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  1. Thank you both, I am indeed asking about existing contracts. The divisions could compete against one another but I don't think that has been done. The divisions work cooperattively through intra-company agreements. My biggest worry is that the GSA OIG will make us change our BOA.
  2. I posted this in the contract administration forum but had no response so I am trying here- I haven't seen this exact question before so here goes....I would for a contractor with GSA schedules and other government contracts. We are a wholly owned subsidiary of Parent, and Parent is owned by a holding company. Immediate parent has two divisions - we'll call them finance and nonsense. There is an effort to combine sales, marketing and delivery efforts of the finance division with my subsidiary because we do similar work, but there is no plan to legally change the structure. We wi
  3. Is there any way to find out whether a GSA contract holder used a commercial basis of award customer versus a cost build up method in determining their GSA schedule pricing? Pricelists don't say how the rates were established, at least not that I can see.
  4. Thank you all for weighing in. In the last question, what I meant was this: if bidders knew that the option was going to be evaluated as well, might they have submitted pricing? For example, if you reasonbly expected to get another 6 months out the deal, you might lower price a tiny bit.
  5. I'm looking for your input on an evaluation question. I read the thread linked below. Here is the scenario: Contractors bid on an RFP with 4 option years after the base period. So we know that FAR Clause 52.217-8, Option to Extend Services, allows the government to extend for six months if they evaluated that option when they evaluated the proposals, but nowhere in the RFP did the government ever say that would evaluate and include the option when it came to pricing. The government took all of the pricing proposals, divded the final option year price by 2, then added that amount to what each
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