Within the world of US Federal Government Contracting, it is easy to become overwhelmed with all the acronyms. One acronym you might have been wondering about lately is MATOC.
Creating and maintaining a content repository or library of reuse material is a proposal industry best practice, but why is it important? Why should your company or team invest in the development and maintenance of a content repository?
As I discovered after graduating college and having to pay for my own Microsoft Office (MSO) subscription, software can be expensive! This is especially true for commonly used project management and office programs.
Being on the winning side of an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract opens up the opportunity to earn millions and even billions of dollars through the work generated by subsequent task orders.
According to a 2017 US Government Accountability Office (GAO) report, spending by federal agencies on indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts accounts for about a third of total government contract obligations.
An effective proposal team knows that the art of developing a winning bid can be exhausting due to the unpredictable nature of each procurement.
When it comes to decision gate reviews, many organizations conduct them differently.
Starting a new job is an exciting endeavor, and like many recent college grads, I felt privileged to land a job—as a junior proposal writer at a great organization.
If you’re new to Federal Government contracting, you may be overwhelmed with all the new terminology and the many different procurement and contract types you’re hearing about.
If you pursue opportunities in the federal market, I’m sure several Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) are on your radar and you perhaps have access to them via partnerships.