Formal awards have not been made, but DHS named the apparently successful offerors, subject to protests over their eligibility as SDV firms or small businesses.
What does SO stand for?
SO stands for Successful Offeror
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of SO
We have 33 other meanings of SO in our Acronym Attic
- Stewardship Ontario (Canada)
- Stockage Objective(s)
- Strategic Objective
- Strategic Outsourcing (IBM)
- Strike Out
- Strung Out (band)
- Stuck Open
- Student Organization
- Styrene Oxide
Samples in periodicals archive:
DISA's problem was that the successful offeror is a major manufacturer and marketer of electromagnetic spectrum-dependent products.
To apply to the acquisition at issue, a size protest must be received by the contracting officer by the close of business of the fifth business day after bid opening (in sealed bid acquisitions), or receipt of the "special notification from the contracting officer" that identifies the apparently successful offeror (in negotiated acquisitions).
25) On appeal, the PSC challenged that part of the District Court's decision that held that the Army did not have to require the successful offeror to submit to PSC jurisdiction.
The contract is worth up to $30 million over three years, with work to be divided equally among the successful offerors.