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General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules are an acquisition purchasing program to provide access for all Federal Government agencies, authorized Government contractors, and other organizations as authorized in statute to millions of commercial products and services at volume discount pricing. Under our GSA Professional Services Schedule (PSS) contract, Northington Consulting may fill 74 different labor categories housed under 9 general Special Item Numbers (SINs):

 

SIN Descriptions

871-1: Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities

871-2: Concept Development and Requirements Analysis

871-4: Test and Evaluation

871-5: Integrated Logistics Support

871-6: Acquisition and Life Cycle Management

874-1: Integrated Logistics Support

874-4: Training Services:  Instructor Led Training, Web Based Training and Education Courses, Course Development and Test Administration

874-7: Integrated Business Program Support Services

C132-51: Information Technology Professional Services

Labor Categories

For more information on the associated staff augmentation and advisory services, please click here.

GSA's latest e-Business innovation, e-Buy, is an electronic Request for Quote (RFQ)/Request for Proposal (RFP) system designed to allow buyers to request information, find sources, and prepare RFQs/RFPs, online. Buyers can use e-Buy to obtain services, large quantity purchases, big ticket items, and purchases with complex requirements.

e-Buy is a simple online procurement tool to use. Using the e-Buy system, Federal Purchasers (buyers) may prepare and post an RFQ/RFP for specific products and services for a specified period of time. Once posted, all contractors (sellers) who 1) have an electronic price list loaded into GSA Advantage!® and access to e-Buy, 2) have a contract with GSA including the general SIN, and 3) meet the seller's socio-economic set aside requirements receive notification to review the request and may post a response. When the RFQ/RFP closes, the buyer evaluates and accepts the quote that is the best value. Source selection sensitive information is limited.

What are the Benefits of e-Buy?

  • Save time and money by completing procurements online

  • Ensure compliance with DoD Section 803 requirements

  • Submit on-line Modifications

  • Forward RFQ/RFPs to others for review and purchase

  • Attach customized documents

To get started, begin here.