Daniel Snyder

Deputy Director, Government Contracts Research, Bloomberg Government

Daniel Snyder is the Deputy Director of Government Contracts Research at Bloomberg Government. Prior to joining Bloomberg, he served as an analyst focusing on GSA/VA Federal Supply Schedule consulting. He holds an undergraduate degree in political science from Siena College and is currently pursuing a M.S. in government contracts at The George Washington University.

Blog posts

Navy begins recompete of $1 billion training contract

The U.S. Navy is finalizing acquisition plans for Training Systems Contract IV, an up-to-nine-year, $1 billion multiple-award contract for noncommercial training systems, services, and content.

DLA reopens solicitation for $6.5 billion in radiology services

The U.S. Veterans Affairs Department and the Pentagon’s Defense Logistics Agency are adding companies to a 10-year, $6.5 billion multiple-award contract, Joint Radiology and Imaging Systems Program.

Prepare your bid for State’s $475M financial management contract

About five weeks remain before the State Department is expected to release a final request for proposals for the recompete of the $475 million Public Financial Management multiple-award contract.

BGOV top 20 federal contracting opportunities in Q3, Q4

Bloomberg Government released a list of top 20 opportunities for the third and fourth quarters of fiscal 2017, which ends Sept. 30.

U.S. Army to issue RFP on $4.7 billion R&D contract in March

The U.S. Army will issue a final request for proposal on the next version of the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center’s Prototype Integration Facility contract in March.

Census Bureau gears up for 2020 with funding, contracts secured

The U.S. Census Bureau on Jan. 27 released details about the progress of the 2020 Census, including updates on technology testing, readiness and budget authority.

Deadline nears for $7.6 billion Army human resources contracts

Contractors have about three more weeks to finalize proposals on the Human Resources Solutions (HRS) II to support the Army over the next decade.

Defense Health Agency releases IT spending plan for rest of year

The Defense Health Agency, which oversees TRICARE, released its forecast of information technology services that the agency anticipates acquiring between now and Sept. 30, the end of fiscal 2017.

U.S. government simplified acquisitions reach 10-year peak

The value of federal government contracts awarded using Simplified Acquisition Procedures rose 5.5 percent to a 10-year high of $21 billion in fiscal 2016.

U.S. to award $50B telecommunications contract in early 2017

Vendors that submitted bids in November for the $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract will soon find out if they’ve been selected to provide telecommunications and data services to the U.S. government for the next 15 years.