GSA IT Schedule 70

IT Schedule 70 is one of the larger contracts in the federal government.

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GSA IT Schedule 70

NJVC’s IT products and support services are available through GSA IT Schedule 70. Schedule 70 is an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract, an IT procurement vehicle that offers a comprehensive array of state-of-the-art IT products, services and solutions to federal agencies. More than 80 percent of Schedule 70 suppliers are small businesses.

IT Schedule 70 is one of the larger contracts in the federal government. Customer agencies use Schedule 70 suppliers to fulfill their IT products and service needs, helping shorten procurement cycles, ensure compliance, and get the best value for more than 7.5 million innovative offerings from more than 4,600 pre-vetted vendors.

IT Schedule 70 Features & Benefits

Features

Wide variety of products and services

Competitive prices and discounts

Maximum order threshold

Flexible contracting and streamlined ordering

Security solutions

Approved agreements

Benefits

Millions of IT products, services and solutions offered by thousands of industry partners

Fair and reasonable prices negotiated by GSA based on the aggregated buying power of the federal government

Maximum order threshold between $25,000 – $1 million

Saves time with combined synopses and solicitations; easily meets CICA requirements

Meets security mandates and guidelines under FISMA standards for identity and access management

Product agreements on Federal Supply Schedules (FSS)

How to Order From IT Schedule 70

Purchases can be made through eBuy and GSA Advantage!, or by issuing an RFI or RFQ and allowing vendors to respond to your requirements.

In general, the ordering process below should be followed. Use the state and local governments ordering procedures, if applicable.

For more information on issuing orders under IT Schedule 70, email IT70@njvc.com.

You should also comply with your organization's acquisition rules.

  1. Perform a requirements analysis
  2. Perform market research
  3. Follow the eBuy template
  4. Evaluate the responses you receive
  5. Make the award