How do you find bid opportunities which have not been awarded in months or years, or even never awarded? If your current methods include reading pages and pages of RFQs or RFPs from countless PDFs, then you need to come by PartsBase Government Data, Inc.and see how to do this task in seconds along with many other tools designed to help you concentrate on your business. See for yourself why thousands of companies rely on us as their daily driver.
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It’s #humpday and the #DoD is celebrating in style with 9,300+ Solicitations issued today which makes the total for the week just under 14,000.
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PartsBase Government Data, Inc.is pleased to announce the successful deployment of #FPDS Integrations, Phase V. This new deployment allows our members to aggregate US Federal Contract Density by state and find out who were the top awarding agencies, who the top awarded vendors were, top counties by place of performance and top congressional districts. Furthermore, this data can be filtered down by year as well as set-aside type in order to better understand where and how federal procurement dollars are being spent. Come by PartsBase Government Data, Inc.and see for yourself why thousands of companies rely on us as their daily driver.
@Govgistics Inc is pleased to announce the beta deployment of Phase I of Project Workflow. Easily write notes on National Stock Numbers or NSNs, CAGE Code or companies and Solicitation reports. Everything you record remains in your personal tracking page for review anytime. Additionally, while reviewing the NSN, CAGE or Solicitation reports, you can review your last three notes by clicking on the notepad icon right next to the NSN, CAGE Code or Solicitation number.
One additional feature offered with this deployment is the ability to record part cost and bid amount which may come in handy next time you’re viewing the NSN or Solicitation. There are no limits on how many notes you can keep and view. Phase II, currently in development, will focus on further enhancing other areas of the application in order to make accessible your notes just about everywhere CAGE, NSN or Solicitation numbers appear. Phase III will be driven by by your suggestions and requests is currently TBD.
This enhancement is available to all PartsBase Government Data members as part of their current service. Again, we challenge you to compare your current methods or provider to the solution offered by PartsBase Government Data and invite you to see why thousands of companies rely on us as their daily driver. #contracting #NSN #workflow #bigdata
If you have wondered what’s been happening over @Govgistics, well, we’re please to tell you quite a bit. So, we decided to take a few minutes and provide you with an update. Last month, we deployed major enhancements to our standalone FBO module which provided our members with the ability to create customized saved searches and enable email notifications for them which include 100% of the data points required to make a decision to pass or to pursue the opportunity. To say this was well received is an understatement based on member participation.
Earlier this month, we deployed Phase I of FPDS (Federal Procurement Data System) integration. This tremendously increased our members’ research capabilities by helping them find relevant data by quickly getting to what’s important. This module allows for search by CAGE, DUNS, Company Name and Contract Number and utilizes built in on the fly filtering and available data export. In addition, this module also started to bridge the gap between federal reporting and CLIN level information.
Earlier this week, we continued with our development schedule and deployed Phase II and Phase III of FPDS (Federal Procurement Data System) integration. This allowed us to finalize the correlation between the data and the CLIN by integrating the data with the NSN and Bid report procurement histories and through CAGE reporting.
Additionally, Phase III of this integration expanded on the capabilities of Phase I by providing all the relevant contract technical details reported through FPDS at the click of a mouse.
We would like to thank you, our members, for continuing to drive us and to provide us with the features and products which lead to your success. We look forward to showing you what’s next and extend our challenge to you to compare your current methods of aggregating relevant data to the solution offered by @Govgisitcs and invite you to see why thousands of companies rely on us as their daily driver.
PartsBase Government Data Inc. deploys Phase I of FPDS (Federal Procurement Data System) integration. Find relevant data by and search by CAGE to quickly filter your list by any line detail then export the data. In the coming weeks, we will be deploying Phase II which will join the data in CAGE reporting and Phase III which will focus making the data interactive and providing better associations between contracts and CLIN level data. We are extremely excited to bring this to you and we also look forward to showing you what’s next. Come by PartsBase Government Data and see for yourself why thousands of companies rely on PartsBase Government Data as their daily driver.
We believe knowledge and experience are inextricably tied to success. What if you knew about the spares procurement trends for all your NSNs or those related a a weapon system you support? Look at the enclosed graphic. It represents action counts and action dollar amounts by year spent on procuring spares for NSNs where AH-64 is in the technical characteristics. We used PartsBase Government Data to ID the NSNs and batch all the relevant commodity data. We invite you to test for yourself.