Category: Marketplace Buyer

The ABCs of BPAs and IDIQs

Defining BPAs A Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA), or “charge account,” is an “agreement” between the government and a contractor. BPAs are typically used when the government anticipates requirements for supplies or services on a recurring basis or does not know the exact items, quantities, or delivery requirements. The BPA contains pre-negotiated terms and conditions that […]

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FY21 Unison Marketplace Snapshot

The year 2021 was busy for federal agencies. Now that fiscal year 2021 contract awards have settled, we wanted to share with you a snapshot of the success we’ve seen on the Marketplace. Get the full report for more stats, pro tips, information on competition and PALT, product and service examples, and more!

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US Army Renews its Enterprise-wide Contract with Unison Marketplace

Dulles, VA, December 14, 2021 – Unison, the leading provider of acquisition management software to government agencies, program offices, and contractors, announced today that the US Army renewed and expanded their relationship with Unison Marketplace, e-procurement technology that boosts readiness, efficiency, compliance and competition, to support their acquisition goals. 

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Save Time with Seller Attachment Requirements

Throughout the year, the Unison Marketplace team works diligently to create enhanced capabilities to support you and your team. Based on feedback from our Buyers, Unison Marketplace has added a function where vendors will no longer be able to submit a bid on your requirement if they have not attached all required documents.

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Get More Done in Less Time with MRA

Are repetitive tasks and tedious research taking up most of your day? Unison’s new tool, Market Research Assistant, uses Robotic Process Automation to speed up your market research process and leave you with more time to focus on the important analysis that only you can do. Think of Market Research Assistant (MRA) as your own personal assistant. Assign it a task, send it off, and get back to the higher-value work on your desk.

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