Contracts, Task Orders and Awards
Whether we're supporting national defense or critical civilian agency endeavors, ATSC acquisition contracts follow the same, established formula: Partners Delivering Results.
Our goal is to provide a selection of contracting vehicles that enable program managers and procurement personnel alike to achieve maximum speed, efficiency and flexibility. We don't just provide the right technical solutions, we provide the flexible and varied contracting vehicles that enable you to complete your procurements in a timely and cost-effective way. It's integrated partnership producing reliable delivery and measurable results.
ATSC has the following federal Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWAC), Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) task orders, and Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) programs:
Alliant is a GSA-sponsored multiple award indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract to provide all federal agencies the greatest amount of flexibility to efficiently and effectively support the Federal government’s IT needs. It has a value of $50 billion over 10 years and is open to all Federal and Department of Defense agencies. The contract includes any and all components of an integrated IT solution, including all current and any new technologies that may emerge during the term of the contract.
- Army HR Solutions
The Army HR Solutions Recruiting and Retention (R&R) contract is one of four multiple award contract vehicles supporting the Army's Human Resources program area. It is available to all Army and other Department of Defense commands with human resources, and recruiting and retention interests. Available services will include: Program Support – analysis of effectiveness, marketing and outreach, assessment of programs to determine vacancies for recruitment; Tracking, Monitoring and Processing of personnel assigned to R&R and members in transition from active to reserve status; Help Desk to assist members with transfer status and reporting to assigned units, and counsel on benefits and resources for families; and Coordination of Services to unit commanders and family readiness groups. The objective of the contract vehicle is to make available qualified contractors to provide professional support, without long lead times or highly customized effort.
- GSA Schedule 70
The Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 was established, administered, and managed by GSA to assist federal government agencies with their procurement of IT products, services, and solutions as needed to meet their agency IT missions.
Seaport-e is a NAVSEA task ordering contract available to all of the Navy's Systems commands including: NAVSEA, NAVAIR, NAVSUP, NAVFAC, ONR, SSP, SPAWAR, MSC, and the USMC. PMG (now ATSC) is a large business prime on this contract. SeaPort-e enhances the Navy's Seapower 21 objective to increase efficiency, and allows for tailoring services according to the needs of geographically-dispersed organizations with significantly diverse product area requirements and missions. The methodology of procurement is standardized and automated, providing for amazing new throughput during the task order procurement cycle.