GovCon Win News Round Up: White House Raises SDB Spending Goals; Air Force $5.3B Cyber Opportunity; and Army $1B Move to the Cloud 

Welcome to the GovCon “Win” News Round Up brought to you by OCI. Each month, we provide a summary of the most actionable news to help you win more business.

Air Force Ready to Take Bids For $5.3B Cyber Tech Vehicle

The Air Force has unveiled the final solicitation for a potential 10-year, $5.3 billion contract vehicle to acquire technology development and integration services in support of its entire cyber framework. Companies have until Oct. 26 to get their proposals in for the Enterprise Cyber Capabilities contract that will go to multiple winners.

Army Plans New $1B Contract to Move Systems to the Cloud

The Army is promising another major push to migrate its existing systems to the cloud over the coming fiscal year. The forthcoming contract vehicle, called Enterprise Application Modernization and Migration (EAMM), is expected to be worth about $1 billion, and the Army hopes to make an award by the end of June 2023.

NOAA Seeks Cloud-Based Software Applications

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued a special notice on October 5th to explore options to transition from hardware-based ground radio processing to cloud-based software applications.

IRS Seeks Tool to Help Automate Solicitation Evaluation

The IRS wants an automated tool for evaluating solicitations to improve the efficiency of its procurement teams, according to a request for information.

Hot Contracts: GSA’s OASIS+ (Plus) – Getting Ready for the Final RFP

On December 1st, Deltek is hosting a webinar about GSA’s OASIS+, and how federal contractors should approach their pre-RFP strategy.  The final RFP is expected to be released in early FY 2023.

White House Raises Contract Spending Goals for Small Disadvantaged Businesses

The White House has issued new guidance for federal agencies to increase the share of government contracting dollars to small disadvantaged businesses (SDBs) in fiscal year 2023. This is part of the administration’s effort to steer $100 billion in new contracting opportunities to minority-owned businesses over the next five years.

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