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Bid Monitoring: $275 per month

Keep major government opportunities from “falling through the cracks” on your firm! Obtaining a position on a key government contract can have large sales ramifications for a small business.

Key Elements

  1. We are professionals and monitor many sites searching for matching opportunities.
  2. Employees often have a hard time staying vigilant when looking for government opportunities and this takes this issue off the table.

Service Offering

Federal Monitoring

Fedvital will monitor FedBizOpps for business opportunities. Fedvital will provide the client with information on solicitations within FedBizOpps that are a good match based on the client’s Industry Classification Codes (NAICS codes). We will also analyze and assess the appropriateness of IDIQ (Indefinite Deliver Indefinite Quantity) and GWAC (Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts) contracts for suitableness to your firm.

GSA Monitoring

If client holds a GSA schedule, Fedvital will monitor the eBuy bidding system for any opportunities that would arise within GSA Schedule System.

State and Local Monitoring

Fedvital will also monitor relevant state and local government bidding sites for opportunities in your geographical region.

Sample: Email Notification from Fedvital During Bid Monitoring Services

For this service we need one of our specialists to walk through your product or service offering, agreement on who are the best Large Prime matches for your firm and provide you with a quote for this service. It is best if you book a call on our website or call and have us schedule an appointment.

Additional Information Regarding: Federal Subcontracting for Small Businesses

Small businesses can often complete the less technically or less capital-intensive parts of a Federal Contract. In these instances, the Federal Government would like the Large Prime to bring in small businesses to help on the contract to foster growth within the economy.

Some government contracts require large equipment or teams of highly skilled people that only large contractors can provide. However, in even the most technical work there is almost always a need for subcontractors.

When the contract is large enough, generally over $650,000 the Large Prime is required to submit a subcontractor plan which lays out how the Large Prime intends to meet their small business inclusiveness goals. Because of this even if a small organization does not have the ability to obtain an SBA Certification or VA Verification the small business should self-certify as small for the NAICS code in which they operated and are small. This will aid any large business wanting to use them as a subcontractor because if a small business fails to do this, they can not be counted for purposes of this small business inclusiveness plan.

If a large business fails to meet their subcontractor inclusiveness goals, then they lose points which can move them for example "Excellent" to "Very Good" which could either cost them future awards or lower the markup they can charge and still win the solicitation.

Note: Large businesses can have a small business be part of the subcontractor inclusiveness plan but when it is time to preform the work utilize another small business vendor without penalty. So, keep the reputation of the Large Prime in mind before you spend a great deal of setup work with a Prime.