government procurement

BIC-MAC, Services MAC, Oasis+, Oh My! Series 2- Proposal Requirements

For those just joining us, GSA is working on a draft RFQ called Oasis+ that will be the next generation of Oasis and the BIC MAC replacement. This is our second blog in the series regarding the draft so check out how the contract will be broken down here. The proposal that Oasis+ is requiring …

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BIC-MAC, Services MAC, Oasis+, Oh My! Series 1- Domains

The General Services Administrations (GSA) has been working through multiple draft RFQs to determine next steps in their Multi-Agency Best In Class Contract. The latest iteration is being referred to as “Oasis+”. If you have had a hard time keeping up with all the changes and back and forth, you are not alone. Our team …

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GSA Contract Award Program

What is a GSA Contract and why does my company need one? Technically a GSA Contract is not a requirement to do business with the Federal Government, but it may make a difference in your industry. The GSA Schedule Contract Program is a multiple award schedule that allows for the Federal Government to to pre-negotiate …

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GSA Issues Acquisition Letter to Reduce Restrictions on EPA Modifications

On March 17, 2022, the General Services Administration (GSA) announced a temporary moratorium on a number of limitations contained in certain GSA economic price adjustment (EPA) contract clauses. The flexibility should make it easier for contractors to better adjust to changing market conditions while still allowing them to continue to support their federal customers’ requirements.  …

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Girl Power! Here’s the scoop on the new Woman Owned Small Business Certification…

Selling to the US government can be a very competitive endeavor.  Adding certifications to your SAM profile can often lead to an advantage.  Government agencies will sometimes designate certain socio-economical businesses types or veteran status as a requirement for being awarded their contract, aka – Set Asides.  This practice is in place to ensure that …

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Your SAM registration is expiring … or is it? Read this before you pay someone!

You receive something that says: The first thing you think is, ‘hey my SAM is expiring or something needs updated, I better make sure we are still compliant for the sake of our Federal Contracts.’  The first thing you should do, before clicking, is stop and see who is actually sending you this notice. Though, …

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Buying Season is Over, Now What?

Fiscal Year 2019 is here and buying season is over. Government activity slows down in quarter one, but this doesn’t mean you should ignore your GSA Contract until Q3. This time of the year can be used to start preparing for the upcoming buying season. Q3 always seems far away, but it’s never too early …

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Government Terminology and What It Means

Working with the government can be a completely new experience for some people. The government uses terminology and acronyms that isn’t general knowledge to most. The terms may not matter to you, but they do matter to contracting officials. Learning the terminology and acronyms that are commonly used is important when becoming successful in obtaining …

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