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So, you want to know how much agencies have awarded in goods and services buys when they did not leverage a delivery order/task order contract vehicle?

Here's your answer!



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What you see is FY14 YTD government-wide spending by type of award instrument used. What's important for this conversation are the two award types that represent buys that do not reference an established contract vehicle (IDV), such as a Basic Ordering Agreement, Blanket Purchase Agreement, GSA Federal Supply Schedule, Government-Wide Acquisition Contract or other Indefinite Delivery Contract.
 
As of April 16, 2014, FPDS-NG reports civilian and defense agencies issued over $135 billion in FY14 competitive and non-competitive definitive contracts and purchase orders. YTD, agencies have referenced 1101 NAICS Codes and 2379 Product/Service Codes that represent supplies and services including construction and R&D.
 
Each month we feature a top contracting office from a specific federal agency, board or commission and review their spending when they use open market standalone contracts.

Each event is a comprehensive discussion that looks at which organizations are buying, what they are buying, how much they are spending, competition and acquisition methods so you can determine if and how to approach them, and how you are positioned based on these factors.
 
Click here to register for an upcoming edition of "No Contract Vehicle(s) Needed" and choose to participate in-person or via the web!
 
Want to learn how to find and leverage this information yourself?  Register to attend our two-part market research workshop, "Ethical Stalking for Government Contractors™".
 
 
 
AcquisitionInsights™: No Contract Vehicle(s) Needed is presented as an in-person seminar that is concurrently simulcast via the web to allow maximum participation.
 

 

 

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