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DOE wants large technical and admin contracts in FY18

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After covering forecasts for large agencies like the Department of Justice and the Social Security Administration, the analysts at EZGovOpps are now taking a look at the Department of Energy forecast for FY18. DOE operates in a unique contract environment, as explained previously, and the DOE forecast for FY18 includes a diverse set of requirements. This will be another important year for DOE as it moves closer to meeting the small business contracting goals set for the Federal agency, something...

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DLA awards major truck contract

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The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) recently announced the award of an almost-$140 million contract for “commercial trucks and trailers,” to California-based Certified Stainless Service Inc. (doing business as West-Mark). While awarded through DLA, the agency expects the customer-base to span all of the U.S. Military branches and will even include other Federal agencies. West-Mark will build the equipment for use “within the Contiguous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, the outlying areas and throughout Europe, Africa and the Pacific.” The globe-spanning equipment...

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DISA looking for its own “Poop Challenge”

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While DISA continues to work on awards for the Systems Engineering, Technology and Engineering (SETI) contract vehicle, the agency took an opportunity to ask interested parties to contribute ideas to a new “Innovative Contracting Playbook” which it is putting together. Inspired by the successful (and well publicized) NASA Space Poop Challenge, DISA is asking for input (in any format) on non-traditional contracting strategies it could utilize in the future. Mainly, it wants to know if contractors would participate in a...

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DOJ Forecast: Major Contracts from BOP, USMS in FY18

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With a number of Federal law enforcement agencies under its administration, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has a  number of large opportunities in its FY18 forecast. After covering the forecasts for agencies like USAID and the Social Security Administration, EZGovOpps will now take a closer look at some of the major contracts from DOJ agencies like the Bureau of Prisons and US Marshals Service, with a focus on opportunities over $10 million. Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Aiming for...

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Big IT contracts on the way at Social Security: SSA forecast FY18

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With IT modernization on the way in Fiscal Year 2018, the Social Security Administration is planning on using a number of new and existing contracting opportunities for IT support to the agency in the new fiscal year. Other large contracts will include facilities support and professional services. In a sign of the growing use of Government-wide Acquisition Contracts (find our Intro to GWACs here) and other government-wide contracts across the Federal space, the biggest opportunity currently on the SSA docket will...

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Major re-compete on the way in FY18: USAID forecast

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With Fiscal Year 2018 under way, and after our look at the FY18 contracting forecast from FEMA, it’s now time to highlight some of the important contracts coming from USAID in the coming year. This includes a $2.5 billion re-compete and other major domestic and international-based programs. Already in the final solicitation stage, the “Support Which Implements Fast Transition – 5″ (SWIFT 5) is a $2.5 billion Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) opportunity for support of USAID’s Office of Transition Initiatives...

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A look at the FEMA forecast for FY18

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After covering continued IT modernization expected in Fiscal Year 2018, and the increased speed and funding in federal disaster contracting, EZGovOpps will now take a look at the FY18 contracting forecast for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). With brand new opportunities, each worth over $100 million, already in discussion for FY18, the FEMA forecast includes some important projects for the agency. In an upgrade planned since October 2016, FEMA is planning on releasing a Request for Quotation (RFQ) this...

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GSA Requesting Info for Entity Validation Services

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Solely for “business planning purposes only,” the General Services Administration released a Request for Information (RFI) for Entity Validation Services, services currently fulfilled with the use of the Data Universal Number System (DUNS). While in an early stage, this could indicate the Federal government’s interest in moving away from the proprietary Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) identification system. The RFI specifically mentions the necessity for open access to the data by the public and the Federal government, which illustrates a key...

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GAO and DOD Planning Bid Protest Fees

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With a rule first proposed in 2016 by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), and more DOD contracting regulations in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2018, contractors filing bid protests may soon have to pay processing fees to the agencies. While the GAO fees will apply as an administrative necessity to every protest, the proposed DOD protest fees will have a number of limiting factors that may have less of an impact on small businesses. EZGovOpps describes...

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SMART PROC 2017: A Small Business Gateway to GovCon

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After describing the importance of taking advantage of networking opportunities in the Federal space, and Federal efforts to enhance small business contracting, EZGovOpps is excited to discuss the 2-day SMART PROC 2017 procurement conference in Frederick, MD. From November 30th to December 1st, 2017, small businesses will have the opportunity to connect with industry leaders and procurement officials who will offer valuable insight into a wide range of contracting topics and specialties. For the 15th iteration of the annual conference, SMART...

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