The General Services Administration (GSA) released the Veterans Technology Services 2 (VETS 2) RFP on April 21. GSA plans to make awards to the top 70 Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs) that qualify. The RFP has notable similarities to the Alliant 2 draft RFPs and to the OASIS RFP (currently on-ramping in certain pools). GSA is continuing its drive for an objective evaluation methodology with the use of self-scoring. However, the VETS 2 RFP has two notable differences from the other RFPs: It allows the use of contractor teaming arrangements at the vehicle level. It allows bidders to use relevant experience and past performance accomplished as either a prime or a subcontractor. Download a copy of this article While both OASIS and the draft Alliant 2 RFP allow no points for teaming partner past performance, GSA VETS 2 allows up to 10,000 additional points for teaming with caveats … Continue reading GSA VETS 2: Are there implications for Alliant 2?