural labor as defined in section 3306(k) of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C. 3306(k).

4. SIC code 2911: For purposes of Government procurement, the firm may not have more than 1,500 employees nor more than 75,000 barrels per day capacity of petroleum-based inputs, including crude oil or bona fide feedstocks. Capacity includes owned or leased facilities as well as facilities under a processing agreement or an arrangement such as an exchange agreement or a throughput. The total product to be delivered under the contract must be at least 90 percent refined by the successful bidder from either crude oil or bona fide feedstocks.

5. SIC code 3011: For purposes of Government procurement, a firm is small for bidding on a contract for pneumatic tires within Census Classification codes 30111 and 30112, provided that:

(1) The value of tires within Census Classification codes 30111 and 30112 which it manufactured in the United States during the previous calendar year is more than 50 percent of the value of its total worldwide manufacture,

(2) the value of pneumatic tires within Census Classification codes 30111 and 30112 comprising its total worldwide manufacture during the preceding calendar year was less than 5 percent of the value of all such tires manufactured in the United States during that period, and

(3) the value of the principal product which it manufactured or otherwise produced, or sold worldwide during the preceding calendar year is less than 10 percent of the total value of such products manufactured or otherwise produced or sold in the United States during that period.

6. SIC codes 4724, 6531, 7311, 7312, 7313, 7319, and 8741 (part): As measured by total revenues, but excluding funds received in trust for an unaffiliated third party, such as bookings or sales subject to commissions. The commissions received are included as revenue.

7. A financial institution's assets are determined by averaging the assets reported on its four quarterly financial statements for the preceding year. Assets for the purposes of this size standard means the assets defined according to the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council 034 call report form.

8. SIC code 6515: Leasing of building space to the Federal Government by Owners: For Government procurement, a size standard of $15.0 million in gross receipts applies to the owners of building space leased to the Federal Government. The standard does not apply to an agent.

9. SIC codes 7699 and 3728: Contracts for the rebuilding or overhaul of aircraft ground support equipment on a contract basis are classified under SIC code 3728.

10. SIC code 8731: For research and development contracts requiring the delivery of a manufactured product, the appropriate size standard is that of the manufacturing industry.

(1) Research and Development means laboratory or other physical research and development. It does not include economic, educational, engineering, operations, systems, or other nonphysical research; or computer programming, data processing, commercial and/or medical laboratory testing.

(2) For purposes of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program only, a different definition has been established by law. See Sec. 121.701 of these regulations.

(3) Research and development for guided missiles and space vehicles includes evaluations and simulation, and other services requiring thorough knowledge of complete missiles and spacecraft.

11. Facilities Management, a component of SIC code 8744, includes establishments, not elsewhere classified, which provide overall management and the personnel to perform a variety of related support services in operating a complete facility in or around a specific building, or within another business or Government establishment. Facilities management means furnishing three or more personnel supply services which may include, but are not limited to, secretarial services, typists, telephone answering, reproduction or mimeograph service, mailing service, financial or business management, public relations, conference planning, travel arrangements, word processing, maintaining files and/or libraries, switchboard operation, writers, bookkeeping, minor office equipment maintenance and repair, or use of information systems (not programming).

12. SIC code 8744

(1) If one of the activities of base maintenance, as defined in paragraph (2) of this endnote, can be identified with a separate industry and that activity (or industry) accounts for 50 percent or more of the value of an entire contract, then the proper size standard is that of the particular industry, and not the base maintenance size standard.

(2) ``Base Maintenance'' requires the performance of three or more separate activities in the areas of service or special trade construction industries. If services are performed, these activities must each be in a separate SIC code including, but not limited to, Janitorial and Custodial Service, Fire Prevention Service, Messenger Service, Commissary Service, Protective Guard Service, and Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Service. If the contract requires the use of special trade contractors (plumbing, painting, plastering, carpentry, etc.), all such special trade construction activities are considered a single activity and

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classified as Base Housing Maintenance. Since Base Housing Maintenance is only one activity, two additional activities are required for a contract to be classified as ``Base Maintenance.''

13. SIC code 8744

(1) For SBA assistance as a small business concern in the industry of Environmental Remediation Services, other than for Government procurement, a concern must be engaged primarily in furnishing a range of services for the remediation of a contaminated environment to an acceptable condition including, but not limited to, preliminary assessment, site inspection, testing, remedial investigation, feasibility studies, remedial design, containment, remedial action, removal of contaminated materials, storage of contaminated materials and security and site closeouts. If one of such activities accounts for 50 percent or more of a concern's total revenues, employees, or other related factors, the concern's primary industry is that of the particular industry and not the Environmental Remediation Services Industry.

(2) For purposes of classifying a Government procurement as Environmental Remediation Services, the general purpose of the procurement must be to restore a contaminated environment and also the procurement must be composed of activities in three or more separate industries with separate SIC codes or, in some instances (e.g., engineering), smaller sub-components of SIC codes with separate, distinct size standards. These activities may include, but are not limited to, separate activities in industries such as: Heavy Construction; Special Trade Construction; Engineering Services; Architectural Services; Management Services; Refuse Systems; Sanitary Services, Not Elsewhere Classified; Local Trucking Without Storage; Testing Laboratories; and Commercial, Physical and Biological Research. If any activity in the procurement can be identified with a separate SIC code, or component of a code with a separate distinct size standard, and that industry accounts for 50 percent or more of the value of the entire procurement, then the proper size standard is the one for that particular industry, and not the Environmental Remediation Services size standard.

Compliance With Executive Orders 12866, the Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.), the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.), 12612 and 12778

SBA certifies that this rule, if adopted, would not be a significant rule within the meaning of Executive Order 12866. For purposes of the Regulatory Flexibility Act, SBA certifies that the rule will affect a significant number of small businesses, but that the impact of the rule on each business will not be substantial.

This rule applies to all small entities and Federal programs reserved for small entities, except those specifically excluded by Federal legislation or elsewhere under 13 CFR part 121. SBA estimates that relatively few firms would gain or lose small business status as a result of this rule. SBA intends that, in establishing this new table of size standards, firms that are now eligible for Federal small business programs will remain eligible to the maximum extent practicable.

There will be three significant benefits of this rule, if adopted in final form. (a) Size standards will be established based on the most current industry descriptions. (b) Since SBA uses Census data to establish, review, change and/or otherwise modify small business size standards, data SBA obtains from the Census Bureau will be the most recent and accurate economic data available. (c) Collecting and analyzing statistical data on small business participation in the Federal procurement process will be more accurate, particularly in the technological and services industries.

SBA does not expect that any additional costs will be imposed upon the public. In addition, the new NAICS-based table of small business size standards will not add any significant costs to Federal Government programs reserved for small businesses. Federal agencies and other users will bear the administrative costs associated with converting from the SIC system to NAICS.

For the purpose of the Paperwork Reduction Act, 44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq., SBA certifies that this rule would not impose new reporting or record keeping requirements, other than those required of Federal agencies that collect data about small business participation in Federal government programs. For purposes of Executive Order 12612, SBA certifies that this rule does not have any federalism implications warranting the preparation of a Federalism Assessment. For purposes of Executive Order 12778, SBA certifies that this rule is drafted, to the extent possible under standards in section 2 of the order.

List of Subjects in 13 CFR Part 121

Government procurement, Government property, Grant programs -- business, Loan programs -- business, Small business.

For the reasons stated in the preamble, SBA proposes to amend 13 CFR part 121 as follows.

PART 121 -- SMALL BUSINESS SIZE REGULATIONS

1. The authority citation of part 121 continues to read as follows:

Authority: Pub. L. 105-13 sec. 601 et seq., 111 Stat. 252; 15 U.S.C. 632(a), 634(b)(6), 637(a), and 644(c); and Pub.L. 102-486, 106 Stat. 2776, 3133.

2. Revise Sec. 121.101 to read as follows:

Sec. 121.101 What are SBA size standards?

(a) SBA's size standards define whether a business entity is small and, thus, eligible for Government programs and preferences reserved for ``small business'' concerns. Size standards have been established for types of economic activity, or industry, generally under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).

(b) NAICS is described in the North American Industry Classification Manual -- United States, 1997, which is available from the National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161; by calling 1 (800) 553-6847 or 1 (703) 605-6000; or via the Internet at http://www.ntis.gov/yellowbk/1nty205.htm. The manual includes definitions for each industry, tables showing relationships between 1997 NAICS and 1987 SICs, and a comprehensive index. NAICS assigns codes to all economic activity within twenty broad sectors. Section 121.201 provides a full table of small business size standards matched to the U.S. NAICS industry codes. A full table matching a size standard with each NAICS Industry or U.S. Industry code is also published annually by SBA in the Federal Register.

3. Revise Sec. 121.201 to read as follows:

Sec. 121.201 What size standards has SBA identified by North American Industry Classification System codes?

The size standards described in this section apply to all SBA programs unless otherwise specified in this part. The size standards themselves are expressed either in number of employees or annual receipts in millions of dollars, unless otherwise specified. The number of employees or annual receipts indicates the maximum allowed for a concern and its affiliates to be considered small. The following industry size standards apply to all SBA programs, unless otherwise specifically excepted in this part.

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Small Business Size Standards by NAICS Industry

Size standard in number of NAICS Codes

Description (N.E.C. = Not employees or Elsewhere Classified)

millions of dollars

Sector 11 -- Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing

Subsector 111 -- Crop Production

111110................... Soybean Farming.............. .............. ...$0.5 111120................... Oilseed (except Soybean) .............. Farming.

...$0.5 111130................... Dry Pea and Bean Farming..... .............. ...$0.5 111140................... Wheat Farming................ .............. ...$0.5 111150................... Corn Farming................. .............. ...$0.5 111160................... Rice Farming................. .............. ...$0.5 111191................... Oilseed and Grain Combination .............. Farming.

...$0.5 111199................... All Other Grain Farming...... .............. ...$0.5 111211................... Potato Farming............... .............. ...$0.5 111219................... Other Vegetable (except

.............. Potato) and Melon Farming.

...$0.5 111310................... Orange Groves................ .............. ...$0.5 111320................... Citrus (except Orange) Groves .............. ...$0.5 111331................... Apple Orchards............... .............. ...$0.5 111332................... Grape Vineyards.............. .............. ...$0.5 111333................... Strawberry Farming........... .............. ...$0.5 111334................... Berry (except Strawberry) .............. Farming.

...$0.5 111335................... Tree Nut Farming............. .............. ...$0.5 111336................... Fruit and Tree Nut

.............. Combination Farming.

...$0.5 111339................... Other Noncitrus Fruit Farming .............. ...$0.5 111411................... Mushroom Production.......... .............. ...$0.5 111419................... Other Food Crops Grown Under .............. Cover.

...$0.5 111421................... Nursery and Tree Production.. .............. ...$0.5 111422................... Floriculture Production...... .............. ...$0.5 111910................... Tobacco Farming.............. .............. ...$0.5 111920................... Cotton Farming............... .............. ...$0.5 111930................... Sugarcane Farming............ .............. ...$0.5 111940................... Hay Farming.................. .............. ...$0.5 111991................... Sugar Beet Farming........... .............. ...$0.5 111992................... Peanut Farming............... .............. ...$0.5 111998................... All Other Miscellaneous Crop .............. Farming.

...$0.5

Subsector 112 -- Animal Production

112111................... Beef Cattle Ranching and .............. Farming.

...$0.5 112112................... Cattle Feedlots.............. .............. ...$1.5 112120................... Dairy Cattle and Milk

.............. Production.

...$0.5 112210................... Hog and Pig Farming.......... .............. ...$0.5 112310................... Chicken Egg Production....... .............. ...$9.0 112320................... Broilers and Other Meat Type .............. Chicken Production.

...$0.5 112330................... Turkey Production............ .............. ...$0.5 112340................... Poultry Hatcheries........... .............. ...$0.5 112390................... Other Poultry Production..... .............. ...$0.5 112410................... Sheep Farming................ .............. ...$0.5 112420................... Goat Farming................. .............. ...$0.5 112511................... Finfish Farming and Fish .............. Hatcheries.

...$0.5 112512................... Shellfish Farming............ .............. ...$0.5 112519................... Other Animal Aquaculture..... .............. ...$0.5 112910................... Apiculture................... .............. ...$0.5 112920................... Horse and Other Equine

.............. Production.

...$0.5 112930................... Fur-Bearing Animal and Rabbit .............. Production.

...$0.5 112990................... All Other Animal Production.. .............. ...$0.5

Subsector 113 -- Forestry and Logging

113110................... Timber Tract Operations...... .............. ...$5.0 113210................... Forest Nurseries and

.............. Gathering of Forest Products.

...$5.0 113310................... Logging...................... .............. ....500

Subsector 114 -- Fishing, Hunting and Trapping

114111................... Finfish Fishing.............. .............. ...$3.0 114112................... Shellfish Fishing............ .............. ...$3.0 114119................... Other Marine Fishing......... .............. ...$3.0

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114210................... Hunting and Trapping......... .............. ...$3.0

Subsector 115 -- Support Activities for Agriculture and Forestry

115111................... Cotton Ginning............... .............. ...$5.0 115112................... Soil Preparation, Planting, .............. and Cultivating.

