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Air Force Putting $7B NetCents Products IDIQ Back Up For Bids

The U.S. Air Force has recently issued a corrective action to a previously awarded contract for net-centric products, according to a May 31 FedBizOpps post.

The action addresses the technical and price requirements of a request for proposals related to the original indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity NetCents II product contracts awarded in April.

Awardees of that potential $6.9 billion portion of NetCents II will provide commercial-off-the-shelf products for the Air Force’s Internet protocol network.

The Air Force said it took the action concurrent to issuing an amendment to the RFP to ensure fair competition and reasonable acquisition prices.

Offerors are required to submit Trade Agreements Certificates, along with a signed SF30 form by Wednesday at 1 p.m. Eastern time.

The Air Force plans to issue evaluation notices allowing offerors to submit second final proposal revisions and the branch said it may decide to make a new award, if needed.

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