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Change is Here

Things have changed… Are you ready?

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Govgistics Inc. introduces new technology that enables collaboration and commerce between buyers and sellers.  Quickly find suppliers for products you’re seeking and shorten the time between discovery and execution.

Come by and see for yourself why thousands of companies rely on Govgistics as their daily driver.

 

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Change is coming

Things are about to change…. Are you ready? #rEvolution

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Identify your competitors’ open solicitations through the Govgistics Global Search feature before you create a saved search and isolate opportunities other companies did not bid on through the Govgistics BSM Expired Search feature – all by various search mechanisms include CAGE code. Come by and find out how Govgistics’ members were able to win over $2.3 bb in contract awards over the last 12 months (up from $1.7 bb in the previous period)

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GOVGISTICS QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

Over 33,905,806 National Stock Number Data Rows with Segments A-W where available

Over 51,000,045 Rows of Procurement History and Counting Covering the DoD (All), DHS and GSA

Over 2,389,573 of USN AEL and Over 8,977,392 of USN APL Data Rows

Over 2,907,194 CAGE Code Data Rows with SAM Registration Information When Available

Over 2,500 Average Solicitations Added Daily covering DLA, Army, Navy and Air Force including FBO Delivered with FULL FLIS, FULL PROCUREMENT, AEL/APL, PID and More

Over 2,500 Member Companies with 6,400 Site Users

Over 640,000 Monthly Page Views — With an Average Session Duration of 17 Minutes

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Advanced and Additional Govgistics Search Capabilities

Govgistics deploys feature enhancements to three tools available to our members. Global Search, BSM Expired Search and Historical Solicitations search were modified for the inclusion of searching and finding by CAGE Code.

Global Search enables searching and finding any open DoD solicitation without the use of saved searches, BSM Expired search which is a mechanism to search for all BSM solicitations past the expiration but still available to bid and Historical Solicitations search which facilitates finding and researching ALL historical DoD solicitations.

These features were deployed over the last few months and were just enhanced to include searching by company or CAGE code.

Here they are in action:

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GSA specific Procurement History.

How do you research specific GSA Procurement History?

1) Login to Govgistics
2) Go to Market Research
3) Click the GSA Contract History Tab
4) Search by a multitude of attributes, such as…

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How do you define value-add?

How much are you paying for AEL/APL Information? Does it include access to the entire database for AEL level information? What if you didn’t have to pay more just because you wanted more information? See for yourself.

 

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Finding Surplus in the Marketplace

How do you find surplus in the market place? How do you track who is selling your parts? How do you get ahead of companies undercutting your prices?

The Department of Defense issues on average over 30,000 solicitations a month. While some don’t get awarded for various reasons, the vast majority gets awarded to thousands of companies like yours. Every day we speak with our members about their experience in dealing with the procurement process and every day we are asked by some about the surplus that exists in the market.

Imagine you’re the OEM of a widget. You’ve been making that widget for years. A solicitation is released calling for your widget and you bid it… unsuccessfully. You look at the award and find out that some company undercut your price. Why? Because your widget has been sitting in a warehouse somewhere for weeks and sometimes longer. It was acquired by a vendor for a good price and it was just resold. What do you do?

From a slightly different point of view, you’re still a manufacturer of the same widget but you may not know how many other companies make it. More importantly, that widget is repeatedly acquired by the DoD or even commercially. You look at your trailing twelve month sales for that widget and discover they are not inline with the market history. What do you do and how do you find buyers for your widget?

These are questions for which Govgistics provides answers to its members every day. In addition to buying opportunities from the DoD, Market Research is an integral part of our services. Discover how you can track demand, research procurement, OEM data and aggregate information, by the piece or via batch, with a couple of mouse clicks to find out what the DoD is buying, how much they have bought it for and all the vendors who happen to be stocking those parts.

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If you’re looking for Navy AEL/APL information…

Govgistics is pleased to announce the enhancement of the Navy AEL/APL information available to our members.  Last summer we enhanced our reporting to include the National Stock Number’s ship application in our NSN and Bid reports.  We continued to build on this enhancement and deployed a full Navy AEL database module and today we enhanced the NSN and Bid reports to include the AEL part application.

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The reporting enhancements are available now to Govgistics members and are included in the membership.  If you are a Govgistics member, simply tailor your NSN and Bid reports for the inclusion of these data points or call your dedicated customer service representative for assistance.  Otherwise please stop by Govgistics and ask for your free trial so you too can discover why thousands of companies reply on Govgistics as their daily driver.

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