SINS and Solutions We Offer
IT Schedule 70 offers federal, state, and local governments innovative solutions to their IT needs.
Below are our solutions and Special Item Numbers (SINs), categorized based on government mandates, industry evolution, and buying trends.
State, local, and tribal governments can use the Cooperative Purchasing Program to get these solutions.
We monitor the market to ensure we are adding new products and services, as well as new, innovative companies. We also work with agencies to meet their specific needs and demands.
- Automated Contact Center Solutions SIN (132-20)
- Cloud (132-40)
- COMSATCOM Services (132-54 and 132-55)
- Continuous Diagnostics & Mitigation(132-44)
- Earth Observation Solutions (EOS) (132-41)
- Electronic Commerce (132-52)
- Health IT Services (132-56)
- Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) (132-45)
- IT Professional Services
- Software SINs (132-32/33/34)
- Subscription Services (132-55)
- Transponded Capacity (132-54)
- Training Courses (132-50)
- Wireless Mobility Solutions (132-53)
Cloud IT Services
Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be quickly provisioned and released. Learn more about Cloud IT Services.
Our contracts help you comply with mandates and guidelines by supplying products and services that offer identity management, information assurance, and anti-virus support.
Data Centers and Storage
IT Schedule 70 can meet your data center needs, including:
- Modernization and transformation
- Computer and network systems integration analysis and design
- Data center design
- Disaster recovery
Many of our industry partners are self-certified as data center services providers.
- 132-8 Purchase of New Equipment
- 132-9 Purchase of Used or Refurbished Equipment
- 132-12 Maintenance of Equipment, Repair Services and/or Repair/Spare Parts
Review 132-51: Information Technology Professional Services in eLibrary.
Federal, state, and local governments rely on commercial satellite communications to maintain essential and secure communications, particularly for emergency responders, disaster recovery teams, and war fighters. Benefits include quick development for domestic emergency response communications, operations and service variety, and surge capacity for military communications.
- 132-54 Commercial Satellite Communications (COMSATCOM) Transponded Capacity includes dedicated bandwidth on a communications satellite
- 132-55 Commercial Satellite Communications (COMSATCOM) Subscription Services includes subscriptions to pre-existing, pre-engineered satellite solutions, including service plans and terminals