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What does GPE stand for in contracting?

What does GPE stand for in contracting?

Government Contracting Terms

Letter F
Term GPE
Meaning The single point where government business opportunities greater than $25,000 can be accessed electronically by the public, including synopses of proposed contract actions, solicitations and associated information

What is a government contract solicitation?

When the government wants to buy a good or service, it issues a solicitation. Solicitations are documents that make the government’s requirements clear so that businesses can submit competitive bids. Request for Proposals (RFPs) are one type of solicitation used by government agencies.

What are the different types of government contracts?

Federal government contracts are commonly divided into two main types, fixed-price and cost-reimbursement. Other contract types include incentive contracts, time-and-materials, labor-hour contracts, indefinite-delivery contracts, and letter contracts.

What do government contract numbers mean?

The Federal Contract Number is a 13 digit number that identifies a particular solicitation or award.

What is GPE stand for?


Acronym Definition
GPE Governmentwide Point of Entry
GPE Gravitational Potential Energy
GPE Group Policy Editor (Microsoft)
GPE Greatest Potential for Exposure (Canada)

How do you calculate GPE?

So to get the GPE of an object you need a formula, the formula is MASS X GRAVITY X HEIGHT (M X G X H).

What is a solicitation package?

Solicitation Package means the materials contained in the written Solicitation including the Ballot, Voting Instructions, a pre-addressed postage paid envelope, and the Disclosure Statement with all Exhibits, including the Plan.

What is solicitation date?

For awards made in response to unsolicited proposals, the ‘Solicitation Date is the date when the offeror is notified of proposal acceptance for negotiations and/or award.

What are the five major categories of government contracting?

A Look At 5 Types Of Government Contracts

  • The Fixed-Price Contract. The fixed-price contract is a bit like those fancy prix-fixe dinners at upscale eateries.
  • Cost-Reimbursement Contracts.
  • Time & Materials Contracts.
  • Incentive Contracts.
  • Indefinite Delivery & Quantity Contracts.

What are the two basic contract types?

There are two fundamental types of contracts: Fixed-price and cost-reimbursement. Performance risk is higher for the U.S. Government under a firm fixed-price contract, while cost-reimbursable contracts place a higher cost risk on the U.S. Government.

Who signs a government contract first?

The contracting officer normally signs the contract after it has been signed by the contractor. The contracting officer shall ensure that the signer(s) have authority to bind the contractor (see specific requirements in 4.102 of this subpart).

What is GPE grade?

What is a Grade Point Equivalent (GPE) Your grades or marks achieved at other recognised tertiary institutions are expressed as an equivalent to a Grade Point Average on the University of Auckland’s 0-9 grading scale, which has a pass mark of 1.0.