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BPA FAQs

Are MAS/BPAs being used in place of the IDIQ government-wide acquisition contracts like Desktop V, with decentralized ordering by several agencies?

A BPA should not be used to establish a government-wide IDIQ. Multiple agencies may, however, consolidate their requirements in an effort to obtain better discounts …

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Contractor Teaming FAQs

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, …

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Contractor Teaming FAQs

My team member's rates/prices are much higher than mine. Can I charge my team member's rates/prices instead of mine?

No. A contractor may only charge the rates/prices that have been awarded under the company’s GSA Federal Supply Schedule contract. The same holds true for …

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HUBZone FAQs

Will small businesses participating in the SBA?s 8(a) Business Development Program that are already in or relocate to a HUBZone area be eligible to receive both 8(a) and HUBZone contracting opportunities?

Yes. This dual status can be quite beneficial, so a firm that has one designation and legitimately qualifies for the other is strongly urged to …

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Digital faqs

How long does it take after the signed and notarized certificate is received by your department to be able to submit a contract proposal, electronically?

It takes approximately 2 to 3 weeks to receive your certificate.

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arra faqa

Is the spending data on recovery.gov available in a format (like XML) that developers can use to create mashups and gadgets?

Not at this time. But, as new systems are developed to capture the allocations and expenditures under the Act, we plan to make that data …

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