(1) Travel will be reimbursed based on the policies stated in paragraph (a)
(2) Normal commuting expenses are not allowed.
c. Any burden added to the travel cost will be allowed only as defined in the Contractor's
standard accounting practice or disclosure statement.
d. Travel instructions for TOs will
be specified in the individual TO.
G.9 ACCOUNTABILITY OF COSTS/SEGREGATION OF TASK ORDERS
a. All costs incurred by the Contractor under this contract shall be segregated by each
TO. The Contractor shall, therefore, establish separate "Job Order Accounts and
Numbers" for each TO issued and shall record all incurred costs in the appropriate job
order account assigned each TO. Additional evidence may be provided as it relates to
individual task orders.
b. There shall be no commingling of costs between TOs.
G.10 PERFORMANCE MEASURES
a. Task orders issued under COMMITS NexGen shall contain, to the maximum extent
practicable, meaningful performance measures to enable the assessment of
success/failure in meeting the objectives of the contracting activity.
b. The contracting activity shall be responsible for monitoring task order performance
measures to assess progress. The cognizant Contracting Officer shall be notified by the
COTR when it appears that Contractor performance will not successfully meet the
G.11 PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS
It is the Government's intent to conduct performance evaluations for each task
The COMMITS NexGen CO and Project Manager shall discuss any
Performance evaluations shall be submitted to the cognizant government
Contracting Officer, with a copy to the Contractor's COMMITS Project Manager
and the COMMITS CO (if not the cognizant Contracting Officer).
The cognizant CO shall submit the completed evaluation to the Contractor for
comment. The Contractor shall have 30 days in which to respond. The cognizant
CO and COTR will consider any comments provided by the Contractor. The
performance evaluation will have a copy of the Contractor's comments attached.