Eligible customers are all governmental entities, including state and local agencies. By using the purchasing power of the federal government, GSA can help cities and towns meet their mission while reducing costs and maximizing efficiency. Multiple authorized programs allow state and local governments to use GSA Schedules for select goods and services.
GSA Contract #47QTCA19D00MM (Teaming agreement with SYNNEX Corporation; valid through Sept 26, 2024) and GSA Contract #47QSWA18D0050 (Partner agreement with Genetec; valid through March 2, 2023).
IT Schedule 70 is the largest, most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government. Schedule 70 is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award schedule, providing direct access to products, services and solutions from more than 5,000 certified industry partners. State and local governments can buy via Schedule 70 through the GSA Cooperative Purchasing Program. The MobiKEY solution is available on GSA Schedule 70 and on the GSA Advantage! Online Shopping portal.
The ITES-3H contracts provide for the purchase and lease of commercial UNIX Based Servers, Non-UNIX based servers, desktops, notebooks, workstations, thin clients, storage systems, networking equipment (including wireless), network printers, product ancillaries (including equipment cabinets, racks and mounts), peripherals (including monitors), network cabling products, video teleconferencing (VTC) products, standalone displays (e.g., plasma screens, HDTVs), scanners, Everything over Internet Protocol (EoIP) products, communication devices, power devices, and software provided as part of the end to end solution (includes Enterprise Software Agreements (ESA), Non-ESA, SmartBUY, and Non-SmartBUY), warranty variations, and other related incidental services, accessories, and options.
Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) is a U.S. government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC) that provides state-of-the-art computer technologies, high-end scientific and engineering processing capabilities, peripherals, network equipment and storage devices and other IT products to all federal agencies, including the Department of Defense, and their authorized contractors. The MobiKEY solution is available through Blue Tech, Inc. (SEWP Contract Number NNG15SD00B(B HUBZone), NNG15SC63B(C), NNG15SE16B(D)), NAMTEK Corp (SEWP Contract Numbers NNG15SD36B(B SDVOSB), NNG15SE10B(D)), Red River Computer Company, Inc. (SEWP Contract Numbers NNG15SC85B(C), NNG15SC46B(D)), and Sterling Computers Corporation (SEWP Contract Number NNG15SC20B(A), NNG15SC89B(C), NNG15SC49B(D)).
National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) Chief Information Officer – Commodity Solutions (CIO-CS) Government-Wide Acquisitions Contract (GWAC). This contract allows for On-Premise as well as Managed Service deployment of commodities and services. Services include but are not limited to, provisioning, deployment, installations, warranty and maintenance, engineering and assessment studies and training. Managed Services (includes deployment on the Public Cloud) include but are not limited to Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS), the commodity service is managed through a Service Level Agreement (SLA) and is based on a subscription model.
On June 1, 2021 the Department of Navy (DON) replaced the previous NGEN contract under HP with the SMIT contract under Leidos. The SMIT Alliance Partners (IBM, Verizon and SAIC) will provide the trusted, verifiable and invested expertise essential to integrating a modernized network for the U.S. Navy.
SMIT is the follow-on acquisition approach to providing enterprise network services that were originally consolidated in 2000 under the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) contract, which is considered the U.S. government’s largest information technology outsourcing program, providing IT services to more than 700,000 Navy and Marine Corps users and the NGEN contract signed in June 2013.
The Army Air Force Mobility BPA is open to all Army, Air Force, ITA and DoD Agency customers, including the National Guard and Reserves. The MobiKEY solution is available under this BPA through Contract Line Item Numbers: 0070LW and 0070LX.
DHS established a department-wide contract for information technology commodities. FirstSource II provides DHS with access to a wide variety of IT commodity products. The FirstSource II contract includes, but is not limited to: networking equipment, wireless technology, imaging products, voice recognition technology, information assurance, COTS software, servers, storage, client computing, on-line data reporting services for order, delivery, warranty, asset, and spend tracking; and associated product maintenance, installation, and support.
National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (NCPA) Participating Dealer Agreement with SYNNEX Corporation; valid until July 31, 2024
NCPA is a leading national government purchasing cooperative working to reduce the cost of goods and services by leveraging the purchasing power of public agencies in all 50 states. The NCPA 01-97 Contract covers all vendor product lines available at SYNNEX. The Participating Dealer Agreement provides PCS Mobile, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Route1, the ability to sell to NCPA members.
State of California Standard Agreement 1-20-58-47
The Department of General Services (DGS) awarded a contract to PCS Mobile, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Route1, to provide the State of California’s officers with a state-of-the-art Automatic License Plate Recognition (“ALPR”) system that will enhance officer safety and significantly improve operations.
With this contract, PCS Mobile will provide Automated License Plate Readers and associated products and services, as well as operator and technician training services, to the State of California and other participating states and local government agencies at contract pricing. The use of this contract is mandatory for the California Highway Patrol and available for use by other police and State services.
NASPO was created recently by the state purchasing directors from fifteen NASPO western states to establish the means by which participating states may join together in cooperative multi-state contracting. All governmental entities within NASPO states as well as authorized government entities in non NASPO states are welcome to use the approved agreements. Cities, counties, public schools and institutions of higher education can also benefit from cooperative purchasing.
The Texas Department of Information Resources is a cooperative purchasing contract that provides substantial pricing discounts for Texas public entities. The TX DIR Business Operations Division of the State of Texas, assists state agencies and political subdivisions in finding the most cost-effective information resources by negotiating, managing and administering contracts with CISV information technology providers. Eligible customers are all governmental entities located in Texas, including state agencies, universities, and all political subdivisions–such as cities, counties and public schools. Public entities outside of Texas may be eligible as well to use this contract.
National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance (National IPA) is a cooperative purchasing agreement, with the specific purpose of reducing procurement costs by leveraging group volume. The cooperative purchasing agreement was awarded by the City of Tucson, AZ and is being made available to public agencies nationwide. Eligible agencies include county government, city/local government, public school systems, public higher education, agencies for public benefit and nonprofit organizations.
This award gives PCS Mobile the ability under the Washington State Interlocal Cooperative Act RCW 39.34 to provide other government agencies the ability to purchase goods or services with the terms and prices indicated on the award.
As of January 1, 2012, the Canadian government put in place a new, comprehensive approach for the procurement of all software products – Software and Shared Systems and Procurement Directorate’s New Method of Supply, the Software Licensing Supply Arrangement (SLSA). SLSA officially replaced the software departmental individual standing offers.