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No If yes, give name and address of the agenсу:

ment and do not include release time (1.e., holiday, vacation, etc.).

(b) Distribution of level of effort. Proposals must utilize the labor categories and distribution of the level of effort specified below:

Basic quantity

Optional quantity

Date of last pre-award audit review by a Government agency:

(If the answer is no, data supporting the proposed rates must accompany the cost or price proposal. A breakdown of the items comprising overhead and G&A must be furnished.)

(0) Cost estimating is performed by:
Accounting Department
Contracting Department
Other (describe)

(p) Has system of control of Government property been approved by a Government agency? Yes

No If yes, give name and address of the agency:

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(q) Purchasing Procedures:
Are purchasing procedures written?
Yes

No
Has the purchasing system been approved
by a Government agency?
Yes

No If yes, give name and address of the agenсу:

(r) Does the offeror have an established written incentive compensation or bonus plan? Yes

No

Professional Level IV:

Base Period
Option Period I
Option Period II
Option Period III

Option Period IV Professional Level III:

Base Period
Option Period I
Option Period II
Option Period III

Option Period IV Professional Level II:

Base Period
Option Period I
Option Period II
Option Period I

Option Period IV
Professional Level I:

Base Period
Option Period I
Option Period II
Option Period III

Option Period IV
Technical Level III:

Base Period Option Period I Option Period II Option Period III

Option Period IV Technical Level II:

Base Period
Option Period I
Option Period II
Option Period III

Option Period IV Technical Level I:

Base Period
Option Period I
Option Period II
Option Period III
Option Period IV

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452.215_75 Definition of Labor Classi

fications. As prescribed in 415.407(e), insert a provision substantially as follows: DEFINITION OF LABOR CLASSIFICATIONS (FEB

1988) Offerors shall use the following labor classifications in preparing their technical and cost proposals.

(a) Definition of labor classifications. The direct labor hours appearing below are for professionals and technicians only. These hours do not include management at a level higher than the project management and clerical support staff at a level lower than technician. If it is the contractor's normal practice to charge these types of personnel as a direct cost, the proposal must include them along with an estimate of the directly chargeable staff-hours for these personnel. If this type of effort is normally included in indirect cost allocations, no estimate is required. However, direct charging of indirect costs on any resulting contract will not be allowed. Additionally, the hours below are the workable hours required by the Govern

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Basic quantity

Optional quantity

Total quantity

Contractor may submit a voucher for the earned award fee. Available award fee not earned during one period does not carry over to subsequent periods.

Option Period

III Option Period

IV

(End of clause) *Contracting Officer shall insert appropriate number of months.

**Contracting Officer shall insert appropriate date.

452.216-71 Base Fee and Award Fee

Proposal. As prescribed in 416.405, insert the following provision:

(c) When identifying individuals assigned to the project, the proposal must specify in which of the above categories the identified individual belongs. the contractor proposes an average rate for a company classification, the proposal must identify the professional or technical level within which each company category falls.

(d) The proposal shall also include Standard Forms 1411 for each of the following:

(1) A summary proposal for the total contract period

(2) For each contract period:
(1) A summary proposal
(ii) A proposal for the basic quantity

(iii) A proposal of hours for the op tion quantity

BASE FEE AND AWARD FEE PROPOSAL (FEB

1988)

For the purpose of this solicitation, offerors shall propose a base fee of percent of the total estimated cost proposed. The award fee shall not exceed

percent of the total estimated cost.

(End of provision)

(End of provision) *Contracting Officer shall insert appropriate percentages.

452.215–76 Postaward Conference.

As prescribed in 415.1070, insert a clause substantially as follows:

POST AWARD CONFERENCE (FEB 1988) A post award conference with the successful offeror is required. It will be scheduled and held within 15 days after the date of contract award. The conference will be held at:

452.216-72 Evaluation Quantities-In

definite Delivery Contract. As prescribed in 416.505, (a), insert a provision substantially as follows:

EVALUATION QUANTITIES—INDEFINITE

DELIVERY CONTRACT (FEB 1988) To evaluate offers for award purposes, the Government will apply the offeror's proposed fixed-prices/rates to the estimated quantities included in the solicitation, and will add other direct costs if applicable.

