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Bidspeed Signs Co-Sponsorship Agreement with the Small Business Administration (SBA)

Fullerton, CA – January 6, 2015 – Bidspeed and the US Small Business Administration (SBA), Santa Ana District, have agreed to cosponsor an activity that will provide Government contracting opportunity webinars to small businesses in the Santa Ana District. The webinars will provide small businesses with the information necessary to review, respond and begin the process of obtaining new business with the Federal Government. Bidspeed’s Customer Relationship Information System provides Government business decision logic and accurate procurement opportunity information to help grow businesses with real-time Government opportunities. Bidspeed has been identified as the only provider of Federal, State and Local community procurement opportunities integrated into a modern business development software solution. SBA provides assistances primarily through its four programmatic functions: Access to Capital (Business Financing); Entrepreneurial Development (Education, Information, and Technical Assistance & Training): Government Contracting (Federal Procurement); and Advocacy (Voice for Small Business). SBA provides small businesses with an array of financing, free individual face-to-face, and internet counseling for small businesses, and low-cost training to nascent entrepreneurs and established small businesses in over 1,800 locations throughout the United States and US territories. President, Mr. Ryan Reid declared, “Our cosponsorship with the SBA increases the likelihood that more small businesses will be provided the opportunity to compete on Government...

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Video – Sources Sought – RAILSS – Edwards Air Force Base

This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 541990, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is the U.S. Department of Energy’s primary national laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development. NREL develops renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and practices, advances related science and engineering, and transfers knowledge and innovations to address the nation’s energy and environmental goals. Produce a narratively and visually compelling corporate history to document NREL’s 35+ years in order to retain historical knowledge, educate the public and private sectors about NREL, and promote the many accomplishments of the lab and its research. The history will be disseminated via multiple mechanisms to reach the largest possible audience. Possible mechanisms include NREL.gov, an interactive digital sign directed at visitors, and a mobile application optimized for tablets. Content for the project will be distilled from existing organization documents, a/v materials, and archives, as well as via interviews and oral histories with key laboratory personnel. From the existing materials and interviews, information will be researched, evaluated, and organized into meaningful and relevant stories. To complement...

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Video – Sources Sought – Product Design Support in Load Carriage

This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 541611, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. The US Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, Natick, MA is seeking sources for Product Design Support in Load Carriage. The estimated level of effort for this position is FTE. The Contractor shall demonstrate a working knowledge of the Modular Lightweight Load-carrying System (MOLLE), and the legacy systems within the DOD including the All-Purpose Individual Carrying Equipment (ALICE). The Contractor shall be proficient with textile manufacturing equipment and be knowledgeable of Mil-Spec fabrics. The Contractor shall have a higher degree in animal/human physiology and be able to apply physiological cause and effect to all load-bearing equipment designs. The Contractor shall be able to construct prototype items that meet the needs of the user community; for example, but not limited to: Holsters, Field Medical bag systems, Ammunition carriers, and the unique requirements of the Airborne and Army Special Operations Forces. Create patterns and product descriptions of finalized designs capable of being duplicated in a manufacturing environment. The Contractor must have demonstrated skills in training soldiers and civilians on...

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Video – Sources Sought – Renovation of Wards 2C, 3C, 3B, Building 134 (A&E)

This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 541310, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. To provide professional Architectural Design Services necessary for renovations to Building 134 at the James A. Lovell Federal Healthcare Center, North Chicago, Illinois. for the Design Development, Construction Document and Construction Administration phases of design, utilizing the provided programming / schematic design information for the renovations of wards 2C, 3C, & 3B in building 134 to meet VA’s current design standards and criteria for Community Living Centers. Renovation designs shall also include portions of the A wings of these wards which are support areas. Design shall resolve all VA and The Joint Commission patient privacy issues, ADA deficiencies, Life Safety, etc. A/E shall design the wards around a maximum of 20 beds each. The approximate Sq. Ft. of each ward including support space is 13,500sq.ft. The existing building was constructed in the late 50’s and has had several renovations over the years. The most recent major renovation (2010) replaced all the air handling units that serve this building. The awarded A/E firm will develop standard construction documents for bidding...

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Video – Multiple Award IDIQ Construction Services – Sources Sought Notice

This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 236220, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. General Services Administration (GSA), Public Building Services (PBS), Region 2 anticipates issuing a solicitation that will result in a Multiple Award (3-5) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) construction contracts to General Construction Contractors with design/build experience. The requirements contained within this anticipated contract will be for a broad range of construction services in Government and leased buildings, which are located in New York and Northern New Jersey (Bergen, Essex, Union, Morris, Passaic, Hudson, Middlesex and Monmouth). Specific services will be obtained on an individual task order basis. Each anticipated contract will have a maximum order limitation (MOL) of $30,000,000 (including base and 4 option years). The annual estimated dollar amount of each contract awarded under this solicitation is $3-$6 Million per year. The Government anticipates issuing the solicitation for this acquisition around June or July 2014. For more details, please log in to your Bidspeed account and follow this link:...

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