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  1. Phew! What an amazing Amphib! Let me hop onto another quote: http://amphibianrescue.org/2012/12/06/superhero-qualities-in-frogs/
  2. Yes but the agency must obligate to specific account and record. Didya View All Over Again: http://www.wifcon.com/arc/forum304.htm
  3. The insert appears to cover only the Section M Evaluation Criteria and the Basis of Award. Can you provide the Section L proposal requirements?
  4. What are the evaluation criteria (Section M) and the proposal requirements (Section L)?
  5. Also, take a look at this blog: http://www.berenzweiglaw.com/sba-helps-on-responsibility-type-evaluations/ I suggest reading this decision referenced in the blog: Competitive Range Sols., LLC, B-413104.10, Apr. 18, 2017. https://www.gao.gov/products/B-413104.10#mt=e-report
  6. In your organization, are/were you required to get the SBA specialist's concurrence before taking a contract action?
  7. So far, it appears that an unacceptable proposal of a small biz determined to be unacceptable based upon an LPTA evaluation of a responsibility related criterion (e.g. experience) must be referred to the SBA for a COC. However, it does not need to be referred if the small biz failed to provide documentation required by the solicitation: Sea Box, Inc., B-414742, Sept 6, 2017 http://www.wifcon.com/cgen/414742.pdf
  8. You are correct. My focus has been narrowly on what I consider to be the most important cert - small business status.
  9. Also, see Title 13, Chapter I, Part 121 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
  10. The Oryza Group, LLC., B-416719,B-416719.2: Nov 26, 2018 https://www.gao.gov/products/B-416719,B-416719.2#mt=e-report
  11. Q. Must a contracting officer document reps and certs for each and every order under an indefinite-delivery contract? A. Not unless the CO has the urge to do it based upon his/her beliefs and or the "advice" of the small biz specialist.
  12. While the CO is not required to get a recertification, if the CO wants a recertification at the time of issuance of an RFQ under the IDC, the CO can do so. CMS Information Services, Inc., B-290541, Aug 7, 2002 https://www.gao.gov/products/402788#mt=e-report Also, see this recent discussion of size recertification: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/brief-history-size-status-recertification-kenneth-dodds
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