Bowie, MD, November 04, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Ops Tech Alliance, LLC. “OTA,” a premier small business provider of specialized training, technical consulting services, and systems architecture services, announced it has been awarded an Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), the procurement arm of the Federal government. The five-year contract allows Federal customers to efficiently purchase a wide array of OTA services.
Ops Tech Alliance has been approved to compete as a prime contractor for awards under the following categories: (SINs) 132-8-Purchase of Equipment, 132-50-Training Courses, 132-51—Information Technology Professional Services, and 132-52-Electronic Commerce.
The GSA Schedule 70 award is the culmination of a rigorous process in which the GSA carefully evaluates companies to determine their proficiency and suitability for providing products and/or services to the Federal government. The assessment covers a corporation’s capabilities, organizational structure, performance history, customer satisfaction, and other criteria. By awarding OTA a GSA Schedule 70 contract, the Federal government has determined the company is recognized as a preferred vendor that is fully authorized to contract directly with Federal government agencies.
“Receiving the GSA IT Schedule 70 contract is a major step forward in OTA’s business strategy,” said Michael P. Bosco, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of OTA. “This award marks a significant milestone for our company. It will allow us to considerably expand our delivery of exceptional services to our Government clients. Furthermore, this award considerably broadens our competitive reach and pursue opportunities as a Prime contractor across Government agencies that require our signature offerings - training, services, and solutions - through this schedule.”
Ops Tech Alliance (OTA) is a certified SBA 8a Small Business and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). OTA was founded by former National Security and Special Operations professionals with over fifty years of experience, and was formed with a singular focus: to bridge the gap between operations and technology to enable mission success. In the rapidly shifting arena of cyber security, mission success depends upon maintaining a technological advantage. OTA provides that advantage.