Intermedium has identified 60 variations to agency procurement plans during July and August. These variations consisted of:
- 30 new entries
- 24 procurement opportunities which have been advertised as open tenders or awarded
- 6 amendments, mostly to the procurement timeframes originally published
Of the 30 new entries, 27 were listed by agencies averaging between $20m and $100m per year in new contracts, who are major buyers in the Federal government ICT market. The new entries consisted of:
- 10 for Hardware
- 10 for IT Services
- 3 for Software
- 7 for Telecommunication Services
We’ve already noted a number of variations for September.
How are you doing in keeping across this moving feast? Finding it hard work?
Intermedium’s scout IT tracks the procurement plans of (currently) 120 Federal government agencies. Updates are released monthly, showing new opportunities which have been posted, items which have gone to tender or been awarded (and are therefore no longer available) and items which have been amended by agencies, typically changes to the expected timeframes.
In addition, Scout IT contains information on significant contracts which will be expiring in the 12 months ahead, to signpost potential opportunities, and information on open tenders released in the preceding 12 months, to check agency positioning in the procurement cycle. These too are updated every month to provide a continuous 12 month “rolling horizon” for sales planning.
So why waste your valuable time? Get scout IT to do the legwork and get on with business.