source selection information

(7) Source selection information .— The term “source selection information” means any of the following information prepared for use by a Federal agency to evaluate a bid or proposal to enter into a Federal agency procurement contract, if that information previously has not been made available to the public or disclosed publicly: (A) Bid prices submitted in response to a Federal agency solicitation for sealed bids, or lists of those bid prices before public bid opening. (B) Proposed costs or prices submitted in response to a Federal agency solicitation, or lists of those proposed costs or prices. (C) Source selection plans. (D) Technical evaluation plans. (E) Technical evaluations of proposals. (F) Cost or price evaluations of proposals. (G) Competitive range determinations that identify proposals that have a reasonable chance of being selected for award of a contract. (H) Rankings of bids, proposals, or competitors. (I) Reports and evaluations of source selection panels, boards, or advisory councils. (J) Other information marked as “source selection information” based on a case-by-case determination by the head of the agency, the head’s designee, or the contracting officer that its disclosure would jeopardize the integrity or successful completion of the Federal agency procurement to which the information relates.


41 USC § 2101(7)

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