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With years until recompete, CIO-SP3 on-ramps SB’s

clock 07 Mar, 2018 comment 2 Comments

UPDATE: On March 31st, NITAAC released the final list of SDVOSB awardees. The final list holds 2 less contractors than the pre-award announcement, with a final total of 38 awardees. LATEST UPDATE: The CIO-SP3 SDVOSB awards have already been hit with their first protest. Pro-Sphere Tek, Inc. filed a protest on April 5th, with a GAO decision scheduled for July 6th, according to the GAO docket.   After covering GWAC’s and the increase in competition, CIO-SP3 SB has come up as a...

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Understanding the Types of Federal Contracts

clock 01 Mar, 2018 comment 2 Comments

After our primer on the “Contract Action Types” used by the Federal government, EZGovOpps is now describing another contract attribute searchable as an advanced option in the EZGovOpps software: the actual type of contract used. Take a look below at descriptions of fourteen of the Federal contract types, based on their definitions in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR): Firm Fixed Price A firm fixed price contract, as the name implies, applies a cost to contractor performance at the outset of the...

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CDC GRASP program seeking GIS services

clock 23 Feb, 2018 comment 3 Comments

The creation of a Special Item Number (SIN) for geographic information systems (GIS) services on IT Schedule 70 was a big sign that the Federal customer base for GIS is quickly widening beyond traditional customers like NGA. While new agencies like DIUx utilize new contracting methods such as the Other Transaction Authority to procure new GIS capabilities, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is now planning a traditional IDIQ for GIS services, named after the office it will serve: the...

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Industry Day Update: JEDI

clock 16 Feb, 2018 comment 8 Comments

LATEST UPDATE: JEDI is facing more scrutiny from congress, and possible funding limitations. UPDATE 4/17/2018: DOD released the second draft of the JEDI RFP along with answers to 1,030 industry questions. Importantly, DOD is sticking with a single award for the 10-year program. However, in answers to the industry, DOD made an important distinction: “Offerors may propose any kind of teaming/partnering arrangement so long as the proposed solution meets the requirements of the solictiation.” This could seemingly include not only...

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Another Agency E-Commerce Portal Continues to Grow

clock 15 Feb, 2018 comment 6 Comments

UPDATE 5/16/2018: DLA is planning a major IDIQ for medical supplies, known as Foreign Military Sales Medical Surgical (Med/Surg). Click here to read more about the new Tailored Logistics Support contract.  After covering the expansion of FedBid and the billions of dollars spent by Federal agencies on the “reverse auction” platform, and explaining GSA online procurement portals like eBuy  and GSA’s governmentwide vehicle purchasing portal known as AutoChoice, EZGovOpps will now cover a recent announcement regarding new contracts for DLA’s own e-commerce...

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Diverse requirements in the GSA FY18 Forecast

clock 09 Feb, 2018 comment 3 Comments

Part of our FY18 Forecast series. The General Services Administration (GSA) has the mission to “deliver the best value in real estate, acquisition, and technology services to government and the American people.” The broad mandate for such a diverse customer base is clear in the agency’s procurement forecast released for Fiscal Year 18. Take a look below at some highlights of the large and small business opportunities expected this year. Full and Open Competition Two of the largest Full and...

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Another Agency Planning IT Modernization: GAO (TMOSS)

clock 01 Feb, 2018 comment 34 Comments

With government-wide IT modernization efforts taking shape in 2018, along with smaller agency programs like Army’s ACCENT, SBEAS from the Air Force, and EHR updates at the VA, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) is now taking the initiative to begin planning its own IT modernization program. GAO recently published answers to some vendor questions for the planned effort, known as IT Transformation, Modernization and Operational Support Services (TMOSS), and is evaluating the acquisition strategies it will use to procure IT services...

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State Department FY18 Focus: Construction and IT

clock 29 Jan, 2018 comment 6 Comments

Continuing our FY18 Forecast series, EZGovOpps is now focusing on some of the major opportunities due in 2018 for the Department of State (DOS). With construction, IT, and security contracts for work both domestically and abroad at over 285 State Department locations worldwide, the State Department FY18 forecast includes an array of lucrative small business opportunities. Security The largest small business set-aside contract currently forecast in FY18 is for “Overseas Installation Services.” With a projected value over $100 million, the re-compete contract...

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NASA FY18 Forecast: Expect Construction Contracts

clock 25 Jan, 2018 comment 10 Comments

Continuing our FY18 Forecast series, EZGovOpps is now focusing on some of the major opportunities due in 2018 for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Multiple NASA locations will be seeking large construction contracts, and a number of these contracts will be set-aside for small businesses. Take a look below at the highlights of the NASA FY18 forecast: Armstrong Flight Research Center (AFRC) – California At AFRC, “NASA’s primary center for atmospheric flight research and operations,” a Request for Information...

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DOE wants large technical and admin contracts in FY18

clock 17 Jan, 2018 comment 2 Comments

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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