...$5.0 115113................... Crop Harvesting, Primarily by .............. Machine.

...$5.0 115114................... Postharvest Crop Activities .............. (except Cotton Ginning).

...$5.0 115115................... Farm Labor Contractors and .............. Crew Leaders.

...$5.0 115116................... Farm Management Services..... .............. ...$5.0 115210................... Support Activities for Animal .............. Production.

...$5.0 115310................... Support Activities for

.............. Forestry.

...$5.0

Sector 21 -- Mining

Subsector 211 -- Oil and Gas Extraction

211111................... Crude Petroleum and Natural .............. Gas Extraction.

....500 211112................... Natural Gas Liquid Extraction .............. ....500

Subsector 212 -- Mining (except Oil and Gas)

212111................... Bituminous Coal and Lignite .............. Surface Mining.

....500 212112................... Bituminous Coal Underground .............. Mining.

....500 212113................... Anthracite Mining............ .............. ....500 212210................... Iron Ore Mining.............. .............. ....500 212221................... Gold Ore Mining.............. .............. ....500 212222................... Silver Ore Mining............ .............. ....500 212231................... Lead Ore and Zinc Ore Mining. .............. ....500 212234................... Copper Ore and Nickel Ore .............. Mining.

....500 212291................... Uranium-Radium-Vanadium Ore .............. Mining.

....500 212299................... All Other Metal Ore Mining... .............. ....500 212311................... Dimension Stone Mining and .............. Quarrying.

....500 212312................... Crushed and Broken Limestone .............. Mining and Quarrying.

....500 212313................... Crushed and Broken Granite .............. Mining and Quarrying.

....500 212319................... Other Crushed and Broken .............. Stone Mining and Quarrying.

....500 212321................... Construction Sand and Gravel .............. Mining.

....500 212322................... Industrial Sand Mining....... .............. ....500 212324................... Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining.. .............. ....500 212325................... Clay and Ceramic and

.............. Refractory Minerals Mining.

....500 212391................... Potash, Soda, and Borate .............. Mineral Mining.

....500 212392................... Phosphate Rock Mining........ .............. ....500 212393................... Other Chemical and Fertilizer .............. Mineral Mining.

....500 212399................... All Other Nonmetallic Mineral .............. Mining.

....500 213111................... Drilling Oil and Gas Wells... .............. ....500 213112................... Support Activities for Oil .............. and Gas Operations.

...$5.0 213113................... Support Activities for Coal .............. Mining.

...$5.0 213114................... Support Activities for Metal .............. Mining.

...$5.0 213115................... Support Activities for

.............. Nonmetallic Minerals (except

...$5.0 Fuels).

Sector 22 -- Utilities

Subsector 221 -- Utilities

221111................... Hydroelectric Power

4 mil megawatt Generation.

hours \1\ 221112................... Fossil Fuel Electric Power 4 mil megawatt Generation.

hours \1\ 221113................... Nuclear Electric Power

4 mil megawatt Generation.

hours \1\ 221119................... Other Electric Power

4 mil megawatt Generation.

hours \1\

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221121................... Electric Bulk Power

4 mil megawatt Transmission and Control.

hours \1\ 221122................... Electric Power Distribution.. 4 mil megawatt hours \1\ 221210................... Natural Gas Distribution..... .............. ....500 221310................... Water Supply and Irrigation .............. Systems.

...$5.0 221320................... Sewage Treatment Facilities.. .............. ...$5.0 221330................... Steam and Air-Conditioning .............. Supply.

...$9.0

Sector 23 -- Construction

Subsector 233 -- Building, Developing and General Contracting

233110................... Land Subdivision and Land .............. Development.

...$5.0 233210................... Single Family Housing

.............. Construction.

.$17.0 233220................... Multifamily Housing

.............. Construction.

.$17.0 233310................... Manufacturing and Industrial .............. Building Construction.

.$17.0 233320................... Commercial and Institutional .............. Building Construction.

.$17.0

Subsector 234 -- Heavy Construction

234110................... Highway and Street

.............. Construction.

.$17.0 234120................... Bridge and Tunnel

.............. Construction.

.$17.0 234910................... Water, Sewer, and Pipeline .............. Construction.

.$17.0 234920................... Power and Communication

.............. Transmission Line

.$17.0 Construction. 234930................... Industrial Nonbuilding

.............. Structure Construction.

.$17.0 234990................... All Other Heavy Construction. .............. .$17.0 EXCEPT

Dredging and Surface Cleanup .............\ Activities.

2\ $13.5

Subsector 235 -- Special Trade Contractors

235110................... Plumbing, Heating and Air- .............. Conditioning Contractors.

...$7.0 235210................... Painting and Wall Covering .............. Contractors.

...$7.0 235310................... Electrical Contractors....... .............. ...$7.0 235410................... Masonry and Stone Contractors .............. ...$7.0 235420................... Drywall, Plastering,

.............. Acoustical and Insulation

...$7.0 Contractors. 235430................... Tile, Marble, Terrazzo and .............. Mosaic Contractors.

...$7.0 235510................... Carpentry Contractors........ .............. ...$7.0 235520................... Floor Laying and Other Floor .............. Contractors.

...$7.0 235610................... Roofing, Siding and Sheet .............. Metal Contractors.

...$7.0 235710................... Concrete Contractors......... .............. ...$7.0 235810................... Water Well Drilling

.............. Contractors.

...$7.0 235910................... Structural Steel Erection .............. Contractors.

...$7.0 235920................... Glass and Glazing Contractors .............. ...$7.0 235930................... Excavation Contractors....... .............. ...$7.0 235940................... Wrecking and Demolition

.............. Contractors.

...$7.0 235950................... Building Equipment and Other .............. Machinery Installation

...$7.0 Contractors. 235990................... All Other Special Trade

.............. Contractors.

...$7.0 EXCEPT

Base Housing Maintenance \13\ .............\ 13\ $7.0

Sectors 31-33 -- Manufacturing

Subsector 311 -- Food Manufacturing

311111................... Dog and Cat Food

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 311119................... Other Animal Food

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 311211................... Flour Milling................ .............. ....500 311212................... Rice Milling................. .............. ....500 311213................... Malt Manufacturing........... .............. ....500 311221................... Wet Corn Milling............. .............. ....750 311222................... Soybean Processing........... .............. ....500 311223................... Other Oilseed Processing..... .............. .1,000 311225................... Fats and Oils Refining and .............. Blending.

.1,000 311230................... Breakfast Cereal

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 311311................... Sugarcane Mills.............. .............. ....500 311312................... Cane Sugar Refining.......... .............. ....750

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311313................... Beet Sugar Manufacturing..... .............. ....750 311320................... Chocolate and Confectionery .............. Manufacturing from Cacao

....500 Beans. 311330................... Confectionery Manufacturing .............. from Purchased Chocolate.

....500 311340................... Non-Chocolate Confectionery .............. Manufacturing.

....500 311411................... Frozen Fruit, Juice and

.............. Vegetable Manufacturing.

....500 311412................... Frozen Specialty Food

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 311421................... Fruit and Vegetable Canning.. .............. ..\3\ 500 311422................... Specialty Canning............ .............. .1,000 311423................... Dried and Dehydrated Food .............. Manufacturing.

....500 311511................... Fluid Milk Manufacturing..... .............. ....500 311512................... Creamery Butter Manufacturing .............. ....500 311513................... Cheese Manufacturing......... .............. ....500 311514................... Dry, Condensed, and

.............. Evaporated Dairy Product

....500 Manufacturing. 311520................... Ice Cream and Frozen Dessert .............. Manufacturing.

....500 311611................... Animal (except Poultry)

.............. Slaughtering.

....500 311612................... Meat Processed from Carcasses .............. ....500 311613................... Rendering and Meat By-product .............. Processing.

....500 311615................... Poultry Processing........... .............. ....500 311711................... Seafood Canning.............. .............. ....500 311712................... Fresh and Frozen Seafood .............. Processing.

....500 311811................... Retail Bakeries.............. .............. ....500 311812................... Commercial Bakeries.......... .............. ....500 311813................... Frozen Cakes, Pies, and Other .............. Pastries Manufacturing.

....500 311821................... Cookie and Cracker

.............. Manufacturing.

....750 311822................... Flour Mixes and Dough

.............. Manufacturing from Purchased

....500 Flour. 311823................... Dry Pasta Manufacturing...... .............. ....500 311830................... Tortilla Manufacturing....... .............. ....500 311911................... Roasted Nuts and Peanut

.............. Butter Manufacturing.

....500 311919................... Other Snack Food

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 311920................... Coffee and Tea Manufacturing. .............. ....500 311930................... Flavoring Syrup and

.............. Concentrate Manufacturing.

....500 311941................... Mayonnaise, Dressing and .............. Other Prepared Sauce

....500 Manufacturing. 311942................... Spice and Extract

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 311991................... Perishable Prepared Food .............. Manufacturing.

....500 311999................... All Other Miscellaneous Food .............. Manufacturing.

....500

Subsector 312 -- Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing

312111................... Soft Drink Manufacturing..... .............. ....500 312112................... Bottled Water Manufacturing.. .............. ....500 312113................... Ice Manufacturing............ .............. ....500 312120................... Breweries.................... .............. ....500 312130................... Wineries..................... .............. ....500 312140................... Distilleries................. .............. ....750 312210................... Tobacco Stemming and Redrying .............. ....500 312221................... Cigarette Manufacturing...... .............. .1,000 312229................... Other Tobacco Product

.............. Manufacturing.

....500

Subsector 313 -- Textile Mills

313111................... Yarn Spinning Mills.......... .............. ....500 313112................... Yarn Texturing, Throwing and .............. Twisting Mills.

....500 313113................... Thread Mills................. .............. ....500 313210................... Broadwoven Fabric Mills...... .............. .1,000 313221................... Narrow Fabric Mills.......... .............. ....500 313222................... Schiffli Machine Embroidery.. .............. ....500 313230................... Nonwoven Fabric Mills........ .............. ....500 313241................... Weft Knit Fabric Mills....... .............. ....500 313249................... Other Knit Fabric and Lace .............. Mills.

....500 313311................... Broadwoven Fabric Finishing .............. Mills.

.1,000 313312................... Textile and Fabric Finishing .............. (except Broadwoven Fabric)

....500 Mills. 313320................... Fabric Coating Mills......... .............. .1,000

Subsector 314 -- Textile Product Mills

314110................... Carpet and Rug Mills......... .............. ....500 314121................... Curtain and Drapery Mills.... .............. ....500 314129................... Other Household Textile

.............. Product Mills.

....500

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314911................... Textile Bag Mills............ .............. ....500 314912................... Canvas and Related Product .............. Mills.

....500 314991................... Rope, Cordage and Twine Mills .............. ....500 314992................... Tire Cord and Tire Fabric .............. Mills.

.1,000 314999................... All Other Miscellaneous

.............. Textile Product Mills.

....500

Subsector 315 -- Apparel Manufacturing

315111................... Sheer Hosiery Mills.......... .............. ....500 315119................... Other Hosiery and Sock Mills. .............. ....500 315191................... Outerwear Knitting Mills..... .............. ....500 315192................... Underwear and Nightwear

.............. Knitting Mills.

....500 315211................... Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew .............. Apparel Contractors.

....500 315212................... Women's, Girls', and Infants' .............. Cut and Sew Apparel

....500 Contractors. 315221................... Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew .............. Underwear and Nightwear

....500 Manufacturing. 315222................... Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew .............. Suit, Coat and Overcoat

....500 Manufacturing. 315223................... Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew .............. Shirt (except Work Shirt)

....500 Manufacturing. 315224................... Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew .............. Trouser, Slack and Jean

....500 Manufacturing. 315225................... Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew .............. Work Clothing Manufacturing.

....500 315228................... Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew .............. Other Outerwear

....500 Manufacturing. 315231................... Women's and Girls' Cut and .............. Sew Lingerie, Loungewear and

....500 Nightwear Manufacturing. 315232................... Women's and Girls' Cut and .............. Sew Blouse and Shirt

....500 Manufacturing. 315233................... Women's and Girls' Cut and .............. Sew Dress Manufacturing.

....500 315234................... Women's and Girls' Cut and .............. Sew Suit, Coat, Tailored

....500 Jacket and Skirt Manufacturing. 315239................... Women's and Girls' Cut and .............. Sew Other Outerwear

....500 Manufacturing. 315291................... Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel .............. Manufacturing.

....500 315292................... Fur and Leather Apparel

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 315299................... All Other Cut and Sew Apparel .............. Manufacturing.

....500 315991................... Hat, Cap and Millinery

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 315992................... Glove and Mitten

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 315993................... Men's and Boys' Neckwear .............. Manufacturing.

....500 315999................... Other Apparel Accessories and .............. Other Apparel Manufacturing.

....500

Subsector 316 -- Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing

316110................... Leather and Hide Tanning and .............. Finishing.

