The final quarter of FY 2024 promises to be a busy one, but many are looking ahead. The OS AI team has received multiple inquiries from forward-looking Department of Labor focused companies researching potential task orders and contracts that expire in fiscal year 2025. Included here we share more than two dozen potential recompete opportunities that cut across DOL and are expected to draw a lot of attention.

OS AI Note – Dance Lightly.Do know that some of these potential requirements will NOT end up being recompeted for any number of reasons (e.g., contract consolidation, extension, cancellation, etc). And many of these tasks and contracts set to expire in early FY 2025 are already in process. Regardless, this list can serve as a foundation as you build out your pipeline and start to have teaming discussions.   

Some of the FY 2025 expiring contracts and tasks across DOL expected to draw the most inquiries and interest include:   

and four BPA’s that are set to expire


Pro Tip 1If you are a firm with capabilities and socio-economic status that might support this or any related effort, comment below and let others know you are interested.Comments are some of the most viewed portions of any post.   

Feel like you are missing out on some of the key action at DOL? It can be hard to keep up. Make sure you are in the know by checking out theDepartment of Labor Competitive Intelligence Segment page, chock full of insights and intelligence related to the agency.      

Looking for a large or small company with direct past performance and/or related relationships in support of this agency?  Click Hereto see a complete list and to search by several key indicators, to include socio-economic status, NAICS, Contract vehicle, etc.  

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