ARMY & GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (GSA)



 

Wednesday, 4 August

 

1000 - 1100

Understanding GSA Government-wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs):  Streamlined Acquisition

Mike O'Neill, Director, National GWACs Program, U.S. General Services

Administration

 

How about a complimentary scope review? That's one of the many benefits GWACs offers you. From contract and task order performance periods to incorporating the latest

technological scope elements, this session covers the items you may want to consider for proper acquisition planning. This seminar includes an overview of the current and

planned inventory of GWACs (Alliant, Alliant Small Business, 8(a) STARS, STARS II, and VETS). It also orients the IT buyer on the features and benefits of GSA's GWACs, how to take advantage of their streamlined task order award process and tips for incorporating GWACs into your acquisition strategy.

 

1100 - 1200

Regional Local Service Contracts: They’re Not Just for Dial Tone

Anymore!

Paul Morris, Region 4 Network Services, U.S. General Services Administration

 

Government agencies need more than just competitive dial tone in today’s world of

ubiquitous communications. This session will discuss how the Regional Network Services Program is advancing its Local Service offering by including the latest commercially available services. Not sure how to use the Local Service Contract in your Area? Not sure how to get support for a Nationwide effort? You will get the information you need to ensure you obtain, under contract, the highest quality telecommunications service and support at a competitive price during this session.

 

1500 - 1600

Understanding GSA Government-wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs):  Streamlined Acquisition

Mike O'Neill, Director, National GWACs Program, U.S. General Services

Administration

 

See above description.

 

 

 

1600 - 1700

Regional Local Service Contracts: They’re Not Just for Dial Tone

Anymore!

Paul Morris, Region 4 Network Services, U.S. General Services Administration

 

See above description.