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In this case the government mistakenly did not exercise an option year for an ID/IQ contract, the services are required and existing task orders are outstanding. Is there a precedent for exercising the option say 6 months late?

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If you did not exercise the option, then the contract has expired and you no longer have an option to exercise. You might be able to persuade the contractor to let you do it, but then you have to face the possibility that someone will protest that you have conducted a new procurement without competition. I don't know how such a protest might turn out.

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In this case the government mistakenly did not exercise an option year for an ID/IQ contract, the services are required and existing task orders are outstanding. Is there a precedent for exercising the option say 6 months late?

Thanks, Vern

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