Federal Resources, a government contracting company located in Stevensville, MD, has recently been awarded a United States General Services Administration (GSA) Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 contract. The IT Schedule 70 contract is a multiple award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract and is the largest, most widely used acquisition vehicle in the United States government offering a wide variety of information technology products, services and solutions.
Partnering the IT Schedule 70 contract with their current GSA Schedule 84 contract for Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, Rescue, Clothing, Marine Craft and Emergency/Disaster Response, Federal Resources can now supply their customers with the latest technology available to them for all of their networking and communications needs.
“We understand the need for technology in the world today,” says Federal Resources’ CEO, Robert McWilliams, “and we are excited to provide government agencies and more specifically the war fighters, the tools needed to perform their mission at the highest level possible.”
Federal Resources has increased both market penetration and product offerings every year through unique partnering with manufacturers like Airbus Defense and Space, Klas Technologies, Haivision, Engility and Sonus. The first offering on the GSA Schedule 70 contract is the Airbus Defense and Space's Ranger Flyaway Multi-Band Terminal, the Ranger 1000, complimented by an array of options.
“With the rise of terrorist threats in the United States, we strive to support the brave men and women who plan to track down these threats.” exclaims McWilliams. “The addition of this contract enables us to further support them by offering not only the equipment, but the training and support needed.”