Small Business Administration Seeks Financial Monitoring Subscription

Government Contract Opporunity

Washington, DC, Jan. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Small Business Administration (SBA) is currently procuring a subscription for analyzing real-time financial data. They are prepared to award possible three-year contract to the company that can provide this service. The deadline to submit a proposal to the agency is February 5, 2018.

The SBA’s subscription must include a variety of different features. They need to be able to monitor real-time and archived data of business mergers, acquisitions, credit ratings to assist in monitoring SBA’s lenders, and performance metrics for making comparisons. The agency needs to be able to be download spreadsheets in Excel format as well as, access them via a web-based application. The service should also provide a landing page for each federally regulated lending entity. The contractor will be responsible for training new users on the program and providing client support.

For consideration on this potential three-year contract, eligible businesses must submit their proposal to Contracting Officer Pedro Arritola-Vazquez via email ( All businesses must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM).

US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) is the world’s largest third-party government registration firm. They not only register companies on their behalf in the government's mandatory System for Award Management, but also have pioneered the Advanced Procurement Portal (APP). APP provides active and historical federal business opportunity information and a list of active federal buyers and vendors. The synthesis of this data will simplify the federal procurement process for businesses who may then dedicate their complete effort toward their performance on the contract instead of the acquisition of it.  APP also includes a built-in Learning Center designed by industry professionals so that newcomers to the federal sector can efficiently locate opportunities and effectively bid on them.