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IDIQIndefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (contracting/procurement)
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This is claimed to be their second consecutive IDIQ contract with the USACE Walla Walla District.
The suite of TIES IDIQ contracts has a multi-million dollar ceiling.
Communication and Information Technology company Harris Corporations (NYSE:HRS) announced on Wednesday that it has been selected by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for an eight-year, single-award IDIQ contract with a potential value of USD238m.
This is a Firm Fixed Price IDIQ contract for Commercial active RFID hardware, software, and services.
The $6 million operations center already under construction at Ebbing was designed by Benham under its old IDIQ contract that ran from 1998 to 2003.
IDIQ stands for Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity and it is a type of contract that covers the delivery of goods or services over a period of time at predetermined rates.
The total value of all task orders that will be released under the IDIQ is estimated at $7 billion.
Through the duration of the IDIQ task order contract, Leidos, with its partner Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) and teammates Argon ST (a Boeing Company), L-3 ComCept, and Dynamic Aviation, will provide low-cost, high-maturity solutions using a flexible open architecture that enables integration of future capabilities, promotes growth, and maximizes the Army's investments.
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) out of the Europe District, Wiesbaden Germany selected Gilbane Federal, along with five other firms to provide design and construction services throughout Israel for up to five years under the IDIQ contract.
Frontier Systems Integrators LLC, Fairfax, VA, is being awarded a $5,780,879 ($5,745,919 firm-fixed price (FFP) and $34,960 estimated IDIQ) modification under a previously awarded combination FFP, IDIQ contract (N4008006-D-0456) to exercise Option 3 for regional security guard services at various locations within Naval District Washington.
In light of these recent opinions, this paper will examine FASA, its incorporation into the Federal Acquisition Regulation ("FAR"), important judicial and administrative opinions pertaining to IDIQ contracts both prior to and after FASA's enactment (including opinions that appear to expand the limited grounds under which a protest may be filed as defined by FASA), and Section 803 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2002, which expanded the competition requirements for task order contracts within the Department of Defense ("DoD").