Without a contract vehicle (GSA Schedule, IDIQ/GWAC),
your company is not eligible to prime billions of dollars in federal contracts
For more than 39 years, Rainmaker has been an advocate and supporter of our fellow small businesses. Since the inception of the multiple award concept, (27 years - see History of IDIQs), Rainmaker has provided to small business contractors our summaries and analyses of various upcoming IDIQ and GWAC contract opportunities.
While Rainmaker clients have access to our detailed analyses and studies that include client-specific competition, incumbent, gap, spending, and other analyses, we do provide our standard opportunity analyses free of charge to small business contractors.
To view the summary of a current Rainmaker analyses, click on one of the following:
Rainmaker is The IDIQ Expert
Rainmaker and its Rich History and Success with IDIQs
While many companies and industry professionals are experts in many aspects of the federal government contracting, some do not understand or appreciate the psychology and/or strategic complexities of the IDIQ proposal response process. Many underestimate the short- and long-term benefits an IDIQ contract brings to a company in any stage of its growth cycle.
Proposal management of and proposal responses to Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), including Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOCs), Single Award Task Order Contracts (SATOCs), Multiple Award Contracts (MACs), and Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs), are different from any other type of federal proposal response. Rainmaker has been responding to and winning IDIQ contracts since 1993.
Over the past 27 years (39 years in federal contracting - 27 years managing IDIQ responses), and in response to the continuous, growing number of IDIQ and similar indefinite delivery and/or indefinite quantity contract vehicles, Rainmaker has designed, built, and today manages the most advanced IDIQ-specific proposal response and management practice in the federal contracting industry.