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Learn What's on the BIC MAC Menu

06/28/2021


Learn why everyone is talking about BIC MAC. It's more than just an OASIS 2 recomplete, it's a one-stop shop for solution-centric professional services. Register Here

BIC MAC is positioned to significantly disrupt the market. We've seen from OASIS trends that contractors can expect widespread adoption across federal agencies.

During this webinar we'll explore the broad range of services that can be expected on BIC MAC and the large number of contractors that are sure to participate. We'll also investigate why certain contractors have more post-award success that others, and some of the techniques to finding the right teaming partners.

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