This multiple award GSA schedule can be used by government agencies to procure IT products, services, and solutions to meet their agency IT missions. Providing direct access to products, services, and solutions from more than 5,000 certified industry partners, this IT schedule is the largest, most widely used federal acquisition vehicle. Please visit www.gsa.gov/portal/content/104506 for additional information.
The Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services IDIQ multiple award schedule provides direct access to simple or complex fixed-price or labor-hour professional services, including advertising and marketing, business consulting, environmental, financial, business and, language services, and logistics and professional engineering solutions. For more information, visit https://www.gsa.gov/buying-selling/products-services/professional-services
GSA’s premier enterprise GWAC provides flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse pool of industry partners. With its $50 B program ceiling, Alliant 2 provides government agencies with a single source of integrated IT services and access to “best in class” private sector IT services. Learn More About Our Alliant 2 Contract.
OASIS supports all mission spaces of the U.S. federal government. GovCIO holds a contract for OASIS Pool 1, allowing us to continue delivering critical technologies and advance capabilities that address government challenges. Our capability areas include agile software development, health, data analytics, cyber security and infrastructure solutions, and mobility.
National security and law enforcement agency vehicles
GovCIO is a prime on the RS3 Multiple Award IDIQ contract, which provides ACC-APG customers, other Program Executive Offices (PEOs), other DoD agencies, and other federal agencies with knowledge-based support services for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) related needs. Service areas include engineering, research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E); logistics, acquisition, and strategic planning; and education and training.
GovCIO is a prime on the Information Technology Supplies and Support Services BPA, the largest in the bureau’s history and available for use throughout the DOJ, is used to streamline processes and provide expedited delivery of IT supplies and services in support of FBI and DOJ’s mission and daily operations. This includes technical services, as well as development projects and programs.
GovCIO is a prime holder of the Seaport-e contract, available to Navy Systems commands. SeaPort-e enhances the Navy’s Sea Power 21 objective to increase efficiency and allows for tailoring services according to the needs of geographically-dispersed organizations with significantly diverse product area requirements and missions.
GovCIO is a prime SDVOSB awardee of the $1.4 billion DOJ Information Technology Support Services 5 vehicle. DOJ uses this IDIQ as the agency's primary means to solicit a full range of IT services, as well hardware, software, and communications technologies.
Healthcare and civilian agency vehicles
GovCIO is a prime holder of the Strategic Partners Acquisition Readiness Contract (SPARC). This contract, a cost-effective, innovative procurement approach for IT professional services, is available to all components within CMS and all HHS Operating Divisions. SPARC delivers strategic, technical, and program management guidance and support services to facilitate business process and system modernization for CMS customers.
GovCIO holds prime contracts across multiple pools under the $20 billion Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC), which provides a full range of IT services across 10 tasks and 137 labor categories to government agencies. Learn More About All Our CIOSP3 Contracts.
GovCIO is a prime recipient of this BPA from DOL Wage and Hour Division (WHD) to support modernization of IT services in the areas of enterprise data management, business process management, and customer service delivery framework.
The NIH Center for Information Technology (CIT) BPA is a five-year BPA GovCIO holds that provides a broad set of IT program and technical services across the enterprise. CIT serves as an advisor and services provider to numerous agencies.
GovCIO is a prime holder of this popular BPA (formally titled the Information Technology Systems Lifecycle Development and Management Support BPA) that encompasses a broad array of IT services for the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products. This vehicle comprises the full range of software and technical and management services necessary in support of IT for any and all programs administered by CTP.
GovCIO is one of the top providers under the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation acquisition program, a multi-agency, multiple-award IDIQ contract with program ceiling of $22.3 billion. This contract covers: program management, strategy, enterprise architecture, systems/software engineering, enterprise network, operations and maintenance, cybersecurity, training, IT facilities, and other solutions for the entire range of IT and health IT requirements.
GovCIO is a prime holder of the Next Generation IT Services (NGITS) Program's Engineering BPA and a subcontractor on its Operations and Application Hosting BPAs. Engineering areas we support include endpoint, infrastructure, email, unified communications and collaboration, enterprise mobile management, print server, test lab, and facilities engineering.
GovCIO is a prime holder on the Veterans Intake, Conversion, and Communications Services (VICCS) IDIQ program, which covers multiple services areas, including program management, source material tracking and management, data transfer, inbound mail management and rules-based processing support.
GovCIO is a prime holder of The Total Information Processing Support Services 4 multiple-award contract. The TIPPS-4 effort gives customers access to proven providers of information processing support services, ranging from local microcomputer applications to large-scale integrated legacy systems and newly developed systems, for the IRS, Treasury, and its bureaus.