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Due to the large number of proposals received, the review and consideration process can take up to six months. Large or particularly complex proposals may require additional review and processing time.
12982-P, Nov. 23, 1994. That a technically unacceptable proposal offers a lower proposed price/cost is not a reason for it to be retained within the competitive range. Technically unacceptable proposals cannot be considered for award, no matter how low the proposed price/cost.
Establishment of a competitive range is required when using competitive negotiated acquisition procedures (FAR 15) other than simplified acquisition procedures. Even a decision to negotiate with all offerors is a competitive range decision.
Competitive Range is typically defined as those proposers whose proposals have a reasonable chance of being selected for award. Generally, the competitive range is comprised of all of the most highly rated proposals, unless the range is further reduced for purposes of efficiency.
HOW IT IS SPENT Fiscal YearCompetitive ProposalsFunding Rate (percent)FY 201749,42523%FY 201848,33624%FY 201941,03327%FY 202042,72628%1 more row
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Only one submission should be provided to NSF even if review by multiple programs is envisioned. Proposers may indicate on the Cover Sheet which NSF organizational unit(s) they believe would be most appropriate for proposal review. However, NSF will determine which program will evaluate each proposal.
Competitive Range is typically defined as those offerors whose proposals have a reasonable chance of being selected for award. The determination must take into account the evaluation criteria and the basis for award as stated in the RFP.
LPTA is appropriate where: requirements are well defined; risk of unsuccessful contract performance is minimal; and there is no value, need, or willingness to pay for higher performance or quality. Under LPTA all factors other than cost or price are evaluated on an acceptable or unacceptable basis.
CICA mandates that any contract expected to be greater than $25,000 must be advertised at least 15 days prior to bid solicitation. This advertising is intended to increase the number of bidders competing for government contracts, thereby allowing for full and open competition.
How to Submit Proposals. Proposals to NSF must be submitted via the NSF FastLane System or via use of For proposals prepared and submitted via, the guidelines specified in the NSF Application Guide apply. The same work/proposal cannot be funded twice.

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