CHANTILLY, Va., May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- InfoBase Publishers announces the availability of its Focus|NASA product, a unique and powerful tool exclusively supporting competitive intelligence and business development professionals in the NASA market.
We invite you to participate in an 30-minute webinar demonstrating Focus|NASA at 2pm EDT on June 11. Click here to add the webinar to your calendar.
Webinar attendees will participate in a demonstration of a searchable, well-curated repository of more than 400 active NASA contracts and task orders (including cooperative agreements and Space Act agreements), valued at $157 billion. With links to solicitation documents, to predecessor contracts, and to information about follow-on requirements. And thousands of subcontractors.
In short, this product is a NASA business developer's dream (and a NASA procurement official's dream as well). It supports:
-- Market Share Assessment. Users can conduct on-the-fly analysis of just about any slice of data they can dream up: by company, by type of service performed, by NASA center. By contracts ending in a particular timeframe. By contracts classified by particular NAICS codes (or a group of them). Contracts won by companies with minority classifications. You define your market, we'll provide the numbers. -- Team Formation. Need to find veteran-owned firms supporting Goddard in professional services? We can tell you that there are currently none at the prime contract level, but can find you nine at the subcontract level--including one which is currently supporting three different prime contracts, and another to which its prime keeps going back (with the value of each subcontract). -- Competitor Assessment. Up against a certain company on a procurement? You'll learn they have six prime contracts (at Ames, Glenn, Goddard and Langley) valued at $2 billion. And that they're subcontractors on 11 contracts more, deepening their credibility at Ames, Glenn and Goddard (but not Langley) and adding credibility at Johnson and Kennedy. -- Prospecting. You can search for all procurements ending in a particular range of years or value, and then refine the set by NASA center and NAICS and/or Product/Service Code. Eliminate the procurements that were sole-sourced last time around. And eliminate (or focus on) the procurements set aside for small business.
The Focus|NASA product is integrated with the industry's top competitive intelligence service, InfoBase Publishers' Defense/Aerospace Competitive Intelligence Service (DACIS). Visit www.dacis.com for more information.
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