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  1. I have a question regarding a recently posted RFP for a multiple award, ID/IQ. I believe my question is related to a WIFCON post from 2012, so I wanted to included it here: However, there are a few differences 1. This is a multiple award ID/IQ with a Full and Open suite and a Small Business set aside suite. (LPTA) 2. Instead of the Agency providing a sample task order or estimated quantities with the RFP as a baseline, the offeror is to provide labor rates (on/off site) for a set number of Labor Categories (provided by the Agency). Then, the Agency is going to apply estimated labors hours for each year of contract performance to each offeror's labor rate/category based on site location. The estimated labor hours used for evaluation purposes will not be provided to the offerors until after award. Question: Is this method of evaluation considered reasonable? The offeror doesn't know what it's total evaluated price will be until after award is made.
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