Inacom's federal contracts

BOPNet 2000

ADP/BPA-98-7055

Eligibility: Open to all Justice Department activities.

DFAS BPA

MDA220-99-A-0004

Eligibility: Defense Finance and Accounting Service.

DITC BPA

MDA908-99-A-2026

Eligibility: Open to the Defense Information Agency and Defense Department Intelligence Information System activities, and other members of the intelligence community.

EPA BPA

BPA-99-PC-02

Eligibility: Open to all Environmental Protection Agency offices.

ET-1

DAAB07-98-A-V004

Eligibility: Open to the Army, other DOD agencies, contractors performing DOD contracts if authorized by the government and other government agencies.

Fort Campbell BPA

DAKF23-99-A-0501

Eligibility: Fort Campbell, Ky.

GSA schedule

GS-35F-0409J

Eligibility: Open to all federal government agencies.

IT-21 BPA

N00140-00-A-0322

Eligibility: Open to the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Norfolk Detachment, Philadelphia

IT2 Ruggedized Portables

F01620-99-A-8008

Eligibility: Open to all DOD and other entities authorized to purchase off the General Services Administration schedule.

SASS-II

RA1/UNIX Based Systems

MDA908-97-D-0014

RA5/Communications Products

MDA908-97-D-0005

Eligibility: DIA and VACA approved ordering activities.

USAID

TFMGO-98-0001

Eligibility: Open to all U.S. Agency for International Development employees.

USMC BPA

M67854-99-A-4174

Eligibility: Open to the Marine Corps, the Navy, the Coast Guard and other DOD agencies.

VA-PCHS

V101(93)P-1600

Eligibility: Open to the Department of Veterans Affairs and all federal civilian and DOD agencies.

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