Including Senior Procurement Officials and Head of Contracts Management
First of all, program managers of mission critical, high-profile federal programs are under fire. Strained budgetary resources have created competing priorities among program managers across the board. Regardless of your agency mission–from keeping the environment clean to protecting the borders–the expectations are high.
Also, the single largest challenge program managers face is to increasingly defend and effectively manage their tight budgets to maximize program performance. Therefore, finding the right teams to continue delivering quality services and meeting mission objectives is paramount. This means doing the right federal market research to understand how competing priorities can be handled.
Fedmine is the only proven federal market research tool that currently helps many agencies find quick solutions to their problems. Help your agency find the most successful vendors with past performance that are capable of supporting your program initiatives. View all Exhibit 53 and Exhibit 300 IT Portfolio investments, then click them to view vendors performing on high impact initiatives.
Into GWAC contracts at any agency including your own, EPLS ratings (not CPARS), Simplified Acquisition (SAT) Reports, FPDS-NG contract awards, spending by GSA’s new Category Management classifications for the federal marketplace, and maximize small business opportunities within your agency.
In addition, find all small businesses having one or more socioeconomic status categories (e.g., you only want firms that have at least all three of the following socioeconomic statuses: Women-Owned, SDVOSB verified, and a valid 8a certification).
Most of all between contracting offices, small business specialists, and program folks at all levels within your agency.
In addition, benefit from readily available insights into the most current data available from any source.
As a result of using good information, your will increases your overall throughput and productivity in awarding federal contracts. And that is great overall for your entire procurement process.
Whether you are the Department of Defense, or the Small Business Administration, you will likely benefit from having all the following data sets aggregated in one place: SAM (System for Award Management), EPLS (Debarred Contractors), ESRS (Subawards), FPDS (Federal Procurement Data System), GSA Schedules (General Services Administration Schedules), and many more.