BIC MAC goes by many names: BIG MAC, Next Generation Services IDIQ, and OASIS 2. GSA has not yet settled on an official contract name. Therefore, RWCO refers to all of these names under the single name BIC MAC to ensure clarity. Like its cousin POLARIS, BIC MAC is among the most “Googled” government-wide acquisition…Read More
Perhaps no other GWAC in recent memory has been as widely publicized and anticipated as the GSA’s latest GWAC, Polaris. This newest contract vehicle will replace Alliant 2 and VETS. These predecessor vehicles were hailed as broad-scale vehicles that afford the small business community tremendous business opportunities within the Federal marketplace only three years ago.…Read More
Since our founding in 2009, RWCO has already taken a data-driven approach to our delivery of business development, capture, and proposal support services. This orientation to data has been one of the critical components of RWCO’s consistent “win-rate” improvement. Case in point, in 2009, RWCO maintained a win-rate of ~62%. By 2020, our independently-audited win…Read More
In the immortal words of Herm Edwards, the 2013 Head Coach of the New York Jets, “You Play to Win the Game.” The sage wisdom provided by John Madden, the 2006 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee and legendary sports broadcaster, “You can’t win a game if you don’t score any points.” Applying the guidance…Read More
What is GSA Polaris GSA Polaris next-generation Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) is designed to focus on the next generation of IT services based solutions that include 5G, blockchain, robotics processing and cloud. Polaris will not only guide small businesses through the federal market, it will also help GSA customer agencies through the acquisition of IT service-based…Read More
Obviously, there have been quite a few changes that have occurred in 2020 that have a considerable impact on the ways businesses are operating within the Federal sector. RWCO has been tracking these trends for quite some time, which are universally present across nearly every industrial and service sector that supports public sector operations, both at…Read More
Anticipated RFP release: December 2020 A new requirement for IT support services is emerging from the Department of Transportation and it is seemingly off the radar of most IT-centric firms, large and small. Released under the anticipated NAICS 541519 (Other Computer Related Services, size standard of $30 million annual receipts except 150 employees for IT Value…Read More
CIO-SP4 Advisory About a year ago (December 3, 2019 to be exact), the United States Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) announced the recompete schedule for Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 4 (CIO-SP4). The target date was late summer, early fall 2020, but most concluded that the RFP would drop at the…Read More
As we move into a new government fiscal year, we have been closely monitoring procurement activities and trends across the Federal sector. RWCO analysts have reviewed agency-specific forecasts and other procurement data in order to provide a deep dive into anticipated 2021 contract activities across the Federal landscape. The Top 10 procurements, as tracked by RWCO,…Read More
Introduction: My, how time flies; it seems like just last week we conducted industry researchon a number of topics germane to Federal, State, and Local Government procurements. That last week was actually December 2018. One of the most striking nuggets we uncovered was the compressed “win rates” we came across in nearly every industrial sector we surveyed.…Read More
PUBLIC SECTOR PROCUREMENT BAROMETER SURVEY RESULTS
RWCO conducts an annual research survey of comprehensive market trends across the Federal contractor community. The research survey, entitled "Public Sector Procurement Barometer", is fielded via an online research portal. Respondents are invited to participate in the survey through an email outreach campaign that is conducted throughout the month December. The survey is released from January 2-January 31 every calendar year.
SITE III WHITE PAPER
The DIA will combine two information technology contracting vehicles worth potentially $5.1B as a follow-on to the Enhanced Solutions for the IT Enterprise contract (E-SITE). The DIA plans to merge the $3B Infrastructure Sustainment and Development 2 program with the $2.1B Application DS2 solicitation to form a SITE III multiple-award contract. IDS2 covers cloud services and data center support work, while ADS2 seeks data integration, software engineering and other technical support services.
LTASC SCOPE OF SUPPORT
RWCO has assembled a complete review of the LTASC III program in the form of a project plan and we are providing you access to that project plan with no strings attached. Consider it our way of providing value in the form of market intelligence and LTASC guidance while demonstrating our capability of support on LTASC responses in the future.