Using the Award [Summary] Page

From the Awards page, you can click an award's title to view a more detailed description of that award, on the Award [Summary] page. From there, you can join the award team, and/or view the award's supporting documentation.

The Award [Summary] page displays all of the information available to you about the award. This information displays in six distinct sections on the page:

Each of these sections is described in further detail below.

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Quick Navigation

Sign in to FedConnect® | Awards | click an award's hyperlink in the Title column

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This is a picture of the Award Summary page for a reverse auction in the FedConnect product.

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This is a picture of the Award Summary page for a solicitaiton in the FedConnect product.

Understanding the Description Section

The Description section displays a read-only description of the award, as provided by the issuing agency.

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Understanding the Overview Section

The Overview section displays basic information about the award, in read-only format, as provided by the issuing agency.

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Fields

The following is a list of the fields that might display in the Overview section, and descriptions of each.

Field Description
Post Date Displays the date on which the award was posted to FedConnect®.
NAICS Displays the North American Industry Classification System number associated with the award.
PSC/FSC Displays the product service code or federal supply code associated with the award.
Award Date Displays the date on which the issuing agency issued the award.
Award/Order Number Displays the award's document number.
Agency Displays the name of the agency that issued the award.
Issuing Office Displays the office that issued the award, and includes the office's name and full address, including city, state, and ZIP code.
Contact Name Displays the name of the award's point of contact.
Phone Displays the award's contact phone number.
Fax Displays the award's contact fax number.
Email Displays the award's contact email address.

Understanding the 'What do I do now?' Section

The "What do I do now?" section displays instructions regarding steps you can take once you have viewed an award.

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Buttons

The following is a list of the buttons that might display in the "What Do I Do Now?" section, and descriptions of each.

Button Description
Return to Award List

Click to return to the Awards page.

Understanding the Award Message Center Section

The award message center displays if you are a member of your company's response team for the award. For more information about using the award message center, click here.

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Understanding the Auction Payments Section

The Auctions section displays each version of an award with its associated auction fees (or credits) if an award you are viewing was a reverse auction award, and if you are a member of the team.

This is a picture of the Auction Payments section on the Award Summary page in the FedConnect product.

Columns

The following is a list of the columns that might display in the Auctions section on this page, and descriptions of each.

Column Description
Contract Version Displays the award's document number and version number for each payment in the list.
Awarded Amount Displays the amount of "this version" of the award for each payment in the list.
Obligated Amount Displays the obligated amount of the award for each payment in the list.
Fee % Displays the auction fee at the time the award was posted to FedConnect®.
Fee Displays the fee (or credit) for "this version" of the award. Credits display as negative amounts.

Understanding the Documentation Section

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Note

You can view an award's supporting documentation regardless of whether you are a member of the award team.

The Documentation section displays the award's supporting documentation, including any forms and/or attachments associated with the award.

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Tip

You can expand or contract the folders in the Documentation section:

  • Click the button next to a folder's name to contract an expanded folder.
  • Click the + button next to a folder's name to expand a contracted folder.

Understanding the Award Team Section

The Award Team section of the page displays the names of members of your company's team for the award, and enables you to join the team if you have not already done so.

This is a picture of the Award Team section on the Award page in the FedConnect product.

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Note

This section only displays if you and/or others at your vendor have joined the opportunity's response team.

Columns

The following is a list of the columns that might display in the Response Team section on this page, and descriptions of each.

Column Description
Team Member Displays the name of the award team members from your company.
[Delete] Click X to delete the team member from the award team.

Buttons

The following is a list of the buttons that might display in the Response Team section on this page, and descriptions of each.

Button Description

Join

Click to join the award team. Joining the award team enables you to send and receive messages, including modification notices and other alerts, about the award.

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Note

This depends on your company's notification settings. It must either be set to Individual User Email Addresses or Both - Company and Individual User Email Addresses.

See Also

You might also be interested in the following related topics.

Awards

Using the Award Message Center

Searching an Award's Audit Log

 

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