ECS III: A buyer's guide (A-C)

As part of our coverage of the Electronic Commodity Store III program, Federal Computer Week has compiled a synopsis of the products and services available from ECS III contractors.

The information is not comprehensive — some contractors sell thousands of products — but the listings show the breadth of offerings available from contractors and highlights products or services of particular interest, giving customers an idea of where to start shopping.

The contact information was downloaded from the ECS III Web site and verified by the companies. The contractors provided product/service categories and highlights, although this information has been edited for clarity and length.



A&T Systems Inc.

Contract no.: 263-03-D-0512
Address: 12520 Prosperity Drive, Suite 300
Silver Spring, MD 20904
Contact: Rene Mitchell, Purchasing Requirements
Phone: (703) 725-5436 or (301) 384-1425 ext. 270
Fax: (301) 384-1405
E-mail: [email protected]
Contact: Bob Kornhauser, Program Manager
Phone: (301) 384-1425 ext. 339
Fax: (301) 384-1405
E-mail: [email protected]
Web address: https://www.varstreet.com/atsecsstore/default.asp
Small, disadvantaged business

Product/service categories:
Servers, desktop computers, notebook and handheld computers including tablets, printers, monitors, plasma displays, networking and telecommunications equipment, video wall systems, telemedicine systems, medical-grade monitors, medical research and diagnosis components, scientific workstations, knowledge management software, international worker-tracking software, databases, security, operating systems and other software, warranty and support services.

Highlights:
* G1440 i1440 software for tracking international employees, students and visitors, in compliance with immigration laws.
* PresentationPro Inc. software for enhancing Microsoft Corp. PowerPoint.
* Apollo Telemedicine telepathology system for remote consultations, analysis, diagnosis and treatment of patients.


Automation Research Systems Ltd.

Contract no.: 263-03-D-0564
Address: 4480 King St., Suite 600
Alexandria, VA 22302
Contact: Stefanie Coburn
Phone: (703) 824-6286
Fax: (703) 820-9106
E-mail: [email protected]
Web address: www.arslimited.com
Small, disadvantaged business

Product/service categories:
Desktop and laptop computers, workstations, networking equipment, ancillary training services, firewalls, software and telecommunications equipment.

Highlights:
* Cisco Systems Inc. security products and associated certified training.
* Cisco IP telephones and training.
* American Power Conversion Corp. PowerStruxure data center technology.


AVR Enterprises Inc.

Contract no.: 263-03-D-0520
Address: 1020 Elden St., Suite 106
Herndon, VA 20170
Contact: Scott Goldberg
Phone: (703) 834-0000 ext. 31
Fax: (703) 709-0837
E-mail: [email protected]
Contact: Stacy Warren
Phone: (703) 834-0000 ext. 21
E-mail: [email protected]
Contact: Atul Kumar
Phone: (703) 834-0000 ext. 13
E-mail: [email protected]
Web address: www.avrenter.com
Small, disadvantaged business

Product/service categories:
Mobile and desktop computers, servers, server storage and infrastructure, software, security, operating systems, programming, Web development services, engineering services.

Highlights:
* MPC (formerly MicronPC LLC) TransPort notebook series with integrated biometric thumbprint.
* Wyse Technology thin-client solutions.
* Dell Computer Corp. storage, server, desktop and notebook solutions.


CDW Government Inc.

Contract no.: 263-03-D-0501
Address: 44084 Riverside Parkway, Suite 350, Lansdowne, VA 20176-5102
Contact: Sam Patterson
Phone: (800) 808-4239
Fax: (703) 729-3300
E-mail: [email protected]
Web address: www.cdwg.com/ecsiii

Product/service categories:
Hardware, software, cabling and networking technologies, system peripherals, and services including hardware configuration, installation, warranty and asset tagging.

Highlights:
* Has teamed with Science Applications International Corp. to support customer projects.


Compaq Federal LLC (now part of Hewlett-Packard Co.)

Contract no.: 263-03-D-0553
Address: 6406 Ivy Lane
Greenbelt, MD 20770
Contact: Robyn Grimsley
Phone: (703) 779-3578
Fax: (703) 779-5709
E-mail: [email protected]
Web address: www.hp.com

Product/service categories:
Desktop computers, laptops, handhelds, workstations, servers, storage, printers, support services.

Highlights:
* Tablet PCs.
* iPaq handheld computers.
* ProLiant servers.


Computer & Hi-tech Management Inc.

Contract no.: 263-03-D-0528
Address: 596 Lynnhaven Parkway, Suite 100, Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Contact: Sravant Lavu
Phone: (703) 883-1788 ext. 341
Fax: (703) 883-0218
E-mail: [email protected]
Web address: www.chm.net
Small, disadvantaged business

Product/service categories:
Desktop and tower computers, laptop computers, peripherals, standard and scientific research workstations and related devices, software, networking equipment, warranty and support services.

Highlights:
* Cisco Systems Inc. Voice Gateways.
* Motorola Inc. VMEbus computer boards.
* iManage Inc. document imaging and management software.


Converge Networks Corp.

Contract no.: 263-03-D-0555
Address: 7928 Inverness Ridge Road
Potomac, MD 20854
Contact: Tony Ghazi
Phone: (301) 520-4285
Fax: (301) 983-8431
E-mail: [email protected]
Web address: www.convergnet.com

Product/service categories:
Desktop and laptop computers, handhelds, standard workstations and scientific research workstations, software, network and telecommunications equipment, maintenance and support services.

Highlights:
* Entrust Inc. virtual private network solutions.
* Cisco Systems Inc. IP telephony.
* Cisco wireless solutions.

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