|Request to Add Special Item Numbers (SINs)
PRIOR TO SUBMITTING A MODIFICATION REQUEST PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR GSA ADVANTAGE TEXT FILE IS CURRENT (AS OF YOUR LAST CONTRACT MODIFICATION) OR YOUR MODIFICATION REQUEST MAY BE REJECTED.
ALL ATTACHMENTS (CSP-1, PROPOSAL PRICELIST PREPARATION) CAN BE FOUND IN THE FABS SOLICITATION FCXB-F4-020002-B ON FEDBIZOPPS. OR YOU CAN USE THE FOLLOWING LINK:
THE FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS SOLUTIONS (FABS) SCHEDULE, SCHEDULE 520, WILL ONLY ACCEPT MODIFICATION REQUESTS SUBMITTED THROUGH THE eMod SYSTEM, EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 15, 2010.
THE FOLLOWING LINK WILL PROVIDE GUIDANCE ON UTILIZING THE eMod SYSTEM, OBTAINING DIGITAL CERTIFICATES, AND USSING THE eMod TRAINING GUIDE: http://eoffer.gsa.gov
TO REQUEST A MODIFICATION TO ADD SERVICES TO YOUR SCHEDULE, YOU MUST SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:
1. Submit a cover letter signed by an authorized negotiator (as shown in your contract) stating that you are requesting to add special item number (SIN) to your contract.
2. If offering new pricing, state that the services being proposed are based on a Commercial Price List (CPL) or Other Than a Commercial Price List (depending on how your contract was awarded).
3. If offering new pricing, state whether the Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) method for the proposed service will be the same as the existing service in the contract (if it is different, you must provide a rationale for this change). Your awarded prices are based on either the EPA clause 552.216-70 (for contracts based on a Commercial Price List) or EPA clause I-FSS-969 (for contracts based on Other Than a Commercial Price List).
4. If offering new pricing, state that all prices offered to GSA are inclusive of the current 0.75% IFF.
1. Submit a revised CSP by tailoring it to show all your current and proposed services (see solicitation). This information shall be submitted even if it has not changed since the last CSP was submitted. Please ensure the new proposed services are distinguishable from the existing services.
2. If offering new pricing, provide the applicable Proposal Pricelist Preparation for your new services (see solicitation).
1. Submit project descriptions as defined in the solicitation instructions under provision SCP-FSS-002, Factor Two (For your convenience, this section has been copied and pasted to this document).
(2) Factor Two – Relevant Project Experience:
(i) For each service SIN offered, the offeror must provide descriptions of two (2) projects.
Each description must state the SIN to which it applies, and identify the specific services
being proposed for that SIN.
(ii) The projects must either have been completed within the last two years or be
on-going. For on-going contracts with a base year and option years, at a minimum, the
base year must have been completed; for multi-year task orders, at a minimum, the first
year must have been completed.
(iii) The offeror must demonstrate that the tasks performed are of a similar complexity to
the work solicited under each SIN. The offeror may provide the same project for more
than one SIN as long as the description identifies which specific work relates to each SIN.
All examples of completed services must have been found to be acceptable by the client.
Project descriptions shall not exceed four (4) pages per project.
(iv) Each project description shall include the following customer reference information:
(A) Customer/Client Name
(B) Project Name/Contract Number
(C) Customer Point of Contact for Project
(D) POC’s phone number and e-mail
(E) Project performance period (include months/years)
(F) Dollar value of the entire project
(G) Dollar value received for the work preformed relevant to the SIN offered
(H) Brief summary of the project as a whole (background, purpose, etc.)
(I) A copy of the Statement of Work for the project; this does not count against
the limitation of four pages per project.
(v) As applicable, each project description shall include a narrative account of the work
performed that addresses the following elements:
(A) Detailed description of SIN-relevant work performed and results achieved
(B) Methodology, tools, and/or processes utilized in performing the work
(C) Demonstration of compliance with any applicable laws, regulations,
Executive Orders, OMB Circulars, professional standards, etc.
(D) Project schedule (i.e., major milestones, tasks, deliverables), including an
explanation of any delays
(E) How the work performed is similar in scope and complexity to that described
in the Statement of Work (Part I of this solicitation)
(F) Demonstration of specific experience and/or special qualifications detailed in
the Statement of Work (Part I of this solicitation)
(vi) Substitution For Relevant Project Experience – If project experience does not exist,
the offeror may substitute relevant projects of predecessor companies or key personnel
that will be performing major aspects of the work. If the offeror chooses to make such a
substitution, the narratives must clearly identify the entity or personnel that performed the
services. This paragraph applies only to the following schedules:
(A) 520 – Financial and Business Services (FABS),
(B) 738 II – Language Services,
(C) 738 X – Human Resources and EEO Resources,
(D) 69 – Training Aids & Devices, Instructor LED Training, Test Administration,
(E) 03FAC – Facilities Maintenance and Management
GSA Price List
Provide the entire GSA price list that will be incorporated to a Modification if accepted by the government.
If pricing is based on a fixed escalation, show the pricing for the remaining contract years, including all option periods.
If offering new pricing…
Pricing based on a Commercial Price List (CPL)
1. Submit a new dated copy of the CPL ensuring the new proposed categories are distinguished from the existing services on your CPL. This is your new CPL; it does not show “GSA” on it. Ensure that the service name and description you are offering GSA matches what is on your CPL.
2. Submit supporting documentation (e.g., copies of invoices, signed agreements, signed contracts, etc.) validating the new prices on your CPL.
Contracts based on Other than a CPL
Submit supporting documentation (e.g., copies of invoices, signed agreements, signed contracts, etc.) for each new service proposed.