10.6 Posting IT solicitations and awards
All IT solicitations, addenda and notices of award (including emergency and sole source awards) for IT goods and services over $30,000 shall be posted on eVA . When a solicitation is cancelled or amended, the notice of cancellation or amendment must be publicly posted on eVA. Written solicitation notices up to $30,000 are not required to be posted. Invitation for Bids (IFBs) notices over $30,000 may be also published in a newspaper of general circulation for ten (10) days prior to the date for receipt of bids.
When an RFP is issued for an amount in excess of $30,000, the solicitation shall be posted on eVA for at least 10 days and may also be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the area in which the contract is to be performed. If the RFP is cancelled or amended, a copy of the cancellation notice or addendum must be publicly posted on eVA.
Award notices for all IT contracts in excess of $30,000 must be posted for ten (10) days following the date of the award.
Emergency contract awards must state that the contract is being issued on an emergency basis. Sole source awards must state that only one source was determined to be practicably available. Both emergency and sole source award postings should state what is being procured, the contractor selected, and the date on which the contract was or will be awarded. All award notices shall be posted on eVA for ten days following the date of the award. Subsequent/additional bid or proposal for same procurement
A supplier who submits a subsequent bid or proposal before the due date that is not specifically identified as an amendment to a previously submitted bid or proposal, shall be treated as having submitted a new bid/proposal in response to the original solicitation.