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  1. Thanks, Todd. This acquisition will be well below SAT, and well below $25K for that matter, so I won't have to synopsis. That's also good because I would like to solicit only contractors local to that area so that mobilization is more feasible when they are given notice, not to mention, prices would likely be lower with local firms anyhow. Good point on having the successful offeror sign the PO. I've been a bit pidgeon-holed in recent years as far as contracting goes; I administer services contracts and only perform procurements maybe once or twice a year, and they're multi-million dolla
  2. Hello fellow 1102'ers, I just wanted to reach out to everyone and see if I can get some ideas... I have to be somewhat vague about this procurement due to its nature (not classified), but I'll be as specific as I can be. I have a customer in the field who is a building manager... one of the tenant agencies requires temporary security bollards around the building (crowd control barriers, rented). The issue is that we don't know exactly when they will need them, and the requiring agency can't divulge it at this time due to the unique nature of their work... the need for these barriers revol
  3. Thanks for your reply... no proposal is necessary, as all labor rates and materials costs are negotiated prior to award of the BPA, and the scope of basic services is clearly defined up-front. Additional services are necessary from time-to-time (for services such as boiler repair, window washing, etc.), and when that occurs, individual calls are issued for specific tasks. It's pretty much assumed by both parties that the call orders for basic, routine o&m services will be issued annually.
  4. Good morning all, This is my second go-around typing this post, as my first attempt was somehow completely deleted just before I had a chance to post? ugh! So, take 2? I?m administering a BPA for operations & maintenance (o&m) services for facilities in my agency?s (not DOD) region; I inherited the BPA earlier this year. It was awarded as a 10-year BPA, and doesn?t include options (BPA expires in 2020). Typically BPAs/contracts don?t exceed 5 years; however, in the past, my agency allowed for BPAs to extend for 10, even 15 years. I?m going to explain my little hang-up, and hopefully a
  5. Good afternoon all, I've had a username for quite a while it appears, however, I don't believe I've posted here. I'm a somewhat regular visitor to these forums, and find the input/opinions from other users helpful. I have a question I would like some members to weigh in on. It pertains to fixed-price building services contracts (recurring services for O&M and/or Custodial). They are all performance-based, and include criteria for taking deductions. The issue at hand in my organization is whether a contract modification should also be completed with each deduction. For example, we have vaca
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