(End of clause) *Contracting Officer shall insert appropriate address.

(End of provision)

452.216-73 Minimum and Maximum

Contract Amounts. As prescribed in 416.505(b), insert the following clause:

452.216-70 Award Fee.

As prescribed in 416.405, insert a clause substantially as follows:

AWARD FEE (FEB 1988) The amount of award fee the Contractor earns, if any, is based on a subjective evaluation by the Government of the quality of the Contractor's performance in accordance with the award fee plan. The Government will determine the amount of award fee every

months beginning with The Fee Determination Official (FDO) will unilaterally determine the amount of award fee. The FDO's determination will be in writing to the Contractor and is not subject to the “Disputes" clause. The Government may unilaterally change the award fee plan at any time and will provide such changes in writing to the Contractor prior to the beginning of the applicable evaluation period. The

MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM CONTRACT AMOUNTS

(FEB 1988) During the period specified in FAR clause 52.216-18, ORDERING, the Government shall place orders totalling a minimum of but not in excess of

(End of clause) *Contracting Officer shall insert appropriate quantity or dollar amounts.

452.216-74 Ceiling Price.

As prescribed in 416.670, insert the following clause:

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(4) If this contract contains “not to exceed amounts" for elements of other direct costs (ODC), those amounts are increased as follows:

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OPTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE CON

TRACT_COST-PLUS-FIXED-FEE CONTRACT (FEB 1988)

(a) The Government has the option to extend the term of this contract for the additional period(s) indicated in paragraph (b)(1) of this clause. If more than 60 days remain in the contract period of performance, the Government, without prior written notification, may exercise this option by issuing a contract modification. To exercise this option within the last 60 days of the period of performance, the Government must provide to the Contractor written notification prior to that last 60-day period. This preliminary notification does not commit the Government to exercising the option.

(b) Exercise of an option will result in the following contract modifications:

(1) The “Period of Performance" clause (452.212–73) is modified for each respective option period as follows:

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Option Period I
Option Period II
Option Period III
Option Period IV

*Contracting Officer shall insert number for additional period(s), as well as dates, quantities, and amounts in paragraphs (a) through (d).

(2) Paragraph (a) of the “Level of Effort" clause (452.212-70) is modified to reflect new

Period

Other direct cost items

452.217–71 Option to Extend the Term

of the Contract-Cost-No-Fee Con

tract. As prescribed in 417.208(b), insert a clause substantially as follows:

Option Period I
Option Period II
Option Period III
Option Period IV

*Contracting Officer shall insert number for additional period(s), as well as dates, quantities, and amounts in paragraphs (a) through (d).

OPTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE CON

TRACT—COST-NO-FEE CONTRACT (FEB 1988)

(a) The Government has the option to extend the term of this contract for additional period(s). If more than 60 days remain in the contract period of performance, the Government, without prior written notification, may exercise this option by issuing a contract modification. To exercise this option within the last 60 days of the period of performance, the Government must provide to the Contractor written notification prior to that last 60-day period. This prelimiary notification does not commit the Government to exercising the option.

(b) Exercise of an option will result in the following contract modifications:

(1) The "Period of Performance” clause (452.212–73) is modified for each respective option period as follows:

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452.217–72 Option To Extend the Term

of the Contract-Cost-Plus-Award

Free Contract. As prescribed in 417.208(c), insert a clause substantially as follows: OPTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE CON

TRACT—COST-PLUS-AWARD-FEE CONTRACT (FEB 1988)

(a) The Government has the option to extend the term of this contract for additional periods. If more than 60 days remain in the contract period of performance, the Government, without prior written notification, may exercise this option by issuing a contract modification. To exercise this option within the last 60 days of the period of performance, the Government must provide to the Contractor written notification prior to that last 60-day period. This preliminary notification does not commit the Government to exercising the option.

(b) Exercise of an option will result in the following contact modifications:

(1) The “Period of Performance" clause (452.212–73) is modified for each respective option period as follows:

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(4) If this contract contains “not to exceed amounts" for elements of other direct costs (ODC), those amounts are increased as follows:

Option Period I Option Period II Option Period III Option Period IV

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