Notice ID AA-OAM-WC-O-22-00762
In Fiscal Year 2021, The Department of Commerce (DOC) contracting workforce is composed of approx. 360 contracting officers (CO) and contracting specialists (CS) that issue awards valued at over $6B per fiscal year. As required by Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) 4.6, DOC reports all procurement actions that are valued above the micro-purchase threshold to the Federal Procurement Data System – Next Generation (FPDS-NG). FPDS-NG is an automated system used to collect and report on federal procurement spending and serves as the U.S. Government’s single authoritative repository for federal procurement award data for all contracts valued over the micro-purchase threshold. FPDS-NG provides the following benefits:
Transparency and visibility into government contracting
Contracting information across the federal spectrum in real time, down to the contract action
Powerful business decision-making, data collection tool for the contracting community
Ability to analyze data to identify contract management and market trends
Serves as a foundation for standardizing contracting processes...
The data that is available in FPDS-NG can be reviewed by the public via the outward facing Web site located at FPDS-NG.
Scope of Work
As the U.S. Government’s official repository for acquisition-related data, it is imperative that the data contained in FPDS-NG is valid and accurate. The purpose of this procurement is to expand the subscription automated data validations services currently in place at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to the entire Department. DOC seeks to receive subscription automated data validation services (ADVS) & and other analysis that can identify suspected or known FPDS-NG errors to ensure that the entered FPDS-NG data is valid and accurate. Subscription services consist of an automated data system that is resident on the contractor’s IT system and provides: automated data monitoring; feedback; automated notifications to up to 375 users with individual accounts who will receive individually targeted e-mail that identifies potential Federal Procurement Data System - Next Generation (FPDS-NG) data errors; summary FPDS-NG data error alerts for...”
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