Tzarina of Compliance Posted March 13 Report Share Posted March 13 Hello all: Not able to find the answer for this question. Went through CPARs guide, all the training, the agency's own policy, and the FAR 42. Situation: New contractor. First direct contract with USG. The contractor failed to understand the CPAR process and never commented on negative CPAR. CPAR was finalized (final for the entire contract). The notifications went to an employee who was no longer with the company. Contractor totally at fault, but the CPAR was in bad faith and the rating was inconsistent with all the other action by the Government, including paying full fee (CPFF Completion) for "satisfactory" performance. The contractor can not dispute since they failed to respond within the timelines but is appealing to the agency. Question: is there a way under any circumstances where the agency is able (i.e. is such an action even allowed) to withdraw a finalized CPAR from the system to revise? Would this be only a Procurement Executive level decision? Thank you for any insights. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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