How not to ruin your chance to bid

Now that we’re well into the new federal fiscal year, vendors have access to many new contracting opportunities — from standard federal budget programs and cycles to existing and new procurement vehicles, such as blanket purchase agreements, governmentwide acquisition contracts, and indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts.

New opportunities introduced this year address the Biden Administration’s five-year, $1.2 trillion critical infrastructure agreement and the $860 billion Inflation Reduction Act commitment.

With so many continued and new opportunities, the last thing a government contractor needs is to have their bid rejected because they did not correctly complete the government’s requests for proposals. In reality, that is a very common occurrence. With so many companies competing for federal business there are bound to be many RFPs rejected for noncomformity and/or sloppiness.

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