HCaTS is how GSA and OPM plans to more efficiently and effectively provide human resource training and development and human capital management services to the Federal government, using Industry best practices. Continue reading
The April 2015 Civilian BIDs™ meeting will feature presentations by Mary Biear of Mackson Consulting about the anticipated CMS ESD II opportunity during part one of the meeting, and an information-filled discussion about doing business with Health and Human Services for companies seeking to get their foot in the door during part two. Continue reading
The Defense Health Agency (formerly the Tricare Management Activity or TMA) is planning for a new Podcast logoprocurement vehicle to support the acquisition of, well, pretty much anything and everything they could need in the way of products, services and solutions to support DHA Health IT. In fact, according to the DHA HITS Milestone Chart, they are slated to issue a combined solicitation and RFP in October 2015. Is your company ready for this opportunity? Continue reading
Interested in doing business with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in the area of information technology? Continue reading
Doing Business with Uncle Sam in the Southeast Sunbelt Region? Then you may want to pay attention to the activities of federal agencies doing business there when they leverage the Simplified Acquisition Procedures to purchase goods and services, especially if you’re a small federal contractor. Continue reading
A Guide for Small, Minority Owned and Women Owned Businesses TreasuryAccess.web.pdf.
The FedBizOpps Effect on Federal Procurement Dollars Would you believe us if we said the Federal Business Opportunities portal (http://www.fbo.gov) can take credit for impacting more than half of all government contract obligations reported to the Federal Procurement Data System? This is the case if you review FY2014 spending and those obligations that can trace … Continue reading
As a contractor or vendor to the U.S. Government, are you realizing too little return on your investment of time and money when it comes to developing viable business opportunities? Maybe the problem is your company’s time is spread between too many so-so prospects. via Doing too much when it comes to finding opportunities? | … Continue reading