FedXccel Releases Report on Expiring Federal Contracts for Week of 24th June 2008
June 24 2008 -Weekly update on expiring federal contracts will prove useful to businesses looking to find and win federal contracts.
Rockville, MD, June 24 2008 -- Leading federal contracts intelligence and marketing solutions provider fedXccel, released its weekly report on expiring federal contracts from its award winning database aimed at helping small businesses accelerate their federal sales.
“There are over $1.4 billion worth of federal contracts set to expire this week with nearly $100 million setaside for Small Businesses and 8(a) firms. Federal agencies frequently recompete such contracts and interested firms must keep track of expiring federal contracts to gain the edge,” said Gaurav “GP” Pal, Federal Business Specialist with fedXccel.
The federal research team at fedXccel is committed to helping Small businesses find and win federal contracts. The weekly expiring contracts update provides aggregated data by:
• Work Location (State)
• Setaside Category including Small Business, 8(a)
• Incumbent Vendors
The weekly expiring contracts report is available on the fedXccel website www.fedxccel.com/content/view/167/184.
fedXccel helps Small businesses find and win federal contracts through actionable intelligence and complete marketing solutions. Winning contracts requires effective "pre-bid" marketing through early opportunity identification and demand generation activities. This requires access to timely intelligence on Pre-RFP's, Expiring Contracts, Graduating 8(a)'s and Buyer information. fedXccel has assembled a powerful team of Public Sector Business Development Experts and Technology Professionals to create a comprehensive and effective online marketing platform to help Small businesses effectively market their services to federal agencies.
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