The government is routinely conducting market research for “special needs ground transportation” and we are pleased to share VA contract information with active UMTPG members whenever notices and associated information is received.
Prior to offering a Request for Proposal (RFP), the VA will frequently issue a Sources Sought Notice (SSN) or a Request for Information (RFI) to gain market research and assess the level of interest, competency, and capabilities of potential providers.
An SSN/RFI is non-binding and is issued early in the procurement process. If interested in serving the VA, it is important to effectively, articulately, and punctually respond to the SSN/RFI. Such inquiries should not be ignored. In fact, there are many benefits to responding to the SSN/RFI.
In “How to Evaluate and Prepare a Response to a Veterans Affairs Sources Sought Notice,” Joel is going to lead you through an actual VA SSN to define key terms, itemize possible concerns, discuss benefits, and makes suggestions for how best to respond and engage the Contracting Officer.
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The Veterans Administration continues to solicit RFPs from transportation providers across the country for both non-emergency medical transportation and emergency services.
Because time is limited to prepare and submit RFPs once announced, it behooves providers to prepare information in advance. Once RFPs are announced, if you would like to receive email notifications from the UMTPG regarding VA RFPs in your state, please share your information below. Your company profile will be securely saved and archived for future reference when RFPs are published by the Veterans Administration.
Should you need help and assistance in preparing and submitting your RFP, our team of professional writers welcomes the opportunity to assist you.