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  1. There are a number of questions related to this issue. Take a look at the following thread to see if the facts correspond: http://www.wifcon.com/discussion/index.php?/topic/1515-increase-of-ceiling-on-cpff-task-order/
  2. Well, the bases for award are LPTA, tradeoff or HTRFRP. Does GAO say what is the basis?
  3. GAO just issued a thought provoking decision on this matter: https://www.gao.gov/products/B-417248?utm_campaign=usgao_email&utm_content=gcdecisions&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery#mt=e-report
  4. See Harris IT Services Corporation, B-411699; B-411796, Oct 2, 2015. https://www.gao.gov/products/B-411699,B-411796#mt=e-report
  5. Let’s say that XY covered electrical system repair services for a US Navy ship located at sea. Let’s say that Z services cover ferry services to transport sailors and goods to and from the ship. Now, let’s say that Q covers motor repairs on the ship. If a motor repair contractor protested the issuance of the mod for Q services, do you think the GAO would look at the solicitation leading to the award of the electrical repair contract to determine if the motor repairs are in the scope of the electrical repair solicitation? Or, would GAO decline to review the scope of the competition leading to the award of the contract for XY services because the X services mod was issued?
  6. So, the fact that ferry services were added to the contract for electrical repairs puts motor repairs within the scope?
  7. How does one determine if it is authorized by the changes clause or within or outside the current contract scope?
  8. One infers that Q services are within scope of the Z services. But, suppose they weren't. Suppose the facts were these. Let’s say that XY covered electrical system repair services for a US Navy ship located at sea. Let’s say that Z services cover ferry services to transport sailors and goods to and from the ship. Now, let’s say that Q covers motor repairs on the ship. If a motor repair contractor protested the issuance of the mod for Q services, do you think the GAO would look at the solicitation leading to the award of the electrical repair contract to determine if the motor repairs are in the scope of the electrical repair solicitation? Or, would GAO decline to review the scope of the competition leading to the award of the contract for XY services because the X services mod was issued?
  9. One needs to look at the original solicitation to see if Q is within the scope of the original competition.
  10. http://smallgovcon.com/gaobidprotests/in-scope-vs-out-of-scope-modifications-gao-explains-the-difference/
  11. https://nitaac.nih.gov/customer-support/faqs/does-contract-holder-require-approval-nitaac-subcontractors-perform-work-andor
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