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uantum Technology Group has a variety of Federal contracts available to meet your specific information technology (IT) needs. Through the Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWAC), Agency-Specific Contracts (Multiple Award Contracts), General Service Administration Federal Supply Schedules (FSS), and Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA) that Quantum Technology Group has been awarded, agencies have rapid access to a wide range of services.
- GSA TELESERV II
- SBA 8(a) Program
- GSA 8(a) STARS II
- GSA Connections II
- Navy Seaport-e
- CIO-SP3 Small Business
Quantum Technology Group can provide your company with services to suit your business needs quickly and with minimum paper work under Time & Material, Firm Fixed Price, or Cost Option contracts.
SBA 8(a) Program – Prime
With Quantum Technology Group’s Small Business Administration (SBA) status as a Certified 8(a), and Small Disadvantaged Business, Government Agencies can contract with Quantum Technology Group directly using sole-source acquisition. Quantum Technology Group can receive directed sole source contracts, up to a ceiling of $4 million for services. Sole source contracts are usually approved in a matter of days. Federal Agencies with a Small Business Program will understand how to guide their contracting officers, planners and engineers through the sole source contract program. Because the 8(a) program is a federal mandate, Federal Agencies get credit for the amount of work they issue to an 8(a), Disadvantaged Business, and Small Business. Any federal agency can identify work especially suited for an 8(a) firm and can set-aside the project without advertising in FedBizOpps. This allows the Federal Agency to directly award a professional service contract to Quantum Technology Group without lengthy contracting delays.
If this option is chosen, the steps typically followed are:
1) The Government program manager develops a statement of work, prepares a government estimate, and obtains the necessary funding.
2) The Government program manager chooses Quantum Technology Group to perform the work and submits a procurement request to the agency contracting officer.
3) The agency contracting officer prepares and submits an “Offer Letter” to Quantum Technology Group’s SBA Business Development Specialist, Mr. Dan Lucero (Daniel.email@example.com).
4) The SBA processes the Offer Letter and returns it to the agency contracting officer, usually within 5 business days, who submits the Statement of Work and Request for Proposal or Quotation to Quantum Technology Group.
5) Quantum Technology Group submits the proposal, which is evaluated and negotiated (if necessary) by the agency.
6) The contract is awarded to Quantum Technology Group. An agency has the option of awarding a sole source IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity) contract to Quantum Technology Group as part of the 8(a) program. This type of contract vehicle would allow the agency more flexibility to issue individual task orders under the scope of the IDIQ to meet evolving agency/program requirements.
SDVOSB – Prime
The purpose of the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concern Procurement Program is to provide procuring agencies with the authority to set acquisitions aside for exclusive competition among service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns, as well as the authority to make sole source awards to service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns if certain conditions are met. (See Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 13 C.F.R. § 125.8-125.10).
Set Aside Requirements and Exemptions
A Contracting Officer (CO) may set-aside requirements if:
1. The requirement is not exempted from SDVO contracting, the CO considers setting aside the requirement for 8(a), HUBZone, or SDVO SBC participation before considering setting aside the requirement as a small business set-aside.
2. There is a reasonable expectation that at least two responsible SDVO SBC will submit offers; and
3. The award can be made at a fair market price.
A contracting activity may not make a requirement available for a SDVO contract if and be exempted if:
1. The requirement would be fulfilled through the award of Federal Prison Industries, Inc. or Javits-Wagner-O’Day Act participating non-profit agencies for the blind and severely disabled.
2. The requirement is currently being performed by an 8(a) participant or SBA has accepted that requirement for performance under the authority of the Section 8(a) Program.
Sole Source Contracts
A CO may award a sole source contract if:
1. If the requirement is not exempted from SDVO contracting and cannot be set-aside.
2. The CO does not have a reasonable expectation that at least two responsible SDVO SBCs will submit offers.
3. The anticipated award price of the contract, including options, will not exceed: o $5.0M for manufacturing requirements o $3.0M for all other requirements
4. Award can be made at a fair market price.
Simplified Acquisition Threshold If the requirement is at or below the simplified acquisition threshold, the CO may set-aside the requirement for consideration among SDVOSBCs using simplified acquisition procedures or may award a sole source contract to a SDVOSBC. A sole source award is only permissible where there is only one SDVO SBC that perform the contract in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations § 19.406 (a)(3).
