Air Force Blames Industry For NETCENTSII Products Award Problems
The NETCENTSII Program contracting officer issued a Corrective Action Memorandum yesterday that stated: “During debriefings and the subsequent protests, it became apparent that offerors may have inconsistently interpreted the requirements of the RFP as it related to completing contractual documentation and – in some aspects – the technical and price requirements.”
The May 31, 2012 memorandum issued by Contracting Officer Francine Nix outlined the evaluation steps committed to the GAO:
Open discussion with all offerors in the competitive range;
Offerors in the competitive range will be offered a chance to submit their RFPR (REALLY Final Proposal Revisions);
New award decisions will be made, if needed
Next Step: Issue Amendment 12 requiring completed Trade Agreements Certificates and a signed SF30 by June 6th.