GSA Seeks SAM.gov Testers with Experience Fulfilling or Seeking Subcontract Opportunities
PSC received the following message that the General Services Administration wishes to share with our membership. GSA is seeking SAM.gov testers who could help shape the creation of a new system that simplifies posting and finding subcontracting opportunities. Their message reads as follows:
We are looking for PSC members who work with or manage subcontractors to help us test a new interface in SAM.gov.
As someone with experience in either fulfilling or seeking sub-contract opportunities, your insights are crucial for the development of this new feature on SAM.gov. Your participation could be pivotal in transforming how contracts and sub-contracts are managed and executed within the federal domain.
Why Your Participation Matters:
Influence New Features: Directly impact the creation of a new system that simplifies posting and finding sub-contract opportunities.
Streamline Contracting Efforts: Help design an intuitive process that saves time and resources for Prime Contractors and Subcontractors alike.
Focused Engagement: Engage in a meaningful [60/90-minute] dialogue focused on your experiences and insights.
User-Centric Design: Your feedback will be the cornerstone of a user-centered design approach, ensuring the platform meets your real-world needs.
Confidential and Convenient: Discussions will be held in confidence and scheduled at your convenience to respect your valuable time.
This is an opportunity to make a lasting impact on the SAM.gov experience. If you’re interested in contributing to this initiative, please find a time that works for you by Scheduling Here and let’s shape the future of government contracting together.
Thank you for your dedication to excellence in government contracting. We look forward to potentially collaborating with you on this exciting endeavor.
Please respond to GSA's link to schedule a timeslot for contribution, or contact me at email@example.com for additional information.
Sebastian Beau Herrick
Director, Procurement Policy