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Task Order

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Federal Register :: Federal Acquisition Regulation: Task- and Delivery-Order Protests

DoD, GSA, and NASA are issuing a final rule amending the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to implement a section of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 to raise the threshold for task-and delivery-order protests Continue reading

Claim Under VA FSS Task Order Should Have Gone To GSA

It’s a well-known aspect of federal contracting: if a contractor wishes to formally dispute a matter of contract performance, the contractor should file a claim with the contracting officer. Continue reading

SDVOSB Task Order Eligibility: SBA OHA Provides Some Clarity

If an SDVOSB was eligible at the time of its initial offer for a multiple-award contract, the SDVOSB ordinarily retains its eligibility for task and delivery orders issued under that contract, unless a contracting officer requests a new SDVOSB certification in connection with a particular order. Source: SDVOSB Task Order Eligibility: SBA OHA Provides Some … Continue reading

Agency Erred in Issuing an Out-of-Scope Task Order

An agency’s task order award was improper because the order was outside the scope of the underlying IDIQ contract. Continue reading

GAO’s Jurisdiction Over Most Civilian Task Order Protests Has Expired

The GAO’s jurisdiction to hear most protests in connection with task and delivery order awards under civilian multiple award IDIQs has expired. Continue reading

e-Course: What You Don’t Know (About Codes and Contracts) Can Hurt You!

Just imagine for one second that some or a lot of what you know about government contracting is, well… wrong? This e-course will likely take your current understanding of some govcon facts and turn them on their head! Continue reading

GAO Task Order Protest Jurisdiction Ends September 30, 2016

After September 30, 2016, unsuccessful offerors will lose the ability to challenge some task order awards issued by civilian agencies. Continue reading

Small Business Status And Task Orders: GAO Provides Some Clarity – SmallGovCon

In a recent bid protest decision, the GAO and SBA both weighed in on the question of small business size status for task order competitions, providing some helpful clarity on this often-confusing topic. Source: Small Business Status And Task Orders: GAO Provides Some Clarity – SmallGovCon

Follow The Money, Small Federal Contractors.

Quite a few small companies burn a lot of time and money pursuing ghost opportunities. You know, one’s that are not really there, for them. Government contracting is hard enough without chasing myths. Keep it simple. Follow the money. Continue reading