The Orange Slices team has received numerous fresh requests of late from companies seeking Large and Small Business partners that are positioned to support and win a competitive bid on the heavily anticipated multiple-award State Department Bureau of Information Resource Management Evolve contract. Evolve is intended to be a suite of indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contracts composed of five pools: IT management; customer and end-user support services; network services; cloud & data services; and application development.

In light of the word that a revised draft RFP is expected to be released soon, we share below nearly 4 dozen of the most-viewed company profiles for the State Department in relation to this specific opportunity, over the past quarter, on the OrangeSlices.ai GovCon partner identification platform.

We will not speculate here as to why these specific firms are drawing the most eyeballs, but you can contact us here if you would like to receive our tip/cheat sheet outlining why some companies seem to gain more or less attention and/or if you want to make sure your company is added to the directory.

You can also check out a more detailed, and filterable, list of the top companies supporting the State Department today by clicking here.

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Resource: Federal Agency Forecasts for fiscal year (FY) 2022 – Department of the State 

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