While established contract vehicles are prevalent and have high visibility in government contracting, these procurements only account for half of the total reported dollars obligated by federal agencies, boards and commissions each fiscal year.
Thursday, October 9th
3:0PM to 4:00PM ET
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or not your company has been awarded a GSA Schedule, Blanket Purchase Agreement
(BPA), Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) or some other Indefinite
Delivery Contract (IDC), this session will provide you a substantive look at agency
buys made where the government awarded an open
market standalone contract instead of issuing a delivery order, task order
or BPA Call.
does this matter?
established contract vehicles are prevalent and have high visibility in government
contracting, these procurements only account for half of the total reported dollars
obligated by federal agencies, boards and commissions each fiscal year. Additionally,
the ‘award type’ an agency opts to
use determines who can submit a bid for
specific opportunities and can decide which
internal or external contracting organization is used to execute the
procurement. If the customer sends the
acquisition package (and their funding) to a contracting office other than the
one you expected, your chances of submitting a response could decrease.
In addition to a tutorial on the various types of ways agencies
can procure goods and services, each session provides an overview of:
- which departments/agencies are making these buys
- what they are buying (NAICS Codes, Goods vs. Services)
- obligations by department/agency
- how the procurements are competed
- small business set-asides
- total obligations to small business
- where the work occurs (place of performance)
will receive an electronic copy of the presentation following the event. Standard Terms and Conditions are
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