GSA IT Schedule 70

Contract Name : GSA IT Schedule 70
Contract Number : GS-35F-0701N
Sponsor : General Services Administration (GSA)
Contract Expiration Date : June 2018
Program Ceiling : N/A
Type of Task Orders (TO) : FFP, T&M 

Features and Benefits to the Government : The multiple award schedule is an IDIQ contract providing the full range of IT services, including data warehousing, networking, information systems analysis and design and installation for all federal departments and agencies. Digital Infuzion offers total solutions for the full range of systems lifecycle services, including software development, information security, network design and development, outsourcing, and systems integration. 

GSA IT Schedule 70 covers the following services:

  • IT facility operations and maintenance
  • IT systems development
  • IT systems analysis
  • Automated information systems design and integration programming
  • IT backup and security
  • IT data conversion
  • IT network management
  • Automated news, data, and other information services

Federal Agencies Served :

This contract applies to all Federal agencies. We are primarily focused on the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, and the Food and Drug Administraton.


Services Covered Under GSA Schedule

Special Item No. 132-51 Information Technology (IT) Professional Services:

  • FPDS Code D301 IT Facility Operation and Maintenance
  • FPDS Code D302 IT Systems Development Services
  • FPDS Code D306 IT Systems Analysis Services
  • FPDS Code D307 Automated IS Design and Integration Services
  • FPDS Code D308 Programming Services
  • FPDS Code D308 Millennium Conversion Services (Y2K)
  • FPDS Code D310 IT Backup and Security Services
  • FPDS Code D311 IT Data Conversion Services
  • FPDS Code D316 IT Network Management Services
  • FPDS Code D317 Automated News Services, Data Services or Other Information Services
  • FPDS Code D399 Other Information Technology Services, Not Elsewhere Classifieds

Getting Started with GSA Task Order 

STEP 1 – SOW and RFI/RFQ Prepared and Sent to Digital Infuzion

The customer may need assistance in formalizing the requirements into a formal Statement of Work (SOW), the type of contract to be used, whether the procurement effort will be competitive or directed to a single vendor (Digital Infuzion), and if there is a subcontractor that may be an incumbent with historical value that will have end-item responsibility(s) under the awarded task / delivery order. Evaluation criteria may also be specified. The scope and period of performance may cover multi-years and may have optional tasks. Pricing of optional tasks may or may not be required. 

The requirement is sent to the GSA Program Administrator in the Digital Infuzion GSA Schedules Program Management Office will process all requests. 

STEP 2 – Digital Infuzion Prepares and Submits Technical and Price Proposals

Written and/or oral technical proposals will address all paragraphs of the SOW. Resumes of Key Personnel are also required. 

Written technical proposal, price proposal, and cover letter are submitted by email, facsimile, and/or hardcopy to the directed designations according to the RFQ/RFI. Recipients will include the Government Contracting Officer, COTR, and the Government Program Manager. 

STEP 3 – Proposal Evaluation and Award

If Orals are required, the selected Vendors are scheduled normally for a 30-minute presentation with an additional 30 minutes of Q&A time. The Customer evaluates the proposals, the price proposals are evaluated against the Independent Government Estimate (IGE), a Best Value analysis is prepared, and one Vendor is determined to provide the Best Value and awarded the task order/delivery order. 

Award(s) may be sent by email with the SF-30 included as an attachment; or a contract award document is sent by facsimile to Digital Infuzion for signature and returned by fax to the Contracting Officer for execution. Return the executed contracted document via facsimile to Digital Infuzion. Original executed hardcopy(s) are sent to Digital Infuzion by U.S. Mail, email awards by SF-30s are the only and final award document(s). 

Awards may be fully funded or incrementally funded over the period of performance. Questions may be directed to the GSA Program Administrator at 301-948-4871.

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