Contract #: GS-35F-214DA
The GSA e-Business innovation, e-Buy, is an electronic Request for Quote (RFQ) / Request for Proposal (RFP) system designed to allow Federal buyers to request information, find sources, and prepare RFQs/RFPs, online, for millions of services and products offered through the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) and GSA Technology contracts. Federal buyers can use e-Buy to obtain quotes or proposals for services, large quantity purchases, big ticket items, and purchases with complex requirements.
Contract #: GS-35F-214DA
DFS has performed as a prime contractor on over $90M in cybersecurity related projects for the federal government. Our cybersecurity experts are on the forefront of solving information assurance challenges at the Department of Defense (DoD); Department of Education (ED), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Our Information Assurance teams protect warfighters and civilian clients from cyber intrusions; ensure risks are understood at mitigated; and protect millions of Privately Identifiable Information (PII) records. Our teams understand the business of an organization, and fully support leadership in making risk-based decisions and investments. Our technology agnostic approach empowers our customers to choose the best tools for their environment, and to support business use case development for cyber security architecture.
Contracting Officers can issue sole source solicitations to qualified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses.
Many sole source solicitations can be completed within 30 days or less.
Maximum award including options is $3 million for services. (13 C.F.R. 125.20 and FAR 19.14).
Helps individual commands, DoN, and DoD meet SDVOSB contracting goals set by The Veterans Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development Act of 1999 (Public Law 106-50) and Executive Order 13360.
The 8(a) Business Development Program is a business assistance program for small disadvantaged businesses. The 8(a) Program offers a broad scope of assistance to firms that are owned and controlled at least 51% by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals. The 8(a) Program is an essential instrument for helping socially and economically disadvantaged entrepreneurs gain access to the economic mainstream of American society. The program helps thousands of aspiring entrepreneurs to gain a foothold in government contracting.
The HUBZone program fuels small business growth in historically underutilized business zones with a goal of awarding at least three percent of federal contract dollars to HUBZone-certified companies each year. It also gives preferential consideration to those businesses in full and open competition.