The National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) announced that the request for proposals (RFP) for CIO-SP4 Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) is expected to be released on Thursday, April 29. NITAAC also released an update on the proposals for CIO-SP4.
With large RFPs like CIO-SP4 and GSA POLARIS (previously known as A2SB), are you prepared to compete for and be compliant with US federal government opportunities, especially if you are new to the federal marketplace? Companies looking to enter the federal marketplace have much to consider. Considerations for these RFPs include:
- Do you have a verification of an adequate cost accounting system
- Do you want to receive valuable points for your proposal? An offeror will receive the full amount of points if it has an:
- Earned value management system (EVMS)
- Acceptable estimating system
- Approved purchasing system
- Are you confident you can meet NIST and cybersecurity requirements?
We are here to help. BRG’s subject-matter expertise spans regulatory interpretation and compliance, strategic assistance relative to cost and pricing structures, accounting and business systems validation, benchmarking, and best practice assessments. We are experts in cost accounting, business systems validation, complex cost allowability, and allocation matters. Find out more about our Government Contracts & Grants Regulatory Consultation practice.
BRG’s integrated team of experts offers a variety of services designed specifically to help you prepare for cybersecurity and supply chain risk assessments. Holistic in-person reviews of your cybersecurity program, along with in-depth cybersecurity policy development and a diagnostic network assessment and remediation, will ensure your company is best positioned for a successful cyber/Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) assessment. Find out more about BRG’s Cyber Security, Supply Chain Compliance & CMMC practice.