Many times, when starting the process of procurement, one can find themselves stumbling across some of the steps required to obtain a government contract. For starters, one has to know when looking to make an offer, how should you respond to a Request for Quote (RFQ), or a Request for Proposal (RFP), and what the differences between the two are?
When trying to aggressively pursue or bid on government contracts, the importance of being prepared can mean the difference between receiving an offer and being sent back home to do more homework. The preciseness of detail needed to fill out a Request for Proposal (RFP) demands that you plan and research your approach to solve the issue that the RFP presents.
Market Research with PartsBase Government Data
Market Research at PartsBase Government Data is unlike anything you have ever experienced before. The in-depth product data provided allows customers and our members to fully investigate the Cage Codes and NSNs or National Stock Numbers they are researching. PartsBase Government Data has done our research to provide market research for members and customers as easy as possible. Management Data, Master Cross Reference Library, Procurement History, Freight Packaging, Interchangeability, Navy AEL/APL and Vender Summaries are just a few key essentials in one central location under market research.
What is PartsBase Government Data?
PartsBase Government Data is a company that strives to provide members with the highest level of insight to promote your business. We leverage technology to give government contractors a way to meet their criteria given by the DoD (Department of Defense).