Security, Fire, & Law Enforcement

[Schedule 84] Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, Rescue, Clothing, Marine Craft and Emergency/Disaster Response


Drug-Testing Services and Supplies Now Available
Increasingly government agencies are exploring fresh technologies to improve accountability and drug-testing services. We recently added the following solutions to the Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) program to better meet your needs:

  • SIN 426 4M—Employment, Forensic Drug Testing Equipment and Services; and
  • SIN 426 4N—Criminal Investigative Equipment and Supplies.


Whether it is protecting our shorelines, patrolling our harbors, ports, and federally controlled lakes and rivers, or oil-spill containment, this Schedule has all types of marine craft, equipment and services to meet your needs. This Schedule can provide equipment and services for personal, vehicular, or facility applications for all of your law enforcement protection, prevention, apprehension, or investigation needs. GSA has facility management systems for security and energy management functions. Services such as professional security, facility management and guard services are also located in this Schedule.

SWAT Officer

To protect one’s self from the elements, fire, biochemical exposure, accidental immersion, or other hazardous materials, see what is available in Schedule 84. Uniforms, safety shoes, and boots of all types are available as well.

GSA's offerings include:

  • Security System Management, Design and Support Services, Marine Craft and Waterfront Security Products and Services;
  • Alarm and Signal Systems, Facility Management Services, Professional Security/Facility Management Services and Guard Services;
  • Employment, Forensic Drug Testing Equipment and Services;
  • Physical Access Control Systems (PACS);
  • Surveillance Systems, Wearable Body Cameras, Vehicular Video;
  • Firefighting and Rescue Equipment, Urban and Wildland;
  • Law Enforcement and Security Equipment Supplies and Services;
  • Marine Craft and Equipment; and
  • Special Purpose Clothing.

Items on this Schedule can help you:

  • Extinguish fires;
  • Manage controlled burns; and
  • Provide personal respiratory protection.

Additionally, products are included for search and rescue—both to assist your entry into buildings or vehicles and to safely evacuate personnel.

Learn about our:

  • Process monitoring;
  • Hazard alarms;
  • Audible/visual alarms;
  • Anti-theft alarms;
  • Patient wandering systems; and
  • Fire alarm systems.

Additional Security Related Programs from GSA

Cooperative Purchasing Program - Under this program, state and local government entities may purchase equipment and related services from contracts awarded under the following two schedules:

  • GSA Schedule 84 - Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facility Management Systems, Fire, Rescue, Special Purpose Clothing, Marine Craft, and Emergency/Disaster Response; and
  • GSA Schedule 70 - General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Software and Services.

1122 Counterdrug Program - Developed through Section 1122 of the Fiscal Year 1994 National Defense Authorization Act, establishing the authority for state and local governments to purchase law enforcement equipment through federal procurement channels, provided the equipment is used in the performance of counterdrug activities.

Security Solutions - GSA can provide complete security solutions to meet your agency needs. This integration of physical, personal, and data security systems can be accomplished through new and innovative solutions utilizing existing tools, including GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS).

Detailed descriptions of categories contained within Schedule 84 and information on how to order can be found in the GSA eLibrary. Contact the National Customer Service Center at 1(800) 488-3111.

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions [PDF - 13 KB] for answers to common questions on Schedule 84 - Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, Rescue, Clothing, Marine Craft and Emergency/Disaster Response.

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Last Reviewed 2016-04-08