Federal Analysis Feature for December: Regional Opportunities and the OASIS Contract
GovWin+Onvia’s research staff of more than 100 federal and state, local, and education (SLED) market analysts provide in-depth research reports, timely articles, webinars, presentations, and consultations to help clients build business development plans and navigate the government market effectively.
In this federal feature we highlight three types of recent analysis from our federal research team: The federal government contracting landscapes for four major regions of the US, highlights of recent industry conferences, and a look at a Deltek webinar highlighting the popular OASIS federal contracting opportunity.
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Looking at the Federal Government Contracting Landscapes in the Northeastern, Southern, Midwest and Western Regions
The government contracting marketplace is vast and fragmented. Fortunately, GovWin’s market research team tracks opportunities and trends from coast to coast, ensuring coverage of the entire contracting landscape. They have recently provided analysis of federal government contracting trends and opportunities on a regional basis, breaking the US into four segments and providing analysis for each of the four. Highlights include:
- The states of Florida and Texas are the areas within the Southern region that award the greatest number of contracts to public sector sellers.
- In the Northeastern region, the Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Army combine to make up more than 50% of total federal government contracting opportunities.
- The Army and Air Force both have a wide footprint in the Midwest region, and they are among the many agencies offering a large number of set-asides for small businesses.
- The Western region has federal contracts in many industries, with the top 3 being Defense & Aerospace, Research & Development, and Operations & Maintenance.
A Deep Dive into the OASIS Contract and Platform
The One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract has become a crucial one for many federal buyers, and the GSA is preparing an increase in the number of contractor on-ramps. That’s why Deltek is hosting a free webinar providing a deep dive into OASIS to review contract requirements and provide insight that contractors can use as they make bidding decisions.
The live webinar is scheduled for January 9, 2019, and an on-demand version of the webinar will be available after the live date. Interested parties can register for both versions to make sure they get access to important information on how the OASIS contract can impact their business.
“With over $11B in obligations in just over four years, open season on-ramping represents a significant opportunity for prospective contractors to consider adding this “Best-In-Class” contract to their contract portfolios.”
Summaries of Recent Federal Government Contracting Events and Upcoming Contracts
GovWin’s federal market research team members are always keeping their fingers on the pulse of the federal government contracting industry – including tracking events and conferences that prove valuable for government vendors.
This month they have provided analysis of four recent events that are relevant for sellers in the public sector, especially those involved with the GSA, Air Force, Department of Defense, and those that are members of women-owned businesses. Summaries, highlights, and upcoming opportunities that were teased at these events are contained in the recaps below:
- GSA Federal Marketplace Industry Day
- GSA ChallengeHER Event
- 17th Annual Air Force Day hosted by AFCEA NOVA
- CDCA Defense Summit Conference
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