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  1. SF 1449 Block 29

    I am seeking clarification on the completion of Block 29. Per Block 29: "Award of Contract: ____________ Offer Dated _________. Your offer on solicitation (Block 5), including any additions or changes which are set forth herein, is accepted as to items:______________." My thought process is as follows: 1. Purchase Order are not contracts. 2. Quotations in response to Purchase Orders are not "accepted" by the government as the government is making the offer with the award of a Purchase Order which then has to be "accepted" by the Contractor. 3. The SF1449 lists both Contract and Purchase Order in Block 27b but does not list Purchase Order in Block 29. All the above leads me to concur that Block 29 is for Contracts in which the Contractor is making an offer that is accepted by the Government and does not speak to purchase orders. I have searched for instructions for the SF 1449 and found an outdated DOD copy which simply uses the term "contract." Does anyone know if there are more recent instructions? How do others interpret this? Do you complete the Block 29 for Purchase Orders as well as Contracts?
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