Notice Type: Special Notice
Subject: Dealogic Database Subscription
Classification Code: 70 - General purpose information technology equipment
Solicitation Number: SS-OFR-14-0068
Contact: EDeGraef EDeGraef, Fax 304 480-7203, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE Dealogic SS-OFR-14-0068
DCM (Debt Capital Market) Analytics and Loan Analytics are the only products primarily devoted to in depth analysis of the primary debt capital market - i.e., the syndicated loans themselves. Dealogic assigns a proprietary data identifier to the loan, lead lender, and underwriters which facilitate tracking trends in the structuring of syndicated loan portfolios and risk mitigation strategies. Dealogic does report on the secondary market; however, its principal focus is on the primary debt market, including syndicated loans. The proprietary data identifier attached to the principal lenders, underwriters, and the debt instrument itself is a component of an archival data base going back to 1980. This is the only means possible to track long-term trends and evolving strategies in the syndicated loan market.
The DCM Analytics web portal provides immediate access to detailed analysis of the global DCM landscape. Analytical tools are layered over a comprehensive deal database containing information on all international and domestic issues with detailed coverage of each transaction. DCM Analytics utilizes sophisticated analytical tools to identify company and transaction similarities to accurately benchmark historical issues and to understand market trends with data going back to 1980. Loan Analytics is a database of current and historical transactions. This database is a comprehensive deal database containing information on all syndicated loans globally with detailed coverage of each transaction with data going back to 1980. The Dealogic tools are focused on the primary market.
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NO SOLICITATION IS AVAILABLE. A request for more information, or a copy of the solicitation, will not be considered an affirmative response to this Special Notice. Telephone responses or inquiries to this Special Notice will NOT be accepted.
Fiscal Service will consider written responses received no later than 1400 (
Qualified contractors must provide the following:
1. The name and location of your company, contact information, and identify your business size (Large Business, Small Business, Disadvantaged Business, 8(a), Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, HubZone, etc.). Please ensure contact information includes the name of the point of contact, email address, and telephone number should the Government have questions regarding individual responses.
2. Whether your services are available through a Government contract vehicle or Open Market.
3. A brief capabilities statement (not to exceed 5 pages) that includes a description of your company's standard line of business, description of database contents, and a list of customers to which your company currently provides these products/services.
4. DUNS Number.
The following file extensions are not allowable and application materials/data submitted with these extensions cannot be considered:
.bat, .cmd, .com, .exe, .pif, .rar, .scr, .vbs, .hta, .cpl, and .zip files.
Microsoft Office compatible documents are acceptable.
No other information regarding this Special Notice will be provided at this time.
This notice does not restrict the Government to an ultimate acquisition approach. All firms responding to this notice are advised that their response is not a request that will be considered for contract award. All interested parties will be required to respond to any resultant solicitation separately from their response to this notice.
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