Winning IDIQ Contracts: Avoid the Public Bid Process

Government procurement experts are predicting that multiple award contracts are the wave of the future.

It only makes sense, multiple award contracts allow you to circumvent the public bid process legally.  The federal government has created a host of different names and acronyms to describe various multiple award contracts.  If you are uncertain of the details - you will find answers here:

Winning Federal IDIQ Contracts
Date: December 14, 2011
: Eileen Kent
Location: Bethesda, MD or Live at your desktop
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
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Multiple award 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. 

Winning Federal IDIQ Contracts will explain the types of contracting vehicles available to contracting officers, and identify which of these best suit your industry.  These contracting vehicles allow contracting officers to award a contract quickly and within the rules.  You will learn how to position yourself to win business by using these contracts and, at the same time, avoid the arduous public bid process.

If you are not quite ready to drive in - get a primer on Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity  (IDIQ) contracts by attending Fedmarket's 90-minute session - Webinar: Understanding IDIQ, BPA, BOA, GWAC and GSA Contracts on Friday, December 2, 2011.

Fedmarket offers a range of full-day seminars covering topics such as GSA Schedules, federal sales and proposal development.  View the Fedmarket seminar calendar for upcoming dates and locations.
Many of the seminars are broadcast live over the web as Netcasts.

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