SSI is a prime contractor on the General Services Administration (GSA) Corporate
Schedule for Information Technology Services (70). This Contract is available to
all federal agencies worldwide. Under this Contract, SSI is able to provide information
technology services quickly and cost effectively. This vehicle allows SSI to provide
specialized IT engineering and consultant services at rates that have been fully
negotiated and approved by GSA. Orders placed against GSA Multiple Award Schedule
(MAS) contracts, using the procedures in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 8.4,
are considered to be issued using full and open competition (see FAR 6.102(d)(3)).
Ordering activities are not required to make a separate determination of fair and
reasonable pricing, except for the price evaluation required by FAR 8.405-2(d) when
ordering services requiring a statement of work. By placing an order against a GSA
Schedule contract using the procedures in this section, the ordering activity has
concluded that the order represents the best value and results in the lowest overall
cost alternative to meet the government's needs.
Naval Sea Systems Command Seaport-e
SSI is a prime on Naval Sea Systems Command’s (NAVSEA) Seaport-e contract
vehicle. This vehicle permits customers to access engineering, technical, programmatic,
and professional support services. For more information on our Seaport-e contract visit our Seaport-e web page
Partnering with Existing Prime Contractors
SSI is willing and open to partnering with prime contractors with existing service
contracts in place with government or commercial customers. If necessary, SSI is
willing and able to pursue teaming agreements and sub-contracts to allow customers
to access SSI's services in a way most convenient to them.
Federal Procurement Assistance Laws for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Firms
Congress enacted two laws to assist small businesses owned and controlled by service
disabled veterans (SDVs): the Veterans Benefits Act of 2003 (P.L. 108-183), signed
by President Bush on December 16, 2003 and the Veterans Entrepreneurship and Small
Business Development Act of 1999 (P.L. 106-50), signed by President Clinton August
P.L. 108-183 enables SDV-owned firms to receive sole source and restricted competition
contracts for goods and services used by the U.S. government. Congress enacted this
statute after data collected from more than 60 federal departments and agencies
over a period of three years showed that more than half of them reported no procurement
dollars expended with SDV-owned companies.
For more information on contracting with SDVO small businesses see the
SBA SDVO SB Program briefing.
To read the Code of Federal Regulations Sub-Parts on SDVO contracting please click
13 CFR Part 125 Sub-Parts A-E.
To read the Federal Acquisition Regulations Sub-Part on the SDVO Procurement Program
please click here :
FAR Part 19.14.
Small Business Status
SSI qualifies under the Small Business Administration as a Small Business in the
following National Industry Classification Code areas:
NAICS Code Description
518210 DATA PROCESSING,
HOSTING, AND RELATED SERVICES
541512 COMPUTER SYSTEMS
541513 COMPUTER FACILITIES
541519 OTHER COMPUTER
& GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES
541618 OTHER MANAGEMENT
541690 OTHER SCIENTIFIC
AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES
541990 ALL OTHER PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
56110 OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
611420 COMPUTER TRAINING