Registered businesses receive notices like this Sources Sought Notice from US Department of Treasury all the time. See what they’re saying, offering, and asking for. Get familiar and start to respond for your chance to win.
The CDFI Fund sent an update on
June 16th from the US Department of Treasury
seeking a contractor to fulfil a contract.
They have released a Sources Sought Notice for the following programs:
- CDFI Rapid Response Program
- CDFI Equitable Recovery Program
- Emergency Capital Investment Program
The contractor must perform a multi-year evaluation on the aforementioned programs and the impact they have on underserved and financially disadvantaged communities. They outline the following required research: Award Recipients/Participants, borrowers, beneficiaries, and communities. This evaluation is meant to give the Community Development Financial Institution Fund & Treasury performance benchmarks to pave the way for future program opportunities.
The requirements for work to be performed by the contractor include but are not limited to: project management, research and evaluation, and database management.
Contractors interested in conducting this evaluation must be registered under the following NAICS.
- SIC 8732
Every contractor is required to submit a formal response to the notice. A few requirements include your business’ Capabilities Statement as well as a white paper about concepts, strategies and potential gaps. All responses are due before 12pm EDT on July 17, 2023 and should adhere to all requirements listed within the Sources Sought Notice on SAM.gov.
How can Select GCR help you Win this Contract?
Our Government Procurement Advisors can help you successfully submit a bid for this contract. With over 100 years of combined experience, our marketing strategies helped our clients attain over $700 million in government business. We’ve already made mistakes and learned from them. We’ve invested time and effort and now know exactly what the people responsible for awarding these contracts look for when selecting a contractor.
Initially our team of processing specialists will position your business to stand out amongst your competition, then our marketing specialists will highlight your strengths. After a specific contract is found, our Federal Business Development Advisors and GPAs who are familiar with the purchasing agents and officers involved will put you in direct contact with them to introduce your business before you submit your bid.
Our entire team are experts in the procurement process. From guides and manuals about bidding strategies and writing bids, through you attaining a government contract you will have the education, knowledge, and help to submit a winning bid.
Our team can help you submit your responses on time so you can capitalize on opportunities such as this.Good luck
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