OneTeam Government Contracts Blog

Here, our team shares strategies and expertise around the government RFP process and how to use the OneTeam pipeline and proposal management software to win more government bids. This information can guide your RFP responses so you can capture more information, track more federal bid opportunities, and create proposals faster. Ready to give OneTeam a try? Request a demo today.

Bama Tracker In the News

Mar 10, 2021 11:27:40 AM / by OneTeam posted in oneteam news

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In March 2020, OneTeam's Chief Technology Officer and computer software engineer, David Marconnet, created the website Bama Tracker to compile COVID-19 data from the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH). One year after Covid-19 was declared a pandemic, Marconnet continues to compile ADPH data and add new features. Bama Tracker is updated daily and provides statewide and county charts, maps, and graphs as well as vaccine data.

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CMMC: Security Needed for DoD Awards

Jun 15, 2020 12:24:05 PM / by OneTeam posted in Government Contract Lifecycle Management, oneteam news

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The DoD is looking to protect vital data and enhance sensitive controlled information from cyber loss, which occurs at a rate of 1% of GDP each year. To assist in managing information based on its sensitivity, the DoD has assigned five levels of security standards which contractors and their vendors must meet.

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BamaTracker: Alabama’s Fight Against COVID-19

May 27, 2020 12:17:04 PM / by OneTeam posted in oneteam news

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Data has become an essential part of our lives. With the COVID-19 pandemic taking over our lives and the news, citizens around the world are now glued to news sources and social media, digesting whatever statistics they can to stay informed about how the virus has spread throughout the world and within their own communities. However, as data accumulates, health and community organizations struggle to collect it from multiple sources in a way which can be interpreted by the public.

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