GWAC Ordering Procedures Overview. Six Easy Ordering Steps. Receive the requirement Develop acquisition plan and strategy Prepare and issue RFP/RFQ Receive proposals/quotes Evaluate proposals/quotes and recommend award Issue task order. Step 1 – Receive the requirement.
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-Cornerstone of MA/IDIQ contracts
- Contracting Officer must:
**Exception: 8(a) contracts up to $3 million
Exceptions to Fair Opportunity (FAR 16.505(b)(2))
2. Specialization – Only one contractor is capable of providing service at the required level, because services order are unique or specialize
3. Efficiency & Economy – Order must be issued on sole-source basis, because it is a logical follow on to an order already issued
4. Minimum guarantee – Necessary to place an order to satisfy a contract minimum