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DoD releases new Source Selection Procedures

If you have not seen the new DoD Source Selection Procedures (SSP) that were issued on March 31, 2016, then you will want to review this copy (click to download). There are some important changes that will affect how you compete to win negotiated procurements. Here are some of the highlights. The new procedures will apply to all negotiated procurements (FAR Part 15) with an expected contract value of $10M or greater. While there are some exceptions, such as Federal Supply Schedule buys, commercial items, and Architect-Engineer Services, use of the procedures is now encouraged on multiple award contracts for orders greater than $10M. For acquisitions with a total contract value of $100M or greater, the Agency head shall appoint an individual other than the Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO) to be the Source Selection Authority (SSA), thereby removing responsibility for source selection from the procurement office and placing it in … Continue reading DoD releases new Source Selection Procedures

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