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  1. Yes, this is a foreign concept to my district and myself. I am not sure how to go about informing them of that. Will look around unless you had a few links you could direct me to.
  2. There is a training requirement of $50K that will be attended by 10 Government employees from various offices. My argument is that the requirement is each individual person attending this class, with a separate SF182. The micro-purchase threshold for training is $25K. If the class is being split into multiple purchases because the class is the requirement I would say that is a split, but my assertion is that the requirement is each individual SF-182 and that 10 credit card swipes of $2,500 is not splitting the purchase and should be acceptable. Please give me your thoughts.
  3. Thank you. The scope talks about no changes can be made without the KO, but not really what happens if the contractor encounters different site conditions. Some boring logs were also provided as attachments.
  4. I just received a task order proposal for an observation well and the AE firm listed a lot of assumptions. The AE firm also mentioned some of the pricing is estimated based on not knowing the material (rock, sand, ect.) or site conditions. I checked the IDIQ for 52.236-2 "differing site conditions" and the clause was not included. The FAR matrix does not list 52.236-2 as applicable to FP Services or A&E and that is probably why the clause was not included. If site conditions are different then the Government and AE assume after starting to drill the well what clause can I use to modify the Task Order. It doesn't appear to be the changes clause 52.243-1 Alt III, because these aren't really Government directed changes or delays. The IDIQ does have 252.243-7002 requests for equitable adjustment, but isn't the road I would prefer to go down. Any suggestions? I could probably include 52.236-2 in the task order solicitation.
  5. I am working on a competitive 8(a) set aside MATOC source selection. One of the questions posted to ASFI asked about what recourse the Government has if the contractor was awarded an IDIQ contract, but decided not to respond to some of the Request For Task Order Proposals in the future. I wasn't sure how to answer this question. There is currently language in the solicitation that the contractor must contact the Government immediately if they cannot propose, but no explanation of what happens if they don't. Does anyone have experience with this? The pool of awardee's is only expected to be 3, so it will be important to have all awardee propose on each task order.
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