GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) IT Schedule Services
Areas Supported By Emerging Tech
The GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) stands as the most robust and extensively utilized acquisition tool in the federal government landscape. It serves as a dynamic gateway to over 15,000 accredited industry partners, offering a broad spectrum of products and services. The GSA MAS is accessible by all federal, state, and local government agencies, thereby serving as a critical facilitator in government procurement.
Contract Number: 47QTCA22D00C7
POC: Hunter Bailey – email@example.com
PoP: August 17, 2022-August 16, 2027
GSA Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS)
The Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) Special Item Number (SIN 54151HACS) is a distinguished section under the General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedule (GSA MAS). This specific category is dedicated to providing government agencies with flexible access to the most innovative and advanced cybersecurity services available in the market.
8(a) Sole Source Contract
Emerging Tech is 8(a) certified and can receive sole-source contracts up to $4.5 million. Our distinguished status not only facilitates swift, non-protestable awards in as short as 5 business days but also supports federal agencies in meeting their socio-economic objectives and procurement needs efficiently.
SBA HUBZone Sole-Source Contract
As a HUBZone-certified business, Emerging Tech is committed to providing innovative solutions and superior services to federal agencies. Our designation not only streamlines the procurement process but also ensures that agencies receive optimal value for their investment. Emerging Tech is able to receive up to $4.5 million for requirements in all NAICS codes besides manufacturing, for which the maximum is $7 million.
SDVOSB Sole Source Provider
The Veterans Benefits Act of 2003 (Public Law 108-83) introduced a significant procurement program designed specifically for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concerns (SDVOSB). Emerging Tech is SDVOSB certified. We invite our prospective partners to verify our status on the Small Business Administration’s official site, SBA.gov, using the following information:
Name: Emerging Tech LLC
FAR Subpart 19.14—Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Procurement Program
(a) A contracting officer shall consider a contract award to a SDVOSB concern on a sole source basis (see 6.302-5(b)(6)), before considering small business set-asides (see 19.203 and subpart 19.5) provided none of the exclusions of 19.1404 apply and—
(1) The contracting officer does not have a reasonable expectation that offers would be received from two or more service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns; (2) The anticipated award price of the contract, including options, will not exceed (i) $6.5 million for a requirement within the NAICS codes for manufacturing; or(ii) $4 million for a requirement within any other NAICS code;
(3) The requirement is not currently being performed by an 8(a) participant under the provisions of Subpart 19.8 or has been accepted as a requirement by SBA under Subpart 19.8;
(4) The service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern has been determined to be a responsible contractor with respect to performance; and
(5) Award can be made at a fair and reasonable price.
(b) The SBA has the right to appeal the contracting officer’s decision not to make a service-disabled veteran-owned small business sole source award.Sole source awards may be made to ACT per the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) guidance below: FAR Subpart 19.14—Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Procurement Program
FAR Subpart 819.70—Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned and Veteran-Owned Small Business Acquisition Program
(a) A contracting officer may award contracts to SDVOSB concerns on a sole source basis provided:
– (1) The anticipated award price of the contract (including options) will not exceed $5 million;
– (2) The requirement is synopsized in accordance with FAR part 5;
– (3) The SDVOSB concern has been determined to be a responsible contractor with respect to performance; and
– (4) Award can be made at a fair and reasonable price.
(b) The contracting officer’s determination whether to make a sole source award is a business decision wholly within the discretion of the contracting officer. A determination that only one SDVOSB concern is available to meet the requirement is not required.
(c) When conducting a SDVOSB sole source acquisition, the contracting officer shall ensure businesses are registered and verified as eligible in the VIP database prior to making an award.