Just how bad are debriefings? Pretty bad and possibly getting worse.
That’s the general conclusion of our latest WT Insider Report on post-award debriefings and bid protests. The report is available for free to WT Insider members. Click here for more information.
Political protests against contractors that assist with controversial Trump administration priorities such as ramping up security along the southern border has become a “huge problem” for Customs and Border Protection, a top acquisitions official said Thursday.
The company, Periscope Holdings, also thinks it can use the technology to help government procurement officials find cooperative purchasing opportunities.
DOD IT priorities are shifting from restoring readiness to modernization. Read more about where DOD is investing.
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Those celestial choirs heard singing from the heavens the last couple of weeks have been celebrating a federal fiscal year that started with many agencies appropriated. Now contractors who want to make the most of it have work to do. Larry Allen of Allen Federal Business Partners offered more insight on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Two multi-billion-dollar federal health IDIQ’s are expected to drop out of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) this month. If you are doing work in federal health, you should already be familiar with these opportunities. The solicitation for the first contract, Provider Enrollment and Oversight (PEO) IDIQ, is slated for release on October 17, 2018. You can expect the second RFP, for Research, Measurement, Assessment, Design, and Analysis (RMADA) 2 IDIQ, to be released later October. Below are more details and key highlights about these major federal health contracts.
A company in Savannah Georgia, Arena Event Services, Inc. has agreed to settle with the Government to resolve allegations that it wrongfully obtained small business set-aside contracts with the Department of Defense. As part of the settlement agreement, Arena will pay $7.8 million back to the Government.
Bloomberg Government has released a list of the 20 leading contracting opportunities for the fiscal year that begins October 1. The report covers contracts worth a total of about $130.9 billion for which a final request for proposal is likely by the close of fiscal 2019.
Social media has made it possible to connect with potential customers and partners from afar — without TSA close encounters, battling beltway traffic or even picking up the phone. The sales profession has changed immeasurably over the last decade or two, but one thing has not – the value of face-to-face communication in building and strengthening relationships.