GSA Schedules

GSA Schedules

General Services Administration

IT 70 Schedule

The Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 was established by GSA to assist Federal Government agencies with their procurement of IT products, services, and solutions as needed to meet their agency IT missions. This Multiple Award Schedule grants agencies direct access to the Commercial experts who can thoroughly address the Government IT community’s through 14 Special Item Numbers (SINs).

Section 211 of the E-Government Act of 2002, authorized the Cooperative Purchasing Program, which allows state and local government agencies to purchase many IT product and service items from Schedule 70.

The IT Schedule allows for choice, flexibility, ease of use, and access to quality businesses in the IT arena from small businesses to the industry giants. GRSi holds an award on this schedule, click HERE for more information. Download our GSA IT Schedule 70.

GRSi is a contract holder on the following IT 70 SINS:

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.

Includes a wide range of Health IT services to include 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.

00CORP Schedule

The GSA Professional Engineering Services (PES) Schedule 871 is designed to provide a contract vehicle for professional services that are not primarily IT related, ranging from integrated logistics support to fire protection engineering. Further details on the PES schedule can be found at the GSA website: GRSi PES Schedule on GSA Advantage.

Our PES 871 schedule can be found and downloaded here >> GRSi PES Schedule on GSA Advantage

GRSi's Areas of Performance Include:

Services required under this SIN involve the definition and interpretation of high-level organizational engineering performance requirements such as projects, systems, missions, etc., and the objectives and approaches to their achievement. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to, an analysis of mission, program goals and objectives, requirements analysis, organizational performance assessment, special studies and analysis, training, and consulting.

Services required under this SIN involve abstract or concept studies and analysis, requirements definition, preliminary planning, the evaluation of alternative technical approaches and associated costs for the development or enhancement of high-level general performance specifications of a system, project, mission, or activity. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to, requirements analysis, cost/cost-performance trade-off analysis, feasibility analysis, regulatory compliance support, technology/system conceptual designs, training, and consulting.

Services required under this SIN involve the translation of a system (or subsystem, program, project, activity) concept into a preliminary and detailed design (engineering plans and specifications), performing risk identification/analysis, mitigation, traceability, and then integrating the various components to produce a working prototype or model of the system. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to, computer-aided design, design studies and analysis, high-level detailed specification preparation, configuration, management and document control, fabrication, assembly and simulation, modeling, training, and consulting.

Services required under this SIN involve the application of various techniques demonstrating that a prototype system (subsystem, program, project or activity) performs in accordance with the objectives outlined in the original design. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to, testing of a prototype and first article(s) testing, environmental testing, independent verification and validation, reverse engineering, simulation and modeling (to test the feasibility of a concept), system, quality assurance, physical testing of the product system, training, and consulting.

Services required under this SIN involve the analysis, planning and detailed design of all engineering specific logistics support including material goods, personnel, and operational maintenance and repair of systems throughout their lifecycles, excluding those systems associated with real property. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to, ergonomic/human performance analysis, feasibility analysis, logistics planning, requirements determination, policy standards/procedures development, long-term reliability and maintainability, training, and consulting.

Services required under this SIN involve all of the planning, budgetary,  contract, and systems/program management functions required to procure and or/produce, render operational and provide life cycle support (maintenance, repair, supplies, engineering specific logistics) to (technology-based) systems, activities, subsystems, projects, etc. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to, operation and maintenance, program/project management, technology transfer/insertion, training, and consulting. Example: During this stage, the actual manufacturing, launch, and performance monitoring of the navigation satellite will be assisted through project management, configuration management, reliability analysis, engineering retrofit improvements and similar functions.

Services provided under this SIN include construction management, engineering consulting, project management, and related professional services specifically pertaining to real property. The construction management approach utilizes one or more firms with construction, design, and management expertise to expand the customer agency’s capabilities, so that the agency can successfully accomplish its program or project. The contractor performing construction management services assumes the position of a professional adviser to the customer agency. Customer agencies may utilize the construction manager as the principal agent to advise or manage the process over the project regardless of the project delivery method used. Construction management services include, but are not limited to, design phase support, procurement support, commissioning services, testing services, construction claims support, and post-construction engineering services.