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  1. We submitted a small business plan under an IDIQ soliciation. The plan was accepted at time of award, and it listed all of our proposed subs., their size and NAICS. The Agency provides disaster relief so in order to reduce bureaucracy, a blanket statement was added to the IDIQ that no new subs need to be be consented to unless they exceed $500k. A waiver is provided for consent in other words. However, it seems we are being requested to revise our small business sub plan every time we propose a new sub. at the task order level. How often can we add subs and revise small business plans under an IDIQ?? Because the nature of work is unknown, we identify new small business subs across the country all the time (in order to meet our goals). It would seem to me that revisions of plans (to add subs--not revise goals), can get rather tedious. I guess as long as the CO is willing to do the revisions, we might as well update the sub plan each time. Is it me or is there something wrong with this picture?