....500 316211................... Rubber and Plastics Footwear .............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 316212................... House Slipper Manufacturing.. .............. ....500 316213................... Men's Footwear (except

.............. Athletic) Manufacturing.

....500 316214................... Women's Footwear (except .............. Athletic) Manufacturing.

....500 316219................... Other Footwear Manufacturing. .............. ....500 316991................... Luggage Manufacturing........ .............. ....500 316992................... Women's Handbag and Purse .............. Manufacturing.

....500 316993................... Personal Leather Good (except .............. Women's Handbag and Purse)

....500 Manufacturing. 316999................... All Other Leather Good

.............. Manufacturing.

....500

Subsector 321 -- Wood Product Manufacturing

321113................... Sawmills..................... .............. ....500 321114................... Wood Preservation............ .............. ....500 321211................... Hardwood Veneer and Plywood .............. Manufacturing.

....500 321212................... Softwood Veneer and Plywood .............. Manufacturing.

....500 321213................... Engineered Wood Member

.............. (except Truss) Manufacturing.

....500 321214................... Truss Manufacturing.......... .............. ....500 321219................... Reconstituted Wood Product .............. Manufacturing.

....500 321911................... Wood Window and Door

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 321912................... Cut Stock, Resawing Lumber, .............. and Planing.

....500 321918................... Other Millwork (including .............. Flooring).

....500 321920................... Wood Container and Pallet .............. Manufacturing.

....500 321991................... Manufactured Home (Mobile .............. Home) Manufacturing.

....500 321992................... Prefabricated Wood Building .............. Manufacturing.

....500 321999................... All Other Miscellaneous Wood .............. Product Manufacturing.

....500

Subsector 322 -- Paper Manufacturing

322110................... Pulp Mills................... .............. ....750 322121................... Paper (except Newsprint) .............. Mills.

....750 322122................... Newsprint Mills.............. .............. ....750

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322130................... Paperboard Mills............. .............. ....750 322211................... Corrugated and Solid Fiber .............. Box Manufacturing.

....500 322212................... Folding Paperboard Box

.............. Manufacturing.

....750 322213................... Setup Paperboard Box

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 322214................... Fiber Can, Tube, Drum, and .............. Similar Products

....500 Manufacturing. 322215................... Non-Folding Sanitary Food .............. Container Manufacturing.

....750 322221................... Coated and Laminated

.............. Packaging Paper and Plastics

....500 Film Manufacturing. 322222................... Coated and Laminated Paper .............. Manufacturing.

....500 322223................... Plastics, Foil, and Coated .............. Paper Bag Manufacturing.

....500 322224................... Uncoated Paper and Multiwall .............. Bag Manufacturing.

....500 322225................... Laminated Aluminum Foil

.............. Manufacturing for Flexible

....500 Packaging Uses. 322226................... Surface-Coated Paperboard .............. Manufacturing.

....500 322231................... Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard .............. Office Supplies

....500 Manufacturing. 322232................... Envelope Manufacturing....... .............. ....500 322233................... Stationery, Tablet, and

.............. Related Product

....500 Manufacturing. 322291................... Sanitary Paper Product

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 322299................... All Other Converted Paper .............. Product Manufacturing.

....500

Subsector 323 -- Printing and Related Support Activities

323110................... Commercial Lithographic

.............. Printing.

....500 323111................... Commercial Gravure Printing.. .............. ....500 323112................... Commercial Flexographic

.............. Printing.

....500 323113................... Commercial Screen Printing... .............. ....500 323114................... Quick Printing............... .............. ....500 323115................... Digital Printing............. .............. ....500 323116................... Manifold Business Form

.............. Printing.

....500 323117................... Book Printing................ .............. ....500 323118................... Blankbook, Loose-leaf Binder .............. and Device Manufacturing.

....500 323119................... Other Commercial Printing.... .............. ....500 323121................... Tradebinding and Related Work .............. ....500 323122................... Prepress Services............ .............. ....500

Subsector 324 -- Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing

324110................... Petroleum Refineries......... .............\ 4\ 1,500 324121................... Asphalt Paving Mixture and .............. Block Manufacturing.

....500 324122................... Asphalt Shingle and Coating .............. Materials Manufacturing.

....750 324191................... Petroleum Lubricating Oil and .............. Grease Manufacturing.

....500 324199................... All Other Petroleum and Coal .............. Products Manufacturing.

....500

Subsector 325 -- Chemical Manufacturing

325110................... Petrochemical Manufacturing.. .............. .1,000 325120................... Industrial Gas Manufacturing. .............. .1,000 325131................... Inorganic Dye and Pigment .............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 325132................... Synthetic Organic Dye and .............. Pigment Manufacturing.

....750 325181................... Alkalies and Chlorine

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 325182................... Carbon Black Manufacturing... .............. ....500 325188................... All Other Basic Inorganic .............. Chemical Manufacturing.

.1,000 325191................... Gum and Wood Chemical

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 325192................... Cyclic Crude and Intermediate .............. Manufacturing.

....750 325193................... Ethyl Alcohol Manufacturing.. .............. .1,000 325199................... All Other Basic Organic

.............. Chemical Manufacturing.

.1,000 325211................... Plastics Material and Resin .............. Manufacturing.

....750 325212................... Synthetic Rubber

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 325221................... Cellulosic Organic Fiber .............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 325222................... Noncellulosic Organic Fiber .............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 325311................... Nitrogenous Fertilizer

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 325312................... Phosphatic Fertilizer

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 325314................... Fertilizer (Mixing Only) .............. Manufacturing.

....500 325320................... Pesticide and Other

.............. Agricultural Chemical

....500 Manufacturing. 325411................... Medicinal and Botanical

.............. Manufacturing.

....750 325412................... Pharmaceutical Preparation .............. Manufacturing.

....750 325413................... In-Vitro Diagnostic Substance .............. Manufacturing.

....500 325414................... Biological Product (except .............. Diagnostic) Manufacturing.

....500 325510................... Paint and Coating

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 325520................... Adhesive Manufacturing....... .............. ....500

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325611................... Soap and Other Detergent .............. Manufacturing.

....750 325612................... Polish and Other Sanitation .............. Good Manufacturing.

....500 325613................... Surface Active Agent

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 325620................... Toilet Preparation

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 325910................... Printing Ink Manufacturing... .............. ....500 325920................... Explosives Manufacturing..... .............. ....750 325991................... Custom Compounding of

.............. Purchased Resin.

....500 325992................... Photographic Film, Paper, .............. Plate and Chemical

....500 Manufacturing. 325998................... All Other Chemical Product .............. and Preparation

....500 Manufacturing.

Subsector 326 -- Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing

326111................... Unsupported Plastics Bag .............. Manufacturing.

....500 326112................... Unsupported Plastics

.............. Packaging Film and Sheet

....500 Manufacturing. 326113................... Unsupported Plastics Film and .............. Sheet (except Packaging)

....500 Manufacturing. 326121................... Unsupported Plastics Profile .............. Shape Manufacturing.

....500 326122................... Plastics Pipe and Pipe

.............. Fitting Manufacturing.

....500 326130................... Laminated Plastics Plate, .............. Sheet and Shape

....500 Manufacturing. 326140................... Polystyrene Foam Product .............. Manufacturing.

....500 326150................... Urethane and Other Foam

.............. Product (except Polystyrene)

....500 Manufacturing. 326160................... Plastics Bottle Manufacturing .............. ....500 326191................... Plastics Plumbing Fixture .............. Manufacturing.

....500 326192................... Resilient Floor Covering .............. Manufacturing.

....750 326199................... All Other Plastics Product .............. Manufacturing.

....500 326211................... Tire Manufacturing (except .............\ Retreading).

5\ 1,000 326212................... Tire Retreading.............. .............. ....500 326220................... Rubber and Plastics Hoses and .............. Belting Manufacturing.

....500 326291................... Rubber Product Manufacturing .............. for Mechanical Use.

....500 326299................... All Other Rubber Product .............. Manufacturing.

....500

Subsector 327 -- Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

327111................... Vitreous China Plumbing

.............. Fixtures and China and

....750 Earthenware Bathroom Accessories Manufacturing. 327112................... Vitreous China, Fine

.............. Earthenware and Other

....500 Pottery Product Manufacturing. 327113................... Porcelain Electrical Supply .............. Manufacturing.

....500 327121................... Brick and Structural Clay .............. Tile Manufacturing.

....500 327122................... Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile .............. Manufacturing.

....500 327123................... Other Structural Clay Product .............. Manufacturing.

....500 327124................... Clay Refractory Manufacturing .............. ....500 327125................... Nonclay Refractory

.............. Manufacturing.

....750 327211................... Flat Glass Manufacturing..... .............. .1,000 327212................... Other Pressed and Blown Glass .............. and Glassware Manufacturing.

....750 327213................... Glass Container Manufacturing .............. ....750 327215................... Glass Product Manufacturing .............. Made of Purchased Glass.

....500 327310................... Cement Manufacturing......... .............. ....750 327320................... Ready-Mix Concrete

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 327331................... Concrete Block and Brick .............. Manufacturing.

....500 327332................... Concrete Pipe Manufacturing.. .............. ....500 327390................... Other Concrete Product

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 327410................... Lime Manufacturing........... .............. ....500 327420................... Gypsum Product Manufacturing. .............. .1,000 327910................... Abrasive Product

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 327991................... Cut Stone and Stone Product .............. Manufacturing.

....500 327992................... Ground or Treated Mineral and .............. Earth Manufacturing.

....500 327993................... Mineral Wool Manufacturing... .............. ....750 327999................... All Other Miscellaneous

.............. Nonmetallic Mineral Product

....500 Manufacturing.

Subsector 331 -- Primary Metal Manufacturing

331111................... Iron and Steel Mills......... .............. .1,000 331112................... Electrometallurgical

.............. Ferroalloy Product

....750 Manufacturing. 331210................... Iron and Steel Pipe and Tube .............. Manufacturing from Purchased

.1,000 Steel. 331221................... Cold-Rolled Steel Shape

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 331222................... Steel Wire Drawing........... .............. .1,000 331311................... Alumina Refining............. .............. .1,000 331312................... Primary Aluminum Production.. .............. .1,000 331314................... Secondary Smelting and

.............. Alloying of Aluminum.

....750 331315................... Aluminum Sheet, Plate and .............. Foil Manufacturing.

....750

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331316................... Aluminum Extruded Product .............. Manufacturing.

....750 331319................... Other Aluminum Rolling and .............. Drawing.

....750 331411................... Primary Smelting and Refining .............. of Copper.

.1,000 331419................... Primary Smelting and Refining .............. of Nonferrous Metal (except

....750 Copper and Aluminum). 331421................... Copper Rolling, Drawing and .............. Extruding.

....750 331422................... Copper Wire (except

.............. Mechanical) Drawing.

.1,000 331423................... Secondary Smelting, Refining, .............. and Alloying of Copper.

....750 331491................... Nonferrous Metal (except .............. Copper and Aluminum)

....750 Rolling, Drawing and Extruding. 331492................... Secondary Smelting, Refining, .............. and Alloying of Nonferrous

....750 Metal (except Copper and Aluminum). 331511................... Iron Foundries............... .............. ....500 331512................... Steel Investment Foundries... .............. ....500 331513................... Steel Foundries, (except .............. Investment).

....500 331521................... Aluminum Die-Casting

.............. Foundries.

....500 331522................... Nonferrous (except Aluminum) .............. Die-Casting Foundries.

....500 331524................... Aluminum Foundries (except .............. Die-Casting).

....500 331525................... Copper Foundries (except Die- .............. Casting).

....500 331528................... Other Nonferrous Foundries .............. (except Die-Casting).

....500

Subsector 332 -- Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

332111................... Iron and Steel Forging....... .............. ....500 332112................... Nonferrous Forging........... .............. ....500 332114................... Custom Roll Forming.......... .............. ....500 332115................... Crown and Closure

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332116................... Metal Stamping............... .............. ....500 332117................... Powder Metallurgy Part

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332211................... Cutlery and Flatware (except .............. Precious) Manufacturing.

....500 332212................... Hand and Edge Tool

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332213................... Saw Blade and Handsaw

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332214................... Kitchen Utensil, Pot and Pan .............. Manufacturing.

....500 332311................... Prefabricated Metal Building .............. and Component Manufacturing.

....500 332312................... Fabricated Structural Metal .............. Manufacturing.

....500 332313................... Plate Work Manufacturing..... .............. ....500 332321................... Metal Window and Door

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332322................... Sheet Metal Work

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332323................... Ornamental and Architectural .............. Metal Work Manufacturing.

....500 332410................... Power Boiler and Heat

.............. Exchanger Manufacturing.

....500 332420................... Metal Tank (Heavy Gauge) .............. Manufacturing.

....500 332431................... Metal Can Manufacturing...... .............. .1,000 332439................... Other Metal Container

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332510................... Hardware Manufacturing....... .............. ....500 332611................... Spring (Heavy Gauge)

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332612................... Spring (Light Gauge)

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332618................... Other Fabricated Wire Product .............. Manufacturing.

