GSA to shop at PC Mall Gov

The General Services Administration has awarded a contract to PC Mall Gov Inc. to supply IT products for the procurement agency's Expanded Direct Delivery Program.

This program lets federal agencies order office products through a single point of sale. It also gives them a real-time capability to see the products offered and available inventory, as well as check order status and track orders.

Under the blanket purchase agreement, worth up to $100 million over three years, PC Mall Gov will add more than 12,000 products, such as desktop computers, notebooks, printers, computer accessories and memory, scanners and storage devices to GSA Global Supply's Expanded Direct Delivery Program.

PC Mall ships many orders the same day on which they are placed from its distribution center. It also processes orders via the Internet.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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