eTrepid Officially Awarded GSA MAS Contract
A GSA MAS contract offers government agencies a modernized channel to purchase products and services at discount prices from an elite group of vetted and approved commercial firms like eTrepid.
The IT and cybersecurity company eTrepid, Inc., based in St. Mary’s, Southern MD, is pleased to announce its awarding of a General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) prime contract for Information Technology (IT) Professional Services and Related IT Professional Services and Information Technology IT Solutions.
The GSA MAS Schedule contract #47QTCA21D00FP will enable eTrepid to officially offer its array of professional IT products and services directly to federal, state, and local government agencies. Government clients get access to pre-negotiated terms and discounted pricing agreements to streamline the procurement process and deliver the best value.
The General Services Administration (GSA) is where the federal government goes for full-service information technology purchases supporting over $40 billion in sales to federal government buyers and $932 million to state and local agencies.
Known as Multiple Award Schedules or Federal Supply Schedules, these long-term contracts with commercial firms offer federal, state, and local government buyers access to over 11 million commercial products and services at discounted prices.
GSA has approved eTrepid, Inc. to participate as a prime contractor for awards in Special Item Numbers:
- 518210C - Related IT Professional
- Services and Information Technology IT Solutions
- 54151S - Information Technology
- Professional Services and Information Technology IT Services
"Federal and state agencies put forth a great deal of time and effort to procure IT products and services through traditional means," explains eTrepid. Inc.'s CEO Thomas Blandford. "The five-year GSA MAS award empowers our e-Tech Team to deliver exceptional IT services through Small Business (SB) credits and reduced administrative costs, shortened procurement cycles, and flexible buying options, including limiting and sole source buying."