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GSA Global Supply FEDSTRIP Operating Guide (05-06-00135)
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Pages: 56
Publication Date: Wed Jan 25 00:18:05 GMT 2006

Publication Number: 5-06-00135

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Description:
This 60-page guide updated August 2006 provides comprehensive information about the Federal Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (FEDSTRIP) system and how federal and military customers can utilize it to procure supplies and services. The guide also explains FEDSTRIP's compatibility with DoDs Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) system.


Target Audience: Military.
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Information Technology: 8(a) STARS II (19-00251)
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Publication Number: 05-19-00251

Replaces: Information Technology: 8(a) STARS II (18-00537)

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8(a) STARS II is a multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (MA-ID/IQ) contract engineered to provide federal agencies with cutting-edge information technology (IT) services-based solutions from award winning 8(a) small businesses. Using 8(a) STARS II will enable you to access 8(a) firms through an established contract vehicle instead of traditional open-market methods – saving time and taxpayer money.


Target Audience: Internal, Military.
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Information Technology: Best in Class Technology Solutions (19-00641)
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Publication Number: 05-19-00641

Replaces: Information Technology: Best-in-Class Technology Solutions (18-00831)

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Our Best-in-Class (BIC) designated IT solutions help agencies meet the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) and Cross-Agency Priority Goals related to Spend Under Management (SUM) and the use of Best-in-Class (BIC).

Our IT Best-in-Class solutions are vetted, well-managed, and recommended for use by Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Using them will:

• Maximize the government’s shared purchasing power, allowing agencies to leverage volume discounts;

• Help agencies operate more efficiently by reducing administrative costs and contract duplication and

• Expand collection and sharing of government-wide buying data, leading to better-informed business decisions.
 


Target Audience: Federal Civilian, Internal, Military, State and Local.
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Information Technology: Commercial Satellite Communications (19-00209)
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Publication Number: 05-19-00209

Replaces: Information Technology: 18 ITC Future Satellite Communications (18-00754)

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Look to GSA’s COMSATCOM service offerings for all of your agency’s commercial satellite requirements, including fixed-satellite services (FSS), mobile satellite services (MSS), broadcast-satellite services (BSS), and custom/complex service requirements in any commercially available frequency band.

GSA’s COMSATCOM service offerings were created in partnership with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to provide streamlined, easy-to-use contract vehicles for government COMSATCOM requirements.

With Best-in-Class (BIC) designation, our COMSATCOM service offerings help agencies meet the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) and Cross-Agency Priority Goals related to Spend Under Management (SUM). COMSATCOM is designated by the Office of Management and Budget as a preferred governmentwide solution.


Target Audience: Federal Civilian, Internal, Military, State and Local.
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Information Technology: Connections II- Telecommunications Solutions (19-00214)
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Publication Number: 05-19-00214

Replaces: Information Technology: Network Services Connections II (18-00569)

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CONNECTIONS II is a global, multi-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to make it easy and cost effective for government agency officials to find, acquire, and implement right-fit network and telecommunications solutions without the need to create a new contract.

Customers have access to convenient, one-stop shopping to meet needs for labor, equipment, and solutions to support telecommunications, networking and network centric applications at the LAN, building, campus and enterprise level.


Target Audience: Federal Civilian, Internal, Military.
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Information Technology: Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (18-00571)
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Publication Number: 05-18-00571

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GSA provides integrated, solutions-based telecommunications and IT-infrastructure services that blend telecommunications technologies. As the successor to Networx, WITS3, and Regional Local Service Agreements, the EIS program makes iteasier for agencies to acquire enterprise telecommunications and IT-infrastructure services from a single source instead of having to coordinate multiple acquisitions to meet their enterprise needs.

EIS represents a successful collaboration among GSA, federal agencies, and industry. Lessons learned from FTS2001, the GAO Report on the FTS2001 to Networx Transition, and the Networx programs helped shape the new EIS contract.


Target Audience: Federal Civilian, Internal, Military, State and Local.
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Information Technology: GSA AdvantageSelect (19-00618)
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Publication Number: 05-19-00618

Replaces: GSA AdvantageSelect Guide for IT Buyers

Description:
GSA AdvantageSelect offers pre-competed commodities for purchase by all Government Buyers without any further competition. Leveraging one of GSA’s flagship portals, GSA Advantage!, GSA is making it easier than ever for Government Buyers to get the right product, right now. Just how easy? So easy that purchases through GSA AdvantageSelect can be completed in less than 60 seconds.

Under the GSA AdvantageSelect program, GSA conducts upfront competitions to establish short-term, single-award agreements for recurring, high volume, commercial items that Government buyers can order from directly without having to perform any further competition regardless of dollar value.


Target Audience: Federal Civilian, Internal, Military.
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Information Technology: GSA IT & Telecommunications: Your Acquisition Partner (16-00566)
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Publication Number: 05-16-00566

Replaces: GSA Technology and Telecommunications (5-15-00385)

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Across government, information technology (IT) and telecommunications are inseparable from agency mission requirements. At the same time, agencies face constantly shifting priorities – from cloud computing and infrastructure consolidation to cybersecurity and environmental sustainability. With tight budgets and a diminished workforce, finding the right solution to meet your IT and telecommunications needs can be a significant burden. At GSA, we help customers make smart, cost saving decisions on technology. We bring together leading industry partners, our IT and acquisition experts, and your agency specialists to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of your acquisition while minimizing risk.


Target Audience: Current Vendors, Federal Civilian, Internal, Military, State and Local.
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Information Technology: GWACs Quick Reference Guide for IT Solutions (16-00623)
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Publication Number: 05-16-00623

Replaces: GSA GWAC Desk Reference Guide (05-11-00196)

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Simplify your procurement of Information Technology (IT) solutions with GSA's Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) - acquisition vehicles tailored specifically for IT project, disaster recovery and information assurance, innovative e-Business solutions or procuring IT services from small businesses, look no further than GSA GWACs that can save you both time and money.


Target Audience: Current Vendors, Federal Civilian, Internal, Military.
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Information Technology: IT Schedule 70 FITARA Enhancement Program (19-00563)
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Publication Number: 05-19-00563

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In 2015, Congress passed the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA), which required GSA to put in place enterprise-wide agreements to support federal agencies in their acquisition of software. In 2016, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), further refined this requirement by mandating that GSA stand up at least two governmentwide software agreements annually, aimed at reducing costs and bringing innovative technology to the government through GSA’s IT Schedule 70.

In support of FITARA, GSA is renegotiating IT Schedule 70 contracts and talking with large software publishers, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and major resellers.

 


Target Audience: Federal Civilian, Military, State and Local.
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