Legacy FSSI Wireless BPAs
The FSSI Wireless BPAs expired November 20, 2018. Although no new awards may be made, modifications to existing task orders are allowed. In addition, option years may be exercised through 2023. For additional information please visit the FAQs.
OMB Named FSSI Wireless Best-in-Class Best-In-Class. The Wireless FSSI program will improve the procurement and management of wireless services across government. Agencies will be able to implement cellular service plans and devices more effectively and efficiently through the following: Unified acquisition – consolidates the number and variety of dispersed wireless contracts to reduce life-cycle management costs and drive better volume discounts. Improved information management – simplifies service plan management and enables centralized access to standardized usage data to easily identify opportunities for cost savings. Center of excellence – leverages best practices and collaboration across agencies and the entire community of stakeholders to optimize performance and increase value.
Note: The links below go to nongovernment commercial sites.
|Company||BPA Numbers (these differ from the Schedule 70 contract numbers)||Information|
|AT&T Mobility LLC||GS00Q13NSA3000|
|T-Mobile, Inc.||GS00Q13NSA3002||Paul Connelly
Or David Forston
*Sprint's GSA Schedule 70 Contract No. GS-35F-0329L expired April 5, 2016. Sprint will not be accepting new orders as of that date.
Legacy FSSI Wireless BPA Resources
Related Policy Memos
- OMB memo, dated December 5, 2012--Improving Acquisition through Strategic Sourcing
- Executive Order 13576--Delivering an Efficient, Effective and Accountable Government
- 25 Point Implementation Plan to Reform Federal IT Management [pdf], December 9, 2010, specifically, “collaboration with industry in the pre-request for proposal (RFP) stage.”
- Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Publication 140-2