....500 332710................... Machine Shops................ .............. ....500 332721................... Precision Turned Product .............. Manufacturing.

....500 332722................... Bolt, Nut, Screw, Rivet and .............. Washer Manufacturing.

....500 332811................... Metal Heat Treating.......... .............. ....750 332812................... Metal Coating, Engraving .............. (except Jewelry and

....500 Silverware), and Allied Services to Manufacturers. 332813................... Electroplating, Plating, .............. Polishing, Anodizing and

....500 Coloring. 332911................... Industrial Valve

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332912................... Fluid Power Valve and Hose .............. Fitting Manufacturing.

....500 332913................... Plumbing Fixture Fitting and .............. Trim Manufacturing.

....500 332919................... Other Metal Valve and Pipe .............. Fitting Manufacturing.

....500 332991................... Ball and Roller Bearing

.............. Manufacturing.

....750 332992................... Small Arms Ammunition

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 332993................... Ammunition (except Small .............. Arms) Manufacturing.

.1,500 332994................... Small Arms Manufacturing..... .............. .1,000 332995................... Other Ordnance and

.............. Accessories Manufacturing.

....500 332996................... Fabricated Pipe and Pipe .............. Fitting Manufacturing.

....500 332997................... Industrial Pattern

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 332998................... Enameled Iron and Metal

.............. Sanitary Ware Manufacturing.

....750 332999................... All Other Miscellaneous

.............. Fabricated Metal Product

....500 Manufacturing.

Subsector 333 -- Machinery Manufacturing \6\

333111................... Farm Machinery and Equipment .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333112................... Lawn and Garden Tractor and .............. Home Lawn and Garden

....500 Equipment Manufacturing.

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333120................... Construction Machinery

.............. Manufacturing.

....750 333131................... Mining Machinery and

.............. Equipment Manufacturing.

....500 333132................... Oil and Gas Field Machinery .............. and Equipment Manufacturing.

....500 333210................... Sawmill and Woodworking

.............. Machinery Manufacturing.

....500 333220................... Plastics and Rubber Industry .............. Machinery Manufacturing.

....500 333291................... Paper Industry Machinery .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333292................... Textile Machinery

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 333293................... Printing Machinery and

.............. Equipment Manufacturing.

....500 333294................... Food Product Machinery

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 333295................... Semiconductor Machinery

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 333298................... All Other Industrial

.............. Machinery Manufacturing.

....500 333311................... Automatic Vending Machine .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333312................... Commercial Laundry,

.............. Drycleaning and Pressing

....500 Machine Manufacturing. 333313................... Office Machinery

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 333314................... Optical Instrument and Lens .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333315................... Photographic and Photocopying .............. Equipment Manufacturing.

....500 333319................... Other Commercial and Service .............. Industry Machinery

....500 Manufacturing. 333411................... Air Purification Equipment .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333412................... Industrial and Commercial Fan .............. and Blower Manufacturing.

....500 333414................... Heating Equipment (except .............. Warm Air Furnaces)

....500 Manufacturing. 333415................... Air-Conditioning and Warm Air Heating Equipment and

.............. Commercial and Industrial

....750 Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturing.............. 333511................... Industrial Mold Manufacturing .............. ....500 333512................... Machine Tool (Metal Cutting .............. Types) Manufacturing.

....500 333513................... Machine Tool (Metal Forming .............. Types) Manufacturing.

....500 333514................... Special Die and Tool, Die .............. Set, Jig and Fixture

....500 Manufacturing. 333515................... Cutting Tool and Machine Tool .............. Accessory Manufacturing.

....500 333516................... Rolling Mill Machinery and .............. Equipment Manufacturing.

....500 333518................... Other Metalworking Machinery .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333611................... Turbine and Turbine Generator .............. Set Unit Manufacturing.

.1,000 333612................... Speed Changer, Industrial .............. High-Speed Drive and Gear

....500 Manufacturing. 333613................... Mechanical Power Transmission .............. Equipment Manufacturing.

....500 333618................... Other Engine Equipment

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 333911................... Pump and Pumping Equipment .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333912................... Air and Gas Compressor

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 333913................... Measuring and Dispensing Pump .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333921................... Elevator and Moving Stairway .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333922................... Conveyor and Conveying

.............. Equipment Manufacturing.

....500 333923................... Overhead Traveling Crane, .............. Hoist and Monorail System

....500 Manufacturing. 333924................... Industrial Truck, Tractor, .............. Trailer and Stacker

....750 Machinery Manufacturing. 333991................... Power-Driven Hand Tool

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 333992................... Welding and Soldering

.............. Equipment Manufacturing.

....500 333993................... Packaging Machinery

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 333994................... Industrial Process Furnace .............. and Oven Manufacturing.

....500 333995................... Fluid Power Cylinder and .............. Actuator Manufacturing.

....500 333996................... Fluid Power Pump and Motor .............. Manufacturing.

....500 333997................... Scale and Balance (except .............. Laboratory) Manufacturing.

....500 333999................... All Other Miscellaneous

.............. General Purpose Machinery

....500 Manufacturing.

Subsector 334 -- Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing \6\

334111................... Electronic Computer

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 334112................... Computer Storage Device

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 334113................... Computer Terminal

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 334119................... Other Computer Peripheral .............. Equipment Manufacturing.

.1,000 334210................... Telephone Apparatus

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 334220................... Radio and Television

.............. Broadcasting and Wireless

....750 Communications Equipment Manufacturing. 334290................... Other Communications

.............. Equipment Manufacturing.

....750 334310................... Audio and Video Equipment .............. Manufacturing.

....750 334411................... Electron Tube Manufacturing.. .............. ....750 334412................... Bare Printed Circuit Board .............. Manufacturing.

....500 334413................... Semiconductor and Related .............. Device Manufacturing.

....500 334414................... Electronic Capacitor

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 334415................... Electronic Resistor

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 334416................... Electronic Coil, Transformer, .............. and Other Inductor

....500 Manufacturing. 334417................... Electronic Connector

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 334418................... Printed Circuit Assembly .............. (Electronic Assembly)

....500 Manufacturing. 334419................... Other Electronic Component .............. Manufacturing.

....500

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334510................... Electromedical and

.............. Electrotherapeutic Apparatus

....500 Manufacturing. 334511................... Search, Detection,

.............. Navigation, Guidance,

....750 Aeronautical, and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing. 334512................... Automatic Environmental

.............. Control Manufacturing for

....500 Residential, Commercial and Appliance Use. 334513................... Instruments and Related Products Manufacturing for .............. Measuring, Displaying, and

....500 Controlling Industrial Process Variables.................. 334514................... Totalizing Fluid Meter and .............. Counting Device

....500 Manufacturing. 334515................... Instrument Manufacturing for .............. Measuring and Testing

....500 Electricity and Electrical Signals. 334516................... Analytical Laboratory

.............. Instrument Manufacturing.

....500 334517................... Irradiation Apparatus

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 334518................... Watch, Clock, and Part

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 334519................... Other Measuring and

.............. Controlling Device

....500 Manufacturing. 334611................... Software Reproducing......... .............. ....500 334612................... Prerecorded Compact Disc .............. (except Software), Tape, and

....750 Record Reproducing. 334613................... Magnetic and Optical

.............. Recording Media

.1,000 Manufacturing.

Subsector 335 -- Electrical Equipment, Appliance and Component Manufacturing \6\

335110................... Electric Lamp Bulb and Part .............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 335121................... Residential Electric Lighting .............. Fixture Manufacturing.

....500 335122................... Commercial, Industrial and .............. Institutional Electric

....500 Lighting Fixture Manufacturing. 335129................... Other Lighting Equipment .............. Manufacturing.

....500 335211................... Electric Housewares and

.............. Household Fan Manufacturing.

....750 335212................... Household Vacuum Cleaner .............. Manufacturing.

....750 335221................... Household Cooking Appliance .............. Manufacturing.

....750 335222................... Household Refrigerator and .............. Home Freezer Manufacturing.

.1,000 335224................... Household Laundry Equipment .............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 335228................... Other Major Household

.............. Appliance Manufacturing.

....500 335311................... Power, Distribution and

.............. Specialty Transformer

....750 Manufacturing. 335312................... Motor and Generator

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 335313................... Switchgear and Switchboard .............. Apparatus Manufacturing.

....750 335314................... Relay and Industrial Control .............. Manufacturing.

....750 335911................... Storage Battery Manufacturing .............. ....500 335912................... Primary Battery Manufacturing .............. .1,000 335921................... Fiber Optic Cable

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 335929................... Other Communication and

.............. Energy Wire Manufacturing.

.1,000 335931................... Current-Carrying Wiring

.............. Device Manufacturing.

....500 335932................... Noncurrent-Carrying Wiring .............. Device Manufacturing.

....500 335991................... Carbon and Graphite Product .............. Manufacturing.

....750 335999................... All Other Miscellaneous

.............. Electrical Equipment and

....500 Component Manufacturing.

Subsector 336 -- Transportation Equipment Manufacturing \6\

336111................... Automobile Manufacturing..... .............. .1,000 336112................... Light Truck and Utility

.............. Vehicle Manufacturing.

.1,000 336120................... Heavy Duty Truck

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 336211................... Motor Vehicle Body

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 336212................... Truck Trailer Manufacturing.. .............. ....500 336213................... Motor Home Manufacturing..... .............. .1,000 336214................... Travel Trailer and Camper .............. Manufacturing.

....500 336311................... Carburetor, Piston, Piston .............. Ring and Valve Manufacturing.

....500 336312................... Gasoline Engine and Engine .............. Parts Manufacturing.

....750 336321................... Vehicular Lighting Equipment .............. Manufacturing.

....500 336322................... Other Motor Vehicle

.............. Electrical and Electronic

....750 Equipment Manufacturing. 336330................... Motor Vehicle Steering and .............. Suspension Components

....750 (except Spring) Manufacturing. 336340................... Motor Vehicle Brake System .............. Manufacturing.

....750 336350................... Motor Vehicle Transmission .............. and Power Train Parts

....750 Manufacturing. 336360................... Motor Vehicle Seating and .............. Interior Trim Manufacturing.

....500 336370................... Motor Vehicle Metal Stamping. .............. ....500 336391................... Motor Vehicle Air-

.............. Conditioning Manufacturing.

....750 336399................... All Other Motor Vehicle Parts .............. Manufacturing.

....750 336411................... Aircraft Manufacturing....... .............. .1,500 336412................... Aircraft Engine and Engine .............. Parts Manufacturing.

.1,000 336413................... Other Aircraft Part and

.............\ Auxiliary Equipment

7\ 1,000 Manufacturing. 336414................... Guided Missile and Space .............. Vehicle Manufacturing.

.1,000 336415................... Guided Missile and Space .............. Vehicle Propulsion Unit and

.1,000 Propulsion Unit Parts Manufacturing. 336419................... Other Guided Missile and .............. Space Vehicle Parts and

.1,000 Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing. 336510................... Railroad Rolling Stock

.............. Manufacturing.

.1,000 336611................... Ship Building and Repairing.. .............. .1,000

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336612................... Boat Building................ .............. ....500 336991................... Motorcycle, Bicycle and Parts .............. Manufacturing.

....500 336992................... Military Armored Vehicle, .............. Tank and Tank Component

.1,000 Manufacturing. 336999................... All Other Transportation .............. Equipment Manufacturing.

....500

Subsector 337 -- Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing

337110................... Wood Kitchen Cabinet and .............. Counter Top Manufacturing.

....500 337121................... Upholstered Household

.............. Furniture Manufacturing.

....500 337122................... Nonupholstered Wood Household .............. Furniture Manufacturing.

....500 337124................... Metal Household Furniture .............. Manufacturing.

....500 337125................... Household Furniture (except .............. Wood and Metal)

....500 Manufacturing. 337127................... Institutional Furniture

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 337129................... Wood Television, Radio, and .............. Sewing Machine Cabinet

....500 Manufacturing. 337211................... Wood Office Furniture

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 337212................... Custom Architectural Woodwork .............. and Millwork Manufacturing.

....500 337214................... Office Furniture (Except .............. Wood) Manufacturing.

....500 337215................... Showcase, Partition,

.............. Shelving, and Locker

....500 Manufacturing. 337910................... Mattress Manufacturing....... .............. ....500 337920................... Blind and Shade Manufacturing .............. ....500

Subsector 339 -- Miscellaneous Manufacturing

339111................... Laboratory Apparatus and .............. Furniture Manufacturing.

....500 339112................... Surgical and Medical

.............. Instrument Manufacturing.

....500 339113................... Surgical Appliance and

.............. Supplies Manufacturing.

....500 339114................... Dental Equipment and Supplies .............. Manufacturing.

....500 339115................... Ophthalmic Goods

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 339116................... Dental Laboratories.......... .............. ....500 339911................... Jewelry (except Costume) .............. Manufacturing.

....500 339912................... Silverware and Plated Ware .............. Manufacturing.

....500 339913................... Jewelers' Material and

.............. Lapidary Work Manufacturing.

....500 339914................... Costume Jewelry and Novelty .............. Manufacturing.

