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Three Ways for Proposal Response

Three Ways to Get Your Task Order Proposal Response Work Done

Winning Task Orders on IDIQ/GWAC vehicles is challenging work. The greatest time, effort, and risk is in putting together the proposal response and doing it in a very compressed time frame. Task Order proposal responses are different than managing full GovCon RFPs. Companies are learning to drive greater efficiencies by changing their methods and tools to […]

Noise of unproductive proposal development work

The cost of Unproductive, Error-Prone “Noise” Surrounding Writer and Reviewer Assignments

In a recent article we described the “noise” problem of proposal development (see Improve RFP Proposal Development Productivity by eliminating the “Noise” of Work). This “noise” is all of the administrative activity and manual work in support of the real work that matters. It is distracting, unproductive, and provides lots of room for errors and […]

Task Order teaming partners

How to leverage teaming partners to win IDIQ Task Orders

Teaming Partners are just about a built-in asset for every Prime on IDIQ multi-award contracts. But not every Prime is truly committed to leveraging them to win business. Amongst our customers it varies. New Small Business Primes are almost always very committed. Their Teaming Partners are really a necessity to providing customer coverage and having […]

IDIQ Task Order Management Capabilities

Key capabilities of R3 IDIQ Task Order Management system

As a Prime contractor on IDIQ/GWAC multi-award contracts you have a powerful opportunity to drive and win business through Task Orders. To compete and win, you need operational efficiency and excellence that puts you at the top of the competitor stack. The R3 IDIQ Task Order Management system gets you there. It is an integrated […]

Using R3 to Optimize and Scale Your IDIQ business

Mid-Tier General Contractor Can Now Scale to Grow their AEC MATOC Task Order business

Winning Task Orders on IDIQs is challenging and competitive enough. But, it is extremely challenging and competitive in the construction industry. As a Prime General Contractor you have to work with a vast sea of construction subcontractors, locally based, to deliver bids that are won on lowest price technically acceptable terms. This article will describe […]