Ahead of the September 30 deadline, federal agencies gear up for the annual challenge – efficiently and effectively allocating the remainder of their budget dollars to chosen contracts. In this upcoming webinar, our experts will explore key topics that will prepare you for a strong ending and lay the groundwork for fiscal year 2021.
Join Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Stephen Censky, NASDA’s very own Dr. Barbara Glenn, and Bloomberg Government reporter Megan Boyanton for the Spring 2020 Hill Watch Live Part II: A Deep Dive Into the State of Agriculture Policy.
8(a) STARS III is the General Services Administration’s recompetition of its 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resource for Services (STARS) II vehicle and will have a ceiling value of $20 billion. It’s an important contract for introducing new vendors to the federal IT market and has helped agencies meet their small-business goals.
Hear from BGOV elections gurus Kyle Trygstad & Greg Giroux on the races to watch and their political and policy implications by signing up for Races to Watch: Election Season Amid Covid-19. We’ll deliver the data-driven analysis you need to keep up with the evolving pre-election landscape in Washington. Register today and join us for…
Bloomberg Government held a live discussion with Senator John Thune (R-SD) about what’s happening on the Hill, priorities on his radar for 2020, and the latest in technology, privacy, Covid-19, and other policy areas. In conjunction with our Hill Watch report, this live event explored what’s progressing in Congress in these unprecedented times.
Multiple-award contracts (MACs) are changing the federal acquisition landscape. Which opportunities are the most lucrative and where in government are they used most often? Join Bloomberg Government’s industry experts on May 28 for an exclusive webinar covering major contracting trends and how MACs are changing the game. Topics include: What to Watch: Which MACs should…
OTA spending is up more than 400% over the last four years, from $1.4 billion in fiscal 2016 to more than $7.5 billion in fiscal 2019. Why? Because OTAs allow the Pentagon to quickly and efficiently access innovative technologies from organizations that don’t typically contract with the DoD.
Join Bloomberg Government as we examine health care policy during a global pandemic. This live discussion will cover the continuing response to the coronavirus and the implications for long-term health policy.
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.
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