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  1. Thanks Don - I know that I have stated it in abstract terms but what concerns me is how/why the following is the case: FAR 52.215-8 - Order of Precedence - Uniform Contract Format As prescribed in 15.209(h), insert the following clause: Order of Precedence - Uniform Contract Format (OCT 1997) Any inconsistency in this solicitation or contract shall be resolved by giving precedence in the following order: (a) The Schedule (excluding the specifications). (b) Representations and other instructions. (c) Contract clauses. (d) Other documents, exhibits, and
  2. I would appreciate the opportunity to begin a general discussion of the significance of a contractor's representations and certifications throughout the whole contract management process (both pre-award and post award). Let me start off with a few brief summary of a few relevant FAR provisions: 1. Contracting officers are required to incorporate Section K by reference in the contract [FAR 15.204-1(b)]. 2. For noncommercial acquisitions, FAR 52.204-19, Incorporation by Reference of Representations and Certifications, informs contractors that the “representations and cert
  3. First, I would like to thank Bob Antonio for maintaining this site. It is extremely helpful! By a internet search in a famous search engine, I discovered a post on WIFCON on August 12, 2016 previously asking the same questions as I am. In response, contributors offered two links neither of which currently work: https://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/procurement_default http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/dars/docs/FAR_Operating_Guide_July_2015.pdf From my research, I did discover two documents: the 2015 FAR Operating Guide and the 2011 FAR Drafting Guide. I also have been told that the
  4. Recently, I was informed that DoD as well as all the other government agencies as a matter of policy are NOT including FAR 52.245-1 Alternate I Full Risk of Loss (FRoL) and instead affording contractors the privilege of Limited Risk of Loss (LRoL) per the basic (regular) provision of FAR 52.245-1(h) irrespective of contract type or method of procurement. My question is to what extent is FAR 52.245-1 Alt 1 being used? My interpretation of FAR 45.104 is for non-DoD agencies, is that Alt I is required in (1) those non-competitive proposal negotiated fixed-price contracts under the current
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