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SECTION III - TERMS, CONDITIONS, AND NOTICES TO OFFERORS
CONTENT OF RESULT ING AGREEMENT
Any agreement resulting from this PON will be a cost-shared Cooperative Agreement based on the Model Cooperative Agreement provided as Appendix
Point of Contact: E. Stephen Logan (Procurement Member, Source
Telephone: (202) 252–1026
5. TIME, DATE AND PLACE PROPOSALS ARE DUE
Proposals must be received at:
U.S. Department of Energy
by NO LATER THAN 4:30 P.M., Washington, D.C., time, on April 18, 1986. This Program Opportunity Notice (PON) contains preprinted labels that should be used for mailing or hand delivering proposals. (CAUTION: See SECTION III.34, "Late Submissions, Modifications, and Withdrawals
6. AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS
The Government's share of any resulting project costs is subject to the availability of funds. Funding for Cooperative Agreements will be provided on an incremental basis. Currently, funds have been made available for this program for Fiscal Years 1986 through 1988. These funds will be available to cover obligations in accordance with
the allocations provided in Pub. L. No. 99-190. Under the Act, funds
appropriated for this program will remain available until expended. However, cost-sharing by the Government is contingent upon the
continued availability of appropriated funds for this program.
OFFFR ACCEPTANCE PERIOD
The minimum offer acceptance period must be 240 days after the deadline for receipt of proposals, as stated in SECTION III.5, "Time, Date, and Place Proposals are Due."
MUMBER OF AWARDS
It is anticipated that there will be multiple awards resulting from
"Offer" means "proposal." "Offeror" means "proposer." "Solicitation" refers to this Program Opportunity Notice (PON). "Contractor" refers to Participant, and "Contract" refers to the resulting Cooperative Agreement. "Participant" means the selected offeror who signs the Cooperative Agreement. The use of the term "subcontractor" in any of the provisions means contractor to the participant and all tiers
Of subcontractor thereunder.