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  1. Good question. The min language specifies "government orders" but also references the PWS language stating orders will primarily come from Contractor2. The max language only addresses the math to explain how the number was calculated - it doesn't specify whether that comes from gov't direct orders or commercial orders. That said, I think you're right that the next logical step would be that the max and min should be treated the same - which would indicate a J&A is needed. I think that's the road we're headed down.
  2. Alright, thanks for the thoughts re the contract max. Regarding the other comments, suffice it to say there's a lot of oversight, and the concerns raised in your comments have been considered. To be fair, its probably hard to understand this without the contracts and specific language in front of you - it is admittedly something of a unique arrangement. Was just interested to hear thoughts on the contract max. Thanks!
  3. So, to clarify (hopefully), Contract2 contractor is ordering and paying for supplies from Contract1 with commercial money (not government money, and not money provided by the Government for the purpose of purchasing stock). Contract2 contractor then stocks a warehouse (wholesale) with the material they ordered. The government is not under any obligation to purchase the material Contract2 contractor purchases/stocks at this point. Contract2 contractor is responsible to make its own stocking decisions - the government does not pay for their stocked inventory. Later, when the government gets
  4. We've been having an internal debate about (1) whether it is possible to increase the maximum value of a FFP contract using an in scope increase and (2) whether one is even necessary. Interested to hear your thoughts. Basically, demand was greater than anticipated and we've hit the contract max early. Sort of. The kicker here is that this IDIQ contract (we'll call it Contract1) is part of a program where another contractor (Contract2) is authorized to order from Contract1 and gets government's negotiated pricing and delivery. The Contract2 contractor then stocks the item at their cos
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