OASIS (U) Evaluation

(a) The OASIS evaluation team will perform a two-step screening process for all offers received. First, the team will verify that a support document exists for all the evaluation criteria in accordance with the Offeror’s proposal and compare it to the Offeror’s Self Scoring. Any discrepancies will be treated as clarifications.

1. Any proposal that includes incomplete information or does not comply with the instructions set forth in Sections J, K, and/or L of this solicitation in regard to the minimum submission requirements (Section K and Sections L.1 through L.5.3.1, Section L.5.4, and Section L.5.6 through L.5.6.1) may be removed from consideration for award without further evaluation.

(b) Once the screening process is complete, the OASIS evaluation team will assign a preliminary score in accordance with the evaluation methodology set forth in Section M.

(c) Once the preliminary scoring is complete for all offers, the OASIS evaluation team will sort the offers by highest score to lowest score. The highest scores offers will be determined by the number of anticipated awards for each Pool as stated in M.2(c) (e.g top 40 for Pool 1, top 40 for Pool 3 and top 40 for Pool 4).

(d) The OASIS evaluation team will then verify and validate the Top 40 awards for Pool 1, OASIS Pool 3 and OASIS Pool 4 have successfully passed all of the acceptability review requirements in Section M.4 of the solicitation.

(e) Any Offeror who fails any of the acceptability review criteria will be removed from consideration for award and notified, in writing, as soon as practicable. The next highest rated Offeror based upon score who passes the acceptability review must be added in the eliminated Offeror’s place.

(f) Following the acceptability review for an offer within the anticipated number of awards for that Pool, the evaluation team will then verify and validate the support documentation for each and every scored evaluation criteria that the offerors submitted and claimed credit for in the Offeror’s Self-Scoring submission through Symphony.

Following the acceptability review for an offer within the anticipated number of awards for that Pool, the evaluation team will then verify and validate the support documentation for each and every scored evaluation criteria that the offerors submitted and claimed credit for in the Offeror’s Self-Scoring submission through Symphony.

(g) In the event any scored evaluation criteria claimed credit for by the Offeror is unsubstantiated and not given credit by the evaluation team, the Offeror have the point value of the unsubstantiated score deducted and the Offeror’s proposal will be re-sorted based upon their revised evaluated score. If the Offeror does not remain in the highest scored offers, the next highest rated Offeror based upon score who passes the acceptability review will be added in that Offeror’s place and evaluation will proceed on that Offeror. This cycle will continue until the evaluation team has verified and validated the highest scored offers for the respective Pools.

Once a highest scored offer has been verified and validated in accordance with the acceptability review and scored evaluation criteria, the evaluation team will then verify and validate that the Offerors have proposed fair and reasonable pricing.

In the event that an Offeror in the highest scored offers has not provided fair and reasonable pricing, the Offeror must be eliminated from further consideration for award unless discussions are conducted. If the Offeror does not remain in highest scored offers based on unreasonable pricing, the next highest rated Offeror based upon score who passes the acceptability review must be added to the highest scored offers and evaluation of pricing will proceed on that Offeror.

This cycle will continue until the evaluation team has verified and validated the highest scored offers who represent the Highest Technically Rated Offers with a Fair and Reasonable Price. In the event of a tie at the anticipated number of awards for each Pool, all Offerors tied will receive an award.

(h) Reserved

(i) Once the highest scored offers, including all ties have been accomplished, evaluations will cease and all remaining successful contract awards will be issued under each applicable OASIS Pool.

1. While the Government intends to issue all awards simultaneously for each respective Pool, the Government reserves the right to screen, evaluate and award offers on a rolling basis if determined to be in the best interest of the Government.

 
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