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Tenders are invited for Provide Task Order Contractor Services.
Global Computer argued that the task order modification constituted an illegally bundled contract, so its protest should be permitted.
The formal structure of an ESPC is a basic contract that outlines all the requirements of the program and then each ESCO proposal, if awarded, becomes a task order under that basic contract.
During our review, IRS developed and implemented a new procedure that provides for the consideration of price or cost as a selection factor for competitive task order awards.
Deltek's new GovWin IQ Task Orders database provides information and analytics on over $350 billion in spending across over 500,000 individual task order awards, helping companies win more task orders
All services described in a duly executed Task Order are hereby incorporated into the Agreement upon their execution.
These task order wins demonstrate our continued focus on space systems transformation and information centric warfare.
Under the task order award, ARTEL will provide satellite connectivity as well as real-time, proactive monitoring and control over the day-to-day physical and logical configuration of leased bandwidth, earth terminals and associated terrestrial interconnection resources.