GSA Awards 75 Spots on $5.5B Second Generation IT BPA

Jeff Brody

The General Services Administration has awarded 75 companies spots on a potential five-year, $5.5B blanket purchase agreement for information technology products and services.

GSA said Tuesday it worked with the U.S. Air Force over two years to develop the Second Generation IT BPA, which replaces the Network-Centric Solutions-2 Products acquisition vehicle and seeks to facilitate the procurement process for IT services, software and hardware through GSA Advantage.

The 2GIT BPA also includes virtual and on-site customer training and support and supply chain risk management to help address cyber vulnerabilities in IT products. GSA noted the agreement also supports the recommendations within an Office of Management and Budget memo on category management.

Of the total contract recipients, 56 are small businesses. The award came a year after GSA held an industry day on the BPA.

Large business winners are:

  • Avaya
  • BearCom Operating
  • Carahsoft Technology Corp.
  • CDW
  • DLT Solutions
  • EC America
  • Force 3
  • GovConnection
  • Graybar Electric
  • immixTechnology
  • Iron Bow Technologies
  • PCMG
  • Presidio Networked Solutions
  • ProMark Technology, a subsidiary of Ingram Micro
  • Synnex
  • Tech Data Government Solutions
  • WESCO
  • Westcon Comstor Americas, a division of SYNNEX Corp.
  • Word Wide Technology.

Small business awardees are:

  • Ace Computers
  • Ace Technology Partners
  • Advanced Computer Concepts
  • AEG Group
  • Akira Technologies
  • American Wordata
  • Arrow Micro
  • Audio Visual Innovations
  • BahFed
  • Better Direct
  • BK Technologies
  • Communication International
  • Computech International
  • CounterTrade Products
  • Definitive Infotech Services and Solutions
  • DH Technologies
  • Divine Imaging
  • Eastern Communications
  • EN-Net Services
  • Enterprise Technology Solutions
  • Ewing Engineered Solutions
  • FCN
  • Federal Merchants
  • Four Points Technology
  • Frontier Technologies
  • Government Acquisitions
  • Govplace
  • GovSmart
  • ID Technologies
  • iGov
  • Immersion Consulting
  • IMPRES Technology Solutions
  • Integration Technologies Group
  • Jeskell Systems
  • Karcher Group
  • Knot Technology Solutions
  • Koi Computers
  • Lyme Computer Systems
  • M2 Technology
  • MicroTechnologies
  • Mvation Worldwide
  • N2Gate
  • NCS Technologies
  • NeoTech Solutions
  • New Tech Solutions
  • Norseman Defense Technologies
  • Paragon Micro
  • Procom Communications
  • Sterling Computers
  • Summit Government Group
  • Supply Chimp
  • Three Wire Systems
  • Unistar-Sparco Computers
  • V3Gate
  • Vee Model Management Consulting
  • Vertosoft

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