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  1. Hello, I think I know the answer, but I would like to double check this one. My customer originally wanted 52.217-9 options for a five-year order if all options are exercised with each line item equally lasting a year long. However, now they are requesting to only have options for every other year: Base, Year 3, Year 5. Can I create a purchase order using 52.217-7 while no work is being performed in between the options? Thanks, CSJas
  2. Hello, I had a requirement last year for annual data buys in which we receive a delivery at the end of each fiscal year for one data package. We do not require anything else from the contractor between deliverables. Last year, we cut an Order for a base year plus four one-year options to cover the future deliveries, and the base/options ended the day the delivery was due. I was just informed by my customer that they forgot to submit a requisition to exercise the first option, and the Order is now expired. I am trying to figure out how to prevent this from happening again in the future by
  3. Wow! Is the information about this public? I would love to read an article about this.
  4. Hello, I have only ever worked at one government agency where each CO works with a CS for every procurement. However, I have been job hunting and I noticed that one agency seems to only hire COs and there is no record of any CS positions. I'm trying to figure out why this is. So my question is... is it possible for a CO to work alone? As in, can COs fulfill all presolicitation and preaward requirements and sign the documents on his or her own? My assumption is that this is allowable since COs have the actual procurement authority and since the FAR does not mention Contract Specialis
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