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New Pricing Info and Features Added to CALC

The powerful Contract Awarded Labor Categories (CALC) digital tool recently added another 3,600 labor categories and the ability to search by company name or contract number. These additions make CALC an even more robust resource for contracting officers allowing them to conduct market research and price analysis on over 65,000 labor categories across several GSA Schedules.


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Discovery Market Research Tool Now Includes HCaTS Data

GSA’s Discovery Market Research tool now includes data from GSA’s Human Capital and Training Solutions (HCaTS) contracts. The contracts were added to provide unprecedented acquisition planning and market research support to customers and agencies looking to fulfill their requirements through these contracts. You can find Discovery on the HCaTS Research Tools web pages or at discovery.gsa.gov


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IPN - Welcome to our community

The purpose of the DHA IPN Program is to gather market intelligence for future DHA requirements that anticipate a need for an innovative or leading edge type solution. As an overview, DHA’s industry base will be asked to provide a written submittal on topics where the DHA is seeking market intelligence and innovative ideas to help develop Agency requirements. The DHA will analyze the submittals to identify industry capabilities and potential solutions. Vendors providing submissions to the DHA may be invited to face-to-face communications with the DHA staff. The panel will analyze the presentations, ask questions, and have open discussions with vendors regarding the material presented. The market intelligence gained as a result of the DHA IPN process is intended to improve the DHA’s requirements, increase the potential for innovative solutions, and expand acquisition resources.


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Instructions for conducting searches within FPDS

Sharing two great instructional documents on conducting searches within FPDS.  Thank you to Sandra Clerk-Brown at the Greater Southwest Acquisition Center for creating these and making them available.  


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