This is whyFedPipeline built our Contractor Search tool. Enter the NAICS code or family; Department and Agency; size of contract and socio-economic designations and we will tell you who has applicable contracts in that market. Moreover, we’ll list out for you their published contact information; complete corporate profile; and list of contracts across Departments and Agencies. And refining your search is simple.
Just change the values in the form and click search. You don’t need hours of training or special skills to find what you’re looking for. This is whyFedPipeline built our Contractor Search tool. Enter the NAICS code or family; Department and Agency; size of contract and socio-economic designations and we will tell you who has applicable contracts in that market.
Contractor Search is the first tool in the FedPipeline portfolio of capture management tools that will give you the insight and data you need to build your winning team.
FedPipeline was born in the GovCon Capture Management trenches. Over the years, in captures both small and large, I asked myself why, in a sea of so much federal procurement data and so many high-priced subscription services are there so little answers; so few actionable reports?
FedPipeline is the brainchild of Robert Turner, founder of rTurner Consulting, and a veteran capture manager with hundreds of millions of dollars in contract wins.
Working with an expert web and database development team we have built FedPipeline to fuel your business success and give you the insight you need to know more about your customer and your market than your competition.
“Who are the players in my market?”
“Which small business vendors really know my customer?”
“Who can I team with that has recent and relevant past performance?”
“How can I branch out and get beyond talking to the same companies on every deal?”
“How does this customer put money on contract?”
“How do customer and competition variables change over time; in different fiscal years?”
“Tell me about my prospective customer -- how they put money on contract and who they like to do business with in a SINGLE report that my intern or admin team can run.”