Sirius Computer Solutions‘ Force 3 subsidiary has secured three blanket purchase agreements from the Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative to provide information technology products and services to federal agencies.
Force 3 said Thursday it won the three BPAs through the Chief Information Officer-Commodities and Solutions, General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70 and Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract vehicles.
The company will supply desktop computers, laptops and security platforms to customer agencies in large-volume orders under the BPAs.
Agencies can use the CIO-CS contract vehicle to buy on-premise and cloud-based IT products as well as IT Schedule 70 to purchase cybersecurity tools, satellite services, wireless, telecommunications, cloud IT, and data center and storage systems.
The SEWP V acquisition contract aims to facilitate the procurement of IT products and related installation, maintenance and training services by agencies.
Crofton, Maryland-based Force 3 maintains a portfolio of network security, access control, vulnerability management, data center, enterprise architecture and software-defined networking products and services.