This revised rule means you will get more explanatory results from your IDIQ task order bids and useful information for that next proposal.
If you don’t have proposal experts on staff, are you going to phone a friend, or are you going to make a friend? Consider this while you decide.
For better or worse, agencies are given broad discretion in how they evaluate past performance. Here are some key things to consider.
This year’s NCMA World Congress was from 28-31 July 2019 and attracted over 2,500 contract management professionals. Here are our highlights.
As a small business in federal contracting, it’s important to understand cost accounting, cost analysis, indirect rates, and cost pools.
Staffing and pricing for capture management, and how the TAPE team works together and decides what to bid on.
What Federal News Radio learned about an OFPP draft memo focusing on demand management and “best-in-class contracts.”
Relationships and data are equally important to the capture management process. A TAPE capture manager explains.
The goal of any negotiation is to maintain a good relationship by creating a win/win situation. A guest post by Tonya Buckner.
To improve the debriefing process, OFPP offered this four-step debriefing guide to ensure more productive interactions.