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  1. Thank you everyone for your opinion! We will see what legal has to say. I lean more toward not doing the mods than I do toward doing the mod but I am in a tight spot so whatever the result I just want to have as much back-up when I have to tell the rock that it's a no go. Joel, just for records sake I respect and value the PCO - one of the few bright spots in this agency's contracting world
  2. Thanks for responding so soon. I will try to answer everything to give you a clear picture. The order bought a labor category per month for 12 months...e.i. "CLIN 0001 - Secretary1 - 12 months, CLIN 0002 Secretary2, 24 months (2 Ea Secretary2 x 12 months each)" etc. Pricing is Firm Fixed Price Months, billing is per month and the task order has been funding in full with FY12 funds. Period of Performance started in FY12 and finishes in FY13. The contractor "fully staffed" the required labor catagories but billing did not begin until the staff was on site. Therefore the months that went by durin
  3. Hello Vern and all! I would appreciate your input on this issue - of course it is also going to legal for their opinion but you have more contract knowledge in your big toe than our legal has in the whole system, sadly to say. I thought I might get myself an educated answer here for my own peace of mind regardless of what legal has to say. So I am stuck between a rock and hard place; I have a task order written off an IDIQ base contract. The TO was written in FY 12. The CLINS are for people written in the quantity of "months". Each month was priced off of 40 hours per work week per person.
  4. I work for the Department of Veterans Affairs currently but have worked at other various federal agencies, both DoD and Civilian, I am aware of, and have done, congressional notifications over $X.0M ($10.0M?) but I can only find reference of this type of notification for cancellations of multiyear over $12.5 (17.1) and release of information congress (5.4). I also did a search in the VAAR (nothing) and DFARS (for a sanity check only). Where is it mandatory to provide a congressional notification of multi-million dollar awards? Thanks!!!
  5. Hoping to get Vern's two cents here: I am in a regional procurement office. My training officer is trying to avoid processing approx 480 SF-182s. He is requesting an IDIQ contract so that each of our field offices can write Task Orders against it instead. The requested training is a series of eight classes at a non-governmental college to tranfer 1105s to 1102. According to OPM a SF182 can be used if each course is under the SAT (among other rules). The training officer feels that this rule of non-competition (his interpretation, not mine) should transfer over to the contracting world. I be
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