....500 339920................... Sporting and Athletic Goods .............. Manufacturing.

....500 339931................... Doll and Stuffed Toy

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 339932................... Game, Toy, and Children's .............. Vehicle Manufacturing.

....500 339941................... Pen and Mechanical Pencil .............. Manufacturing.

....500 339942................... Lead Pencil and Art Good .............. Manufacturing.

....500 339943................... Marking Device Manufacturing. .............. ....500 339944................... Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbon .............. Manufacturing.

....500 339950................... Sign Manufacturing........... .............. ....500 339991................... Gasket, Packing, and Sealing .............. Device Manufacturing.

....500 339992................... Musical Instrument

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 339993................... Fastener, Button, Needle and .............. Pin Manufacturing.

....500 339994................... Broom, Brush and Mop

.............. Manufacturing.

....500 339995................... Burial Casket Manufacturing.. .............. ....500 339999................... All Other Miscellaneous

.............. Manufacturing.

....500

Sector 42 -- Wholesale Trade (Not applicable to Government procurement of supplies. The

nonmanufacturer size standard of 500 employees shall be used for purposes of Government procurement of supplies.)

Subsector 421 -- Wholesale Trade -- Durable Goods

421110................... Automobile and Other Motor .............. Vehicle Wholesalers.

....100 421120................... Motor Vehicle Supplies and .............. New Part Wholesalers.

....100 421130................... Tire and Tube Wholesalers.... .............. ....100 421140................... Motor Vehicle Part (Used) .............. Wholesalers.

....100 421210................... Furniture Wholesalers........ .............. ....100 421220................... Home Furnishing Wholesalers.. .............. ....100 421310................... Lumber, Plywood, Millwork and .............. Wood Panel Wholesalers.

....100 421320................... Brick, Stone and Related .............. Construction Material

....100 Wholesalers. 421330................... Roofing, Siding and

.............. Insulation Material

....100 Wholesalers. 421390................... Other Construction Material .............. Wholesalers.

....100 421410................... Photographic Equipment and .............. Supplies Wholesalers.

....100 421420................... Office Equipment Wholesalers. .............. ....100 421430................... Computer and Computer

.............. Peripheral Equipment and

....100 Software Wholesalers. 421440................... Other Commercial Equipment .............. Wholesalers.

....100

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421450................... Medical, Dental and Hospital .............. Equipment and Supplies

....100 Wholesalers. 421460................... Ophthalmic Goods Wholesalers. .............. ....100 421490................... Other Professional Equipment .............. and Supplies Wholesalers.

....100 421510................... Metal Service Centers and .............. Offices.

....100 421520................... Coal and Other Mineral and .............. Ore Wholesalers.

....100 421610................... Electrical Apparatus and .............. Equipment, Wiring Supplies

....100 and Construction Material Wholesalers. 421620................... Electrical Appliance,

.............. Television and Radio Set

....100 Wholesalers. 421690................... Other Electronic Parts and .............. Equipment Wholesalers.

....100 421710................... Hardware Wholesalers......... .............. ....100 421720................... Plumbing and Heating

.............. Equipment and Supplies

....100 (Hydronics) Wholesalers. 421730................... Warm Air Heating and Air- .............. Conditioning Equipment and

....100 Supplies Wholesalers. 421740................... Refrigeration Equipment and .............. Supplies Wholesalers.

....100 421810................... Construction and Mining

.............. (except Petroleum) Machinery

....100 and Equipment Wholesalers. 421820................... Farm and Garden Machinery and .............. Equipment Wholesalers.

....100 421830................... Industrial Machinery and .............. Equipment Wholesalers.

....100 421840................... Industrial Supplies

.............. Wholesalers.

....100 421850................... Service Establishment

.............. Equipment and Supplies

....100 Wholesalers. 421860................... Transportation Equipment and .............. Supplies (except Motor

....100 Vehicle) Wholesalers. 421910................... Sporting and Recreational .............. Goods and Supplies

....100 Wholesalers. 421920................... Toy and Hobby Goods and

.............. Supplies Wholesalers.

....100 421930................... Recyclable Material

.............. Wholesalers.

....100 421940................... Jewelry, Watch, Precious .............. Stone and Precious Metal

....100 Wholesalers. 421990................... Other Miscellaneous Durable .............. Goods Wholesalers.

....100

Subsector 422 -- Wholesale Trade -- Nondurable Goods

422110................... Printing and Writing Paper .............. Wholesalers.

....100 422120................... Stationary and Office

.............. Supplies Wholesalers.

....100 422130................... Industrial and Personal

.............. Service Paper Wholesalers.

....100 422210................... Drugs and Druggists' Sundries .............. Wholesalers.

....100 422310................... Piece Goods, Notions and .............. Other Dry Goods Wholesalers.

....100 422320................... Men's and Boys' Clothing and .............. Furnishings Wholesalers.

....100 422330................... Women's, Children's, and .............. Infants' Clothing and

....100 Accessories Wholesalers. 422340................... Footwear Wholesalers......... .............. ....100 422410................... General Line Grocery

.............. Wholesalers.

....100 422420................... Packaged Frozen Food

.............. Wholesalers.

....100 422430................... Dairy Product (except Dried .............. or Canned) Wholesalers.

....100 422440................... Poultry and Poultry Product .............. Wholesalers.

....100 422450................... Confectionery Wholesalers.... .............. ....100 422460................... Fish and Seafood Wholesalers. .............. ....100 422470................... Meat and Meat Product

.............. Wholesalers.

....100 422480................... Fresh Fruit and Vegetable .............. Wholesalers.

....100 422490................... Other Grocery and Related .............. Products Wholesalers.

....100 422510................... Grain and Field Bean

.............. Wholesalers.

....100 422520................... Livestock Wholesalers........ .............. ....100 422590................... Other Farm Product Raw

.............. Material Wholesalers.

....100 422610................... Plastics Materials and Basic .............. Forms and Shapes Wholesalers.

....100 422690................... Other Chemical and Allied .............. Products Wholesalers.

....100 422710................... Petroleum Bulk Stations and .............. Terminals.

....100 422720................... Petroleum and Petroleum

.............. Products Wholesalers (except

....100 Bulk Stations and Terminals). 422810................... Beer and Ale Wholesalers..... .............. ....100 422820................... Wine and Distilled Alcoholic .............. Beverage Wholesalers.

....100 422910................... Farm Supplies Wholesalers.... .............. ....100 422920................... Book, Periodical and

.............. Newspaper Wholesalers.

....100 422930................... Flower, Nursery Stock and .............. Florists' Supplies

....100 Wholesalers. 422940................... Tobacco and Tobacco Product .............. Wholesalers.

....100 422950................... Paint, Varnish and Supplies .............. Wholesalers.

....100 422990................... Other Miscellaneous

.............. Nondurable Goods Wholesalers.

....100

Sectors 44-45 -- Retail Trade

Subsector 441 -- Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers

441110................... New Car Dealers.............. .............. .$21.0 441120................... Used Car Dealers............. .............. .$17.0 441210................... Recreational Vehicle Dealers. .............. ...$5.0 441221................... Motorcycle Dealers........... .............. ...$5.0 441222................... Boat Dealers................. .............. ...$5.0

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441229................... All Other Motor Vehicle

.............. Dealers.

...$5.0 EXCEPT

Aircraft Dealers, Retail..... .............. ...$7.5 441310................... Automotive Parts and

.............. Accessories Stores.

...$5.0 441320................... Tire Dealers................. .............. ...$5.0

Subsector 442 -- Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores

442110................... Furniture Stores............. .............. ...$5.0 442210................... Floor Covering Stores........ .............. ...$5.0 442291................... Window Treatment Stores...... .............. ...$5.0 442299................... All Other Home Furnishings .............. Stores.

...$5.0

Subsector 443 -- Electronics and Appliance Stores

443111................... Household Appliance Stores... .............. ...$6.5 443112................... Radio, Television and Other .............. Electronics Stores.

...$6.5 443120................... Computer and Software Stores. .............. ...$6.5 443130................... Camera and Photographic

.............. Supplies Stores.

...$5.0

Subsector 444 -- Building Material and Garden Equipment and Supplies Dealers

444110................... Home Centers................. .............. ...$5.0 444120................... Paint and Wallpaper Stores... .............. ...$5.0 444130................... Hardware Stores.............. .............. ...$5.0 444190................... Other Building Material

.............. Dealers.

...$5.0 444210................... Outdoor Power Equipment

.............. Stores.

...$5.0 444220................... Nursery and Garden Centers... .............. ...$5.0

Subsector 445 -- Food and Beverage Stores

445110................... Supermarkets and Other

.............. Grocery (except Convenience)

.$20.0 Stores. 445120................... Convenience Stores........... .............. .$20.0 445210................... Meat Markets................. .............. ...$5.0 445220................... Fish and Seafood Markets..... .............. ...$5.0 445230................... Fruit and Vegetable Markets.. .............. ...$5.0 445291................... Baked Goods Stores........... .............. ...$5.0 445292................... Confectionery and Nut Stores. .............. ...$5.0 445299................... All Other Specialty Food .............. Stores.

...$5.0 445310................... Beer, Wine and Liquor Stores. .............. ...$5.0

Subsector 446 -- Health and Personal Care Stores

446110................... Pharmacies and Drug Stores... .............. ...$5.0 446120................... Cosmetics, Beauty Supplies .............. and Perfume Stores.

...$5.0 446130................... Optical Goods Stores......... .............. ...$5.0 446191................... Food (Health) Supplement .............. Stores.

...$5.0 446199................... All Other Health and Personal .............. Care Stores.

...$5.0

Subsector 447 -- Gasoline Stations

447110................... Gasoline Stations with

.............. Convenience Stores.

.$20.0 447190................... Other Gasoline Stations...... .............. ...$6.5

Subsector 448 -- Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores

448110................... Men's Clothing Stores........ .............. ...$6.5 448120................... Women's Clothing Stores...... .............. ...$6.5 448130................... Children's and Infants'

.............. Clothing Stores.

...$5.0 448140................... Family Clothing Stores....... .............. ...$6.5 448150................... Clothing Accessories Stores.. .............. ...$5.0 448190................... Other Clothing Stores........ .............. ...$5.0 448210................... Shoe Stores.................. .............. ...$6.5 448310................... Jewelry Stores............... .............. ...$5.0 448320................... Luggage and Leather Goods .............. Stores.

...$5.0

Subsector 451 -- Sporting Good, Hobby, Book and Music Stores

451110................... Sporting Goods Stores........ .............. ...$5.0

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451120................... Hobby, Toy and Game Stores... .............. ...$5.0 451130................... Sewing, Needlework and Piece .............. Goods Stores.

...$5.0 451140................... Musical Instrument and

.............. Supplies Stores.

...$5.0 451211................... Book Stores.................. .............. ...$5.0 451212................... News Dealers and Newsstands.. .............. ...$5.0 451220................... Prerecorded Tape, Compact .............. Disc and Record Stores.

...$5.0

Subsector 452 -- General Merchandise Stores

452110................... Department Stores............ .............. .$20.0 452910................... Warehouse Clubs and

.............. Superstores.

.$20.0 452990................... All Other General Merchandise .............. Stores.

...$8.0

Subsector 453 -- Miscellaneous Store Retailers

453110................... Florists..................... .............. ...$5.0 453210................... Office Supplies and

.............. Stationery Stores.

...$5.0 453220................... Gift, Novelty and Souvenir .............. Stores.

...$5.0 453310................... Used Merchandise Stores...... .............. ...$5.0 453910................... Pet and Pet Supplies Stores.. .............. ...$5.0 453920................... Art Dealers.................. .............. ...$5.0 453930................... Manufactured (Mobile) Home .............. Dealers.

...$9.5 453991................... Tobacco Stores............... .............. ...$5.0 453998................... All Other Miscellaneous Store .............. Retailers (except Tobacco

...$5.0 Stores). 454110................... Electronic Shopping and Mail- .............. Order Houses.

.$18.5 454210................... Vending Machine Operators.... .............. ...$5.0 454311................... Heating Oil Dealers.......... .............. ...$9.0 454312................... Liquefied Petroleum Gas

.............. (Bottled Gas) Dealers.

...$5.0 454319................... Other Fuel Dealers........... .............. ...$5.0 454390................... Other Direct Selling

.............. Establishments.

...$5.0

Sectors 48-49 -- Transportation

Subsector 481 -- Air Transportation

481111................... Scheduled Passenger Air

.............. Transportation.

.1,500 481112................... Scheduled Freight Air

.............. Transportation.

.1,500 481211................... Nonscheduled Chartered

.............. Passenger Air Transportation.

.1,500 EXCEPT

Offshore Marine Air

.............. Transportation Services.

.$20.0 481212................... Nonscheduled Chartered

.............. Freight Air Transportation.

.1,500 EXCEPT

Except Offshore Marine Air .............. Transportation Services.

.$20.0 481219................... Other Nonscheduled Air

.............. Transportation.

