You’ve been told that market research is critical to success in the government contracting arena. The information is out “there” but how to find the needed data? Where do look to determine which agencies are buying what you’re selling? How do you find past procurement data on a current solicitation? One of the answers is on the FPDS website.
The Federal Procurement Data System – Next Generation (FPDS or FPDS-NG) is a great (and free) tool to use for conducting market research. The FPDS contains a tremendous volume of data on past federal procurement activities.
This webinar will show you how to:
- Use the advanced FPDS search features to find past contractual information
- Conduct searches by agency, by NAICS & PSC codes, DUNS numbers and criteria
- How to sort and export the data