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The SUPER Professional Services Task Orders

Twenty Super Professional Task Orders with combined ceiling values of over $19.6 Billion

In FY18, 20 Super Professional Services Task Orders with combined ceiling values of more than $19.6 billion and spending to date of more than $19.5 billion will exceed their ultimate expiration date and become eligible for competition (see Exhibit 1). We defined a Super Professional Services Task Order as an individual task order awarded under the umbrella of an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) or Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). We required that the IDIQ or GWAC contain a selected pool of contractors who compete on request for task order proposals. We ensured all task orders had a distinct primary contract vehicle number and task order contract number. To find the Top 20 Super Professional Services Task Orders, we looked for task orders with an ultimate expiration date of no later than September 30, 2018, whose primary requirement and NAICS code was for professional services. We focused on task orders representing the … Continue reading The SUPER Professional Services Task Orders

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The SUPER IT Task Orders

Top 20 Super Information Technology Task Orders with combined ceiling values over $4.4B

In FY18, 20 Super Information Technology (IT) Tasks Orders with combined ceiling values of more than $4.4 billion and spending to date of more than $4 billion will exceed their ultimate expiration date and become eligible for competition (see Exhibit 1). We defined a Super IT Task Order as an individual task order awarded under the umbrella of an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) or Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). We required that the IDIQ or GWAC contain a selected pool of contractors who compete on request for task order proposals. We ensured all task orders had a distinct primary contract vehicle number and task order contract number. To find the Top 20 Super IT Task Orders, we looked for task orders with an ultimate expiration date of no later than September 30, 2018. We limited the list to task orders that had already spent 75% of their ceiling to help avoid … Continue reading The SUPER IT Task Orders

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Opportunity Alert: NOAA NEMITS IDIQ

A $2.5B+ IDIQ identified as a Top 10 Small Business (SB) Opportunity for FY 2018

If you pursued the Department of Commerce (DOC) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) NOAALink program, whether successfully or unsuccessfully, over the course of its 9-year acquisition history, be aware that NOAALink 2.0 has been laid to rest. At the August 30, 2017 NOAALink Executive Industry Council Quarterly Meeting, the agency announced the birth of a new multiple award 10-year IDIQ vehicle, NOAA Enterprise and Mission IT Services (NEMITS), to replace the existing NOAALink contract as well as the originally proposed NOAALink 2.0. Deltek has identified this $2.5B+ IDIQ as a Top 10 Small Business (SB) Opportunity for FY18. NOAA is currently reviewing responses to a June Strategic Sourcing Acquisition Division (SSAD) Request for Information (RFI) issued on behalf of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and conducting outreach to agency program offices to finalize requirements. Current status of NOAALink The NOAALink Core IDIQ has been a highly successful vehicle for … Continue reading Opportunity Alert: NOAA NEMITS IDIQ

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SeaPort-NxG: Major changes ahead require a revamped win strategy

SeaPort-e is a Multiple Award Contract (MAC) that contractors either love or hate. For most of the 3,196 award holders, the Navy’s flagship vehicle has generated little if any revenues. For the select few, such as Booz Allen Hamilton, SAIC, CSRA, BAE, and General Dynamics, the $51 billon engineering professional services vehicle has been a reliable revenue generator. Less than 20% of prime contractors have received any awards (this is true for both the large and small business tracks). Some contractors reoriented their focus to General Services Administration (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) and/or other MACs, having had little success in cracking the code that makes Seaport-e opportunity development successful. However, the Navy determined that overlap between the two vehicles was not extensive enough to warrant elimination of Seaport. Interestingly, 23% of large businesses and 5% of small businesses that won SeaPort task orders (TOs) also hold … Continue reading SeaPort-NxG: Major changes ahead require a revamped win strategy

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