1522-C Contract Award_FY17_Student.pptx

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CO N TR A CT AW A R D 1522-C 1
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O bjectives TLO: Given access to online resources, identify the policies and procedures for making contract awards. Identify the general standards for determining the responsibility of prospective contractors. (115.2.8.2) Identify the policy for contract pricing . (115.2.6) Identify the policies and procedures for making notifications of award . Identify the policies and procedures for conducting debriefings . (115.2.7.3 and 115.2.8.5) Identify the policies and procedures for publicizing contract awards . (115.2.8) 2
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General Standards of Responsibility A prospective contractor is determined to be responsible after looking at factors such as : Financial status Capacity to meet delivery schedule Past performance Ethics (check Federal Awardee Performance and Integrity Information System (FAPIIS) Organization, accounting and operational controls Production, construction, etc. equipment See FAR Subpart 9.1 3
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General Standards of Responsibility Preaward Survey performed by DCMA normally requested when the contracting officer needs more information to make a determination regarding responsibility. DFARS 209.104-1 Responsibility Standards re. Ownership or control by the government of a terrorist country. 4
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Responsibility A prospective contractor shall not be determined responsible or non-responsible solely on the basis of a lack of relevant performance history To assist you in determining responsibility : Contractor responsibility and
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