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Pro Tips for a Useful Lessons Learned Process

Your proposal has just been submitted and everyone breathes a sigh of relief. It was a roller coaster of ups and downs and you are thankful that you came out unscathed. But wait, it’s not over yet. The lessons learned meeting! Many of us have gotten to experience the thrill of an unstructured lessons [...]

March 23rd, 2021|Business, Proposals|

CIO-SP4: Latest Updates and Evidence Gathering Recommendations

NITAAC has announced a delay in the release of the CIO-SP4 Best-In-Class GWAC contract. This is the 4th generation of a contract that is 10 years in scope, covers virtually all Information Technology services, and is available for purchase by the entire Federal Government. The federal contracting community has followed the evolution of this [...]

February 25th, 2021|Federal Contracting, Government Contracts|

CMS DASH: A Quick Look on How to Approach this BPA

On February 19th, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the solicitation for Data Analytics Supporting Healthcare (DASH) via GSA E-Buy, a Small Business multiple award BPA with a HubZone preference. Phase 1 is due this Friday, February 26th. Our GovCon expert, Tris Carpenter, did a quick look assessment on this highly [...]

February 24th, 2021|Federal Contracting, Government Contracts|

6 Things You Need to Know About GSA Polaris

The highly anticipated GSA Polaris GWAC Draft RFP was released on December 31st, 2020. Intended as the next generation Small Business GWAC, this contract includes several updates meant to expand the industrial base, incorporate innovative technologies, and further support a growing base of federal customers. So, what do you need to know about GSA’s [...]

January 12th, 2021|Federal Contracting, Government Contracts|
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