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  1. What are your thoughts on GSA's announcement to consolidate all 24 GSA Schedules into a single GSA Schedule? How will this affect industry contractors? How will this affect contracting officers and the contracting process? https://www.gsa.gov/about-us/newsroom/news-releases/gsa-announces-transformation-of-multiple-awards-schedules https://federalnewsnetwork.com/acquisition/2018/11/long-overdue-reforms-coming-to-gsas-schedule-program/ https://www.federaltimes.com/acquisition/2018/11/27/gsa-to-consolidate-24-multiple-award-schedules-into-one/ https://fcw.com/
  2. Hello All, I have been searching WIFCON for information on the interpretation of consolidation want to piggyback off a post from 2013 (link provided at the bottom of the post). Essentially I am wondering if I am over interpreting the definition of consolidation. FAR 2.101 states: “Consolidation or consolidated requirement”-- (1) Means a solicitation for a single contract, a multiple-award contract, a task order, or a delivery order to satisfy-- (2) Separate contract as used in this definition, means a contract that has been performed by any business, including small and oth
  3. We are considering doing a SATOC small business set-aside for construction rather than MATOC. The Defense consolidation memo of October 28, 1996 would indicate this is a consolidation even though it is for construction. Value overf $25M. Though it would be "new" work because it is construction, it is work that could be performed by smalls. Should this be subject to a consolidation analysis and if so, would this a quantitative justification to show the benefits. The Jobs Act refers to this but does not seem clear. Thanks.
  4. Background: My customer has 15 contracts that are coming to an end at different times in the near future. Those contracts are being performed by large and small businesses. The customer wants to roll-up the 15 requirements into 3 separate awards under the CIO-SP3 GWAC and place the 3 orders under the small business section of this GWAC to ensure the awards go out to small businesses. The rates on the GWAC are lower than the rates being charged under the incumbent contracts. I believe that this is a contract consolidation (not bundling). Please see 15 U.S.C. 657q Consolidation of Contract Requi
  5. So I am seeking opinions, and hopefully evidence. I want to consider the DFARS definition of consolidation of requirements only, and not to even discuss bundling, my scenario is OCONUS and FAR 19 for the most part doesn't apply and neither does bundling. However, DFARS part 7 does apply and there is debate regarding how to apply the definition of consolidation to construction requirements. DFARS -207.170-2 Definitions. “Consolidation of contract requirements” means the use of a solicitation to obtain offers for a single contract or a multiple award contract to satisfy two or more requirement
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