Spectrum Systems, Inc. announces today that they were awarded a
Schedule 70 contract by the US General Services Administration, which is
the procurement arm of the federal government.
The GSA 70 Contract
specifically pertains to the procurement of Information Technology services
and products. Spectrum Systems has long recognized that its’ unique set
of services and capabilities has many applications in the federal government
arena. The award of a GSA 70 contract will allow Spectrum to focus on close
marketing to government agencies, and provides a fast and easy buying mechanism
for those agencies that wish to do business with Spectrum.
of holding an IT Schedule 70 contract has grown in recent years as many
government agencies expand their procurement through the
General Services Administration.
Head of Business Development, Mark Rabinovitch, said
"We view this contract as an essential means to do business with
the federal government as we focus on applying our very unique experience
and expertise to different industries. We have done extensive market research with
many government agencies that has confirmed a large demand for our services.
Spectrum plans to vigorously pursue government business with the award of this contract."
The award of this contract is an important step to the overall growth vision
for Spectrum Systems. Spectrum is utilizing their strong foundation in IT Security,
Messaging, System Integration and other areas to expand from their roots in the
financial and telecom industries to other core industries, starting
with the federal government.
Federal agencies can find information on Spectrum Systems’ services
on the GSA Schedules’ e-Library
www.gsaelibrary.gsa.gov by searching Spectrum’s contract number −
Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) GS-35F-0048X.
Online orders can be placed through GSA Advantage.
Mark Rabinovitch, Head of Business Development:
+1 (847) 722-0443