Federal News Network 2021-2022 NITAAC Contract Guide

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NITAAC can help any federal agency buy information technology faster, more easily and more affordably

Whether you're buying direct or with help from Assisted Acquisitions, NITAAC Best in Class (BIC) Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) can support every federal information technology (IT) mission. 

With more than 137 labor categories and 10 task areas, the CIO-SP3 GWAC is designed to support federal agencies with streamlined ordering for a wide range of IT services and solutions.

With over 300 small businesses, this GWAC levels the playing field for small business looking to compete, and federal agencies looking to innovate.

For agencies needing commodities or as-a-service solutions, this GWAC opens the door to today's most innovative solutions at fair and reasonable prices.

If your agency needs help buying information technology (IT), our Assisted Acquisitions team can support you. NITAAC becomes your Contracting Officer guiding you in accordance with your agency’s policies and the Federal Acquisitions Regulations (FAR).

NITAAC Government-Wide Strategic Solutions (GSS) is one of the three preferred Office of Management and Budget sources for federal agencies looking to obtain desktops, laptops, monitors, software and hardware at a competitive price.

We provide a review of document requirement factors which can affect the quality of responses you ultimately receive.

Why NITAAC

Why NITAAC

Best in Class GWACs

Our Best in Class Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts give federal agencies a streamlined way to procure information technology commodities and services from industry leading providers.

Streamlined Procurements with built in FAR 16.5 Guidance

Our pre-competed contracts give Contracting Officers broad latitude to customize evaluation procedures based on the complexity of the procurement.

Reduce Administrative Time and Costs

With no need to synopsize requirements on SAM.gov (fka FedBizOpps) and the ability to manage the entire acquisition online, NITAAC lifts much of the reporting burden from customer agencies.

Dedicated Customer Service

NITAAC Support is staffed by people backed by a team of FAC-C (Level III) Digital Service certified Contracting Officers. We answer questions within the hour, turn around assessments within 12 business hours, convert Technical Refreshment Proposals within 24 hours and average 45-day Procurement Action Lead Times (PALTs).

Complimentary Scope of Work Assessments

Enhance the quality of responses your agency receives with a well-written Statement of Work (SOW), Statement of Objectives (SOO) or Performance Work Statement (PWS). NITAAC will assess your package at no cost and alert you to suggested changes within 12 business hours.

Assisted Acquisitions Support

If you’re short on Contracting Officers for any reason, NITAAC can serve as your agency’s Contracting Officer for a small 2% fee.

e-GOS Homepage

Compete and award orders with ease in e-GOS

The Electronic Government Ordering System (e-GOS) enables customers to comply with fair opportunity in a streamlined manner.

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Events and Training

Events and training

NITAAC is always on the go and constantly seeking ways to educate agency partners on how to streamline their IT procurements.

October 5, 2021 - All day
Trade Show

Tradeshow: Robins AFB Tech Expo

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October 6, 2021 - All day
Trade Show

Tradeshow: Fort Gordon Innovation Day

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October 6, 2021 - All day
Trade Show

Tradeshow: HHS National Cybersecurity Virtual Event

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October 7, 2021 - All day
Industry Meeting

Tradeshow: CMS CISO Virtual Cybersecurity Forum

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Training Sign Up

Sign up for your free personalized training

We offer free training, both at the NIH and at customer sites, to educate agencies about the value they can achieve by using CIO-SP3, CIO-SP3 Small Business or CIO-CS. Attendees earn 2 Continuous Learning Points (CLPs).

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