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Federal RFP Policy

Acquisition Policies, Directives, Regulations

FAR Subpart 12.6 Streamlined Procedures for Evaluation and Solicitation for Commercial Items - FAR 13.106-1 Soliciting Competition - FAR Subpart 14.2 Solicitation of Bids - FAR 15.203 Requests for Proposals - FAR Subpart 18.2 Emergency Acquisition Flexibilities - FAR Subpart 37.6 Performance-Based Acquisition.


Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act

Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 (FASA) Pub. L. No. 103-355, 108 Stat. 3243; see also 10 U.S.C. § 2323 which contains language similar to FASA for the Department of Defense (DoD), NASA and the Coast Guard. In this legislation, Congress extended the affirmative action authority granted DoD by 10 U.S.C. § 2323 to all agencies of the federal government. See 15 U.S.C. § 644 note. Regulations to implement that authority were delayed because of the decision in Adarand Constructors v. Peña, 515 U.S. 200 (1995). See 60 Fed. Reg. 48,258 (September 18, 1995). See 61 Fed. Reg. 26,042 (May 23, 1996) (proposed reforms to affirmative action in federal procurement) for the basis for the regulations to implement this provision of FASA. See 62 Fed. Reg. 25,648 (May 9, 1997) for government response to comments on the proposal, and 62 Fed. Reg. 25,786 (May 9, 1997) (proposed rules), 63 Fed. Reg. 35,719 (June 30, 1998) (interim rules), and 63 Fed. Reg. 36,120 (July 1, 1998) (interim rules), Federal Acquisition Regulation, Reform of Affirmative Action in Federal Procurement addressing the General Services Administration (GSA), NASA, and DoD.

Acquisition Plan in FAR 7.105

An acquisition plan may have numerous elements as listed in FAR 7.105; depending upon the estimated cost of the acquisition, these elements include: (Statement of need and background) (Applicable conditions) (Cost) (Life cycle costs if applicable) (Capability or performance) (Delivery or performance requirements) (Tradeoffs – expected consequences of tradeoffs among cost, capability and schedule) (Milestone chart depicting acquisition objectives) (Plan of action) (Potential sources) (Competition plan) (Source selection procedures) (Acquisition considerations) (Potential Government furnished information, equipment or services) (Contract administration issues)(Security and/or force protection considerations) (Budgeting and funding) (Product or service description) (Logistics considerations) (Environmental considerations) (Participants in acquisition plan preparation (including source selection committee).

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Service Contracts

Special rules apply to service contracts - must be performance based. Performance based acquisition simply put is: WHAT, not HOW; MEASURABLE OUTCOMES. FAR 37.102 and FAR Subpart 37.6 describes performance based methods, which are to be used for service contracts to the maximum extent practicable. FAR 37.601 has specific requirements for performance work statements (PWS) for service contracts requiring performance based standards. Agency supplements also require performance based acquisitions. See e.g., DFARS 237.170 Approval of contracts and task orders for services; DFARS 237.170-2 Approval requirements. Performance Based Service Acquisition (PBSA) is a process and way of defining requirements that yields well written work statements that are measurable, outcome oriented – thus enforceable. Deming/Six SIGMA style quality assessments and process analysis very useful in writing performance work statements. PBSA and good contracting in general is highly dependent on doing your background research and market research. Would you go into battle without bothering to do recon and intelligence gathering? NO! Same principle applies in PBSA.

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