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When you partner with Perfecta, you’ll have access to our General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 contract which provides access to the following opportunities:

Contract Number: 47QTCA18D00C4

Awarding Agency: General Services Administration 

Contract Ceiling: Unlimited

End Date: May 14, 2023


The General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 offers a broad range of IT products and services to federal, state, and local agencies. The schedule includes more than 7.5 million products and services from over 4,600 pre-vetted vendors. The GSA administers this Multiple-Award Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (MA IDIQ) contract and performs regular audits on Prime Contractors to ensure that IT Schedule 70 customers receive best-value pricing.

Functional Scope

With over 7.5 million IT products and services available through IT Schedule 70, the scope of this MA IDIQ is difficult to describe. All contract offerings are IT-centric in nature, and notable examples of product classes include:Cloud IT Services

  • Computer and Networking Hardware
  • Cyber Security
  • Data Center and Storage
  • Health IT Services
  • IT Mandates and Initiatives
  • Satellite Services
  • SmartBuy: Commercial Software Solutions
  • Software and Applications
  • Sustainability
  • Systems Life Cycles Integration
  • Telecommunications, Wireless, and Mobility
  • Telepresence

Point of Contact

Paul Mamros
202-888-4949 x1109





When you partner with Perfecta, you’ll have access to our SeaPort-E contract which provides access to the following opportunities:

Contract Number: N00178-14-D-7439

Awarding Agency: Navy 


Contract Ceiling: Unlimited (Zone 1 Northeast), (Zone 2 National Capital)

Task Order Types: CPFF, CPIF, CPAF, FFP, FPIF

End Date: December 31, 2019


The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) procures over a half billion dollars of Professional Support Services (PSS) each year for its headquarters’ Directorates, Program Executive Offices (PEOs), and field activities. In order to meet the Navy strategic sourcing wedge, NAVSEA committed to $250M in savings by procuring PSS more efficiently. Coupled with this need, the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) directed that 50% of all support services be procured using performance based contracting by the year 2005. Furthermore, NAVSEA had more than 450 separate PSS contracts supporting its requirements. Most of these efforts were not integrated from a Command perspective, utilized a multitude of different processes in which to procure the services, and did not leverage corporate buying habits or e-business to facilitate the processes. In addition, the services were predominantly procured via level of effort vice performance-based terms

Functional Scope

NAVSEA established the SeaPort Office to meet the NAVSEA strategic sourcing wedge and the OSD performance based contracting directive while bringing order to NAVSEA PSS acquisitions. The vision was to provide a faster, better, and cheaper means in which to procure PSS. The strategy developed in October 2000 involved a product line solution containing three components:

  • Develop and award Multiple Award IDIQ contracts (MACs) using innovative acquisition techniques to achieve the NAVSEA strategic wedge, to conform to the OSD performance based contracting directive, and to bring order to PSS acquisitions.
  • Exploit existing e-business opportunities and create an automated, intuitive, web-based, e-procurement portal to provide services quickly and easily in an “” environment.
  • Create a web site continually refreshing customers and suppliers with new information, opportunities, training, metrics and useful links to associate sites.

Point of Contact

Paul Mamros
202-888-4949 x1109

Schedules (SUB)

  • ACT
  • CIO-SP3
  • GSA 8(a) STARS II
  • GSA Consolidated (00Corp)
  • Island Hopper
  • OASIS F&O 
  • RS3
  • SecurityHunter BPA
  • U.S. Army CHESS (Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software Solutions) [Sub]

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