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(Revised April 20, 2015)
(b) Allow at least 45 days response time when requested by a qualifying or designated country source (as these terms are used in Part 225) and the request is consistent with the Government's requirement.
(S-70) When using competitive procedures, if a solicitation allowed fewer than 30 days for receipt of offers and resulted in only one offer, the contracting officer shall resolicit, allowing an additional period of at least 30 days for receipt of offers, except as provided in 215.371-4 and 215.371-5.
(a) When a proposed acquisition is funded entirely using DoD funds and potentially involves bundling, the contracting officer shall, at least 30 days prior to the release of a solicitation or 30 days prior to placing an order without a solicitation, publish in FedBizOpps.gov (or any successor site) a notification of the intent to bundle the requirement. In addition, if the agency has determined that measurably substantial benefits are expected to be derived as a result of bundling, the notification shall include a brief description of those benefits (see FAR 7.107).
(b) This requirement is in addition to the notification requirements at FAR 10.001(c)(2)(i) and (ii).
Follow the procedures at PGI 206.302-1(d) prior to soliciting a proposal without providing for full and open competition under the authority at FAR 6.302-1.
(a)(i) For numbering synopsis notices, follow the procedures at PGI 205.207(a)(i).
(d) For special notices for small business events, follow the procedures at PGI 205.207(d).
(Revised October 1, 2015)
(a)(S-70) Synopsis of exceptions to domestic source requirements.
(i) In accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2533a(k), contracting officers also must synopsize through the GPE, awards exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold thatare for the acquisition of any clothing, fiber, yarn, or fabric items described in 225.7002-1(a)(1)(ii) through (x), if—
(A) The Secretary concerned has determined that domestic items are not available, in accordance with 225.7002-2(b); or
(B) The acquisition is for chemical warfare protective clothing, and the contracting officer has determined that an exception to domestic source requirements applies because the acquisition furthers an agreement with a qualifying country, in accordance with 225.7002-2(n).
(ii) The synopsis must be submitted in sufficient time to permit its publication not later than 7 days after contract award.
(iii) In addition to the information otherwise required in a synopsis of contract award, the synopsis must include one of the following statements as applicable:
(A) The exception at DFARS 225.7002-2(b) applies to this acquisition, because the Secretary concerned has determined that items grown, reprocessed, reused, or produced in the United States cannot be acquired as and when needed in satisfactory quality and sufficient quantity at U.S. market prices.
(B) The exception at DFARS 225.7002-2(n) applies to this acquisition, because the contracting officer has determined that this acquisition of chemical warfare protective clothing furthers an agreement with a qualifying country identified in DFARS 225.003(10).
(a) Public Announcement.
(i) The threshold for DoD awards is $7 million. Report all contractual actions,including modifications, that have a face value, excluding unexercised options, of morethan $7 million.
(A) For undefinitized contractual actions, report the not-to-exceed (NTE)amount. Later, if the definitized amount exceeds the NTE amount by more than $7million, report only the amount exceeding the NTE.
(B) For indefinite delivery, time and material, labor hour, and similarcontracts, report the initial award if the estimated face value, excluding unexercisedoptions, is more than $7 million. Do not report orders up to the estimated value, butafter the estimated value is reached, report subsequent modifications and orders thathave a face value of more than $7 million.
(C) Do not report the same work twice.
(ii) Departments and agencies submit the information—
(A) To the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs);
(B) By the close of business the day before the date of the proposed award;
(C) Using report control symbol DD-LA-(AR) 1279;
(D) Including, as a minimum, the following—
(1) Contract data. Contract number, modification number, or delivery order number, face value of this action, total cumulative face value of the contract, description of what is being bought, contract type, whether any of the buy was for foreign military sales (FMS) and identification of the FMS customer;
(2) Competition information. Number of solicitations mailed and number of offers received;
(3) Contractor data. Name, address, and place of performance (if significant work is performed at a different location);
(4) Funding data. Type of appropriation and fiscal year of the funds, and whether the contract is multiyear (see FAR Subpart 17.1); and
(5) Miscellaneous data. Identification of the contracting office, the contracting office point of contact, known congressional interest, and the information release date.
(iii) Departments and agencies, in accordance with department/agency procedures and concurrent with the public announcement, shall provide information similar to that required by paragraph (a)(ii) of this section to members of Congress in whose State or district the contractor is located and the work is to be performed.
(Revised June 25, 2013)
Use the clause at 252.205-7000, Provision of Information to Cooperative Agreement Holders, in solicitations and contracts, including solicitations and contracts using FAR part 12 procedures for the acquisition of commercial items, that are expected to exceed $1,000,000. This clause implements 10 U.S.C. 2416.
(Revised November 01, 2004)
(a) Newspapers. Heads of contracting activities are delegated authority to approve the publication of paid advertisements in newspapers.