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  1. Awesome! I have been researching all the information you have been providing. I have another question but I am afraid that it will provide too much details of the acquisition. Is there any way we can discuss it in a private forum?
  2. Awesome! I have been researching all the information you have been providing.
  3. Thank you very much. I have done internet search and have read GAO cases on responsibility determination and COC. However, I appreciate all the extra help you are providing me. I will take a look at the references you provided. This is really helpful. This is my first time writing a nonresponsibility determination for a SB. So your advice is really helping me realize other angles I had not considered before in writing my determination. I read the FAR and GAO cases. But, the reality is that there are things that are not said in the FAR: they are only learned by experience.
  4. Thank you. I did not write the CPARS. It was done by someone else within my Agency. The rating was UNACCEPTABLE for all evaluated criteria.
  5. Can you share any sanitized examples of the determinations of nonresponsibility and COC referreral you have written?
  6. Thank you very much for your advice. This is really good information. I will make sure the nonresponsibility is well documented. Do you have any sanitized examples you can share?
  7. Thank you for your comments. Thank you. I totally agree with you. Are there any ways to prevent the SBA to issue a COC with such a bad performance?
  8. A solicitation was conducted as a small business set aside for non-commercial repair effort using the LPTA process. The solicitation included past performance as an evaluation factor. The solicitation requested contractors to submit performance information for 3 previous contract, which was going to be evaluated for recency and relevancy. The solicitation also stated that the Government may use other sources including CPARS to evaluate past performance. In addition, the solicitation stated that the contracting officer was going to award to a responsible offeror per FAR Part 9. The L
  9. Here is a little bit more background to my initial question: A CPFF completion TO was awarded with O&M funds for one year. COR requests a POP extension for 6 additional months at no additional cost to the Gov due to Gov delays and weather issues. The COR says that, since the TO was completion, the contractor is required to complete the work. Scenario 1 - The POP extension is requested right before the TO POP expires at the end of the year. Scenario 2 - The POP extension is requested right after the TO award. Leadership says that the first scenario is possible but the s
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