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DANIEL CARRASCO Chief, Contracting Division Los Angeles District November 02, 2010. Understanding the Federal Procurement Process. SAME Orange County Federal Business Symposium. Need Identified Study Authorized by Congress Research/Feasibility Funding Limitations & Estimates

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    1. DANIEL CARRASCO Chief, Contracting Division Los Angeles District November 02, 2010 Understanding the Federal Procurement Process SAME Orange County Federal Business Symposium

    2. Need Identified Study Authorized by Congress Research/Feasibility Funding Limitations & Estimates Cost Sharing Agreements Congress Authorizes design/construct The Process

    3. Types of Contracts • Architect- Engineer (Design, CM Services) • Construction • Design-Build • Service • Firm Fixed Price • Request for Proposals (RFP) - Negotiated • Invitation for Bid (IFB) – Price Only

    4. Brooks Act FAR and DFARS AFARS EFARS Engineering Policies & Other Regulations Corps acts as CM for specific clients such as AF, VA, etc. Federal Procurement Laws and Regulations

    5. Full & Open Competition Set-Aside Programs: 8(a), SB, Hub Zone, SDVOB, WO Stand-alone Procurements Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contracts: MATOC, DB MATOC, POCCA Best Value: Trade-off vs. Lowest Price Technically Acceptable Procurement Methods

    6. Formal acquisition process for actions greater than $150,000.00 Determine best contracting method based on complexity, ability to perform work, Small Business requirements, location …”using the right and best tool available” Ensure decisions on contracting method take into consideration input from customer, Small Business Deputy, Project Manager and Contracting representative PDT members Acquisition Planning Process

    7. Sources Sought or Market Survey Solicitation Receive Bids/Proposals Evaluation Selection Pre-Award Survey Subcontracting Plan for Large Business Award Acquisition Planning Process

    8. Simplified Acquisition (< $150K) 1 – 20 Days Sealed Bids 60 – 90 Days Negotiated 8(a) 45 – 60 Days POCCA Task Order 30 – 45 Days DB-MATOC (RFP Trade Off) 120 – 140 Days DB-MATOC (RFP LPTA) 90 – 120 Days A-E Contract Award 130 – 150 Days A-E Task Orders 30 – 45 Days Acquisition Lead Times

    9. Federal Business Opportunities

    10. Central Contractor Registration (CCR)

    11. Contracting Opportunities:Military

    12. Civil Works Program

    13. Other Contracting Opportunities

    14. Chief, Contracting Division – Daniel Carrasco 213/452-3229 Deputy Chief, Contracting Division – CPT Chris Hetz 213/452-3232 Chief, East Region Branch – Sandra Oliver-Hall 213/542-3244 Chief, West Region Branch – Tina A Frazier 213/542-3252 Points of Contact

    15. Small Business Specialist – Mary Spencer ` 213/452-3938 California Area Office – Harold Hartman 661/265-7222 Arizona/Nevada Area Office - Julie Martinez 602/640-2018 Military Programs – Debra Ford 213/452-3979 Points of Contact

    16. Questions?