FedBizOpps

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FedBizOppsFederal Business Opportunities System
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The FedBizOpps notice and the subsequent update together clarify key elements of the CROWS procurement:
More than 27,000 government buyers are registered to use FedBizOpps, and more than 750,000 vendors have registered to receive e-mail notification of procurement opportunities.
FedBizOpps is the single government-wide venue for federal agencies to advertise business opportunities.
A recent check of the FedBizOpps site showed seven pending appraisal solicitations out for bid.
Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) began in the mid 1990s, as an agency-specific project at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) known as the "electronic posting systems." The General Services Administration (GSA), however, recognized the potential of the system and took over the project in 1998.
PEO land systems is looking for a modular, off-road utility vehicle that can be quickly configured to provide logistical support for infantry units, and perform casualty evacuation, command and control, and electronic warfare missions, according to an RFI that was posted on FedBizOpps. It also wants a platform that can carry crew-served weapons and be internally transported by MV-22 and CH-53E/K aircraft.
Every day contracting officers post "Sources Sought" listings in FedBizOpps. These listings are the government's way of doing market research--identifying potential small businesses that are capable of doing the work.
Categories: Bid Protest, Contract terms, Evaluation criteria, FedBizOpps, Fixed price contracts, Multiple award procurement, Performance measures, Repair contracts, Requirements definition, Solicitation specifications, Source selection, Technical proposal evaluation
The federal government provides notice of its requirements through an electronic posting service, FedBizOpps, on the Internet.
The complete kit includes the upper receiver and bump stock kits; tools required for the conversion; and an attachable light and sound reducing suppressor, according to the request for information released on FedBizOpps.