GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract was awarded to Computer World Services Corp. on September 16, 2011. GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) offers federal, state, and local government innovative solutions to their information technology needs, providing a streamlined procurement process that maximizes results.
Any agency of the US Government may take advantage of MAS task orders to secure products and services in a variety of skill areas, including system development, administration, and maintenance; information assurance; and software and application development.
GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) is the largest and most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government. It provides short procurement lead times, pre- competed, limited protest capability, and easy-to-use contracts.
The US Army Information Management Communications Services 3 (IMCS III) is a multiple award, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle; it is valued at $850 million. It was created to serve as the primary source for the Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) for non-personal Administrative Telephone Services (ATS) and Information Technology (IT) support services.
The IMCS III contract scope encompasses a full range of communication and technology services for Army installations across the United States and Puerto Rico. All task orders awarded under IMCS III are Firm Fixed Price with Cost Reimbursable Contract Line Items for Other Direct Costs.
IMCS III utilizes performance-based acquisition. Task orders can be structured around the results to be achieved rather than the manner in which they are to be accomplished.
ITES-3S is the Army’s nine-year, $12.1B enterprise-wide Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract. The object of ITES-3S is to provide industry best practice, best value, non-personal services to enable a broad range of enterprise-level support services for Information Technology integration and service management activities to the Army, other Department of Defense (DoD) agencies, and all other Federal agencies including but not limited to, locations CONUS, OCONUS and warzone areas.
The ITES-3S scope encompasses nearly all areas of enterprise IT that include cybersecurity, integration, consolidation, telecommunications, supply chain management, operation and maintenance, business process engineering, and education and training. The U.S. Army, Department of Defense, or any other Federal Agencies are authorized to fulfill requirements under ITES-3S.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC), Chief Information Officer - Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) vehicles, Small Business (SB) and HUBZone (HZ), are ten-year IDIQ Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) that have been designated as Best in Class (BIC) by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The SB GWAC covers seven task areas and HZ covers six task areas; both contract vehicles' task areas can meet virtually all IT service needs. Federal or civilian agencies can use either CIO-SP3 contract vehicles as a mechanism for efficiently ordering IT solutions and services at equitable and reasonable prices.
Small Business Contract: HHSN316201300003W
HUBZone Contract: HHSN316201300001W
Period of Performance: November 1, 2012 – April 29, 2023
Program Ceiling: $20 Billion
Prompt Payment Terms: 30 Days
CWS Program Manager: Jonah Pryor