Thread Subject: Re: functional performance criteria
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From: Hoffman, Allen
Date: Wed, Jul 18 2007 1:05 PM
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Before I answer that let me throw this one in also.
If functional performance criteria have in some instances been
problematic for acquisition protests, if one were to have employed an
evaluation method based upon how technical standards are met, and how
that affects the outcome of the functional performance criteria, and the
agencies reasonable accommodations practices and policies and
requirements, I think the functional performance criteria are very
defensible. Standards need to describe this interrelationship to help.
This is the general DHS approach regarding the FPC(s).
I can't prove my premise however, but it is systematic, and if items are
not accessible because they failed to follow technical requirements,
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