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GWAC Buyer's Guide

GWACs: A New Measure of Respect

The late comic Rodney Dangerfield might have had something to say about the current state of governmentwide acquisition contracts (GWACs). Despite their size, reach and efforts to encompass just about every need that agencies have for purchasing information technology, somehow they don’t seem to get the respect they should.


NIH Gears Up for New GWAC Opportunity

The third version of the National Institutes of Health’s Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners (CIO-SP) governmentwide acquisition contract is slated as a follow-on contract, but in some ways it’s a completely different animal.

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The Sky's the Limit

When GSA officials began planning the Alliant Small Business (Alliant SB) program, they drew from best practices across agency’s stable of small business governmentwide acquisition contracts (GWACs), including 8(a) STARS, COMMITS Next Generation, and Veterans Technology Services (VETS). Consequently, when Alliant SB was launched in February 2009, GSA officials incorporated lessons learned for training agency users, collaborating with industry contract holders, and supporting agencies throughout the task order process.


Unleashing the Power of Alliant

The Alliant governmentwide acquisition contract was a much anticipated follow-on to the General Services Administration’s Applications ’N Support for Widely-diverse End-user Requirements (ANSWER) and Millennia contracts when it was awarded in August 2007, but a subsequent protest and delay raised many red flags. Its eventual success was anything but assured when it finally opened for business at the beginning of May 2009.


Tracking the Evolution of SEWP

NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) originally was to be a procurement vehicle for the space agency’s Goddard Space Flight Center. It’s come a long way. 


GWACs Full Report.pdf