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Contracting Vehicles

NTS offers a variety of contract vehicles to meet the needs of our government clients, either as a prime or sub.

GSA IT Schedule 70Sub

IT Schedule 70 is an Indefinite Delivery Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract that delivers federal, state, and local customer agencies the tools and expertise needed to shorten procurement cycles, ensure compliance, and obtain the best value for innovative technology products, services, and solutions. With more than 7.5 million products and services from over 4,600 pre-vetted vendors, federal agencies are continuing to maximize their budget and reducing buying cycles by up to 50 percent over the open market.

Stars II GWACSub

8(a) STARS II, a small business set-aside GWAC, provides flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse pool of 8(a) industry partners. With a $15 billion program ceiling and a five-year base period with one five-year option, 8(a) STARS II allows for long-term planning of large-scale program requirements while strengthening opportunities for 8(a) small businesses.


Army Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solution (CHESS), in coordination with the Army Contracting Command (ACC), Rock Island (RI), requires contracts to support the Army’s IT software requirements, covering a full range of Information Technology (IT) software for client, server, storage, and network environments; for software maintenance; and for related incidental services and hardware as part of an Information Technology Enterprise Solutions – Software 2 (ITES-SW 2) total solution. The software, software maintenance and related incidental services and hardware shall be commercial in accordance with the definition of commercial items in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 2.101

Doing Business with
the Federal Government

Spending power of the federal government is second to none. The federal government is the world’s largest buyer of products and services. It buys just about every category of commodity and service available, in fact, the federal government discretionary spend for 2016 was $1.15 trillion.

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