Term -Bundling

Means:
(1) Consolidating two or more requirements for supplies or services,
previously provided or performed under separate smaller contracts, into
a solicitation for a single contract that is likely to be unsuitable
for award to a small business concern due to:
     (i) The diversity, size, or
specialized nature of the elements of the performance specified;
     (ii) The aggregate dollar
value of the anticipated award;
     (iii) The geographical
dispersion of the contract performance sites; or
     (iv) Any combination of the
factors described in paragraphs (1)(i), (ii), and (iii) of this
definition.
(2) “Separate smaller contract” as used in this definition, means a
contract that has been performed by one or more small business concerns
or that was suitable for award to one or more small business concerns.
(3) “Single contract” as used in this definition, includes:
     (i) Multiple awards of
indefinite-quantity contracts under a single solicitation for the same
or similar supplies or services to two or more sources (see FAR
16.504(c)); and
     (ii) An order placed against
an indefinite quantity contract under a:
        
(A) Federal Supply Schedule contract; or
        
(B) Task-order contract or delivery-order contract awarded by another
agency (i.e., Governmentwide acquisition contract or multi-agency
contract).

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