US Army RS3 Procurement Released March 25, 2015
Nigel Thacker | March 26, 2015
2. Carefully consider your company’s experience and past performance references based on relevance to the draft PWS. In addition to promptly addressing any performance issues as they arise on existing contracts, offerors should take action to ensure that their documented performance evaluations in the Government’s Past Performance Information Retrieval System (PPIRS) are up to date as well.
3. Some questions for senior corporate leaders to consider include: Does your company’s team have a plan to hire sufficiently cleared and qualified staff members with the expertise necessary to compete on RS3 task orders? Do you have the technical expertise to properly execute cost type task orders that may include operations in OCONUS areas? And for small business offerors in particular, will your team be ready to support quick turn task order proposals to seriously compete among intense competition?
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