Carahsoft To Offer Collaboration Tools On GSA Schedule; Michael Shrader Comments

Carahsoft Technology has added a second company this week to its General Services Administration schedule for purchasing information technology products and services.

The Reston, Va.-based company announced Wednesday that it will offer solutions from Belmont, Ca.-based Actiance, which also holds a position on NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement vehicle.

Carahsoft announced earlier this week that it added Application Security Inc. to its GSA schedule.

Actiance will offer tools to help agencies address security, management and compliance challenges, said Michael Shrader, Carahsoft’s vice president of innovative solutions.

According to Carahsoft’s announcement, Actiance will provide its Vantage platform to support collaboration, public instant messaging such as Skype and web conferencing tools.

Federal, state and local agencies can purchase IT products and services on the GSA schedule, Carahsoft said.

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