GSA FEDSIM has been commissioned by DoD to establish a multiple award IDIQ contract program dedicated to unmanned, manned, and optionally manned systems, robotics, and platforms. Code-named ASTRO, the program is expected to be a unique DoD focused contract vehicle that will capture a lot of attention this year as a critical federal acquisition. Similar to OASIS, ASTRO will utilize a self-scoring system to evaluate a contractor’s status as a best-in-class solution provider. On February 5th, GSA FEDSIM issued a draft RFP and is slated to hold one-on-one due diligence sessions with interested vendors on February 18th through the 20th. Prospective contractors would be wise to consider the latest news as GSA moves forward.
Please join the Coalition as we host Baker Tilly to provide an overview of the ASTRO contract, expected contract requirements, and what contractors should consider as they make bidding decisions, including:
- Program Drivers
- ASTRO Background
- Anticipated FEDSIM Proposal Evaluation Criteria
- Vendor Self-Scoring
- Impact of “Bootstrapping” on Small and Mid-Tier Businesses
- Proposal Preparation Lessons Learned From OASIS
- Bid / No-Bid Factors
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