July 14, 2014 1:29 AM ET

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Company Overview of FedBid, Inc.

Company Overview

FedBid, Inc. provides online procurement services for federal/state/local government agencies and associated prime contractors. The company, through the Buyer-Driven Online Marketplace, offers reverse auction and associated support services. It serves as an online marketplace for public sector acquisition of commodities ranging from computer products, security gear, and office supplies to tools, and laboratory supplies and equipment. The company has strategic partnerships with CGI Federal; Blue Water Capital, LLC; AbilityOne Program; and National Contract Management Association. FedBid, Inc. was formerly known as FedBid.com and changed its name in 2004. The company was founded in 1999 and is...

8500 Leesburg Pike

Suite 602

Vienna, VA 22182

United States

Founded in 1999

Phone:

877-933-3243

Fax:

703-442-7822

Key Executives for FedBid, Inc.

Co-Founder
President of Public Sector
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Senior Vice President of Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

FedBid, Inc. Key Developments

FedBid, Inc. Appoints Lance Weaver to its Board of Directors

FedBid, Inc. announced the appointment of Lance Weaver, to its Board of Directors. Weaver brings more than 25 years of multifaceted commerce, payments and business leadership experience to FedBid's Board, including his positions at MBNA, Virgin Money Cards, and as an advisor to companies such as VISA, Citigroup and MasterCard. In his role as Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Administrative Officer, he had oversight responsibilities for corporate affairs, law, government relations, personnel, investor relations, media relations and planning.

FedBid, Inc. Announces the Hire of Joseph Jordan as President of Public Sector

FedBid, Inc. announced the hire of Joseph Jordan, who will be joining the company as President of Public Sector from his role as White House Administrator for the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP). In this new role, Jordan will help grow and manage the company's Federal Buyer base, while driving additional growth in the State, Local and Education (SLED) sectors. Jordan will also assist with the company's recent private sector launch, a move to open commercial businesses of all sizes to buy commodity goods and simple services in the online marketplace.

FedBid Appoints Kevin R. Maloney as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing

FedBid announced the appointment of Kevin R. Maloney to the post of executive vice president of sales and marketing, charged with driving FedBid's worldwide revenue growth and market expansion efforts, as a key member of the senior executive team. Maloney brings over 30 years of top-tier expertise in developing and guiding strategic sales and marketing initiatives, with core focus on Software as a Service (SaaS) and Enterprise software businesses.

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