With thousands of data sources available and hundreds of diverse contracting offices, it can be difficult to keep track of procurement opportunities that may be a fit for your company. Between requirement shifts, changes in contracting offices or officers, or simply the drawn-out process that some large solicitation opportunities go through, focusing on the first announcement of a new solicitation may leave you at a disadvantage as it moves further along in the process through another vehicle. EZGovOpps has the ability to bridge that gap and provide your company with the competitive intelligence needed to succeed in the Federal marketplace.
An example of this contracting disparity can be found in an opportunity for hospital housekeeping services to the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), first announced in July 2017:
The “Sources Sought” notice for this opportunity was first released in July. By August, the final request for proposals (RFP) was released with a completely different solicitation number, a new title which does not include the original location of NAS Lemoore, and no FBO-hosted notice associating the two separate announcements. A company limited to tracking the original announcement might miss the final solicitation of what could be a “make or break” win for their business development pipeline.
EZGovOpps, as a web-based market intelligence platform with a dedicated team of research analysts, can link these announcements to each other as single opportunities, while providing all of the other information that may be needed about a solicitation such as incumbent contract numbers and spending data, as well as incumbent names and company profiles.
Watch the video for a look at some of the reporting capablities EZGovOpps provides for the NAVFAC opportunity mentioned above.
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