IDIQs are the Future of Federal Contracting

The use of Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts is becoming more prevalent by the day. These types of contracts are often used when the federal purchasing official cannot pin down the quantity of products or services that will be needed over the life of the contract, IDIQ contract ceilings now exceed $30 billion and individual task orders under IDIQs commonly exceed $1 billion. These contracts are used by federal government officials to purchase almost any type of good or service needed. They are particularly popular when information technology products and services, architectural & engineering services, and construction services are involved.

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Your competitors who understand the different types of contracting vehicles are winning business "under the radar." Take 60-minutes to learn how and why these types of contracting vehicles can help you win business. If you overlook IDIQ, BPA, BOA, GWAC and GSA contracts you are turning your back on large chucks of federal business.

Contents Covered:

  • The contracting game and how to play to win
  • Types of contracting vehicles available
  • Types of contracting vehicles specific to your industry
  • Does it make sense to partner with a current contract holder or to compete with them?
  • Who will be the predicted winners for future contracting opportunities?
  • Just how much $$$ are your competitors are winning "under the radar."
  • How to ask your current federal customer which contracting vehicles they prefer
  • How much is the government using IDIQ, BPA, BOA, JOC, MATOC, GSA and other contract vehicles to avoid the public bid process?
  • Which contract vehicles are the top primes using and
  • Which agencies are use these contracts the most
  • How can you locate and track of these opportunities
  • How can you leverage future opportunities with this information?

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