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Screendoor gives you powerful online forms, tools to process the submissions you receive, and free hands‑on consulting to improve response rates.

Government Customers:

Reviews

  • Federally-Compatible TOS (link)

  • Privacy Threshold Analysis (PTA)

  • Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)

  • System of Records Notice (SORN)

Authority to Operate (ATO)

  • FedRAMP (JAB)

  • FedRAMP (Agency)

  • FedRAMP (CSP Package)

  • Agency Approval

Procurement Options

  • POC: ITSchedule70@gsa.gov

    The General Services Administration’s (GSA) IT Schedule 70 is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award schedule that allows federal, state, local and tribal government entities to procure technology products and services from more than 5,000 pre-vetted vendors--many of which are small businesses.

    Agencies that use IT Schedule 70 benefit from:

    • Competitive prices and discounts- GSA negotiates its fair and reasonable prices based on the aggregated buying power of the federal government.
    • Flexible contracting and streamlined ordering- IT Schedule 70 saves you time by delivering combined synopses and solicitations, as well as making it easier for you to meet Competition in Contracting Act (CICA) requirements. Schedules accept purchase cards and allow task orders and blanket purchase agreements (BPAs).
    • Value-added services - A team of business management specialists, technical analysts, and contracting officers work closely with customer agencies to ensure best value, technical accuracy, and compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 8.4 for all procurements. Customers can request Statement of Work and technical requirements reviews.
    Customer agencies that use IT Schedule 70 can purchase directly through GSA Advantage!, submit an RFI or RFQ through GSA’s eBuy, or conduct market research prior to making a purchase by using GSA’s eLibrary. The steps for procuring technology products or services through IT Schedule 70 varies based on the dollar amount, in accordance with FAR Part 8.4.

    For more information or for assistance making a purchase, email ITSchedule70@gsa.gov. Or, visit the IT Schedule 70 website to learn more about available products and services.