Assisted Acquisition Services
Federal agencies can count on GSA's expertise to support them in identifying, acquiring and deploying Information Technology (IT) and Professional Services solutions.
GSA's Assisted Acquisition Services team assists New England Region clients by providing acquisition support to procure the following range of services and solutions:
- IT and Professional Services commodities (hardware/software)
- IT Commodities (hardware/software)
- Customized solutions
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Our one-stop integrated solutions include these products and services:
- Hardware and software acquisition and leasing
- System integration and configuration
- Requirements definition, detailed systems design, application systems development, and implementation
- PC/LAN/WAN system design, development, deployment, and maintenance
- Business and scientific software development and programming, business process re-engineering and telemedicine
- IT security systems, information assurance, network and data security and firewalls
- Facilities planning, operation, and maintenance and distribution systems (inside/outside plant)
- Technology training and distance learning
- Communication equipment: wireless, satellite, Free Space Optics - Broadband Wireless, land mobile radio
- Telecommunications technical support services, video conferencing and Smart Cards
- Assistance with IT Schedule orders
High Quality and Innovative Solutions
The New England Region's Assisted Acquisition Services specializes in GSA-managed information technology acquisitions using Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs), Multiple Award Schedules (MAS), and 8(a) set asides to procure hardware, software and integrated services as required by client agencies.
Flexible and Customizable Solutions
Client agencies may choose to delegate some or all of the elements of the acquisition.
GSA can provide technical, acquisition, program and financial management customized to each project as directed by the client.
Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) project managers can define requirements, write statements of work, perform market surveys, develop acquisition strategies, run technical evaluation boards, and evaluate best value.
After project award, FAS project managers can manage the project - including scheduling, deliverables, cost, accounts payable and financial oversight.