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  1. Thank you for the quick response! We are at the initial stage and brainstorming at this point.
  2. Is it possible to issue two separate RFPs – one for the minimum set of data rights and one for public access – making clear that we’d move forward with only one of the two contracts. Could this lead to a protest? I think it would be confusing to issue one RFP with two options, an option for minimum set of data rights and an option for public access. What if a vendor provides a proposal on only one option and another vendor provides proposals on both options? Perhaps a Statement of Objectives included in the solicitation would be best approach. Appreciate any feedback. Thank you.
  3. I'm working on a high priority procurement with a short timeframe for submitting quotes. Is it appropriate to set up one conference call with all potential vendors to expedite the question and answer process? Thank you.
  4. Per the Building Manager, there are only two Electrical Contractors, both Large, who are authorized to perform work in a building that the govt is leasing (it's not a GSA bldg). The Building Manager has put this authorization in writing. The requirement is over $25k and below the SAT. How would I synopsis in FBO? Can I solicit to both large vendors only? Would FAR 5.201(a)(13) apply? This is an EOY project which was just received:( Appreciate any advice. Thank you.
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