Start Early on Upcoming Vets 2 and Alliant 2

Simplify Your Life: Start Early on Upcoming Vets 2 and Alliant 2 Small Business GWACs

Fedmarket is offering Vets 2 and Alliant 2 Small Business Model Proposals and Full Proposal Writing Services.

Federal IT GWACs are using similar, complex file requirements, multiple volumes, and multiple requirements to substantiate project experience; all of these factors make proposal writing time expensive and time consuming.

Why start early?

  1. Bidders may have to use several methods to prove project experience ratings, requiring considerable paperwork and lead time. The RFPs final will not change significantly since GSA is not likely to change the project experience requirements to any major degree.
  2. Small businesses usually have limited proposal writing resources and will need long proposal development lead times.
  3. GWACs are stressing large dollar revenue projects, in spite of the fact that although the government claims to be small business friendly. Any changes in project experience requirements in the Final RFPs will probably lower the project revenue requirements based on interested vendor comment on the unreasonableness of size requirements.
  4. Fedmarket will change your draft proposal to meet the requirements of the final RFP as part of your model proposal or full service.

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  • Vets 2 Model Proposal - $1800
  • Vets 2 Full-Service - $3600
  • Alliant 2 Small Business Model Proposal - $1800
  • Alliant 2 Small Business Full-Service - $3600
You may upgrade to full-service, the purchase price of the proposal model will be credited in full toward the full-service purchase price.

Do You Qualify? Consulting Service - $500 (credited to model or service price for qualifying companies)

Call 888 661 4094, Ext.2 for more information.

Fedmarket's Vets 2 and Alliant 2 Model Proposals will help companies save substantial sums of proposal writing dollars and focus obtaining project experience substantiation documents, the critical aspect of the two GWACs. Our model proposals includes a fully complaint, detailed proposal outline and model text.

The model proposals are provided in Microsoft Word format, and designed to be refined and modified by companies submitting a proposal in response to the GWACs. Customers using the product may add company-specific text to the model proposal to create a proposal specific to each company's qualifications and experience.

Summary of Draft GWAC RFPs

RFP DescriptionDraft Vets 2 GWACDraft Alliant 2 GWAC Small Business
TitleVeterans Technology Services (VETS 2) Government-wide, Multiple Award, IT Contract Aliant 2 Small Business Government-wide, Multiple Award, IT Contract
Estimated final RFP publication date2 - 3 months2 - 3 months
Contract Period10 years, 2/2 2007 - 2/1 20177 years, 2/2 2007 - 2/1 2014
Max Contract Ceiling$ 5 Billion$ 15 Billion
NAICS Codes518219, 541511, 541512, 541513, 541519518219, 541511, 541512, 541513, 541519
Proposal Volumes
  1. General
  2. Relevant Experience
  3. Past Performance
  4. Systems, Certifications, and Clearances
  5. Cost/Price
  6. Responsibility
  1. General
  2. Relevant Experience
  3. Past Performance
  4. Systems, Certifications, and Clearances
  5. Cost/Price
  6. Responsibility
Required Number of Project Experience Summaries/Amount5 min - 10 max, $500,000 or greater$ 1,000,000 or greater
Proof of Project ExperienceFPDS-NG Report or Signed form from Contracting OfficerFPDS-NG Report or Signed form from Contracting Officer
Performance Rating of Project ExperiencePPIRS Report or Questionnaire completed by Contracting Officer, SOW, and Official Contract Award Document (all three required if no PPIRS Report)PPIRS Report or Questionnaire completed by Contracting Officer, SOW, and Official Contract Award Document (all three required if no PPIRS Report)

Fedmarket assisted over 40 8(a) companies in writing their Stars 2 GWAC proposals using our model proposal and full services approaches. References available.


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