Multiple Award Schedule
J29 Lands GSA MAS Contract for IT Services
J29, an information technology company, has been awarded a prime contract on the General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedule.
MAS is a long-term government-wide contract vehicle that connects federal, state and local government customers with commercial supplies and services at volume discount pricing.
J29 said it received a five-year base awarding period and three additional five-year option periods on the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
Government agencies may now procure J29’s services under three categories: health IT services, IT professional services, and cloud and cloud-related IT professional services.
J29 said its IT services are primarily geared toward the health care sector, with a focus on claims analysis, data management, program assurance and artificial intelligence.
Headquartered in Millersville, Maryland, J29 has served clients from the departments of Defense and Health and Human Services, among other public-sector agencies.
Tracy Mills, president and founder of J29, said the MAS award follows the company’s 8(a) certification by the Small Business Administration.
Participants in SBA’s 8(a) Business Development Program have certain benefits intended to level the playing field for socially and economically disadvantaged businesses, including the reservation of set-aside and sole-source contracts.
J29 said it is an economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business and minority business enterprise.
GSA MAS is the most widely used GWAC and annually accounts for about $45 billion in government contracts, J29 said.
The company said it was awarded the spot on the GWAC following a review of its performance and history of providing cost-effective offerings to the government.
Category: Federal Civilian
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