GSA IT Schedule 70
What is GSA?
GSA stands for General Services Administration (GSA), a federal agency created to support the basic functioning of federal agencies, primarily through the procurement of products, services, and facilities.
GSA’s overarching purpose is to help deliver value and savings through better management of federal real estate, acquisitions, technology, and other support services across government.
GSA Schedule Contracts help to streamline the government sales and procurement process by providing government agencies with a more centralized procurement platform, the GSA eLibrary.
GSA requires all its approved vendors to pass a rigorous, in depth application and evaluation process to ensure their purchasers receive the highest-quality products and services for the best price and from only the most capable vendors.
GSA IT Schedule 70
IT products and services are covered by the GSA Information Technology Supply Schedule, otherwise known as IT 70, or Schedule 70.
Schedule 70 encompasses all general-purpose commercial information technology equipment, software and services. It covers a broad and relatively unrestricted scope of software and web development services which can be delivered on either a “time and materials“ basis or “firm fixed price” basis.
WILDCARD GSA Schedule 70 Profile
Services offered under (SIN) 132-51 include, but are not limited to:
- Cloud services (all associated labor);
- Cognitive computing;
- Conversion and implementation support;
- Database planning and design;
- Internet of Things (IoT);
- IT project management;
- Migration services (of all kinds);
- Network services;
- Resources and facilities management;
- Systems analysis, design, and implementation; and
- Other services relevant to 29 CFR 541.400
You can learn more about the GSA Technology Purchasing Programs on the GSA website.