BidPrime’s New Online Tool Assists Business in Pursuing Government Contracts

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The Austin-based company’s Vendor Resource Center offers a better understanding of the bid/RFP process as well as identifying and competing for lucrative government contracts.

With its vast array of analysts and researchers, along with contacts from across the public sector, the company is well positioned to identify and publish updates to the VRC and broaden the resources in the future. BidPrime is in touch with over 120,000 government agencies across North America that enables their users to receive continuous, up-to-the-minute tracking and updates on bids, RFPs and solicitations originating from the public sector.

“We have heard from a number of businesses that they would value an easy-to-use hub to get answers to many of the general and specific questions that arise during the bidding process,” said Anna Barnett, BidPrime’s Director of Client Services. “Now, our customers, or businesses taking advantage of our free trial, can visit the VRC and get the information they need to include contact details on applicable agencies and organizations. All in one place!”

Users can easily access links to register as a vendor. Included in the Vendor Resource Center is contact information for Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC), along with business and government purchasing contact info and links for states and territories. You will also find a resource to help better understand the federal government contracting processes.

“The VRC will become a go-to for our clients, regardless of their experience in the public sector solicitation process,” Bill Culhane BidPrime’s VP of Operations. “We predict that businesses large and small can put the VRC to use, regardless if the intent is to retrieve an important phone number, clarify a process, or to submit a request for records. This is just the start for the VRC and we intend to expand its scope, based on the needs and feedback from our customers.”

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