Top 20 contracts feds like to use

The 1105 Government Information Group surveyed a random sample of 91,622 Federal Computer Week and Government Computer News subscribers in April and May to learn about their information technology buying habits.

Here are the 20 most-used government IT contracts based on the responses.

Contract - Percent of readers who use it

General Services Administration’s SmartBuy - 35 percent

GSA Schedule 70 - 30 percent

Defense Department’s Enterprise Software Initiative - 18 percent

GSA’s FTS 2001/Networx - 18 percent

Army Small Computer Program - 16 percent

GSA’s Millennia/Millennia Lite/Alliant - 15 percent

GSA’s 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Service - 14 percent

Other - 13 percent

GSA’s IT Omnibus Procurement II - 12 percent

Army’s IT Enterprise Solutions-2 Services - 11 percent

NASA’s Solutions for Enterprisewide Procurement - 11 percent

Defense Information Systems Agency’s I-Assure - 8 percent

Air Force’s blanket purchase agreements - 7 percent

Air Force’s Network Centric Solutions - 7 percent

Homeland Security Department’s Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions/First Source - 6 percent

Commerce IT Solutions NexGen - 5 percent

DISA’s Global Enterprise Management Support - 5 percent

DISA’s NexGen - 5 percent

National Institutes of Health’s Electronic Commodity Store III - 5 percent

DISA’s Encore - 4 percent

NIH’s Chief Information Officer Solutions and Partners 2 Innovations - 4 percent

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