Spry offers a variety of General Services Administration (GSA) schedules and government wide contract vehicles including IT70, PSS, Alliant 2 Small Business, and 8(a) STARS II available to our customers. These contracts offer a streamlined acquisition process and provide quick and easy access to our capabilities and services, allowing ordering activities to more efficiently complete the procurement process. Small Business set-asides are allowable at the discretion of the ordering activity contracting officer to help customers to meet their socioeconomic goals. Please contact us at email@example.com for questions or requests for more information.
GSA 8(a) STARS II
The GSA 8(a) STARS II (Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services) contract is a dynamic small business set-aside GWAC that provides flexible access for federal government customers to customized IT solutions from Spry. This contract enables 8(a) socioeconomic credit transferrable to the agency, provides shortened procurement lead time, and allows directed (8a sole source) task order awards for orders under $4 million to meet customer mission requirements.
GSA IT Schedule 70
GSA IT Schedule 70 is an indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award schedule, provides direct access to products and services and is the largest and most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government. All federal, state, and local government agencies may use this contract vehicle.
GSA HACS SINs
GSA has established four (4) Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) Special Item Numbers (SINs) on IT Schedule 70 to provide support services that will expand agencies’ capacity to test their high-priority IT systems, rapidly address potential vulnerabilities, and stop adversaries before they impact our networks. The HACS SINs better enable Spry to provide agencies quick, reliable access to key cybersecurity services before, during, and after cyber threats occur.
GSA Professional Services Schedule
The Professional Services Schedule (PSS) is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award schedule, that consists of seven formerly separate schedules that were consolidated in 2015 to give federal agency acquisition professionals the ability to obtain total contract solutions for their professional services requirements using one contract vehicle.