Polaris GWAC HubZone Pool

Polaris Governmentwide Acquisition Contract for Historically Underutilized Businesses Zones

Polaris HUBZone Pool in a Nutshell:



Agency: General Services Administration (GSA)
Solicitation Number: 47QTCB22R0006
Status: Full Solicitation was released on September 15, 2022 04:52 pm EDT
Proposal Due Date: November 4, 2022 04:00 pm EDT
NAICS Codes:
  • 518210 - Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
  • 541511 - Custom Computer Programming Services
  • 541512 - Computer Systems Design Services
  • 541513 - Computer Facilities Management Services
  • 541519 - Other Computer Related Services
Contract Period: 10 Years
Type of Contract: Multiple Award IDIQ (GWAC)
Number of Awards:
60 Awards
Maximum Contract Ceiling Value: There is no maximum dollar ceiling for the Master Contract or for each individual task order
Set-Aside: HUBZone Set-Aside
Performance Areas:
  • Cloud Services
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data Management
  • Information and Communications Technologies
  • IT Operations and Maintenance
  • Software Development
  • System Design
Partnering: Joint Ventures and Subcontracting Allowed
Specific Requirements: Maximum score: 100,000

  • Relevant Experience: 56,250
  • Past Performance: 15,750
  • Systems, Certifications & Clearances: 11,000
  • Risk Assessments: 17,000
Evaluation: The selection will be base on best value. This will be determined by several factors including:

  • Technical Evaluation
  • Relevant Experience
  • Past Performance
  • Systems, Certifications, and Clearances (not minimum or mandatory requirements but offerors who demonstrate having these within their proposal will receive additional points)
  • Cybersecurity and Supply Chain Risk Management

GDIC Related Content:

Category Content
GDIC Services Self-Scoring Proposal Services

Solicitation Documents:

Item Link
Link on SAM.gov Polaris HUBZone Pool Documnets

Why GDIC Excels?

General Services Administration is a major source of US government business opportunities in all sectors of industry. In recent years, GSA has been using more of the new contracting vehicle and solicitation evaluation framework called Self-Scoring Proposals rather than from the traditional proposals mainly consisting of Management, Technical and Pricing section. By getting the contractors involved in the scoring process so that they become better aware of their strengths and weaknesses, GSA hopes that the outcome of this process is higher quality and better managed contracts at lower costs to the government. However, the new system has its complexities, and very few contractors can take advantage of the full potential of these solicitations to secure contracts.

GDI Consulting has been working on GSA proposals for years, and is an expert in Self-Scoring contract vehicles, both from GSA (e.g. OASIS, Alliant, VETS, and HCaTS) and other agencies (e.g. SEC OneIT) with over 100 proposal completed and many wins. We provide consultation, full proposal development, and also proposal review services at different stages of its development. So, whenever you decide to enter into a Self-Scoring federal bid, let our vast experience bring out the best of your corporate assets and professional capabilities and support you in winning your desired contract.