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  1. We have a MACC (Multiple Award Construction Contract) that will expire (March 2015) before a task order is ready for award. The task order is taking longer that scheduled because of reprogramming issue (proposals are higher than programmed amount). It takes 6-9 months to approve (approval tentative June 2015) reprogramming and the MACC IDIQ will expire before reprogramming is complete. What option is available? Extend the MACC to allow time to award the task order or let the MACC expire because extension of MACC are not allowed (the MACC exercised the last option year, no more option to exercise). FAR Clause 52.217-9 is in the contract to exercise the option years. thank you.
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