If one of the similar requirements previously awarded has changed more than 25% in this case is almost 50%, thus is considered to be a new requirement. Does this still constitutes a consolidation? if yes, its there any hidden reference can support this statement? In advance, thank you for your assistance.
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As you state the Benefit Analysis Guidebook from 2007, it states, "any consolidation that includes the combination of two or more previous requirements may be a consolidation regardless of whether or not it includes new work, i.e., work that has never been perfromed under contract.
Part of your changed requirement was performed under a previous contract. Notice that it says "may" in the guidebook. This would have to be a determination in consultation with your legal counse, Small Business Professional, and SBA PCR. https://business.defense.gov/Portals/57/Documents/Bundling%20Guidance.pdf?ver=2017-12-08-131415-820