OGM Federal Business Developments
Five Consolidate Assignments to Assist You Drive Federal Business Exploit.
I. Reach of Effective Federal Business Development Practices.
II. Polishing Federal Business Development Operations and Competence.
III. Construct Relationships with Federal Government Clients.
IV. Consigning Remarkable Value and Service to Your Federal Clients. V. Building Up Probability in Your Federal Business Development Accession.
OGM develop and manage the entire proposal development process for you, to include the design, format and compliance. OGM will schedule and manage the proposal response process while collaborating with key personnel to gain useful market intelligence.
OGM keep you connected to contracts to assist you in making the right decision as to which contract to pursue and comprehend outline that includes our strategic insight on all the key factors on winning.
OGM Major FAR Parts Federal Contract (Solicitation) Managements
FAR Part 1 - Federal Acquisition Regulations system. FAR Part - 4 Administrative Matters. FAR Part 6 - Competition Requirements. FAR Part 7 - Acquisition Planning. FAR Part 8 - Required Sources Of Supplies And Services. FAR Part 9 - Contractor Qualifications. FAR Part 10 - Market Research. FAR Part 11 - Describing Agency Needs. FAR Part 12 - Acquisition Of Commercial Items. FAR Part 13 - Simplified Acquisition Procedures. FAR Part 14 - Sealed Bidding. FAR Part 15 - Contracting By Negotiation. FAR Part 16 - Types Of Contracts. FAR Part 17 - Special Contracting Methods. FAR Part 18 - Emergency Acquisitions. FAR Part 19 - Small Business Programs. FAR Part 22 - Application Of Labor Laws To Government Acquisitions. FAR Part 23 - Environment, Energy And Water Efficiency, Renewable Energy Technologies, Occupational Safety, And Drug-Free Work Place. FAR Part 24 - Protection Of Privacy And Freedom Of Information. FAR Part 25 - Foreign Acquisition. FAR Part 26 - Other Socioeconomic Programs. FAR Part 27 - Patents, Data, And Copyrights. FAR Part 28 - Bonds And Insurance. FAR Part 29 - Taxes. FAR Part 30 - Cost Accounting Standards Administration. FAR Part 31 - Contract Cost Principles And Procedures. FAR Part 32 - Contract Financing. FAR Part 33 - Protests, Disputes, And Appeals. FAR Part 34 - Major System Acquisition. FAR Part 35 - Research And Development Contracting. FAR Part 36 - Construction And Architect-Engineer Contracts. FAR Part 37 - Service Contracting. FAR Part 38 - Federal Supply Schedule Contracting. FAR Part 39 - Acquisition Of Information Technology. FAR Part 41 - Acquisition Of Utility Services. FAR Part 42 - Contract Administration And Audit Services. FAR Part 43 - Contract Modifications. FAR Part 44 - Subcontracting Policies And Procedures. FAR Part 45 - Government Property. FAR Part 46 - Quality Assurance. FAR Part 47 - Transportation. FAR Part 48 - Value Engineering. FAR Part 49 - Termination Of Contracts. FAR Part 50 - Extraordinary Contractual Actions And The Safety Act. FAR Part 51 - Use Of Government Sources By Contractors. FAR Part 52 - Solicitation Provisions And Contract Clauses. FAR Part - 53 Forms.
Ref: Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement)
48 C.F.R. Federal Acquisition Regulations System at March 2005 edition is a complete reissue of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. It includes all Federal Acquisition Circulars through 2001-27. The FAR is the primary regulation for use by all Federal Executive agencies in their acquisition of supplies and services with appropriated funds. It became effective on April 1, 1984, and is issued within applicable laws under the joint authorities of the Administrator of General Services, the Secretary of Defense, and the Administrator for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, under the broad policy guidelines of the Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, Office of Management and Budget. The FAR precludes agency acquisition regulations that unnecessarily repeat, paraphrase, or otherwise restate the FAR, limits agency acquisition regulations to those necessary to implement FAR policies and procedures within an agency, and provides for coordination, simplicity, and uniformity in the Federal acquisition process. It also provides for agency and public participation in developing the FAR and agency acquisition regulation. GSA, DOD, and NASA published a proposed rule at 76 FR 73564 on November 29, 2011 to revise the practice for and limit the use of generic Duns Numbers, update policies on reporting into the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS), and revise clauses for Central Contractor Registration (CCR) and DUNS Number reporting. The rule increases transparency by reducing the use of generic DUNs, but may require more small businesses to register in CCR. The rule also clarifies that non-appropriated fund awards will generally not be included in FPDS. The rule also clarifies requirements for agencies to submit and review contract action reports in FPDS.
In accordance with Brooks Architect-Engineer Act (Public Law 92-582 as amended; TITLE 40-Public Buildings, Property And Works, Subchapter Vi-Selection Of Architects And Engineers, et seq.) Compliance required by Engineer Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (UAI/EFARS) 36.601-3(S-101) and its Successor Policies as cited in A-E Selection Criteria, and; conducted Approval of Selections. ACASS is an automated database of A-E qualifications, performance evaluations and contract awards. It isa DoD-wide system that ismanaged by the Contractor Appraisal Information Center (CAIC) at the Portland District 2 of the Corps of Engineers. ACASS is primarily used by DoD agencies, but various civilian Federal agencies also use the system.