The Federal government uses contract vehicles as a method to buy goods and services from government contractors. As contractors, you may have ID/IQ and other contract vehicles so you can sell your products and services to the government. Agencies use the contract vehicles to issue and sole-source needed products and services. The question is if an agency prefers to use a certain contract vehicle, what contractors have that vehicle, and are the right teaming partner for you?

Two of the most common contract vehicles are the IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity) and the GSA Schedule.

An IDIQ contract is a contract vehicle for setting pricing, terms, and conditions for an indefinite quantity of products and services over an indefinite time. It can be awarded as a single-award to one vendor and a multiple-award contract to multiple vendors under a single contract.

The GSA Schedule is managed by the General Services Administration. The schedules are an acquisition vehicle for government agencies that buy commercial products and services. For both IDIQ and GSA Schedules, you can learn more at

BC2Match uses contract vehicles to find teaming partners for you. Contract vehicles are one of 12 criteria that you can add to your BC2Match profile to get matched with government contract opportunities that are right for you. If you have been awarded a contract vehicle or you would like to see teaming opportunities that are connected to a particular vehicle, add the contract vehicle to your Build Your Team search profile and we will use “intelligent matching” to deliver the results in your dashboard.

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