Professional IT Services
The federal government spends more of its IT budget on professional services than any other area. Our trusted, highly qualified industry partners can help agencies with a range of professional IT services, including:
- Consulting services;
- Implementation services;
- IT management;
- Maintenance and support;
- Systems engineering; and
Find experienced professionals at lower costs to help you focus on your mission.
Commercial Professional IT Services Contracts
IT Schedule 70
IT Schedule 70 features over 5,000 industry partners offering a wide variety of commercial professional IT services:
Risk Management Framework (RMF) cybersecurity services
The Risk Management Framework (RMF) services blanket purchase agreement (BPA) helps agencies implement a common information security framework for the federal government and its contractors.
SmartBUY software services
The SmartBUY blanket purchase agreements (BPAs) offer common commercial software and services at deep discounts, including maintenance and consulting services.
State, local, and tribal governments
State, local, and tribal governments can use the Cooperative Purchasing Program buy from IT Schedule 70, some SmartBUY agreements, and the Risk Management Framework BPA.
Federal ID Card Services
Get secure federal ID cards as a shared service with embedded Personal Identity Verification (PIV) credentials to secure your facilities and control access to networks, email, documents, and laptops.
End-to-End IT Solutions Contracts
Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) offer federal agencies professional services as part of a total IT solution.
Networx allows federal agencies to build seamless, secure operating environments through customized telecommunications solutions and services.
Connections II offers telecommunications equipment, labor, services, and solutions for federal infrastructure, buildings, and campuses.
Custom SATCOM Solutions – Small Business (CS2-SB) allows agencies to buy satellite professional support services, including strategic planning and system engineering.
Trusted Internet Connections
The Office of Management and Budget mandates that all agencies use Trusted Internet Connections (TIC). We provide access to Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) providers through the Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Services (MTIPS) program.
Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPV6) Transition
By September 30, 2012, agencies must update their public information technology (IT) networks to Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6).
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