How Orders Work in Symphony

Modified on Thu, 06 Jun 2024 at 07:44 PM

This overview covers the Orders tab for Symphony-managed Contract Vehicles and Contract Holders. 

 

As a Contract Holder, you will have a personalized view of your Symphony Dashboard upon signing in. 

  • Orders are available from a dynamic table that you can arrange by selecting a column header. 
  • You can also filter on a search term, status, or type of order (See Figure 1).
  • The order types are Task Order (TO), Request for Information (RFI), or Market Research.
  • Click the tracking number to see more details about a specific order.


Figure 1. An OASIS Contract Holder Dashboard with the Orders view


Contract Holders use Symphony to monitor the following order activities. 

  • Released orders and solicitations 
  • Deadlines for questions and proposals 
  • Amendments 
  • Awards 


Order Status

The actions to perform depend on the status of an order. The status descriptions are below:


RELEASED

  • You should respond by uploading a proposal or responding with a "No Bid" by the submission deadline. 
  • Responses submitted before the deadline may be modified and re-submitted. 
  • After the deadline, the response button will no longer be available. 


The following notes may appear under the status of a released order awaiting a response (See Table 1):


PENDING QUESTIONSA released order - pending questions can enable you to ask questions before the submission deadline. 
The Ask Questions tab allows you to ask questions.
PENDING PROPOSALSA released order - pending proposals is a task order you can respond to but may not submit questions.

Table 1. The Meaning of Pending Questions vs. Pending Proposals


EVALUATION

  • Orders in Evaluation have passed the submission deadline. 
  • Orders in Evaluation are read-only. 
  • At this point, you have to wait for the Ordering Contracting Officer to award a Contract Holder. 
  • You can only view the Summary, Amendments, and Documents library.

 

AWARD APPROVED

  • When the Ordering Contracting Officer makes an award, the status changes to Award Approved. 
  • The "Awards" tab becomes available. 
  • An Award Approved Order displays the contract(s) awarded to the Contract Holder(s) on the Awards tab. 


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