GSA Connections II – Multiple Core Teams
Connections II meets federal agencies’ telecom equipment, labor, building, and campus infrastructure solution needs, including:
* Infrastructure design, installation, and implementation
* Professional services to support existing networks
* Transition planning and integration services
* Customized client-specific systems
Type of contract: Multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ)
Period of performance: Base of three years and three months, with six one-year options
Ceiling: $5 billion
Four flexible solution sets provide scope ideas:
* Communications and networking
* Building or campus facility preparation
* Operations, administration, and management (OA&M)
* Customer service and technical support
Federal agencies can request work in one or more solution sets, or request an entirely new solution.
Access to multiple types of task orders
Connections II features either fixed-price or time-and-materials task order types. You can compete and award the order yourself, or GSA Connections II Representatives to use their assisted services. All orders must use fair opportunity in accordance with FAR 16.505.
Integration with Networx and local telecommunications contracts
Let GSA be your end-to-end telecommunications solution provider. Agencies can use Connections II along with transport contracts, like Networx or local telecommunications contracts for easier management of your telecommunications service and infrastructure.
Quantum Technology Group is teamed with Multiple Primes on this contract.
Navy Seaport-e – Multiple Core Teams
SeaPort-e is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas including Engineering, Financial Management, and Program Management. The Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, the United States Marine Corps, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) compete their service requirements amongst 1800+ SeaPort-e IDIQ multiple award contract holders. The SeaPort-e portal provides a standardized, efficient means of soliciting offers from amongst the diverse population of large and small businesses and their approved team members. All task orders are competitively solicited, awarded and managed using the SeaPort-e platform. Since nearly 85% of its contract–holders are small businesses, the SeaPort-e approach to acquiring services provides opportunity that fuels the Nation’s engine of job growth.
Quantum Technology Group supports the Navy Seaport-e across all geographical zones as both a small business prime and as a team member with IBM for large business task orders. Geographical Zones:
* Zone 1 – Northeast Zone
* Zone 2 – National Capital Zone
* Zone 3 – Mid Atlantic Zone
* Zone 4 – Gulf Coast Zone
* Zone 5 – Midwest Zone
* Zone 6 – Southwest Zone
* Zone 7 – Northwest Zone
Quantum Technology Group is teamed with Multiple Primes on this contract. (back to top)
CIO-SP3 Small Business
CIO-SP3 Small Business contract can be used by any U.S. Government agency, including the U.S. Department of Defense, to fulfill a broad range of IT requirements. In an April 2012 directive, the Navy identified CIO-SP3 Small Business as a preferred contracting vehicle. Task order types – Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP), Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee (CPFF), Cost-Plus-Award-Fee (CPAF), Cost-Plus-Incentive-Fee (CPIF), and Time-and-Materials (T&M).
Quantum Technology Group has been awarded CIO-SP3 Small Business contract in the SDVOSB, Small Business and 8(a) groups. Our company is qualified to provide services under the following task areas. Task areas are provided as a guide. If you need help determining where your particular IT requirements fall, contact NITAAC’s Customer Support Center. Detailed task area information awarded to Quantum Technology Group can be found on the NITAAC Contract Holder Information page.
- Task Area 1: IT Services for Biomedical Research and Healthcare
- Task Area 2: Chief Information Officer (CIO) Support
- Task Area 4: Outsourcing
- Task Area 5: IT Operations and Maintenance
- Task Area 6: Integration Services
- Task Area 7: Critical Infrastructure Protection and Information Assurance
- Task Area 8: Digital Government
- Task Area 9: Enterprise Resource Planning Task
- Task Area 10: Software Development