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, cut across various size standards, NAICS, and agencies and present a robust, diverse list of anticipate contracts set for release in the next 12-months.
Here are the top procurements that are squarely on our radar, listed in order of anticipated RFP release:
As always, we welcome questions and comments to our Top 10. We can also send you a factsheet with detailed information and the overview of the requirements on any of the opportunities you have an interest in.
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.
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