Monthly Archives: August, 2017

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Government contract protests are up 17% since 2012, according to a recent article by NCMA Executive Director Michael Fischetti in the Federal Times. That’s no surprise since total federal spending is down since that time. Contractors want to ensure that they have made every effort to get fair consideration for an award or, if they’re an unsuccessful incumbent, extend work during a protest to keep revenue up while planning for a transition.

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The long-anticipated, multi-billion Enterprise Information Services (EIS) telecommunications contract made its much-anticipated award decisions Friday, with letters going to ATT, Verizon, Level 3, Century Link and others. The contract will become GSA’s main vehicle for the delivery of traditional and cloud telecomm services, as well as technology and professional services that are related to telecommunications.

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We’ve spoken often about Category Management and the Trump Administration’s desire to eliminate duplication. Lest anyone doubt that these efforts are real, OMB issued a memorandum last week directing all federal agencies to use a new DOD contract, even though it technically won’t start until October 1st, for all package shipping. This could well be the first “shot across the bow” at trying to mandate the use of only certain contact vehicles in each market segment.

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CONTRACTS
DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY
ScImage Inc., Los Altos, California, has been awarded a maximum $400,000,000 fixed-price with economic-price-adjustment, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for digital imaging network picture archiving,

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