...$5.0

Subsector 482 -- Rail Transportation

482111................... Line-Haul Railroads.......... .............. ....500 482112................... Short Line Railroads......... .............. ....500

Subsector 483 -- Water Transportation

483111................... Deep Sea Freight

.............. Transportation.

....500 483112................... Deep Sea Passenger

.............. Transportation.

....500 483113................... Coastal and Great Lakes

.............. Freight Transportation.

....500 483114................... Coastal and Great Lakes

.............. Passenger Transportation.

....500 483211................... Inland Water Freight

.............. Transportation.

....500 483212................... Inland Water Passenger

.............. Transportation.

....500

Subsector 484 -- Truck Transportation

484110................... General Freight Trucking, .............. Local.

.$18.5 484121................... General Freight Trucking, .............. Long-Distance, Truckload.

.$18.5 484122................... General Freight Trucking, .............. Long-Distance, Less Than

.$18.5 Truckload. 484210................... Used Household and Office .............. Goods Moving.

.$18.5 484220................... Specialized Freight (except .............. Used Goods) Trucking, Local.

.$18.5 484230................... Specialized Freight (except .............. Used Goods) Trucking, Long-

.$18.5 Distance.

Subsector 485 -- Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation

485110................... Mixed Mode Transit Systems... .............. ...$5.0

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485112................... Commuter Rail Systems........ .............. ...$5.0 485113................... Bus and Motor Vehicle Transit .............. Systems.

...$5.0 485119................... Other Urban Transit Systems.. .............. ...$5.0 485210................... Interurban and Rural Bus .............. Transportation.

...$5.0 485310................... Taxi Service................. .............. ...$5.0 485320................... Limousine Service............ .............. ...$5.0 485410................... School and Employee Bus

.............. Transportation.

...$5.0 485510................... Charter Bus Industry......... .............. ...$5.0 485991................... Special Needs Transportation. .............. ...$5.0 485999................... All Other Transit and Ground .............. Passenger Transportation.

...$5.0

Subsector 486 -- Pipeline Transportation

486110................... Pipeline Transportation of .............. Crude Oil.

.1,500 486210................... Pipeline Transportation of .............. Natural Gas.

...$5.0 486910................... Pipeline Transportation of .............. Refined Petroleum Products.

.1,500 486990................... All Other Pipeline

.............. Transportation.

.$25.0

Subsector 487 -- Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation

487110................... Scenic and Sightseeing

.............. Transportation, Land.

...$5.0 487210................... Scenic and Sightseeing

.............. Transportation, Water.

...$5.0 487990................... Scenic and Sightseeing

.............. Transportation, Other.

...$5.0

Subsector 488 -- Support Activities for Transportation

488111................... Air Traffic Control.......... .............. ...$5.0 488119................... Other Airport Operations..... .............. ...$5.0 488190................... Other Support Activities for .............. Air Transportation.

...$5.0 488210................... Support Activities for Rail .............. Transportation.

...$5.0 488310................... Port and Harbor Operations... .............. .$18.5 488320................... Marine Cargo Handling........ .............. .$18.5 488330................... Navigational Services to .............. Shipping.

...$5.0 488390................... Other Support Activities for .............. Water Transportation.

...$5.0 488410................... Motor Vehicle Towing......... .............. ...$5.0 488490................... Other Support Activities for .............. Road Transportation.

...$5.0 488510................... Freight Transportation

.............. Arrangement.

.$18.5 488991................... Packing and Crating.......... .............. .$18.5 488999................... All Other Support Activities .............. for Transportation.

...$5.0

Subsector 491 -- Postal Service

491110................... Postal Service............... .............. ...$5.0

Subsector 492 -- Couriers and Messengers

492110................... Couriers..................... .............. .1,500 492210................... Local Messengers and Local .............. Delivery.

.$18.5

Subsector 493 -- Warehousing and Storage

493110................... General Warehousing and

.............. Storage.

.$18.5 493120................... Refrigerated Warehousing and .............. Storage.

.$18.5 493130................... Farm Product Warehousing and .............. Storage.

.$18.5 493190................... Other Warehousing and Storage .............. .$18.5

Sector 51 -- Information

Subsector 511 -- Publishing Industries

511110................... Newspaper Publishers......... .............. ....500 511120................... Periodical Publishers........ .............. ....500 511130................... Book Publishers.............. .............. ....500 511140................... Database and Directory

.............. Publishers.

....500 511191................... Greeting Card Publishers..... .............. ....500 511199................... All Other Publishers......... .............. ....500 511210................... Software Publishers.......... .............. .$18.0

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Subsector 512 -- Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries

512110................... Motion Picture and Video .............. Production.

.$21.5 512120................... Motion Picture and Video .............. Distribution.

.$21.5 512131................... Motion Picture Theaters

.............. (except Drive-Ins).

...$5.0 512132................... Drive-In Motion Picture

.............. Theaters.

...$5.0 512191................... Teleproduction and Other Post- .............. Production Services.

.$21.5 512199................... Other Motion Picture and .............. Video Industries.

...$5.0 512210................... Record Production............ .............. ...$5.0 512220................... Integrated Record Production/ .............. Distribution.

....750 512230................... Music Publishers............. .............. ....500 512240................... Sound Recording Studios...... .............. ...$5.0 512290................... Other Sound Recording

.............. Industries.

...$5.0

Subsector 513 -- Broadcasting and Telecommunications

513111................... Radio Networks............... .............. ...$5.0 513112................... Radio Stations............... .............. ...$5.0 513120................... Television Broadcasting...... .............. .$10.5 513210................... Cable Networks............... .............. .$11.0 513220................... Cable and Other Program

.............. Distribution.

.$11.0 513310................... Wired Telecommunications .............. Carriers.

.1,500 513321................... Paging....................... .............. .1,500 513322................... Cellular and Other Wireless .............. Telecommunications.

.1,500 513330................... Telecommunications Resellers. .............. .1,500 513340................... Satellite Telecommunications. .............. .$11.0 513390................... Other Telecommunications..... .............. .$11.0

Subsector 514 -- Information Services and Data Processing Services

514110................... News Syndicates.............. .............. ...$5.0 514120................... Libraries and Archives....... .............. ...$5.0 514191................... On-Line Information Services. .............. .$18.0 514199................... All Other Information

.............. Services.

...$5.0 514210................... Data Processing Services..... .............. .$18.0

Sector 52 -- Finance and Insurance

Subsector 522 -- Credit Intermediation and Related Activities

522110................... Commercial Banking........... \8\ $100 mil in assets 522120................... Savings Institutions......... \8\ $100 mil in assets 522130................... Credit Unions................ \8\ $100 mil in assets 522190................... Other Depository Credit

\8\ $100 mil Intermediation.

in assets 522210................... Credit Card Issuing.......... \8\ $100 mil in assets 522220................... Sales Financing.............. .............. ...$5.0 522291................... Consumer Lending............. .............. ...$5.0 522292................... Real Estate Credit........... .............. ...$5.0 522293................... International Trade Financing \8\ $100 mil in assets 522294................... Secondary Market Financing... .............. ...$5.0 522298................... All Other Non-Depository .............. Credit Intermediation.

...$5.0 522310................... Mortgage and Nonmortgage Loan .............. Brokers.

...$5.0 522320................... Financial Transactions

.............. Processing, Reserve, and

...$5.0 Clearing House Activities. 522390................... Other Activities Related to .............. Credit Intermediation.

...$5.0

Subsector 523 -- Financial Investments and Related Activities

523110................... Investment Banking and

.............. Securities Dealing.

...$5.0 523120................... Securities Brokerage......... .............. ...$5.0 523130................... Commodity Contracts Dealing.. .............. ...$5.0 523140................... Commodity Contracts Brokerage .............. ...$5.0 523210................... Securities and Commodity .............. Exchanges.

...$5.0

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523910................... Miscellaneous Intermediation. .............. ...$5.0 523920................... Portfolio Management......... .............. ...$5.0 523930................... Investment Advice............ .............. ...$5.0 523991................... Trust, Fiduciary and Custody .............. Activities.

...$5.0 523999................... Miscellaneous Financial

.............. Investment Activities.

...$5.0

Subsector 524 -- Insurance Carriers and Related Activities

524113................... Direct Life Insurance

.............. Carriers.

...$5.0 524114................... Direct Health and Medical .............. Insurance Carriers.

...$5.0 524126................... Direct Property and Casualty .............. Insurance Carriers.

.1,500 524127................... Direct Title Insurance

.............. Carriers.

...$5.0 524128................... Other Direct Insurance

.............. (except Life, Health and

...$5.0 Medical) Carriers. 524130................... Reinsurance Carriers......... .............. ...$5.0 524210................... Insurance Agencies and

.............. Brokerages.

...$5.0 524291................... Claims Adjusting............. .............. ...$5.0 524292................... Third Party Administration of .............. Insurance and Pension Funds.

...$5.0 524298................... All Other Insurance Related .............. Activities.

...$5.0

Subsector 525 -- Funds, Trusts and Other Financial Vehicles

525110................... Pension Funds................ .............. ...$5.0 525120................... Health and Welfare Funds..... .............. ...$5.0 525190................... Other Insurance Funds........ .............. ...$5.0 525910................... Open-End Investment Funds.... .............. ...$5.0 525920................... Trusts, Estates, and Agency .............. Accounts.

...$5.0 525930................... Real Estate Investment Trusts .............. ...$5.0 525990................... Other Financial Vehicles..... .............. ...$5.0

Sector 53 -- Real Estate and Rental and Leasing

Subsector 531 -- Real Estate

531110................... Lessors of Residential

.............. Buildings and Dwellings.

...$5.0 531120................... Lessors of Nonresidential .............. Buildings (except

...$5.0 Miniwarehouses). 531130................... Lessors of Miniwarehouses and .............. Self Storage Units.

.$18.5 531190................... Lessors of Other Real Estate .............. Property.

...$5.0 EXCEPT

Leasing of Building Space to .............\ Federal Government by Owners. 9\ $15.0 531210................... Offices of Real Estate Agents .............\ and Brokers.

10\ $1.5 531311................... Residential Property Managers .............\ 10\ $1.5 531312................... Nonresidential Property

.............\ Managers.

10\ $1.5 531320................... Offices of Real Estate

.............. Appraisers.

...$1.5 531390................... Other Activities Related to .............\ Real Estate.

10\ $1.5

Subsector 532 -- Rental and Leasing Services

532111................... Passenger Car Rental......... .............. .$18.5 532112................... Passenger Car Leasing........ .............. .$18.5 532120................... Truck, Utility Trailer, and .............. RV (Recreational Vehicle)

.$18.5 Rental and Leasing. 532210................... Consumer Electronics and .............. Appliances Rental.

...$5.0 532220................... Formal Wear and Costume

.............. Rental.

...$5.0 532230................... Video Tape and Disc Rental... .............. ...$5.0 532291................... Home Health Equipment Rental. .............. ...$5.0 532292................... Recreational Goods Rental.... .............. ...$5.0 532299................... All Other Consumer Goods .............. Rental.

...$5.0 532310................... General Rental Centers....... .............. ...$5.0 532411................... Commercial Air, Rail, and .............. Water Transportation

...$5.0 Equipment Rental and Leasing. 532412................... Construction, Mining and .............. Forestry Machinery and

...$5.0 Equipment Rental and Leasing. 532420................... Office Machinery and

.............. Equipment Rental and Leasing.

.$18.0 532490................... Other Commercial and

.............. Industrial Machinery and

...$5.0 Equipment Rental and Leasing.

Subsector 533 -- Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets (except Copyrighted Works)

533110................... Lessors of Nonfinancial

.............. Intangible Assets (except

...$5.0 Copyrighted Works).

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Sector 54 -- Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

Subsector 541 -- Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

541110................... Offices of Lawyers........... .............. ...$5.0 541191................... Title Abstract and Settlement .............. Offices.

...$5.0 541199................... All Other Legal Services..... .............. ...$5.0 541211................... Offices of Certified Public .............. Accountants.

...$6.0 541213................... Tax Preparation Services..... .............. ...$5.0 541214................... Payroll Services............. .............. ...$6.0 541219................... Other Accounting Services.... .............. ...$6.0 541310................... Architectural Services....... .............. ...$4.0 541320................... Landscape Architectural

.............. Services.

...$5.0 541330................... Engineering Services......... .............. ...$4.0 EXCEPT

Military and Aerospace

.............. Equipment and Military

.$20.0 Weapons. EXCEPT

Contracts and Subcontracts .............. for Engineering Services

.$20.0 Awarded Under the National Energy Policy Act of 1992. EXCEPT

Marine Engineering and Naval .............. Architecture.

.$13.5 541340................... Drafting Services............ .............. ...$5.0 EXCEPT

Map Drafting................. .............. ...$4.0 541350................... Building Inspection Services. .............. ...$5.0 541360................... Geophysical Surveying and .............. Mapping Services.

...$4.0 541370................... Surveying and Mapping (except .............. Geophysical) Services.

...$4.0 EXCEPT

Mapmaking.................... .............. ...$4.0 541380................... Testing Laboratories......... .............. ...$5.0 541410................... Interior Design Services..... .............. ...$5.0 541420................... Industrial Design Services... .............. ...$5.0 541430................... Graphic Design Services...... .............. ...$5.0 541490................... Other Specialized Design .............. Services.

