Are you familiar with the saying about being chased by a bear?
You know, the one that says you don’t have to be faster than the bear to get away, just faster than the guy next to you?
When all is said and done, 200 small, medium and large information technology companies doing business with Uncle Sam will win that particular race by beating three bears named #61, #71 and #81.
That is, they will make the cut and earn a spot on the GSA ALLIANT 2 and GSA VETS2 GWACs and a shot at competing for potentially billions in federal agency IT dollars for the next 10 years.
During this edition of GovConChat™ we sit down with market intelligence expert Brian Friel of One Nation Analytics who discusses the scoring methodology for these contract vehicles, the importance of self-scoring to support bid decisions, and tips for maximizing scores.
Brian will discuss this and the fact he’s scored likely bidders for these contracts when he joins us April 29th in Chevy Chase, MD for a members-only Competitive Intelligence Briefing about VETS2 and ALLIANT 2.
What’s this mean to you? He’s established rankings for VETS2, ALLIANT 2 Unrestricted and ALLIANT 2 Small Business and can provide a qualified look at likely winners, your company’s respective ranking and odds of success. How many bid and proposal dollars might that save you?
Don’t miss this podcast or the 4/29 event!