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Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) Industry Day


 February 27th & 28th, Lanham-MD
9:00 a.m. EST - 4:30 p.m. EST


5000 Ellin Road
Lanham, MD 20706



Free Event


The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Office of the Chief Procurement Officer (OCPO) and Transformation and Strategy Office (TSO) are hosting an Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) Industry Day.

The purpose of this in-person two-day event is to provide industry information on the IRS Strategic Operating Plan (SOP) priorities. Day 1 will focus on discussing desired capabilities to address IRA goals and challenges. Day 2 will be dedicated to holding one-on-one sessions with industry partners.

This event is open to current and future IRS industry partners; small businesses, as well as new1 entrants and recent2 entrants are encouraged to participate.


Please note that Day 1 and Day 2 require separate registration forms.

(see attachment)


This Industry Day Notice is not a Request for Proposal (RFP) or an invitation for bid, nor is it to be construed as a commitment by the Government. The Government does not intend to make an award based on this Industry Day or otherwise pay for the information that will be received. The IRS Industry Day is for industry engagement and market research purposes only.

Disclaimer:

Please reference Attachment 2 – Day 2 IRA One-on-One for instructions to register for Day 2.

The IRS is conducting multiple 20-minute one-on-one sessions on Day 2 of IRA Industry Day. This is a platform for companies to discuss their capabilities and ask questions about the projected contracting opportunities presented on Day 1.


1-2 Per Memoranda OMB M-23-11, “new entrant” is defined as an entity of any size that has received a prime Federal contract award over the micro-purchase threshold (MPT) for the first time (also referred to as a “first-time entrant)”; or after having not received an award in the previous five fiscal years (also referred to as a “re-entrant”). “Recent entrant” is defined as an entity of any size that has received a prime Federal contract award over the MPT during the three-year period following the fiscal year in which it is a first-time entrant.


Attachment 1 - Day 1 IRA Industry Day v.2.docx
Attachment 2 - Day 2 IRA One-on-One Session