MAS Information Technology
Section 889 of the Fiscal Year 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) combats threats to U.S. national security and intellectual property.
- Part A took effect August 13, 2019 and prohibits the government from buying or obtaining certain prohibited telecommunications and video surveillance equipment and services.
- Part B takes effect August 13, 2020 and prohibits the government from contracting with any entity that uses certain prohibited telecommunications and video surveillance equipment or services, regardless of whether or not that usage is in performance of work under a government contract. This prohibition applies to every sector and every dollar amount, so your contracts will be impacted by Part B.
Review the recommended contractor compliance actions and GSA Section 889 guidance.
We help you shorten procurement cycles, ensure compliance, and get the best value for over 7.5 million innovative IT products, services, and solutions from over 4,600 pre-vetted vendors.
- Do market research on eLibrary
- How to Order
- Special Item Numbers (SINs)—cyber, cloud, health IT, ecommerce, desktop/laptop)
- Solutions: Satellite Services and Telecommunications, Wireless, and Mobility
- Free Scope Compatibility Review
- Guide to Preparing a MAS Information Technology
- Startup Springboard—fewer than 2 years’ professional/project experience? Use this!
- Fast Lane—shorter processing time
- Get the latest solicitation (FCIS-JB-980001-B)
MAS Information Technology provides training sessions throughout the year on important topics and processes.
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- Pre/Post Award Training
- Keeping your Contract Current
- Contract Modifications Training
- Doing Business with MAS Information Technology
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