Jumping to bid on the latest IDIQ just because of FOMO? Five questions you should ask first.
The fish don’t jump in the boat, but these IDIQ tips will help you land them.
This is truly a landmark decision by the COFC–with the potential to affect a multitude of federal contracts.
This revised rule means you will get more explanatory results from your IDIQ task order bids and useful information for that next proposal.
Why Cy Alba of PilieroMazza recommends you carefully review all possible tangible and intangible assets that are part of a transaction.
What if you didn’t bring the customer to the table? Is it still worth trying to win? That depends on these few things.
Will following these tips give you have an unfair advantage? Certainly! But if you’re going to try to make it so nobody else can win, you’d better be sure no one else can win.
The two things to tell your target government customer about a multiple-award IDIQ contract.
Multiple-award IDIQs are a tempting source of revenue for small business federal contractors, but only if you’re prepared.
Almost every federal agency uses some form of multiple-award IDIQ, so it’s worth it for small business contractors to understand how they work.