If you are a small business, or a large business teaming with good small businesses, this is your time to master MACs to benefit from the current trends despite sequestration and shrinking budgets. You have probably heard about the upcoming multiple award contracts (MACs) on the horizon: NASA’s Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) SEWP V with the draft RFP already on the street, the somewhat controversial GSA’s OASIS, and even the Army’s ITES-3S possibly joining the ranks of multibillion-dollar vehicles. There are nearly 1,200 non-schedule MACs as of 2012, and their quantity has tripled since 2006, according to BGov analysts. Non-schedule MACs represent roughly 16 percent of government procurement dollars, more than double the value of GSA schedules. Total MAC spending has been steadily increasing despite a decrease in total procurement spending. Additionally, the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act requires all contracts with a potential value of at least $100 million to be awarded through MACs. In other words, more work is going to be awarded under MACs. $4.1 billion in task orders expiring in the next three years will move to GSA’s Alliant and Alliant Small Business, with five task orders valued at more than $30 million each to be… Read full this story
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