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  1. ji20874, I see your point. Perhaps it is better, in our circumstance, to use (1) Circumstances justifying limiting the source instead of a logical follow-on for new work. Provided we thoroughly document the justification. These are severable services but our predicament is that we will be re-competing this effort under a newly established Multiple Award IDIQ mid 2019 and do not want to re-compete it for a six month period and then turn around and re-compete it again. It makes more sense to have the current contractor continue the work. Plus they will need to transition twice. This would
  2. As a follow-up I understand the D&F question I asked was misleading. Our HHSAR requires the D&F if we have a request to exceed the 5-year limitation in FAR 17.204(e). So if FAR 17.204(e) is applicable to going over 5 years using a LSJ then I am fine in doing a D&F (per HHSAR).
  3. To answer both questions: Are you adding the new work by modification to an existing order? No, it will be a continuation of current services, no new work. *********************************************************************** What is the base period of performance of the order? How many options? The current GSA task order has had a 12-month base period and four 12-month option periods (all exercised); plus we exercised the 6 month Option to Extend Services (52.217-8) - so the task order has been active for an overall period of performance of 5 years and 6 months.
  4. We are doing a Limited Source Justification (LSJ) in accordance with FAR 8.405-6(1)(i.)(C) - In the interest of economy and efficiency, the new work is a logical follow-on to an original Federal Supply Schedule order provided that the original order was placed in accordance with the applicable Federal Supply Schedule ordering procedures. The original order or BPA must not have been previously issued under sole-source or limited-sources procedures. Our requirement meets the above; however, our policy department is requiring that we do a Determinations and Findings for going over the 5 yea
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