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  1. A firm fixed price proposal was negotiated at a value of $800K. Funding at the time was available in the amount of $500K. The contract was awarded at a value of $800K, pursuant to DFARS 252.232-7007, the intention was to incrementally fund the contract in the amount of $500K. At the time, the organization was experiencing issues with the contract writing system, which resulted in the CLINs being inadvertently fully funded, thus over-obligating the $500K funding document by $300K. Unknowingly, the KO signed the contract. Within the same day, the error was discovered A modification was done
  2. Our agency has a long-standing policy of allowing incremental funding across fiscal years. As an anecdote, we had this one requirement for chaplain services that began 1 Sep 16, ends 31 Aug 17, and the RA only wanted to provide 2 months of FY16 OMA funds, intending to fund the other 10 months with FY17. Am I crazy, or doesn’t this violate the ADA by obligating the government in advance of funding? As the KO, I pushed back, requesting full funding or a change to the base period to match available funding. The RA was not pleased, nor was our management. We’ve been going back and forth for m
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