Notices of contractual measures over $25,000 and funded in whole or in part by PPHF must be marked under www.hhs.gov/open/prevention/index.html on HHS` PPHF website no later than 5 days after the agreement is entered into. c) For acquisitions covered by the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement or a free trade agreement, contract managers submit summaries in time for publication in GPE no later than 60 days after award. (ii) the nature of the file (e.g. . B, size, format) does not make it cost-effective or practical for PROWS to grant access to the application through GPE; or (b) local listing. Agencies may also share information about contract awards with the local press or other media. Where local contract notices are issued that go beyond the simplified procurement threshold, they shall include: (a) A government-wide database of procurement and other procurement tools for use by more than one entity is available on the Internet at www.contractdirectory.gov/contractdirectory/. This searchable database is a tool that can be used to identify existing contracts and other procurement tools that can be used to meet government needs. This subsection applies to all actions financed in whole or in part by the PPHF. (c) Contract agents should use the instructions in the RECOVERY FAQ under the heading « Buyers/Engineers » of the GPE (www.fbo.gov) to identify measures funded in whole or in part by the Recovery Act.
(b) Customer will set a response time that provides potential suppliers with a reasonable opportunity to respond to any proposed contractual action (including measures where notice of the proposed contractual act and tender information is available through GPE) estimated at more than USD 25,000, but no more than the simplified acquisition threshold; or any contractual action for the purchase of commercial products or services in an estimated amount of more than $25,000. When determining the time limit for responding to the request, the contracting entity should take into account the circumstances of the individual acquisition, such as complexity, commerciality, availability and urgency. 5.404-1 Release procedure. (a) enforcement. The head of the agency or an agent may publish long-term acquisition estimates if the information – (1) assists industry in its planning and facilitates compliance with acquisition requirements; (2) not to encourage undesirable practices (for example.B. attempts to monopolize the market or to accumulate industrial equipment); and (3) do not point to existing or potential engagement of the industry as a whole. (b) Conditions. It may also contain additional information such as the number of units recently purchased, the unit price, and the name of the last supplier.
5 404-2 Announcements of long-term acquisition estimates. Another notice that meets the needs of the individual case can be obtained by announcing through GPE that long-term acquisition estimates have been published and are available upon customer request. 5.406 Publication of support documents for certain contractual acts. Notifications of all proposed contractual measures funded in whole or in part by the PPHF must be marked under www.hhs.gov/open/prevention/index.html no later than 1 day after the publication of the call for tenders or any other request for quotation or tender document on the website of the HHS Fund for Prevention and Public Health. Where appropriate, the communication shall include a link to the full text; e.B. a link to the FedBizOpps notice required for FAR 5.201. (9) The proposed contractual measure concerns perishable subsistence deliveries and the notice period is neither appropriate nor appropriate. Before placing ads or notices in newspapers, written consent must be obtained at least one step above the customer. .