(i.e., SP0700-03-T-1111, SP0700-03-U -1111).
The Automated Evaluation Price Analysis Module System may extend the solicitation return date on automated T solicitations to allow competition to build when none of the quotes received by the return date pass the automated price analysis module.
Email notice of the extension will be provided to all quote's in the competitive range (bids without exception) inviting them to revise their quotes.
Quoters who have offered their best possible price will not need to resubmit their quotes.
The notices will be sent to the email address registered on DIBBS for the person that submitted the quote. If a third party submitted the quote, the notice will be sent to the email addresses of the third party and the super-user for the CAGE on whose behalf the quote is being submitted. It is therefore important that email addresses for all persons submitting quotes on DIBBS are current and have been checked for their accuracy.
Quote revisions will overlay previously submitted quotes on the same solicitation in the Government database.
Quotes may be withdrawn by submitting a revised quote with a bid type of �no bid.�
Quotes $2500 or less should therefore be submitted as soon
as possible on all non-auctioning T or U solicitations.
At the return date and time, all quotes will be evaluated to determine
whether an automated award can be made.
Once the award process
has begun, late quotes will only be considered if the contracting officer
determines that it is in the best interests of the Government and that
accepting the late quote would not unduly delay the award.
If an emergency or unanticipated event interrupts normal Government
processes so that quotes cannot be submitted on DIBBS at the close of an
auction, the date/time specified for receipt of quotes will be deemed to be
extended to the same time of day on the next business day on which normal
Government processes resume.
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