...$5.0 541511................... Custom Computer Programming .............. Services.

.$18.0 541512................... Computer Systems Design

.............. Services.

.$18.0 541513................... Computer Facilities

.............. Management Services.

.$18.0 541519................... Other Computer Related

.............. Services.

.$18.0 541611................... Administrative Management and .............. General Management

...$5.0 Consulting Services. 541612................... Human Resources and Executive .............. Search Consulting Services.

...$5.0 541613................... Marketing Consulting Services .............. ...$5.0 541614................... Process, Physical

.............. Distribution and Logistics

...$5.0 Consulting Services. 541618................... Other Management Consulting .............. Services.

...$5.0 541620................... Environmental Consulting .............. Services.

...$5.0 541690................... Other Scientific and

.............. Technical Consulting

...$5.0 Services. 541710................... Research and Development in .............. the Physical, Engineering,

\11\ 500 and Life Sciences. EXCEPT

Aircraft..................... .............. .1,500 EXCEPT

Aircraft Parts, and Auxiliary .............. Equipment, and Aircraft

.1,000 Engine Parts. EXCEPT

Space Vehicles and Guided Missiles, their Propulsion .............. Units, their Propulsion

.1,000 Units Parts, and their Auxiliary Equipment and Parts........ 541720................... Research and Development in .............. the Social Sciences and

...$5.0 Humanities. 541810................... Advertising Agencies......... .............\ 10\ $5.0 541820................... Public Relations Agencies.... .............. ...$5.0 541830................... Media Buying Agencies........ .............. ...$5.0 541840................... Media Representatives........ .............. ...$5.0 541850................... Display Advertising.......... .............. ...$5.0 541860................... Direct Mail Advertising...... .............. ...$5.0 541870................... Advertising Material

.............. Distribution Services.

...$5.0 541890................... Other Services Related to .............. Advertising.

...$5.0 541910................... Marketing Research and Public .............. Opinion Polling.

...$5.0 541921................... Photography Studios, Portrait .............. ...$5.0 541922................... Commercial Photography....... .............. ...$5.0 541930................... Translation and

.............. Interpretation Services.

...$5.0 541940................... Veterinary Services.......... .............. ...$5.0 541990................... All Other Professional,

.............. Scientific and Technical

...$5.0 Services.

Sector 55 -- Management of Companies and Enterprises

Subsector 551 -- Management of Companies and Enterprises

551111................... Offices of Bank Holding

.............. Companies.

...$5.0 551112................... Offices of Other Holding .............. Companies.

...$5.0

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Sector 56 -- Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services

Subsector 561 -- Administrative and Support Services

561110................... Office Administrative

.............. Services.

...$5.0 561210................... Facilities Support Services .............\ \12\.

12\ $5.0 EXCEPT

Base Maintenance \13\........ ...........\13 \ $20.0 561310................... Employment Placement Agencies .............. ...$5.0 561320................... Temporary Help Services...... .............. ...$5.0 561330................... Employee Leasing Services.... .............. ...$5.0 561410................... Document Preparation Services .............. ...$5.0 561421................... Telephone Answering Services. .............. ...$5.0 561422................... Telemarketing Bureaus........ .............. ...$5.0 561431................... Private Mail Centers......... .............. ...$5.0 561439................... Other Business Service

.............. Centers (including Copy

...$5.0 Shops). 561440................... Collection Agencies.......... .............. ...$5.0 561450................... Credit Bureaus............... .............. ...$5.0 561491................... Repossession Services........ .............. ...$5.0 561492................... Court Reporting and Stenotype .............. Services.

...$5.0 561499................... All Other Business Support .............. Services.

...$5.0 561510................... Travel Agencies.............. .............\ 10\ $1.0 561520................... Tour Operators............... .............. ...$5.0 561591................... Convention and Visitors

.............. Bureaus.

...$5.0 561599................... All Other Travel Arrangement .............. and Reservation Services.

...$5.0 561611................... Investigation Services....... .............. ...$9.0 561612................... Security Guards and Patrol .............. Services.

...$9.0 561613................... Armored Car Services......... .............. ...$9.0 561621................... Security Systems Services .............. (except Locksmiths).

...$9.0 561622................... Locksmiths................... .............. ...$5.0 561710................... Exterminating and Pest

.............. Control Services.

...$5.0 561720................... Janitorial Services.......... .............. .$12.0 561730................... Landscaping Services......... .............. ...$5.0 561740................... Carpet and Upholstery

.............. Cleaning Services.

...$3.5 561790................... Other Services to Buildings .............. and Dwellings.

...$5.0 561910................... Packaging and Labeling

.............. Services.

...$5.0 561920................... Convention and Trade Show .............\ Organizers.

10\ $5.0 561990................... All Other Support Services... .............. ...$5.0 562111................... Solid Waste Collection....... .............. ...$6.0

Subsector 562 -- Waste Management and Remediation Services

562112................... Hazardous Waste Collection... .............. ...$6.0 562119................... Other Waste Collection....... .............. ...$6.0 562211................... Hazardous Waste Treatment and .............. Disposal.

...$6.0 562212................... Solid Waste Landfill......... .............. ...$6.0 562213................... Solid Waste Combustors and .............. Incinerators.

...$6.0 562219................... Other Nonhazardous Waste .............. Treatment and Disposal.

...$6.0 562910................... Remediation Services......... .............. ...$7.0 EXCEPT

Environmental Remediation .............. Services.

\14\ 500 562920................... Materials Recovery Facilities .............. ...$6.0 562991................... Septic Tank and Related

.............. Services.

...$5.0 562998................... All Other Miscellaneous Waste .............. Management Services.

...$5.0

Sector 61 -- Educational Services

Subsector 611 -- Educational Services

611110................... Elementary and Secondary .............. Schools.

...$5.0 611210................... Junior Colleges.............. .............. ...$5.0 611310................... Colleges, Universities and .............. Professional Schools.

...$5.0 611410................... Business and Secretarial .............. Schools.

...$5.0 611420................... Computer Training............ .............. ...$5.0 611430................... Professional and Management .............. Development Training.

...$5.0 611511................... Cosmetology and Barber

.............. Schools.

...$5.0 611512................... Flight Training.............. .............. .$18.5 611513................... Apprenticeship Training...... .............. ...$5.0 611519................... Other Technical and Trade .............. Schools.

...$5.0 611610................... Fine Arts Schools............ .............. ...$5.0

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611620................... Sports and Recreation

.............. Instruction.

...$5.0 611630................... Language Schools............. .............. ...$5.0 611691................... Exam Preparation and Tutoring .............. ...$5.0 611692................... Automobile Driving Schools... .............. ...$5.0 611699................... All Other Miscellaneous

.............. Schools and Instruction.

...$5.0 611710................... Educational Support Services. .............. ...$5.0

Sector 62 -- Health Care and Social Assistance

Subsector 621 -- Ambulatory Health Care Services

621111................... Offices of Physicians (except .............. Mental Health Specialists).

...$5.0 621112................... Offices of Physicians, Mental .............. Health Specialists.

...$5.0 621210................... Offices of Dentists.......... .............. ...$5.0 621310................... Offices of Chiropractors..... .............. ...$5.0 621320................... Offices of Optometrists...... .............. ...$5.0 621330................... Offices of Mental Health .............. Practitioners (except

...$5.0 Physicians). 621340................... Offices of Physical,

.............. Occupational and Speech

...$5.0 Therapists and Audiologists. 621391................... Offices of Podiatrists....... .............. ...$5.0 621399................... Offices of All Other

.............. Miscellaneous Health

...$5.0 Practitioners. 621410................... Family Planning Centers...... .............. ...$5.0 621420................... Outpatient Mental Health and .............. Substance Abuse Centers.

...$5.0 621491................... HMO Medical Centers.......... .............. ...$5.0 621492................... Kidney Dialysis Centers...... .............. ...$5.0 621493................... Freestanding Ambulatory

.............. Surgical and Emergency

...$5.0 Centers. 621498................... All Other Outpatient Care .............. Centers.

...$5.0 621511................... Medical Laboratories......... .............. ...$5.0 621512................... Diagnostic Imaging Centers... .............. ...$5.0 621610................... Home Health Care Services.... .............. ...$5.0 621910................... Ambulance Services........... .............. ...$5.0 621991................... Blood and Organ Banks........ .............. ...$5.0 621999................... All Other Miscellaneous

.............. Ambulatory Health Care

...$5.0 Services.

Subsector 622 -- Hospitals

622110................... General Medical and Surgical .............. Hospitals.

...$5.0 622210................... Psychiatric and Substance .............. Abuse Hospitals.

...$5.0 622310................... Specialty (except Psychiatric .............. and Substance Abuse)

...$5.0 Hospitals.

Subsector 623 -- Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

623110................... Nursing Care Facilities...... .............. ...$5.0 623210................... Residential Mental

.............. Retardation Facilities.

...$5.0 623220................... Residential Mental Health and .............. Substance Abuse Facilities.

...$5.0 623311................... Continuing Care Retirement .............. Communities.

...$5.0 623312................... Homes for the Elderly........ .............. ...$5.0 623990................... Other Residential Care

.............. Facilities.

...$5.0

Subsector 624 -- Social Assistance

624110................... Child and Youth Services..... .............. ...$5.0 624120................... Services for the Elderly and .............. Persons with Disabilities.

...$5.0 624190................... Other Individual and Family .............. Services.

...$5.0 624210................... Community Food Services...... .............. ...$5.0 624221................... Temporary Shelters........... .............. ...$5.0 624229................... Other Community Housing

.............. Services.

...$5.0 624230................... Emergency and Other Relief .............. Services.

...$5.0 624310................... Vocational Rehabilitation .............. Services.

...$5.0 624410................... Child Day Care Services...... .............. ...$5.0

Sector 71 -- Arts, Entertainment and Recreation

Subsector 711 -- Performing Arts, Spectator Sports and Related Industries

711110................... Theater Companies and Dinner .............. Theaters.

...$5.0 711120................... Dance Companies.............. .............. ...$5.0 711130................... Musical Groups and Artists... .............. ...$5.0 711190................... Other Performing Arts

.............. Companies.

...$5.0

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711211................... Sports Teams and Clubs....... .............. ...$5.0 711212................... Race Tracks.................. .............. ...$5.0 711219................... Other Spectator Sports....... .............. ...$5.0 711310................... Promoters of Performing Arts, .............. Sports and Similar Events

...$5.0 with Facilities. 711320................... Promoters of Performing Arts, .............. Sports and Similar Events

...$5.0 without Facilities. 711410................... Agents and Managers for

.............. Artists, Athletes,

...$5.0 Entertainers and Other Public Figures. 711510................... Independent Artists, Writers, .............. and Performers.

...$5.0

Subsector 712 -- Museums, Historical Sites and Similar Institutions

712110................... Museums...................... .............. ...$5.0 712120................... Historical Sites............. .............. ...$5.0 712130................... Zoos and Botanical Gardens... .............. ...$5.0 712190................... Nature Parks and Other

.............. Similar Institutions.

...$5.0

Subsector 713 -- Amusement, Gambling and Recreation Industries

713110................... Amusement and Theme Parks.... .............. ...$5.0 713120................... Amusement Arcades............ .............. ...$5.0 713210................... Casinos (except Casino

.............. Hotels).

...$5.0 713290................... Other Gambling Industries.... .............. ...$5.0 713910................... Golf Courses and Country .............. Clubs.

...$5.0 713920................... Skiing Facilities............ .............. ...$5.0 713930................... Marinas...................... .............. ...$5.0 713940................... Fitness and Recreational .............. Sports Centers.

...$5.0 713950................... Bowling Centers.............. .............. ...$5.0 713990................... All Other Amusement and

.............. Recreation Industries.

...$5.0

Sector 72 -- Accommodation and Food Services

Subsector 721 -- Accommodation

721110................... Hotels (except Casino Hotels) .............. and Motels.

...$5.0 721120................... Casino Hotels................ .............. ...$5.0 721191................... Bed and Breakfast Inns....... .............. ...$5.0 721199................... All Other Traveler

.............. Accommodation.

...$5.0 721211................... RV (Recreational Vehicle) .............. Parks and Campgrounds.

...$5.0 721214................... Recreational and Vacation .............. Camps (except Campgrounds).

...$5.0 721310................... Rooming and Boarding Houses.. .............. ...$5.0

Subsector 722 -- Food Services and Drinking Places

722110................... Full-Service Restaurants..... .............. ...$5.0 722211................... Limited-Service Restaurants.. .............. ...$5.0 722212................... Cafeterias................... .............. ...$5.0 722213................... Snack and Nonalcoholic

.............. Beverage Bars.

...$5.0 722310................... Food Service Contractors..... .............. .$15.0 722320................... Caterers..................... .............. ...$5.0 722330................... Mobile Food Services......... .............. ...$5.0 722410................... Drinking Places (Alcoholic .............. Beverages).

