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Research & Development 2007 (R&D 2007)
Amendment 5

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Solicitation No. 52-SOBC-2-00001
Amendment No. 5


The purpose of this amendment is to delete in Section L, Paragraph L.24.2 regarding the use of voluntary down-select process; to revise the format for the oral presentations in Section L, Paragraph L.25.1 and to add to M.2.2.2, that the Government reserves the right to conduct discussions as defined in the FAR at the technical area level.

  1. Section L, Paragraph L.24.2 Oral Presentation

    Deletion of Paragraph L.24.2

  2. Section L, Paragraph L.25.1 Oral Presentation Format

    To Revise Format for Oral Presentation

        FROM:

    1. The format for the oral presentations will be as follows:

    Presentation 1 hour
    Question & Answers 20 mins.
    Break 20 mins.
    Sample Task presentation 20 mins.
    Offeror Preparation of sample task 30 mins.
    Offeror Presentation of sample task 30 mins.

        TO:

    1. The format for the oral presentations will be as follows:

    Presentation 1 hour
    Break 20 mins.
    Question & Answers 20 mins.
    Sample Task presentation 20 mins.
    Offeror Preparation of sample task 30 mins.
    Offeror Presentation of sample task 30 mins.

  • Section M, Paragraph M.2.2.1 Discussions

    Revision of Paragraph to add that the Government reserves the right to conduct discussions, as defined in the FAR, at the technical area level.

        FROM:

    M.2.2.1 DISCUSSIONS

    The Government intends to award contracts based on initial offers received without discussion of such offers. Accordingly, it is strongly suggested that each initial offer should be submitted on the most favorable price and technical terms that the offeror can submit to the Government. The Government does reserve the right to conduct discussions with the Offerors. The discussions may include all aspects of the proposal. At any point in the evaluation process the Government may communicate with Offerors.

        TO:

    M.2.2.1 DISCUSSIONS

    The Government intends to award contracts based on initial offers received without discussion of such offers. Accordingly, it is strongly suggested that each initial offer should be submitted on the most favorable price and technical terms that the offeror can submit to the Government. The Government does reserve the right to conduct discussions with the Offerors. The discussions may include all aspects of the proposal. At any point in the evaluation process the Government may communicate with Offerors. The Government reserves the right to conduct discussions, as defined in the FAR, at the technical area level.



    Source: U.S. Census Bureau
    Acquisition Division

    Last revised: October 15, 2012