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US Army Preps Next Common Hardware Systems Contract

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The U.S. Army has announced its intentions to move forward with the next version of its procurement vehicle for ruggedized military equipment: Common Hardware Systems 5 (CHS-5). Worth a potential $3.9 billion, CHS has continued to grow in value and in capabilities through the 4 previous iterations, but it has maintained some form of General Dynamics as the prime contractor since CHS-2, awarded in 1995. Common Hardware Systems is a multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract used for the procurement of...

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Kaspersky Removed from Schedule 70, SEWP

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NASA SEWP, a GWAC that we’ve covered before, and GSA’s IT Schedule 70 made headlines on July 11, 2017 when they removed Kaspersky Lab from the approved vendor lists of the respective purchasing tools.  This was seen by some as the first open and official step in removing Kaspersky anti-virus software and products from Federal systems, after years of suspicion surrounding a rumored relationship between the Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab and the Russian government.  While some reports have called this a...

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DLA Pushing New Tailored Logistics Support Contracts

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2017 is bringing two major Tailored Logistics Support (TLS) contracts into play for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), through DLA’s Troop Support- Construction & Equipment office. With both being small-business set-asides, and continuations of prior contracts, the first contract will be used to procure special operations equipment (SOE) worth $1 billion per year, and the second will allow for the purchase of a total $985 million in fire & emergency services equipment (F&ESE). These two contracts, the Fire & Emergency Services...

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$1.5 billion DHS FLASH Cancelled

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In the aftermath of the cancellation of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Flexible Agile Support for the Homeland (FLASH) contract, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) spent time analyzing what went wrong in the procurement process. Eight of the original winners, on the other hand, wrote a letter last week instead seeking to focus on what went right for DHS FLASH, in what they deemed an “ambitious experiment to transform the often-flawed model of how the government buys software development...

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Publicly Traded Companies in the Federal Space

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Publicly traded corporations involved in Federal contracting present a unique understanding of the environment through mandated public reporting requirements. With data compiled by CNBC, EZGovOpps can analyze the contracting success of the Top 10 publicly traded companies in Federal contracting, their overall investment in the Federal sector, and predictions for future rankings. Pulled from 2015, which was also a big year for WOSBs, the data carries both expected and unexpected patterns for publicly-traded companies involved in the Federal space. Most...

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5 Warning Signs Your Prime’s Going to Cut You Out of The Deal

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Doing business and creating strategic alliances in the realm of government contracts as a subcontractor can be a considerable investment when pouring substantial resources into the bid and proposal stage. So, when a Prime decides to either decline awarding a subcontract or terminate one before the subcontractor can recoup their costs, it can be devastating. Unfortunately, as an attorney I’ve dealt with more than my fair share of premature and unlawful terminations.  As a result, I’ve noticed a few behavioral...

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Large Single Opportunity for DHS on July 31st 2017

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Homeland Security has an opportunity called “Data Center Support Services” (the DCSS for short) which has a multitude of first-generation awardees currently in place for the DHS. The scope of this opportunity is to provide comprehensive information for the DCSS to the Customs and Border Patrol (or CBP) Office of Information Technology (OIT) in addition to Enterprise Operations, Enterprise Infrastructure, Enterprise Architecture, and Common Services. The planned support will cover the following offices: CBP Headquarter Offices in Washington, DC, CBP Data...

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CBP/USACE Continues Sourcing for Border Wall

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On June 7, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), through the Fort Worth District, held a border wall remote-industry day for firms interested in qualifying as sources for “Horizontal Construction Contracts For Southwestern Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements.” After firms are properly qualified and placed on the Prequalified Sources List, they will then receive separate acquisition announcements from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for stand-alone contracts worth up to a total of $1.8 billion for, as the DHS...

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DHS Still Planning TACCOM II

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This week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a notice through the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Procurement Directorate for a potential $3 billion opportunity known as Tactical Communications II (TACCOM II), the successor to TACCOM I which ends this year. Before a draft RFP is released this month, EZGovOpps is here to provide some preliminary intel and the background history of the program, scope, and procurement details. TACCOM I TACCOM I was first released through a Request for...

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VA Announces New Push for Modernized EHR System

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Today, June 5th, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary Dr. David J. Shulkin announced a plan to move forward with the procurement of a modernized Electronic Health Records (EHR) system outside of normal “full & open competition” procurement methods, with the intent of obtaining the new Department of Defense (DOD) “MHS GENESIS” EHR platform, as a means to expedite the procurement process and ensure compatibility with DOD health records. Of course, this effort to avoid any complications in a normal procurement...

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