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Federal Contracting Answer Book, 3rd Edition by Terrence M. O'Connor

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13

FINAL PROPOSAL REVISIONS

Final proposal revisions (FPRs) result from the government having “meaningful discussions” with all in the competitive range. After the discussions are over, the government asks all companies still in the competitive range to submit an FPR. However, there is no requirement that a company has to change anything in its proposal. The company can stand pat, make no changes, and simply go with the original offer.

The interesting thing about discussions in government contracting is that they are not what you or I would consider discussions. For example, in procurement, discussions are considered to have been held ...

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