Recovery Point offers a variety of convenient contracting vehicles to enable Federal, state and local government agencies to easily access a broad range of cloud, hosting, disaster recovery and communications services. We have many years of experience in all phases of contracting at the Federal, state and local levels and will work efficiently with you to meet your preferred contracting requirements.
Federal Contract Vehicles
GSA Schedule 70: Many services are available on Recovery Point’s GSA Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) Number GS-35F-0210R and more are being added regularly. Please call us for details.
Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWAC) and Agency-Specific ID/IQ Task Order Contracts: Recovery Point participates in numerous GWAC and ID/IQ vehicles and has long-established subcontracting relationships with nearly all top tier Federal prime contractors. We can provide rapid access to many services through these vehicles. We’ll be happy to match the appropriate program with your requirements.
Specialty Preference Vehicles: Recovery Point partners with select SBA-certified holders of minority set-aside prime contract vehicles including SBA 8(a), SBA Small Disadvantaged Business, Woman Owned, GSA 8(a) STARS II and others. We will be happy to work with you to make our services available using your preferred contracting vehicle.
State and Local Contract Vehicles
Maryland Department of Information Technology Consulting and Technical Services+ Master Contract (CATS+): Recovery Point’s services are directly available to State of Maryland agencies under the CATS+ Master Contract which runs from 2013 through 2028. We offer services in the appropriate Functional Areas of CATS+ to meet your requirements.
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) Cooperative Purchasing Contract Rider: Recovery Point’s services are available to 40 purchasing departments that participate in COG’s Cooperative Purchasing Program. They include COG’s 18 member jurisdictions, other local governments in the region as well as school boards and other agencies including the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority and a number of the region’s water and sewer authorities.