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DLAD PART 6 – COMPETITION REQUIREMENTS



PART 6 – COMPETITION REQUIREMENTS

(Revised October 24, 2016 through PROCLTR 2016-10)

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SUBPART 6.2 – FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION AFTER EXCLUSION OF SOURCES

6.202 Establishing or maintaining alternative sources.

SUBPART 6.3 – OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION

6.303 Justifications.

6.303-2 Content.

6.305 Availability of the justification.

6.305-90 Oversight program.

SUBPART 6.5 –ADVOCATES for COMPETITION

6.501 Requirement.

6.503 Annual reporting requirements.

SUBPART 6.2 – FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION AFTER EXCLUSION OF SOURCES

6.202 Establishing or maintaining alternative sources.

(b)(1) By memorandum dated July 30, 2015, the DLA Acquisition Director has delegated approval and signature authority to the HCAs for the determination and findings required to exclude a source under FAR 6.202(b)(1) for procurements within their contracting activity. This authority may not be further delegated.

SUBPART 6.3 – OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION

6.303 Justifications.

6.303-2 Content.

For AMSC A or H coded items, follow the annual screening and review requirements in DFARS 217.7506. J&As will state that AMSC A and/or H coded items will not be placed on contract (or will be removed from contract, as applicable) if the annual screening and review does not result in assignment of a permanent AMSC code within one year of the date the J&A is approved.

6.305 Availability of the justification.

6.305-90 Oversight program.

The oversight required by Defense Procurement Acquisition Policy in response to GAO report GAO-14-304, “Federal Contracting: Noncompetitive Contracts Based on Urgency Need Additional Oversight” dated March 26, 2014, is:

(a) HCAs shall monitor FPDS-NG data monthly for compliance with justification and approval (J&A) signature requirements and posting timelines for awards using the unusual and compelling urgency exception. The FPDS-NG data elements Extent Competed and Reason Not Competed and the FPDS code URG will be used in reporting.

(b) HCAs shall compile a quarterly report of the results of the monthly data collected as required in 6.305-90(a). Reports shall be submitted to the DLA Acquisition Policy Division by the 5th working day after the end of the quarter. The report must include the following information:

(1) FPDS-NG data elements: Solicitation number, contract number, original contract award dollar value (excluding options), award date, modification number, modification’s dollar value increase, and award date;

(2) Period of performance/estimated completion date; J&A approval authority’s name, title, and signature date; and J&A posting date.

(3) Identification of all contract actions not in compliance with required J&A approval levels and posting timeframes and corrective action.

(c) The DLA Acquisition Policy Division will prepare an enterprise summary for the DLA Acquisition Director by the 10th working day after the end of the quarter.

SUBPART 6.5 –ADVOCATES FOR COMPETITION

6.501 Requirement.

(1) The DLA Acquisition Executive is the Agency Competition Advocate.

(2) The HCAs shall appoint competition advocates and alternates.

6.503 Annual reporting requirements.

(b)(2) Procuring organization competition advocates shall submit their annual competition report to the DLA Acquisition Policy Division by 15 November each year.

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