DoD’s new procurement evaluation process, value-adjusted total evaluated price, is part of a movement away from subjective evaluation of enhancements, and toward a more objective and quantifiable system.
The Defense Department is trying an approach somewhere in between lowest-priced, technically acceptable and traditional best value. Attorney Sharon Larkin, a partner at Steptoe and Johnson explains value-adjusted total evaluated price on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Government contractors and GAO are likely to be busy this summer responding to several billion-dollar solicitations for IT services and dealing with the corresponding protests from the losing bidders.
The Professional Services Council and IT Alliance for Public Sector say lowest price technically acceptable is the wrong process to use when evaluating ENCORE III bidders.
Tom Davis, director of Federal Government Affairs for Deloitte, joins Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to talk about about the presidential primary campaigns and the current political climate. April 26, 2016
A provision tucked into the annual Defense authorization bill would order the DoD to look into how often LPTA is used, and whether DoD is following it’s own guidance on when and how to use it.
The Defense Department is trying to be more transparent in the way it prices contracts.
Brian Friel, principal at One Nation Analytics LLC, discusses Alliant 2, Encore 3, category management and more when he joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf. February 16, 2016
The Professional Services Council’s 51st annual Vision Forecast found Defense Department and civilian agency spending on technology spending to increase over the next few years.
Kevin Plexico, vice president of Information Solutions at Deltek, discusses FSSI, small business contracting, and more with host Mark Amtower. March 16, 2015