GSA Schedule 51 V has 402 contractors and had over $140 million in sales last year. Year to date Schedule 51 V has done $629 million dollars in sales. Given that agencies will most likely want to spend at least as much in procurement as last year in order to retain their budget for FY2015 planning, there should be about $78 million worth of opportunities on the Schedule 51 V contract before the end of Quarter 4 of Fiscal Year 2014.
[it-exchange-member-content membership_ids=”2376″][/it-exchange-member-content]ITES-3S will replace ITES-2S, a multiple-award contract [MAC] with a ceiling of $25 billion that was awarded to 16 prime contractors in 2006 and is set to expire in fiscal 2017. ITES-3S will be managed by the Army’s Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) program and is expected to be the Army’s primary source of IT-related services worldwide.