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Army Seeks Credentialing Support Services

February 17, 2022 | Business Development, Government, Opportunity

Army Medical Command has a requirement to provide non-personal credentialing branch support services to the United States Army Reserve Command.  The procurement includes credentialing and Information Technology services.  Credentialing and privileging services consist of management and operations support, file management, document processing, prime source verification, national practitioner data bank, credentialing and Operational privileging, peer review, inter-facility credential transfer brief, and operational privileging. The Health Readiness Contracting Office, Joint Base San Antonio Fort Sam Houston, Texas is responsible for this procurement. They expect to release the RFP on or about March 3, 2022. Please reach out if you have any questions…

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Receiving a Debriefing Critical for Successful Government Contractors

February 15, 2022 | Business Development, Government

So you've decided to throw your hat in on a Request for Quotation (RFQ). You may not have done a whole lot of outreach to the government agency in question, but that's ok. This RFQ only has a few evaluation criteria. You estimate it will only take a few hours to write a thoughtful response, formulate pricing and update your past performance matrix. You decide to "Swing the Bat." More on "Swinging the Bat" can be found here. So you submitted, and you didn't win. Now what? You Lost You lost to someone who bid lower than you on a…

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Flight Standards Service – Translation Services – FAA

February 3, 2022 | Business Development, Government, Opportunity

Photo by Bill Abbott on Flickr The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a requirement for translating submitted foreign language documents into English.  Document content will consist of confirmations of airmen identity and ratings, a notice of aircraft registration cancelation or non-issue, and related follow-up communications. They are currently conducting market research to determine who is capable of providing these services. If you are interested in providing these services you should respond in writing to the FAA by February 15th, 2022 Please reach out if you have any questions by contacting us here.

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Custom Software Developer and ECG Client Awarded GSA Schedule Contract

February 2, 2022 | Business Development, Government

Custom Application Developer, DB Services, was recently awarded a 20-year contract with the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide custom application development services and Claris FileMaker software licensing. To expand, they chose this pursuit to deliver custom application solutions as a certified Claris FileMaker, Salesforce, and AWS partner. "Our team has been providing digital transformations that make businesses more efficient for nearly twenty years," said Kevin Hammond, CEO of DB Services. "We are excited for this additional opportunity to provide innovative services and solutions to government agencies." Under Earnest Consulting Group's guidance, DB Services began working on its proposal submission…

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