GSA IT Schedule 70

GSA IT Schedule 70

GSA Schedule 70 is an IDIQ contract that provides the full range of IT services, including: data warehousing, networking information, systems analysis and design, and installation for all federal departments and agencies. Synergy has been awarded three Special Item Numbers (SINs) under IT Schedule 70:

  • SIN 132-51: IT Professional Services
  • SIN 132-56: Health IT Services
  • SIN 70 -500: Order-Level Materials (OLMs)

SIN 132-51: IT Professional Services

SIN 132-51 includes resources and facilities management, database planning and design, systems analysis and design, network services, programming, conversion and implementation support, network services project management, data/records management, and other services relevant to 29CFR541.400.

SIN 132-51 benefits include:

Widespread use of modern IT paradigms helps to ensure protection of data, increased administrative efficiencies, greater cost savings, and improved customer experience. With the IT Professional Services SIN, you get:

  • Access to pre-vetted, experienced IT solution providers;
  • Access to the complete range of IT professional services;
  • Innovative and cutting-edge technologies and methodologies;
  • Universal labor category set that includes subject-matter experts (SMEs) in any technical field;
  • Ability to meet socioeconomic goals with awards to small businesses and other qualified vendors;
  • Ability to establish Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) for recurring needs or indefinite requirements over several years;
  • Reduced procurement lead times, with no synopsis required;
  • Pre-negotiated ceiling prices that can be further discounted;
  • Established terms and conditions at the master contract level;
  • Flexibility to have customized terms and conditions at the task order level;
  • Simplified procurement process for services; and
  • More data available to track IT spend

SIN 132-56: Health IT Services

SIN 132-56 is a recently created SIN under IT Schedule 70 that assists customer agencies in procuring Health IT services. Services under this SIN include: a wide range of Health IT services: connected health, electronic health records, health information exchanges, health analytics, personal health information management, innovative Health IT solutions, health informatics, emerging Health IT research, and other Health IT services.

With all that the Health IT Services SIN offers, you can:

  • Easily identify Health IT solutions and experts;
  • Award small business set-aside contracts to meet socio-economic goals;
  • Establish Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) focused on Health IT solutions;
  • Get HIPPA compliance expertise;
  • Support the Federal Health IT Strategic Plan to expand adoption of Health IT services, reduce prices, advance secure and interoperable health information solutions, and strengthen healthcare-delivery systems;
  • Reduce procurement lead times:
    • No synopsis required;
    • Pre-negotiated ceiling prices which can be further discounted through head-to-head competition; and
    • Established terms and conditions
  • Clearly differentiate between Health IT services from other IT services;
  • Get access to innovative and cutting-edge technologies;
  • Increase visibility and accessibility of pre-vetted industry partners;
  • Simplify procurement process for services; and
  • Get data available to track Health IT spend

SIN 70-500: Order-Level Materials (OLMs)

The Order-Level Materials (OLMs) SIN was recently added under IT Schedule 70 and assists with supplies and/or services acquired in direct support of an individual task or delivery order placed against a Schedule contract or BPA.  This SIN is procured under a special ordering procedure that simplifies the process for acquiring supplies and services necessary to support individual task or delivery orders placed against a Schedule contract or BPA. Using this new procedure, ancillary supplies and services not known at the time of the Schedule award may be included and priced at the order level.

SIN 70-500 benefits include:

  • Allows buyers the flexibility to easily acquire OLMs, creating consistency between the Schedules program and other established indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contracts. These benefits include:
  • Increases the flexibility of GSA Schedules to provide a total solution to meet the ordering activity’s requirements
  • Reduces agency procurement and administrative costs and enhances the time savings and streamlined processes of leveraging GSA Schedules
  • Reduces contract duplication by eliminating the need to set up new commercial IDIQs or conduct open market procurements to obtain necessary order level ODCs
  • Increases competition, resulting in cost savings for the ordering activity
  • Eliminates the need for Government Furnished Equipment (GFE), which can be labor intensive to administer
  • All Schedule terms and conditions apply to OLMs (e.g., TAA and mandatory environmental attributes clauses), which ensures agency purchases are compliant with FAR and other regulatory guidelines

Contract Number: GS-35F-0495Y

Link to Website: https://www.gsa.gov/technology/technology-purchasing-programs/it-schedule-70

Ordering Period of Performance: July 10, 2012 through July 9, 2022 with the potential for two additional five (5) year Option Periods