...$5.0

Sector 81 -- Other Services

Subsector 811 -- Repair and Maintenance

811111................... General Automotive Repair.... .............. ...$5.0 811112................... Automotive Exhaust System .............. Repair.

...$5.0 811113................... Automotive Transmission

.............. Repair.

...$5.0 811118................... Other Automotive Mechanical .............. and Electrical Repair and

...$5.0 Maintenance. 811121................... Automotive Body, Paint and .............. Interior Repair and

...$5.0 Maintenance. 811122................... Automotive Glass Replacement .............. Shops.

...$5.0 811191................... Automotive Oil Change and .............. Lubrication Shops.

...$5.0 811192................... Car Washes................... .............. ...$5.0 811198................... All Other Automotive Repair .............. and Maintenance.

...$5.0 811211................... Consumer Electronics Repair .............. and Maintenance.

...$5.0 811212................... Computer and Office Machine .............. Repair and Maintenance.

.$18.0 811213................... Communication Equipment

.............. Repair and Maintenance.

...$5.0 811219................... Other Electronic and

.............. Precision Equipment Repair

...$5.0 and Maintenance.

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811310................... Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment .............. (except Automotive and

...$5.0 Electronic) Repair and Maintenance................ 811411................... Home and Garden Equipment .............. Repair and Maintenance.

...$5.0 811412................... Appliance Repair and

.............. Maintenance.

...$5.0 811420................... Reupholstery and Furniture .............. Repair.

...$5.0 811430................... Footwear and Leather Goods .............. Repair.

...$5.0 811490................... Other Personal and Household .............. Goods Repair and Maintenance.

...$5.0

Subsector 812 -- Personal and Laundry Services

812111................... Barber Shops................. .............. ...$5.0 812112................... Beauty Salons................ .............. ...$5.0 812113................... Nail Salons.................. .............. ...$5.0 812191................... Diet and Weight Reducing .............. Centers.

...$5.0 812199................... Other Personal Care Services. .............. ...$5.0 812210................... Funeral Homes and Funeral .............. Services.

...$5.0 812220................... Cemeteries and Crematories... .............. ...$5.0 812310................... Coin-Operated Laundries and .............. Drycleaners.

...$5.0 812320................... Drycleaning and Laundry

.............. Services (except Coin-

...$3.5 Operated). 812331................... Linen Supply................. .............. .$10.5 812332................... Industrial Launderers........ .............. .$10.5 812391................... Garment Pressing, and Agents .............. for Laundries.

...$5.0 812399................... All Other Laundry Services... .............. ...$5.0 812910................... Pet Care (except Veterinary) .............. Services.

...$5.0 812921................... Photo Finishing Laboratories .............. (except One-Hour).

...$5.0 812922................... One-Hour Photo Finishing..... .............. ...$5.0 812930................... Parking Lots and Garages..... .............. ...$5.0 812990................... All Other Personal Services.. .............. ...$5.0

Subsector 813 -- Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional and Similar Organizations

813110................... Religious Organizations...... .............. ...$5.0 813211................... Grantmaking Foundations...... .............. ...$5.0 813212................... Voluntary Health

.............. Organizations.

...$5.0 813219................... Other Grantmaking and Giving .............. Services.

...$5.0 813311................... Human Rights Organizations... .............. ...$5.0 813312................... Environment, Conservation and .............. Wildlife Organizations.

...$5.0 813319................... Other Social Advocacy

.............. Organizations.

...$5.0 813410................... Civic and Social

.............. Organizations.

...$5.0 813910................... Business Associations........ .............. ...$5.0 813920................... Professional Organizations... .............. ...$5.0 813930................... Labor Unions and Similar .............. Labor Organizations.

...$5.0 813940................... Political Organizations...... .............. ...$5.0 813990................... Other Similar Organizations .............. (except Business,

...$5.0 Professional, Labor, and Political Organizations).

Footnotes

[As noted at the head of the table in the Supplementary Information above, the following footnotes relate only to SBA's proposed size standards. Footnotes to existing size standards follow the table of size standards in the Supplementary Information above.]

1. NAICS codes 221111, 221112, 221113, 221119, 221121, 221122 -- A firm is small if, including its affiliates, it is primarily engaged in the generation, transmission, and/or distribution of electric energy for sale and its total electric output for the preceding fiscal year did not exceed 4 million megawatt hours.

2. NAICS code 23499 -- Dredging: To be considered small for purposes of Government procurement, a firm must perform at least 40 percent of the volume dredged with its own equipment or equipment owned by another small dredging concern.

3. NAICS code 311421 -- For purposes of Government procurement for food canning and preserving, the standard of 500 employees excludes agricultural labor as defined in 3306(k) of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C. 3306(k).

4. NAICS code 32411 -- For purposes of Government procurement, the firm may not have more than 1,500 employees nor more than 75,000 barrels per day capacity of petroleum-based inputs, including crude oil or bona fide feedstocks. Capacity includes owned or leased facilities as well as facilities under a processing agreement or an arrangement such as an exchange agreement or a throughput. The total product to be delivered under the contract must be at least 90 percent refined by the successful bidder from either crude oil or bona fide feedstocks.

5. NAICS code 326211 -- For Government procurement, a firm is small for bidding on a contract for pneumatic tires within Census Classification codes 30111 and 30112, provided that:

(a) The value of tires within Census Classification codes 30111 and 30112 which it manufactured in the United States during the previous calendar year is more than 50 percent of the value of its total worldwide manufacture,

(b) the value of pneumatic tires within Census Classification codes 30111 and 30112 comprising its total worldwide manufacture during the preceding calendar year was less than 5 percent of the value of all such tires manufactured in the United States during that period, and

(c) the value of the principal product which it manufactured or otherwise produced, or sold worldwide during the

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preceding calendar year is less than 10 percent of the total value of such products manufactured or otherwise produced or sold in the United States during that period.

6. NAICS Subsectors 333, 334, 335 and 336 -- For rebuilding machinery or equipment on a factory basis, or equivalent, use the NAICS code for a newly manufactured product. Concerns performing major rebuilding or overhaul activities do not necessarily have to meet the criteria for being a ``manufacturer'' although the activities may be classified under a manufacturing NAICS code. Ordinary repair services or preservation are not considered rebuilding.

7. NAICS code 336413 -- Contracts for the rebuilding or overhaul of aircraft ground support equipment on a contract basis are classified under NAICS code 336413.

8. NAICS Codes 52211, 52212, 52213, 52219, 52221 and 52293 -- A financial institution's assets are determined by averaging the assets reported on its four quarterly financial statements for the preceding year. ``Assets'' for the purposes of this size standard means the assets defined according to the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council 034 call report form.

9. NAICS code 53119 -- Leasing of building space to the Federal Government by Owners: For Government procurement, a size standard of $15.0 million in gross receipts applies to the owners of building space leased to the Federal Government. The standard does not apply to an agent.

10. NAICS codes 53121, 531311, 531312, 53139, 54181, 56151, 56192 -- As measured by total revenues, but excluding funds received in trust for an unaffiliated third party, such as bookings or sales subject to commissions. The commissions received are included as revenue.

11. NAICS code 54171 -- For research and development contracts requiring the delivery of a manufactured product, the appropriate size standard is that of the manufacturing industry.

(a) ``Research and Development'' means laboratory or other physical research and development. It does not include economic, educational, engineering, operations, systems, or other nonphysical research; or computer programming, data processing, commercial and/ or medical laboratory testing.

(b) For purposes of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program only, a different definition has been established by law. See Sec. 121.701 of these regulations.

(c) ``Research and Development'' for guided missiles and space vehicles includes evaluations and simulation, and other services requiring thorough knowledge of complete missiles and spacecraft.

12. NAICS code 56121 -- Facilities Support Services, a component of NAICS 56121, includes establishments, not classified elsewhere, which provide overall management and personnel to perform a variety of related support services in operating a complete facility in or around a specific building, or within another business or Government establishment. Facilities management means furnishing three or more personnel supply services which may include, but are not limited to secretarial services, typists, word processing, maintaining files and/or libraries, telephone answering, switchboard operation, reproduction or mimeograph service, mailing service, writers, bookkeeping, financial or business management, public relations, conference planning, minor office equipment maintenance and repair, use of information systems (not programming), word processing, travel arrangements, maintaining files and/or libraries.

13. Subsector 235 (Special Trade Contractors), NAICS code 23599 (All Other Special Trade Contractors), and NAICS code 56121 (Facilities Support Services) -- Base Maintenance:

(a) If one of the activities of base maintenance, as defined in paragraph b) (below in this endnote) can be identified with a separate industry and that activity (or industry) accounts for 50 percent or more of the value of an entire contract, then the proper size standard is that of the particular industry, and not the base maintenance size standard.

(b) ``Base Maintenance'' requires the performance of three or more separate activities in the areas of service or special trade construction industries. If services are performed, these activities must each be in a separate NAICS code including, but not limited to, Janitorial and Custodial Service, Fire Prevention Service, Messenger Service, Commissary Service, Protective Guard Service, and Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Service. If the contract requires the use of special trade contractors (plumbing, painting, plastering, carpentry, etc.), all such special trade construction activities are considered a single activity and classified as Base Housing Maintenance. Since Base Housing Maintenance is only one activity, two additional activities are required for a contract to be classified as ``Base Maintenance.''

14. NAICS 56291 -- Environmental Remediation Services:

(a) For SBA assistance as a small business concern in the industry of Environmental Remediation Services, other than for Government procurement, a concern must be engaged primarily in furnishing a range of services for the remediation of a contaminated environment to an acceptable condition including, but not limited to, preliminary assessment, site inspection, testing, remedial investigation, feasibility studies, remedial design, containment, remedial action, removal of contaminated materials, storage of contaminated materials and security and site closeouts. If one of such activities accounts for 50 percent or more of a concern's total revenues, employees, or other related factors, the concern's primary industry is that of the particular industry and not the Environmental Remediation Services Industry.

(b) For purposes of classifying a Government procurement as Environmental Remediation Services, the general purpose of the procurement must be to restore a contaminated environment and also the procurement must be composed of activities in three or more separate industries with separate NAICS codes or, in some instances (e.g., engineering), smaller sub-components of NAICS codes with separate, distinct size standards. These activities may include, but are not limited to, separate activities in industries such as: Heavy Construction; Special Trade Construction; Engineering Services; Architectural Services; Management Services; Refuse Systems; Sanitary Services, Not Elsewhere Classified; Local Trucking Without Storage; Testing Laboratories; and Commercial, Physical and Biological Research. If any activity in the procurement can be identified with a separate NAICS code, or component of a code with a separate distinct size standard, and that industry accounts for 50 percent or more of the value of the entire procurement, then the proper size standard is the one for that particular industry, and not the Environmental Remediation Service size standard.

Sec. 121.402 [Amended]

4. Amend Sec. 121.402 as follows:

a. In paragraph (a) and (d) replace the acronym ``SIC'' with the acronym ``NAICS''.

b. In paragraph (b) replace all ``SIC'' acronyms with ``NAICS'' and in the second sentence, add ``United States'' after the first NAICS acronym.

c. In paragraph (c) replace all ``SIC'' acronyms with the acronym ``NAICS'' and replace the word ``a'' before the second NAICS acronym with the word ``an''.

d. In paragraph (e) replace the words ``a SIC'' with ``an NAICS''.

Sec. 121.403 [Amended]

5. In Sec. 121.403, replace the acronym ``SIC'' in the heading and the first sentence with the acronym ``NAICS''.

Sec. 121.406 [Amended]

6. In paragraph (c)(1) of Sec. 121.406, replace the acronym ``SIC'' with the acronym ``NAICS''.

Sec. 121.409 [Amended]

7. In Sec. 121.409, replace the acronym ``SIC'' with the acronym ``NAICS''.

Sec. 121.410 [Amended]

8. In the last sentence of paragraph (a) of Sec. 121.410, remove the phrase ``SIC code 8711'' and replace it with ``NAICS code 54133''.

Sec. 121.603 [Amended]

9. In paragraph (a) of Sec. 121.603, replace the acronym ``SIC'' with the acronym ``NAICS''.

Sec. 121.1102 [Amended]

10. In Sec. 121.1102, replace the acronym ``SIC'' in the heading and the text with the acronym ``NAICS''.

Sec. 121.1103 [Amended]

11. Amend Sec. 121.1103 as follows:

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a. In the heading and the first sentence of paragraph (a), replace the phrase ``a SIC'' with ``an NAICS''.

b. In paragraph (b), replace the acronym ``SIC'' with the acronym ``NAICS''.

Sec. 121.1202 [Amended]

12. In paragraph (d) Sec. 121.1202, replace the phrase ``a four- digit'' with ``an NAICS'' and replace the acronym ``SIC'' with ``NAICS''.

Sec. 121.1204 [Amended]

13. In paragraphs (a)(3) and (b)(1)(ii) of Sec. 121.1204, replace the acronym ``SIC'' with the acronym ``NAICS''.

Dated: July 30, 1999. Aida Alvarez, Administrator.

[FR Doc. 99-25231Filed10-21-99; 8:45 am]

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