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Kerry Burgott

Kerry Burgott is a Contracting Analyst with Bloomberg Government. She came to Bloomberg Government from the Government Accountability Office, where her work focused on government acquisitions and DOD technology.

BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS,

MARKET ANALYSIS

FY22 IT Budget Breakdown: What to Watch

The fiscal 2022 budget request represents an important signal of the new administration’s priorities and initiatives. Join BGOV analysts for a complete IT budget breakdown of what to watch.

CONTRACT VEHICLES,

DEFENSE

Contracts to Watch: SeaPort-NxG

The Naval Sea Systems Command has reopened the Seaport-NxG RFP through a rolling admissions process. Join BGOV analysts as they cover the opportunities that are ahead and how best to capture a win.

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

FY 2021 Contracting Playbook

Get ahead of your competition with intel on the five trends that will shape government contracting in FY 2021, including the top 20 opportunities to watch.

CONTRACT VEHICLES

Contracts to Watch: NITAAC’s CIO-SP4

NITAAC has issued a new draft RFP as a follow-on to the 10-year, $20 billion IT services governmentwide acquisition contract, called CIO-SP4. The draft RFP doubled the ceiling to $40 billion. Join Bloomberg Government expert analysts as they provide insight into the new contract.

CORONAVIRUS,

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING

Covid-19: Government Contractor Guidance

The federal government is continuing to adapt to changes as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Join Bloomberg Government and the Professional Services Council (PSC) for an upcoming webinar – Covid-19: Contractor Guidance.

Air Force Test Center Recompetes OASIS Small-Business Work

The Air Force Test Center is moving forward to recompete a broad array of professional services work using One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Small Business.

Military Health Service Hints at IT Modernization Plans

The Defense Health Agency will host an industry briefing offering federal contractors a glimpse into its plans to consolidate and modernize information technology services.

Pentagon Issues New Rules for Non-DOD IT Systems: This Is IT

The Defense Department’s broad effort to tighten up cybersecurity is expanding its purview to ensure that nondefense systems meet new standards. Contractors who fail to meet these standards may soon find themselves unable to compete for DOD work.

Navy Looking for Trade-Offs in Next Budget Request to Congress

The Navy may join other services in cutting outdated and aging programs to fund higher priorities and new technology as part of its forthcoming fiscal 2021 budget request, acting Secretary Thomas Modly said Friday.
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