The Directed Opportunities page displays the opportunities that are specifically for your organization, or for a group of companies selected by the agency that posted the opportunity. It provides a list of links to the opportunities directed to your organization (and possibly other vendors) by the agency. These are opportunities that are otherwise not available to the general public.
Sign in to FedConnect | click directed opportunities on the menu bar
Displays the title of each opportunity in the list, with solicitation number in parentheses to the right of the title.
Each title in this column is a hyperlink. Click a title's link to access the Opportunity page, on which you can manage your responses.
Displays the document type for each opportunity in the list. It displays one of the following:
|Displays the name of the agency that submitted each opportunity in the list.|
|Displays the agency's issuing office that is responsible for each opportunity in the list.|
|Issue Date||Displays the date on which each opportunity in the list was issued.|
|Response Due Date||Displays the date on which each opportunity response is due.|
|PSC/FSC||Displays the PSC/FSC code for each opportunity in the list.|
|NAICS||Displays the NAICS code for each opportunity in the list.|
|Reference Number||Displays the corresponding PRISM document number for each opportunity in the list.|
Sorting Your List of Opportunities
There could be enough opportunities listed on the Directed Opportunities page that you might want to sort them based on any of the columns that display. To sort based on the criterion of a specific column, click the column heading. Click once to sort the list of opportunities by that criteria, in ascending (A-Z) order; click twice to sort the list of opportunities by that criteria, in descending (Z-A) order.
The default sorting method is by issue date.
If you want to sort your list of opportunities based on issuing agency, beginning with Agency A and ending with Agency Z, click the Agency column heading once.
Searching for Opportunities
Because you might have dozens or even hundreds of opportunities listed on the My Opportunities page, you have the ability to search for specific opportunities based on any of the criteria that display. These include:
- Issuing office
- Reference number
Additionally, you can conduct two types of searches: basic, which enables you to search based on one criterion, and advanced, which enables you to search based on multiple criteria.
|[Search Criterion]||Use the [Search Criterion] field to select one of the following criteria: Title, Solicitation Number, Agency, Start date, or End Date.|
|[Search Box]||Use the [Search Box] field to type the term(s) you want to search for that correlate to your selection in the [Search Criterion] field.|
|Title||In the Title field, type the opportunity title you want to use to filter the search data. You can type up to 50 characters.|
|Title/Description||In the Title/Description field, type the title or the description you want to use to filter the search. You can type up to 50 characters.|
|Agency||In the Agency field, type the name of the agency you want to use to filter the search data. You can type up to 50 characters.|
|Issuing Office||In the Issuing Office field, type the name of the issuing office you want to use to filter the search data. You can type up to 50 characters.|
|Issue Date||In the Issue date field, in the From and To fields, respectively, type or select the earliest and latest dates you want to use to filter the search data.|
|Response Due Date||In the Response due date field, in the From and To fields, respectively, type or select the earliest and latest dates you want to use to filter the search data.|
|PSC/FSC||In the PSC / FSC field, type the product service code or federal supply code you want to use to filter the search data.|
|NAICS||In the NAICS field, type the North American Industry Classification System code you want to use to filter the search data.|
|Reference Number||In the Reference number field, type the reference number you want to use to filter the search data. The reference number corresponds with the opportunity's PRISM document number. You can type up to 50 characters.|
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