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  1. When I ask the prime's CO how invoicing can be based on hours expended for a firm fixed price contract with deliverables I cannot get an answer. It has been suggested that if we use anyone outside of those labor categories that were in our proposal or expend more hours than were in our proposal, then the invoice will be "disallowed," as we'll "exceed the funding," which makes no sense, since it's a fixed price contract, not for a number of hours, but for a set deliverable.... still working the issue. MOPAS though is the origin of the regulations.
  2. PMH--thanks much. Do you know its origin then? Would you be willing to share that?
  3. The reason why I'm worrying about the source of the clause is I'm hoping to show that the Government inadvertently included it in the award document, giving the prime a reason to go back to the Government. . As it's fixed price contract, and bid as such, providing the data requested generally would be like lifting the curtain where the wizard is. I think providing that data on a fixed price contract changes the type of contract being provided. If the source of the clause states that it should only be used in cost plus or T&M contracts, as it seems to be, then I'd ask the prime to ask the
  4. That may be an option--I'll check internally to see if we have any MPO contracts in place and if not ask the prime to go back and check. I appreciate your help.
  5. On their website, the NSA states that they use FAR and DFAR for their procurement regulations. However, I'm trying to get access to ARC by registering the company. Once I do, I'll see what's there--though if anyone has any advice in the interim, I'd appreciate, as I feel that looking on their website may end a wild goose chase. I'm wondering if Fort Meade has stand alone regulations--but I haven't found those either. Thanks again for the help.
  6. Joel--thanks--I found exactly the same thing you did in a supply contracts, but they have earlier dates (2005 and 2011). This one is dated 2015. And, no, the clause was not in the package on which we bid, and per the prime, it wasn't in their original package either, but was included in the award document, which they've signed. We've not signed the subcontract yet.
  7. My company has been awarded a subcontract from a prime NSA (Ft. Meade) contractor, a small business. The award was a stand alone contract to the prime. The prime contract and subcontract were both awarded as FFP (not T&M or cost plus) , and we bid the subcontract as FFP. The referenced clause was included in the award to the prime; it reads, in part, as follows: In order for the COR to conduct a complete and thorough invoice review, the contractor shall provide the following as an invoice attachment for each Technical Task Order (TTO)...: 1) The individuals by labor category being billed f
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