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

DISA Releases $6.5 Billion IT Final Request for Proposal: Top 20

The Defense Information Systems Agency released a final request for proposal on Oct. 11 for a 10-year $6.5 billion single-award contract known as Global Solutions Management – Operations II (GSM-O II).

FY19 Top 20 Opportunities: Event Replay

Bloomberg Government has released a list of the 20 leading contracting opportunities for the fiscal year that begins Oct. 1. The report covers contracts worth a total of about $130.9 billion for which a final request for proposal is likely by the close of fiscal 2019.

$3.3B Consulate, Embassy Services Contract Available for Bid: Top 20

The State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs released a final request for proposal on Sept. 7 for a 10 year, $3.3 billion multiple-award contract known as Global Support Strategy 2.

Air Force to Spend $6 Billion on ‘Top Gun’ Exercises

The U.S. Air Force plans to release a final request for proposal on July 27 for a $6 billion, 10-year contract delivering pilot adversary training.

Army Releasing $5.1B Tactical Communications RFP in June

GTACS II will deliver voice and data communications to soldiers on the battlefield.

Navy Releases Final RFP for $52.5 Billion SeaPort NxG

The U.S. Navy today released a final request for proposals for the 10-year, $52.5 billion professional services contract vehicle known as SeaPort-NxG. Proposals are due on July 2 and awards are scheduled in the first quarter of fiscal 2019.

GSA Competing $2.5 Billion Payroll Services Contract

The General Services Administration released a presolicitation on May 17 for a $2.5 billion contract, known as NewPay, that will be used to provide payroll, work schedule, and leave-management shared services for as many as two million federal employees across agencies.

GSA to Open On-Ramps to Two OASIS Unrestricted Pools

Contractors that didn’t make it onto OASIS Unrestricted may soon get another chance, the General Services Administration announced May 9.

Navy Competing $12.6 Billion in Aircraft Maintenance Contracts

The U.S. Department of the Navy is moving ahead with plans for a $12.6 billion seven-year aircraft maintenance services and contractor logistics services program that consolidates as many as 15 contracts.

CMS Soliciting $25 Billion Quality Improvement Contract

The contract, known as Network of Quality Improvement and Innovation Contractors, or NQIIC, will rely on data analytics to improve the quality of health-care decisions by patients, families, and clinicians, according to the draft statement of work.