TechFlow currently holds a number of major federal government contract awards to provide technical support and services to modernize and enhance the US government and its agencies. These contracts provide agencies with an easy and accessible path to engage our services. See below for more detailed information.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Architecture, Development, and Platform Technical Services (ADaPTS) multiple award Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA), procured under TechFlow’s current GSA IT Schedule 70 (Contract Number 47QTCA19D0048) for Special Item Number (SIN) 132-51 for Information Technology Professional Services. The objective of this BPA is to obtain highly specialized technical contractor support services to assist the OCIO in accomplishing its vision of customer-centric service delivery. The scope of this effort includes the contractor support services necessary to provide a full range of information technology (IT) and program support services resulting in secure utility computing service delivery featuring innovation and re-use.
Title: Architecture, Development, and Platform Technical Services (ADaPTS)
TechFlow Contract: 70RTAC19A00000012.
TechFlow DUNS: 014125442
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Program Support Center’s (PSC) Intelligent Automation/Artificial Intelligence (IAAI) multiple award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. The purpose of this indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract is to enable PSC Contracting Officers to order for HHS or on behalf of other agencies to quickly obtain IAAI related solutions, services and products. The PSC is the largest multi-function shared service provider to the federal government. Hosted by the HHS, the PSC provides services to help its customer achieve mission-critical results. PSC’s focus is on delivering mission support functions better, faster and more efficiently. As a result, the PSC is well positioned to procure technological solutions that generate efficiencies and cost savings across HHS and throughout the Federal Government.
TechFlow Contract: 75P00119D00086
TechFlow DUNS: 014125442
The Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 was established by GSA to assist federal government agencies with their procurement of IT products, services and solutions as needed to meet their agency IT missions. This Multiple Award Schedule grants agencies direct access to commercial experts who can thoroughly address the needs of the government IT community through 14 Special Item Numbers (SINs).
TechFlow Contract: 47QTCA10D0048
TechFlow DUNS #: 014125442
TechFlow’s other areas of expertise include:
Quality and Safety
Programs Property and Equipment Control
Enterprise Wide Technology Applications/Solutions
Supply Chain Management
Strategic Sourcing and Procurement
GSA Schedule 871 – Professional Engineering Services (PES) is a worldwide Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) contract issued by the General Services Administration (GSA). PES is a Multiple Award IDIQ available to any agency of the United States Government (USG) and provides an efficient, streamlined, and cost-effective method of acquiring high-quality engineering and technical services in accordance with applicable statues and regulations.
The PES schedule offers a full range of professional engineering services across the full lifecycle project in the following distinct service categories: Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities; Concept Development and Requirements Analysis; System Design, Engineering and Integration; Test and Evaluation; Integrated Logistics Support; Acquisition and Life Cycle Management; Construction Management; and Ancillary Supplies and/or Services. Within each service category, services can be provided in four distinct primary engineering disciplines (and associated sub-disciplines): civil, mechanical, electrical, or chemical.
TechFlow Contract: GS-10F-005AA
TechFlow DUNS #: 014125442
Of the eight (8) SINs, TechFlow can deliver services under the following four (4) highlighted SINS:
Advantages of using the GSA Professional Engineering Services Schedule
Broad range of engineering services enables purchasers to select the level of expertise that best meets their needs.
Delivery order processing time is under control of customer and TechFlow.
Minimal paperwork – low contract administration.
No RFP, IFB or FedBizOpps synopsizing requirements for agencies.
Competitive rates with all fees already built in.
Multiple-award contract (MAC) solicited by Department of the Navy. All SeaPort-NxG work under the contracts will fall under two categories (engineering support services and program management support services), which are further divided into 23 functional areas. Task Order awards will contain provisions to set aside requirements for small businesses, service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, 8(a) business development program participants, woman-owned small businesses and historically underutilized business-zoned small businesses. Under these multiple-award contracts, each contractor will be provided a fair opportunity to nationally compete for individual task orders.
TechFlow Contract: N0017819D8653
TechFlow DUNS #: 014125442
Program Management Services:
GSA 18F is an organization within GSA’s new Technology Transformation Service. IT’s mission is to transform the way the government builds and buys Information Technology, with an emphasis on public-facing digital services. 18F uses an Agile Software Delivery model that it uses to create open source solutions.
To support this mission, 18F established a first of it’s kind Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for Agile Delivery Services. TechFlow is one of the handful of premier awardees in in “pool 3 – Full Stack Pool”, which demonstrates TechFlow’s full range of Agile capabilities in user-centric design, software development and DevOps.
With this $25 million BPA, awarded under the GSA’s IT Schedule 70, TechFlow will help 18F execute on its mission to rapidly deploy tools and services that are easy to operate, cost efficient and reusable across government agencies. TechFlow will be primarily responsible for delivering digital services through agile development, user-centered design, and DevOps.
Blanket Purchase Agreement Number: GS-26F-CA013
The fundamental scope of the ADS I BPAs is to provide a streamlined process to support 18F’s need for agile
delivery services, including user-centered design, agile architecture, agile software development, and DevOps.
The ADS I BPAs will be available for use by General Services Administration 18F program office for internal
purchases and assisted acquisitions to support other Federal agencies.
The focus of this BPA is to develop multiple pools of support to assist USDA in cloud adoption, infrastructure optimization, data center consolidation, application migration, cloud portfolio management, and DevSecOps support. The structure of this award is designed to compartmentalize the complexity of migrations and reduce uncertainty for both industry and the government. This will allow for rapid adoption of routine or automatic, services — leveraging industry innovation and expertise — as well scaling contracts to support iterative delivery by building in research, discovery, and prototyping. This approach follows the outline described in the Digital Services Playbook. This BPA will provide USDA with an enterprise-wide vehicle of expertise and capabilities for modernizing and migrating a portfolio of over 1,000 applications, across approximately 20 data centers. The Center of Excellence is a partnership between the GSA and the White House Office of American Innovation that will drive federal IT modernization efforts. TechFlow will provide infrastructure optimization and cloud adoption services that will support USDA in achieving its modernization efforts across all mission areas while setting important lessons for future government wide IT modernization.
TechFlow Contract: 47QFDA18A0021
TechFlow DUNS #: 14125442
Prompt Payment Terms: FAR 52-232-25
Through GSA Assisted Acquisition Services – Al Munoz 703-785-2867