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GSA Dispatches Mass Modification Notifications to Schedule Holders

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Recently the General Services Administration (GSA) has been dispatching Mass Modification notifications to schedule-holders. These notices describe the second phase of modifications that consolidate 24 Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) into one single schedule for products, services, and solutions. The consolidated MAS solicitation, which was issued last October, has a streamlined format and new categories and Special Item Numbers (SINs). Everything seems to be on schedule with the mass mods going out on January 30th, associating contract terms with the single...

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Naval Research Laboratory SDVOSB Industry Day

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For Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) contracts expiring this year, 92% were awarded previously with no set-aside designated, and according to our analytics, only 0.012% were awarded to SDVOSB. The NRL is looking to boost their low SDVOSB set-aside rates dramatically with the help of Virginia PTAC and just announced its first Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Industry Day. The Industry Day will be taking place on March 19th at George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia. The program is geared towards SDVOSB but all...

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NOAA Completes ProTech Services Awards to 22 Contractors

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) completed the final set of awards on ProTech, a service-related contract vehicle. Twenty-two companies in total were awarded for the “Weather” portion of the vehicle, which is NOAA’s mandated strategic sourcing vehicle to consolidate services into a single procurement. The Weather track is one of four portions of ProTech. The others include Oceans, Satellite and Fisheries. ProTech has a ceiling of $3 billion for its two-year base and three option years, and a...

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SBA Changes Small Business Eligibility Calculation

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On January 6th, the Small Business Association (SBA) has changed how it calculates eligibility of the Small Business set-aside for companies. Previously, the SBA used a three-year revenue average to determine if a company is indeed a “small business”. The Small Business Runway Extension Act of 2018 mandated that the SBA use a five-year revenue average instead. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing for small business remains to be seen. Those that support the new rule...

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Dept. of State Supply Chain Management (SCM) Services Contract Opportunity – 2020

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A new supply chain management (SCM) services opportunity with principal NAICS 493190 was posted yesterday by the Department of State (DOS). It is currently in the Sources Sought/RFI stage. The place of performance is located at the Department of State Annex 34 (SA-34) located at 7374 Boston Boulevard, Springfield VA 22153, nearby warehouse facilities, and potentially limited overseas support trips. The Bureau of Information Resource Management (IRM) is looking for contractors to provide an integrated life cycle approach to the Information...

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Army Makes GTACS II Awards to 22 Companies

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The Army awarded 22 companies for the up to 10-year, $5.1 billion Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems II (GTACS II). Nearly all companies that provided proposals were awarded by the Army Contracting Command, with only two not selected. GTACS II is a follow-on vehicle to the $10 billion GTACS which was awarded to 20 companies in 2012. Companies that were on the original vehicle and not on this second iteration include: CACI, L3 Harris Technologies, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Rockwell...

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Air Force Awards 20 for SBEAS

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The $13.4 billion Small Business Enterprise Applications Solutions contract vehicle known as SBEAS is a follow on to the Air Force’s original NetCents 2 Application Services Small Business contract. The Air Force will use SBEAS to acquire IT systems, software development, cybersecurity, configuration management, deployment, technology modernization, training, operations, commercial off-the-shelf product management, business analysis for IT programs, information display services, and data/information services. Like the original NetCents, it has been fraught with protests, including 37 total protests from 27...

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The Early Stages of CIO-SP4

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has begun its course in obtaining approval from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for CIO-SP4 IT products and services contract vehicle. CIO-SP4, standing for Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners IV, has an estimated value of $20 billion. This seems like a realistic ceiling given NIH’s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) awarded $6 billion in FY2019. That spending includes the vehicles CIO-SP3; CIO-SP3 Small Business; and Chief Information Officer...

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OASIS SB Pool 1, 3 and 4 Proceed after Protests Denied

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GSA’s OASIS Small Business (OASIS SB) professional services multi-agency contract vehicle is finally moving ahead after settling the final outstanding protests. If you’re not already familiar with OASIS SB and the latest on-ramp, please take a look at our previous write-up in June. The General Services Administration can now proceed with awarding the final small businesses. Companies ADVENTureOne and Apogee Engineering disagreed with how GSA would rate purchasing and estimating systems, as well as joint-venture systems, certifications and clearances. With...

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CMS RMADA 2.0 – 17 Companies Awarded on $5B IDIQ Contract

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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) awarded 17 companies on the six-year, $5 billion RMADA 2.0 contract. RMADA 2.0 is the second iteration of the Research, Measurement, Assessment, Design and Analysis IDIQ for data and research services to support federal health care programs. Awardees will assist CMS design, implement and operate models authorized under the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act (ACA) and other health reform laws. The umbrella analytic and technical services contract has both commercial business...

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