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December Newsletter | Top 2018 GovCon Events

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Mark your calendars! We’ve narrowed down the Top 10 GovCon Events that you should consider attending in 2018. Red Team is scheduled to attend most of these events, so keep an eye out for us. Hope to see you out and about!

Source: Red Team & Berenzweig December Newsletter | Top 2018 GovCon Events

December Newsletter: Top Contracts of 2018

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We’ve identified the top 11 opportunities that should be on your radar in 2018. Take a look at our list and determine whether your company needs to start laying the groundwork to pursue these contracts. Need help with capture, proposal, or pricing support? We’ve got your back.

December Newsletter: Top Contracts of 2018

November Newsletter | Upcoming Contracts | Red Team & Berenzweig

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We are tracking two major contracts expected to drop next year; the Flexible Agile Support for the Homeland (FLASH 2.0) solicitation and the HRSA Evaluation Studies IDIQ contract. Get more details on these two opportunities and Red Team’s take below.

Source: Red Team & Berenzweig November Newsletter | Upcoming Contracts

November Newsletter | Key Protest Decisions | Red Team & Berenzweig

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This month, we are breaking down a protest filed by Centerra Group LLC. Centerra, the incumbent contractor, filed a protest in response to their loss of a base operations support services contract issued by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command and awarded to Kellogg Brown & Root Services, Inc. (KBR). Centerra had three arguments against this decision, but one in particular, stood out to us. They argued that the Navy should have awarded the Centerra proposal additional strengths, and as a result it should have received a higher technical rating.

Source: Red Team & Berenzweig November Newsletter | Key Protest Decisions

November Newsletter | Upcoming Events | Red Team & Berenzweig

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There are tons of valuable government contracting events in the DC metro area, from networking happy hours to training seminars to opportunity overviews. We narrowed down three that we think you should attend in the upcoming weeks.

Source: Red Team & Berenzweig November Newsletter | Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events | Red Team & Berenzweig

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There are tons of valuable government contracting events in the DC metro area, from networking happy hours to training seminars to opportunity overviews. We narrowed down three that we think you should attend in the upcoming weeks.

Source: Red Team & Berenzweig October Newsletter | Upcoming Events

Upcoming Contracts | Red Team & Berenzweig

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We are tracking two major contracts expected to drop in November; the IT Infrastructure Operations Services and Support (ITIOSS) solicitation and the Architecture Development and Platform Technical Services for the Office of Chief Information Officer (ADAPTS) contract. Get more details on these two opportunities and Red Team’s take below.

Source: Red Team & Berenzweig October Newsletter | Upcoming Contracts

Key Protest Decisions | Red Team & Berenzweig

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When pricing a federal contract, it is common for a prime contractor to include assumptions as part of their Price Volume. Pricing assumptions allow offerors to explain the conventions and rules that set the foundation for their price estimate. Federal contractors generally view assumptions as a way to ensure that their offered price accurately aligns with the expected scope of work. However, a recent protest decision throws caution to offerors who provide assumptions so complex that they mislead the evaluation of their proposed price, or whose assumptions demonstrate a lack of customer intimacy.

Source: Red Team & Berenzweig October Newsletter | Key Protest Decisions

Words of Wisdom: How to Identify and Tackle Incumbentitis | Red Team & Berenzweig

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The shock of losing a contract to a competitor is something no company will forget. After witnessing a number of companies unseeded by competitors, we have come to learn that there is nothing shocking about it at all. In fact, many unseeded incumbents have sealed their fate long before the proposal was submitted. We have seen it so often that we have termed it incumbentitis. Should Miriam-Webster be interested in adding this term to the dictionary, we would define it as “the incorrect assumption that no one else can do what you doy which can result in an inflated sense of self-worth that casts a shadow on discernable competitors and muddles one’s own competitive advantage.”

Source: Red Team & Berenzweig October Newsletter | Words of Wisdom

September Newsletter: Key Protest Decisions – Red Team Consulting

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Key Protest Decisions Contract/Task Order: Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office (AFSEO), Eglin Air Force Base, issued the SEEK EAGLE Modeling Analysis, and Tools Support (SEMATS 2) RFP (FA2486-16-R-0065) on December 2, 2015. The government awarded a single, IDIQ fixed-price contract to Engineering Research and Consulting, Inc. […]

Source: September Newsletter: Key Protest Decisions – Red Team Consulting

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