Expediting Delivery of Service
GSA - The STARS II Advantage - STARS II Contract Holder Constellation I
8(a) STARS II, a small business set-aside GWAC, provides flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse pool of 8(a) industry partners. With a $10 billion program ceiling and a five-year base period with one five-year option, 8(a) STARS II allows for long-term planning of large-scale program requirements while strengthening opportunities for 8(a) small businesses.
|Capabilities||Federal agencies can access GbHawk’s IT services and solutions on the STARS II contract in the following areas:
|GSA STARS II :||http://gsa.gov/8astars2|
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GSA - Schedule 70 (IT)
Contract Number GS-35F-485BA , [PDF, 1.15 MB]
GSA’s IT Schedule 70 (Small Business IT) provides Federal, state, and local agencies and activities with information technology and telecommunications hardware, software, and professional services. The GSA IT Schedule features fast, streamlined ordering procedures and the convenience of dealing directly with the IT service provider. Goldbelt Hawk’s GSA Schedule 70 supports customers domestically including the contiguous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and U.S. territories. Since there is no maximum order limitation, customers can use the Schedule to support large-scale multi-million dollar efforts.
Some of the services and solutions offered by Goldbelt Hawk under GSA Schedule 70 include, but are not limited to, the following:
Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts provide the flexibility of ordering an indefinite quantity of products or services during a fixed contract period. These vehicles are used when agencies cannot predetermine, over a specified minimum, the precise quantities of products or services that the government will require during the contract period. IDIQ contracts streamline the acquisition and delivery of services the government expects to order.
Goldbelt Hawk’s IDIQ Contracts Include:
US Department Of Commerce Information Technology Support
These services include:
- Providing IT support resources;
- IT expertise in systems administration/support;
- Independent Verification and Validation Services (IV&V);
- Software and tools implementation;
- Services delivery planning and design including IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL)
- Expertise in IT Security;
- Expertise in Project Management; and
- Expert advice, assistance, execution and independent analysis of IT and systems enhancements.
GSA One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) - Small Business Pool 1
The purpose of OASIS SB is to meet the needs of customers with complex integrated professional service-based requirements. The OASIS SB Program is composed of multiple award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (MA-IDIQ) contracts. The contract consists of a base period of five (5) years with one (1) five-year period option. All pools and all contracts are set aside for Small Business only.
OASIS – Small Business (SB)
Complex integrated professional services-based requirements include:
- Involve multiple professional services disciplines.
- Involve significant IT components but are not IT requirements.
- Involve ancillary support services and supplies (commonly referred to as Other Direct Costs – ODCs).
- Involve commercial or noncommercial services, or a blend of both
- Require consideration of all Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 16 pricing alternatives, including fixed-price with or without incentives, cost-reimbursement (all types), Time-and-Material, Labor-Hour, or combinations of these alternatives, to fairly allocate risk between the contractor and Government.
- Require blending of all or some of the above.
Intelligence. Compliance. Defense. Disaster. Energy. Research and development (R&D).Environment. Health. Communication. Security. Transportation. Artificial Intelligence (AI). Intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (ISR).
Benefits of using OASIS:
- Multiple-award, IDIQ contracts (MACs) available for governmentwide use.
- Multidisciplinary governmentwide contract for professional/integrated services.
- Single solution for complex requirements.
- Multiple technical areas/mission spaces.
- Maximum flexibility for ancillary support: labor and materials and Other Direct Costs (ODC).
- Supports commercial and non-commercial acquisition.
- Supports all contract types, including FFP, T&M, cost, hybrids, etc.
- Prohibits protests on orders valued at less than $10 million.
- No maximum orders or ceiling limitations.
- No maximum order or ceiling limitations.
- Direct access to socioeconomic concerns to maximize small-business participation.
- Designed for long periods of use: task order can be awarded through 20214 and Period of Performance is through 2029.
- Ordering CO determines terms and conditions and/or provisions and clauses, evaluation criteria, and method of awards.
- GSA-managed program and master-contract administration.
- Avoids the cost and time to award and administer agency IDIQ contracts.
- Reduces contract duplication and administrative resource allocation.
- Flexible contract vehicle providing a single solution for complex professional services in multiple technical areas/ mission spaces with maximum flexibility for ancillary labor, materials, and ODCs.
- Highest-rated community of contractors who have undergone rigorous pool qualifications to ensure competency including past performance, and certifications.
- Proven experience – with every contractor having experience supporting federal customers.
- Master-level on-ramp procedures ensure greater competition and larger access to socioeconomic concerns, as well as expanded opportunities to secure OMB Tier 3, BIC task orders.
- Streamlined acquisition procedures:
- FAR Subpart 16.505 streamlined acquisition procedures keep it simple
- Offers the ordering contracting offer broad discretion in developing task-order placement procedures
- No synopsizing or positing solicitations on beta.sam.gov
- No requirement for FAR Subpart 15.3 source selection