Blog2020-06-25T14:14:20-04:00

CIO-SP4 Amendment 6 Impacts and Recommendations

It’s time again to review another amendment to the NITAAC CIO-SP4 solicitation. Amendment 6 was released late afternoon on Friday, July 9th. We’ll take a quick look at what changed and how those changes might impact companies’ bids. NITAAC has updated its Limitations on Subcontracting clause in RFP Section I.2 (52.219-14) to be consistent [...]

July 13th, 2021|Federal Contracting, Government Contracts|

Embracing the Challenge of Scoresheet Documentation on CIO-SP4

The CIO-SP4 final RFP has been out for nearly three weeks and one of the questions we’ve been addressing most frequently is how to provide sufficient “documentation” to make sure the score that bidders give themselves on the self-scoring sheet holds up to government evaluation. While the RFP does not provide crystal clear guidance, [...]

June 14th, 2021|Federal Contracting, Government Contracts|

Lots of Questions Remain on CIO-SP4 — We Have Some Answers

National Institutes of Health Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) released the long anticipated final Request for Proposal for Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners (CIO-SP4) on Tuesday, May 25. Proposals are currently due on June 28 at Noon. G2Xchange will be hosting a 2-day webinar with Red Team Consulting on June 2 and 3 to [...]

May 27th, 2021|Federal Contracting, Government Contracts|

7 Tips to Build a Killer Proposal Schedule

As we all know, proposal success hinges on planning the work carefully, then executing that plan. While some interim deadlines may need to slip around a bit, the proposal due date and time is immovable, so a thoughtfully designed proposal schedule creates the conditions for success. Below are the key principles to follow when [...]

May 6th, 2021|Proposals|