This informative course will provide a comprehensive overview of indefinite delivery vehicles, offering valuable insights into their significance and diverse applications within the federal procurement landscape.
An indefinite delivery vehicle is a specialized procurement mechanism used by federal government agencies to acquire goods and services for an extended period, typically spanning more than one fiscal year. These contracts provide flexibility and continuity in the procurement of specific products or services, allowing both the government and contractors to benefit from long-term agreements.
Whether you’re a seasoned government contractor or new to the field, understanding indefinite delivery vehicles and how to participate in them can be advantageous, as they offer stability and the potential for long-term business relationships with federal agencies.
During this course, you will learn about various types of indefinite delivery vehicles, including but not limited to government-wide contracts such as GSA federal supply schedules as well as agency-specific contract vehicles. We will discuss how to identify if an agency is utilizing an indefinite delivery vehicle to procure goods or services similar to what you offer. Additionally, we’ll explain the steps you should take in advance of solicitations to secure a coveted spot within an indefinite delivery vehicle.
Target Audience: Small business owners, business development capture professionals, procurement professionals