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In a GSA Federal Supply Schedule Contractor Team Arrangement (CTA), who bills the customer?
Invoicing and payment are areas that should be addressed in the CTA. Many times, an agency will want to receive one invoice. In such cases, …
How do I tell if I have a current digital certificate?
If you have a valid digital cert for the eOffer/eMod sytem, you will see either ORC ACES or DST ACES. To check in Mozilla Fire …
What's the purpose of the new legislation?
The purpose of the Recovery Act is to create and save jobs, jumpstart our economy, and build the foundation for long-term economic growth. The Act …
What agency is responsible for size and SDVOSB protests?
All questions about a firm’s service-disabled veteran-owned size status must be referred to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) for resolution (see Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Â§19.307(h). …
What cost or pricing information does GSA require to establish a GSA Schedule contract? If cost or pricing information is used as the basis for award of a GSA Schedule contract, do ordering offices need this information to establish GSA Schedule BPAs?
GSA evaluates GSA Schedule offers in accordance with procedures in the FAR and the General Services Administration Acquisition Manual (GSAM). GSA Contracting Officers determine that …
Can the SBA protest a contracting officer's decision not to award a contract opportunity to a qualified HUBZone small business?
Yes. The SBA’s Administrator may file a written request for re-consideration of the contracting officer’s decision with the Secretary of the Department, or Agency head.