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In Negotiated Procurements under FAR Part 15, What’s the Difference Between LPTA and Tradeoff?

In the source selection process known as Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA), price is the most significant evaluation factor in the procurement.  The technical aspects of a proposed supply or service are well-defined and noncomplex.  A proposed solution found to meet the requiring activity’s minimum needs can be evaluated on a noncomparative basis of “acceptable”

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Paralegal Position for 2021

Hello, 2021! We’re ready for the new year! We’re a new, upscale boutique law office in North Pole seeking an independent, highly organized, super motivated self-starter to join our growing team in 2021 as a part-time paralegal / legal assistant. This position cannot be performed remotely. You’ll need strong oral and written communications skills and a proficiency

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Federal Contractors: Get ready for DoD’s CMMC.

Business concerns working with the Federal Government typically must store government information on their information technology (IT) systems as required to perform the contract.  Doing so imposes a number of contractual obligations upon the contractor to protect and safeguard “federal contract information” (FCI) or “controlled unclassified information” (CUI) from cyber attacks or other data security

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Department of Defense Class Deviation: DARS 2020-O0013 Implementing CARES Act Section 3610 – Federal Contractor Authority

As predicted, on April 8, 2020, the DOD issued a class deviation with implementing instructions to contracting officers regarding section 3610 of the CARES Act.  Section 3610 allows appropriated funds to be used to modify the terms and conditions of existing contracts to reimburse contractors for allowable costs incurred keeping its work force in a

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