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BMO Proposed Future Zones, feedback requested

Industry Partners,

The Building Maintenance and Operations (BMO) strategic solution has proposed future zones for its strategic sourcing contract vehicle.

BMO has opted for a zonal approach in order to keep territory sizes manageable to promote small business participation and is currently finalizing the RFP for Zone 1 (Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C.). Zone 1 was chosen as the initial location for the BMO solution as it has the largest volume of estimated annual spend.

Future zones proposed for the solution are (in order of estimated annual spend):

 

Southeast - Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina

California - California and Nevada

Texas - Texas and Oklahoma

Northeast - Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont

These four zones were identified for inclusion by BMO based on recommendations including customer input and spend level. BMO expects them to be included in the solution by Fiscal Year 2017, with additional zone development and implementation taking place in later phases.

We are looking for your feedback on these specific proposed zones. Some specific topics we would like you to consider:

  • Are the specified proposed zone sizes suitable for both government customers and vendors?

  • Would your company be able to fully provide services within a specified proposed zone?

  • Are there any concerns associated with the locations identified in a specified proposed zone (i.e. collective bargaining agreements, licensing/certification issues, labor rates, etc.)?

  • Pros and cons for any of the specified proposed zones?

Please submit your questions, comments, suggestions or other feedback here (on Interact) or to our BMO email (fssi.bmo@gsa.gov).

BMO Proposed Future Zones, California, Nevada, Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

 
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Peter Cholakis
<p>To this day, the GSA has no nationwide implementation, overisight, or ability to monitor the implemtation of standardized best management practices relative to its numerous facility renovation, repair, and maintenance proeject.&nbsp;&nbsp; Efficient cost estimation and associated contract/project/document management is impossible.</p><p>Until the GSA addresses this fundamental issue... and most costs aspect of real property management, other aspects are relatively unimportant.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
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