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Special Notice - Notification of the SEC's Intent to Award a Single Source Purchase Order to Intelligize

January 28, 2014



Notice Type: Special Notice

Posted Date: 27-JAN-14

Office Address: Securities and Exchange Commission; Office of Acquisitions; 100 F Street, NEMS-4010 Washington DC 20549

Subject: Notification of the SEC's Intent to Award a Single Source Purchase Order to Intelligize

Classification Code: 70 - General purpose information technology equipment

Contact: Jeremy J Garrett, Phone 202 551 7472, Fax 703 914 9226, Email garrettj@sec.gov

Description: Securities and Exchange Commission

Office of Acquisitions

Office of Acquisitions

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) intends to award a fixed-price purchase order on a single source basis to Intelligize for subscription to Intelligize's online database. The subscription is required by the SEC to search SEC Staff Comment Letters, No Action Letters, and M&A Research. Intelligize uniquely provides the capability of filtering searches for these documents by data form group and many other filters and iterative searches that narrow the search results. The contracting officer has determined that Intelligzie is the only source that can reasonably meet the SEC's requirement in accordance with FAR Part 13.106-1(b). The period of performance for the purchase order is anticipated to be one (1) Base Year and three (3) Option Years and the total value of the order shall be below the Simplified Acquisition Threshold. The SEC intends to award a purchase order to Intelligize on or about January 31, 2014. This notice is not a competitive request for proposals. A competitive solicitation will not be issued. However, the government will give consideration to interested parties that identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement or submit proposals by the response date of this notice.

Link/URL: https://www.fbo.gov/spg/SEC/OAPM/PCB/SECHQ1-14-Q-0047/listing.html


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