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  1. FAR 14.201-7(d) provides that " When contracting by sealed bidding the contracting officer shall insert the clause at 52.214-29, Order of Precedence -- Sealed Bidding, in solicitations and contracts to which the uniform contract format applies." Question: When using the USACE Contract format for a construction IFB should FAR 52.214-29 with conversion table showing UCF to USACE format be incorporated in the solicitation contract clauses? If not, why not? EFARS Part 14 provides the conversion from UCF to USACE format. What clause should be included in the solicitation when the USACE format is being used to resolve inconsistencies between specifications and the FAR clauses. I know FAR clauses take precedence over the specifications, but what clause provides the legal basis for this statement?
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