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  1. Hi, I've been looking at a lot of bid abstracts for sales to components of the DoD where the winning bid will have a unit amount and per unit price that pushes the contract up over the $150,000 SAP threshold. However, the procurement history and some of the bid abstracts indicate that the unit amount is revised downward to keep the contract under $150,000. That revision keeps the contract under the SAP. I've also seen other instances where larger contracts are broken up into a series of smaller contracts to all stay under $150,000.00. Who modifies these contracts like this? Is there a consequence for going over the SAP? Or is it just more work for the contracting officer?