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  1. Looking for some assistance and advice. i am a COR working for the DoD - Army. i am currently advising a fellow COR on a contract in which laptops are issued to the contractor. The laptops are hand receipted to a GS 14/15 and then were given to the contractors to use. The laptops are used for official business and are with the contractors at all times. These laptops weren't issued via a dd-1149 nor are any inventories being done. i don't believe the contractor even knows how many they have. the following clauses are within the contract. 52.245-1 52.245-9 52.245.2 252.245-7001 252.245-7002 252.245-7003 252.245-7004 i know that my fellow COR will have to issue a dd-1149 but do these laptops need to go into a APSR? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Dave T,
  2. FAR 45.201(c) states, "The solicitation shall describe the evaluation procedures to be followed, including rnetal charges or equivalents and other costs or savings to be evaluated" and shall require all offerors to submit information with their offers listing all "Government property" that the offeror or its subcontractors propose ot use on "rent-free basis." FAR 45.202(a) requires the Contracting Officer to "consider any potentially unfair competitive advantage that may result from an offeror or contractor possessing Government property" and "This shall be done by adjusting the offers by applying, for evaluation purposes only, a rental equivalent evaluation factor, as specified in FAR 52.245-9." QUESTION: Does anybody have an example of how this "rental equivalent evaluation factor" is evaluated for, where the solicitation involves a requirement for contractor services, where it is possible for the offeror or contractor's employees to be offered to work in the federal agency building - so using government-furnished cubicles, work stations, phones, paper, furniture, electricity, etc. - and where the solicitation also allows for offerors to submit proposals that propose their employees working offsite? How would an agency evaluate these proposals so it could compare apples-to-apples?
  3. Question: In the context of FAR Part 45 and proper disposition of government property upon task completion, how should the contractor account for and dispose of the remnants of incidental construction "modifications" (fencing, etc.) to a leased space/facilty? Background: Contractor has been tasked to provide services on a cost reimbursable contract for which a facility lease is required (deemed incidental to the services). The costs for lease, maintenance, and "modifications" to the facility were proposed and direct charged to the task. In order to render the facility suitable for the services to be performed in the facility, modifications were required on the leased premises, such as an exterior fence (for security); roll-up doors (for large vehicles), concrete and asphalt work, electrical wiring, compressed air, etc..
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