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  1. Hello--I am getting pushback about this approach that we are planning in our upcoming procurement. I am seeking guidance to assist in my own pushback, or to take another route. Scenario: Contractor to provide services in different areas (some quite remote) to stated PWS standard. This will be FFP for annual services to maintain stated areas to standard. Here is where the pushback comes in: We are asking for a unit price (not a CLIN) from each offeror to be used as reference (future negotiation for mod?) should an area be found "not to standard" when contractor first begins services. I wanted to make this contract a combi, with IDIQ, but I did not have estimated quantities or guaranteed minimum so got pushback from the CO on that, too. So, this was my plan B. I am still getting pushback but no assistance. Any advice? I will appreciate whatever advice I get. -EB
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