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NOTE:  The Pre-Award Survey paragraph should be included in all
contracts.  Minor modifications in the paragraph shown can be made.
Major expansion of the paragraph to include technical plans,
management plans, pre-award technical qualifications, etc., are not
acceptable in most cases.
The Government may make a pre-award survey of the low conforming
bidder to determine whether such bidder is qualified and capable of
performing the contract.  The pre-award survey will involve
examination of the bidder's financial and technical status and
understanding of the contract requirements.  The following are
examples of the information that, upon request, the bidder shall be
required to provide in writing to the pre-award survey team.
Requested information shall be forwarded within three days of request.
Failure to provide requested information, or a determination, after
review of the information, of the bidder's non-responsibility, may
result in bid rejection.
a.  Identification of the Contractor's personnel and management
to be used on this contract.
b.  The Contractor's technical and management plans for
performing required services.
Description of Contractor's facilities and equipment.
d.  Summary of the Contractor's experience in performing work of
the type required by this specification.
Current financial statements and data.
Other work presently under contract.
g.  Prior contracts for similar work, and the names and addresses
of individuals with the organization issuing the contract who may be
contacted for information concerning the Contractor's performance.
Contractor Quality Control plan for this contract.

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