GSA’s Office of Professional Services and Human Capital Categories released an appeal to vendors to make the solicitation easier.  A Request For Information (RFI) has been issued through FedBizOpps (FBO) and is requesting the opinions of insightful (and frustrated) vendors to reduce evaluation times and rejections.

Solicitations can be overwhelming for new vendors with contracting regulations, evaluation factors and now the solicitation is up to 17 separate sections. GSA has developed a draft solicitation that reduces the solicitation to three primary sections:

  • Significant Changes/Refresh #
  • Provisions (Offer Instructions) and Evaluation Factors
  • List of Attachment

Review the following documents:

Comments and Questions are due in PDF format no later than 5:00 PM ET, May 26, 2017.  Send the PDF to [email protected]

We will also be sending several questions and comments as a vendor advocate, if you would like to include your thoughts in our submission or just wish to remain anonymous, please send them to [email protected]

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Dan Coley

Dan Coley

Vice President for Coley Government Contracting Services, Dan leads the day-to-day Consulting Practice. He has more than a decade of experience with the acquisition, management, and marketing of Federal, State, and Local government contracts. Daniel specializes in all aspects of GSA Schedules management and marketing and has helped hundreds of Coley clients remain compliant with the terms of their GSA contract while helping them expand their business.

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