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Press Releases from netXccel Inc (10 total)

Advance Intel on Multi-billion Navy Networks (NMCI) Recompete Contract

fedXccel, the leader in federal contracts intelligence, will host the “NMCI Recompete: What does the Navy want?” federal contracts briefing on April 02, 2008. The FREE briefing will be held online from 12:00 pm eastern to 1:30pm, and is open to businesses interested in getting a head start on the contract solicitation expected Fall 2008. The one-hour webinar shall include presentations by US Federal and Navy experts, with intimate knowledge about acquisitions,

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) looking for qualified IT Support Contracto …

Rockville, MD. Federal contracts intelligence provider fedXccel is reporting that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) intends to award up to ten (10) contract awards for Information Technology (IT) Support Services as Total Setaside for Small Businesses. The applicable size standard is $23,000,000 in annual receipts. The contracts awarded will be Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contracts utilizing fixed hourly labor rates with provisions for the award of future task orders that

Federal Agencies Grapple with Data Quality and Data Management

Rockville, Md. — Federal market research and Federal contracts intelligence provider fedXccel is reporting that Federal Agencies have major initiatives in the area of data warehousing and business intelligence. There are over 52 major Information Technology programs in 18 Federal agencies with requirements for gathering, analyzing and presenting large amounts of data. These programs collectively represent a budgeted spend of over $170 million in Fiscal 2007 with an expected increase

Federal Healthcare 'network of networks' Moves Closer to Implementation

Trial implementation proposals are solicited for Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN). Rockville, Md. — Award winning federal market research provider fedXccel is reporting continued progress on the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) initiative. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is requesting proposals from industry to take forward the NHIN project from prototype phase into trial implementation. NHIN is a “network of networks” that securely connect consumers and service providers

Federal market research provider fedXccel releases small business survey on succ …

72% of small businesses interviewed were unable to find federal business opportunities in a timely manner and unhappy with the inefficient business development process Rockville, MD: Award winning federal market research provider fedXccel announced today the release of its market survey report titled “Federal Sales: Selling Strategies for the Successful Federal Contractor”. fedXccel’s federal business specialists interviewed over 35 organizations looking to find and win federal business. The interviewees

Federal Sales Leader JB Cubed to help Silicon Valley Firms win High-Tech Contrac …

netXccel Partner, JB Cubed announced their 3rd Annual Senior Executive Dinner for Northern California Technology Companies interested in federal business. “Northern California is home to cutting edge technology companies that offer federal agencies and enterprises an effective way to meet their mission objectives,” said Jim Beaupre, JB Cubed’s president and CEO. “Our understanding of the federal market and our ability to handle the complex but rewarding sales cycle

Smooth sailing for Big 3 Federal Contractors on Navy's Seaport-e

Three Virginia-based Contractors win over 25% of Navy $4.8 billion Award in 2006. GAITHERSBURG, Md. — Federal market intelligence provider fedXccel is reporting that the top three contractors bidding for work on the Navy’s Seaport-e Multi-Award Contract (MAC) vehicle received over 25% of the total amount awarded in fiscal 2006. The SeaPort-e is a procurement vehicle used by the Navy to buy Engineering, Technical and Program Management support services

NIH forecasts buying $275 million Biomedical Products and Services in 2007

Federal spending websites give contractors a head start on agency opportunities. GAITHERSBURG, Md. — Federal market intelligence provider fedXccel is reporting that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is forecasted to spend in the vicinity of $470 million on buying products and services from the private sector during 2007. Of this amount nearly $275 million is allocated for Biomedical related purchases, that include healthcare, biomaterials, and microarray technologies amongst other

Department of Justice forecasts buying $2 billion of products and services in 20 …

Federal spending websites give contractors a head start on department opportunities. GAITHERSBURG, Md. — Federal spending monitor netXccel is reporting that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is forecasted to spend nearly $2.2 billion on procurements during 2007. This spend is part of the overall $23.1 billion budget for the department. Due to the intense competition for the DOJ-related contracts, contractors are eager to acquire advance alerts or aggregated information

netXccel Recognized Among the Fastest Growing Firms

MEA MAGAZINE’S FIRST ANNUAL NATIONAL AWARD GALA CELEBRATES THE LEADERS OF THE 100 FASTEST GROWING MINORITY COMPANIES. Washington, D.C., (November 14, 2006) – Minority Enterprise Advocate Magazine (MEA) recognized netXccel as one of the 100 Fastest Growing companies during its first annual awards gala. The magazine bestowed the award to netXccel chief, Gaurav Pal, at the award ceremony held at H2O restaurant in the nation’s capital. The award recognizes the rapidly

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