GWAC buyers' guide

A comprehensive guide to governmentwide acquisition contracts offering computer hardware, software and services

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Solutions Contracts
Vendor listings for Army IT Enterprise Solutions, Commerce IT Solutions NexGen, DISA Encore IT Solutions, DISA Information Assurance, GSA 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services, GSA Answer, GSA HUBZone, GSA IT Omnibus Procurement II, GSA Millennia, GSA Millennia Lite, NIH CIO-SP2 Innovations and VA Global IT Support Services.

Solutions Contract Matrix

Products and Services Contracts
Vendor listings for Air Force IT2, Air Force Network-Centric Solutions, Army Desktop and Mobil Computing 1, Army IT Enterprise Solutions, GSA Connections, GSA Smart Cards, NASA Scientific and Engineering Workstation Procurement III, DOD Enterprise Software Initiative, NIH Electronic Commodity Store III and NIH Image World 2nd New Dimensions

Products and Services Contract Matrix


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