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However, the substantial benefits expected support that the procurement is mission critical and maximizes small business participation per FAR 7.107-2(d).

The consolidation demonstrates quantifiable savings in the form of reduced administrative costs and non-quantifiable benefits in the form of improved cycle times, faster responses to emergency repairs, and increased efficiency based on the contractors familiarity with the facilities.

GSA has found the consolidation necessary and justified.

Consolidation of the requirements will result in substantial benefits estimated at 18 percent.

The cost savings and efficiency benefits that will be realized as a result of this consolidated Task Order will outweigh the negative impacts to small business.

GSA FEDSIM makes this Determination for Consolidation of Contract Requirements pursuant to the Department of Defense (Do D) Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Supplement (DFARS) 207.170-3 and the GSA Acquisition Manual (GSAM) 507.107-1.

This consolidation of construction services for the identified locations is critical to the agency's mission success by providing uninterrupted continuity of operations at the best value for the American taxpayer and maximizes small business opportunities by setting aside the procurement for small business.

The GSA PBS Region 7 Acquisition Management Division team analyzed the benefits of consolidating approximately 1,240 upcoming construction requirements in the next 5 years, to be supported by approximately seventy-eight (78) new Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) awards for General Construction, Repair and Alteration with Design-Build and incidental Abatement Services covering all five (5) states in the Region (i.e., Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas).The General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM), analyzed the benefits of consolidating 13 separate Task Orders (TOs) for the planned Regional Analytic Production Task Order (RAPTOR) on behalf of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) into one consolidated task order (TO).The consolidated TO would provide all-source intelligence production that is most commonly produced for leadership and policymakers at the strategic level.Furthermore, in addition to significant cost savings and efficiency benefits, stringent and aggressive small business goals will minimize the impact to small business.GSA FEDSIM makes this Determination for Bundling of Contract Requirements pursuant to the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 207.170-3 and the GSA Acquisition Manual (GSAM) 507.107-1.The General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Systems and Integration Management Center (FEDSIM) analyzed the benefits of consolidating four Task Orders into one consolidated Task Order (TO).

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