Contract Vehicles

Contracts

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SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) has made electronic procurement of Engineering, Financial, and Program Management support services a reality. Using SeaPort-e, the Navy Virtual SYSCOM (VS) Commanders (NAVAIR, NAVSEA, NAVSUP and SPAWAR) has adopted an integrated approach to contracting for support services. The SeaPort-e portal provides a standardized means of issuing competitive solicitations amongst a large & diverse community of approved contractors, as well as a platform for awarding & managing performance-based task orders. This unified approach allows SeaPort-e service procurement teams to leverage their best work products, practices, & approaches across the Navy’s critical service business sector.
General Services Administration (GSA) Contract Vehicles provide professional services to federal government agencies, as well as state and local government agencies under certain conditions. GSA has reviewed the qualifications of contractors based on performance and has determined that the rates are fair and reasonable. These contracts generally provide a broader array of services than their agency ID/IQ counterparts and many have no counterparts. They are open to all federal agencies and streamline the ordering process to reduce the time from initial contact to commencement of work.

Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) – Schedule 874

IT – Schedule 70

State of Ohio State Term Schedules are established with vendors for various supplies and services. Main Sail is an approved State of Ohio Vendor with a State Term Schedule.This state term contract may be used by any state agencies, as well as properly registered political subdivisions, as defined in Section 125.04(B) of the Revised Code. Additionally, state universities, vocational schools, community colleges, and other institutions of higher education may use this contract. But such use is subject to those entities meeting all requirements under their procurement authority. This is not a requirements contract, and no state agency or political subdivision is obligated to make purchases under it.