Thu, Oct 3, 2019 – 11:00 AM PACIFIC TIME – Oct 3 – FY20 Government Sources Sought-RFI Responses – New Daily Process
BIDSPEED is providing a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a New, Daily, Automated process to help increase responses to Sources Sought and RFI opportunities in FY2020. Plan to attend if your company supports the following NAICS:
611430 – Professional and Management Development Training
541990 – All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
541690 – Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
541618 – Other Management Consulting Services
541611 – Administrative Management and General Management Consulting
541519 – Other Computer Related Services
541513 – Computer Facilities Management Services
541512 – Computer Systems Design Services
541511 – Custom Computer Programming Services
541330 – Engineering Services
238990 – All Other Specialty Trade Contractors
238910 – Site Preparation Contractors
238220 – Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors
238210 – Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors
237990 – Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
237310 – Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction
237110 – Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction
236220 – Commercial and Institutional Building Construction
236210 – Industrial Building Construction
236118 – Residential Remodelers
Response Template: Bidspeed Response templates will be made available at http://register.fedbidspeed.com.
Background/Scope: Sources Sought/Request for Information (RFI) is a form of market research being used more heavily than ever by a Government agencies to determine the capabilities and interests of Contractors to participate in forecast requirements / opportunities.
Contracting Officers use the responses received from a Sources Sought / RFI notice to help determine the acquisition strategy, which includes potential Small Business or Socioeconomic set-asides.
If two (2) or more Small Businesses respond and the Government determines they are capable of performing the task(s) then they have the ability to set-aside the requirement. If a set aside is achieved, the huge benefit to Small Business is competition that is restricted to only Small Businesses.
After formally responding to a Sources Sought, you are at liberty to contact the point-of-contact identified and this relationship-building can help increase your probability of win on the procurement.
Response: Sources Sought / RFI notices instantly portray an investment of time, which is why fewer and fewer companies respond, which results is less set-aside and sole source activity. Bidspeed has developed technology and processes to decrease your time and increase your productivity in responding to Sources Sought/Request for Information (RFI). This process takes less than 5 minutes to respond to a Sources Sought / RFI:
1. Identify the Opportunity.
2. Move to your Watch-list.
3. Select Respond.
4. Add your Bidspeed response template.
5. Add your Bidspeed pre-developed Email Response Template.
6. Proof, Edit as necessary and Send.
7. Follow-up with the Contracting Official (routinely).
Bidspeed helps you develop this process during your on-board – this will increase your productivity and decrease your time in responding to Sources Sought(s) / RFI(s).
Bidspeed can also do it all for you: just ask about our Diamond Program – (CLICK HERE) to ask how or email us email@example.com.
Need Help: Contact Bidspeed 877.663.9043 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Schedule a private one-on-one session: https://schedulebidspeed.as.me/
For more details, please log in to your Bidspeed account and follow this link: http://agent.fedbidspeed.com/?b8b31b27-1362-4237-b2a6-994ff5846cd0.
We anticipate that the workshop will last approximately 30 minutes. Come prepared to participate.
Click Here to Register!
Questions? Contact Bidspeed.