(a) Contracting officers shall insert the clause at (TAR) 48 CFR 1252.237-70, Qualifications of Contractor Employees, in all solicitations and contracts for supplies and/or services where contractor employees will have access to Government facilities, sensitive information, including proprietary data and/or resources.
(b) The contracting officer shall insert the clause at (TAR) 48 CFR 1252.237-73, Key Personnel, in solicitations and contracts for services when the selection for award is substantially based on the offeror's possession of special capabilities regarding personnel.
When training services are provided under contract, DOT policy requires that all prospective contractors:
(b) Agree to not solicit or advertise private, non-Government training while conducting a training course.
Towards fulfilling DOT's policy at (TAR) 48 CFR 1237.7000(a), contracting officers shall request information from prospective contractors for certification purposes. The type of information requested is dependent upon the criticality of the service and/or any unique or essential qualification requirements.
The policy at (TAR) 48 CFR 1237.7000 applies to all contracts (as defined in FAR 2.101) awarded by DOT for training services when DOT controls the content and/or presentation of the course. This policy does not apply to courses attended by DOT employees that are offered and sponsored by Government sources of supply, educational institutions, or private entities where DOT does not control the course content or presentation. (See (TAR) 48 CFR 1213.7100 for examples.)
(a) The contracting officer shall insert the provision at (TAR) 48 CFR 1252.237-71, Certification of Data, in solicitations and the clause at (TAR) 48 CFR 1252.237-72, Prohibition on Advertising, in solicitations and contracts for training services when the content and/or presentation of the course is controlled by DOT.
(b) Contracting officers shall incorporate the successful offeror's certified data into any resultant contract(s). Certified data may be adopted by reference, if the contracting officer determines it contains sufficient descriptive information (i.e., dated material such as resumes, company and/or personnel qualifications) to reliably describe the certified data submitted.