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  1. Missed Option but Have a J&A

    This would not be a problem if the CO had done his/her job. Will the CO's performance bonus be reduced?
  2. Vendor Capability Questionnaire

    Go to google and enter DLA Director's External Briefing Template - Defense Logistics Agency. This will give you a PPT. Slides 10 to 13 specifically address the Questionnaire.
  3. Are Payment Logs Required?

    A phrase used by far too many contracting professionals when explaining decisions from acquisition planning through source selection and contract admin. One can only hope that they will engage their brains to read the regulations and discern business practices as well as they engage their fingers to enter their automated procurement systems.
  4. New FAC Contains Wonderful Thanksgiving Surprise

    It seems to me that the FAC reference is certainly afowl of the law.
  5. Do you do this unilaterally by accepting the contractor's offer or bilaterally by drafting a new contract for signature by both parties?
  6. So, after source selection, you draft, and both parties sign, a contract containing a clause with the pertinent Section L material. Correct?
  7. How do you incorporate it into the contract?
  8. The solicitation stated that a proposal/ offer consisted of, inter alia, prices and an identification/ description of the vehicles to be used to meet the requirements set forth in the Section C/ SOW. The solicitation includes the SF 1449 which the contractor signed and which the contracting officer will sign to create a contract after signing in block 31a and after checking block 29 and entering info relevant to the proposal/ offer.
  9. First, the cars must meet the minimum spec. Then, additional value will be assigned based upon horsepower, max velocity, seat space, IT mechanisms, etc. Like many, if not most, solicitations, there is no clause explicitly stating that the proposed vehicle must be furnished. However, the solicitation defines clearly the contents of the proposal/ offer, and the contracting officer will accept the proposal/ offer. PS - Another competitor will offer a Renault.
  10. Greenleaf Constr. Co, Inc., B-293105.18, B-293105.19, Jan. 17, 2006 Dual, Inc., B-280719, Nov. 12, 1998
  11. Brandes’s allegation that Amelex failed to inform the agency of a material change in its key personnel was not clearly meritorious at the time the agency filed its agency report. In this regard, our Office has held that offerors are obligated to advise agencies of changes in proposed staffing and resources, even after submission of proposals. Greenleaf Constr. Co., Inc., B-293105.18, B-293105.19, Jan. 17, 2006, 2006 CPD ¶ 19 at 10. The failure of an offeror to inform the agency of a change in proposed staffing and resources may render the evaluation and subsequent award decision unreasonable where it results in the agency being unable to evaluate the actual employees as they existed at the time of award.
  12. What would one do in this scenario? A Fed agency covered by the FAR issues a solicitation calling for transportation services. The SOW includes a spec for the motor vehicles. The award will be made on a tradeoff basis. Quality of the motor vehicle is an evaluation factor. Contractor X will compete relying on a subcontractor to furnish the motor vehicles. One subcontractor, Luxurious Imports Inc. (LMI) furnishes Mercedes. The other subcontractor, Cinque Cento (C2 )motors, provides Fiat 500s. Both meet the solicitation spec requirement. Since the source selection will be a tradeoff, X proposes LMI vehicles. Later, after dispute breakouts our between X and LMI, X decides to use C2.. Is X required to notify the contracting officer that it will provide Fiat 500s instead of Mercedes?
  13. Would the MATOC, or GSA BPA, contain clauses governing submission and evaluation of quotes/ proposals? Maybe. I used those clauses. Every contract specialist must read the clauses contained in the MATOC or GSA BPA to see how they affect contract performance AND the solicitation and evaluation of quotes/ proposals. If the the MATOC or GSA BPA clauses don't contain proposal submission and evaluation language, the CO could add the same language on proposal submission and evaluation in the solicitation as seen in provisions in a solicitation for a new contract.
  14. This is a clause is pertinent to the administration of a contract. It is not a solicitation provision relevant to the evaluation of proposals.
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