Ordering Process

With three Best in Class Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs), NITAAC provides information technology (IT) contracting expertise to assist federal agencies.
Task order process

Ordering process

Orders must be placed in accordance with the requirements of fair opportunity as defined in FAR Subpart 16.505. In addition, Ordering Contracting Officers (OCOs) should follow their respective agency policies and procedures for issuing orders under a GWAC.

Click on an arrow to learn more about the details of each step within the government acquisition process.

Upcoming events

Upcoming events

October 4 - 5, 2022 - All day
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Tradeshow: NDIA Defense and Industry Fall Forum

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October 6, 2022 - 8:00 - 11:45am
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Speaking Engagement: The IT Category: Creating Opportunities for Small Business

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October 12 - 13, 2022 - All day
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Tradeshow: 1st Annual AFCEA Las Vegas Cyber & Tech Days at DOE/NNSS NV Sites

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October 13 - 14, 2022 - All day
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Tradeshow: MilSat Symposium

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We offer free training, both at the NIH and at customer sites, to educate agencies about the value they can achieve by using CIO-SP3, CIO-SP3 Small Business or CIO-CS. Attendees earn 2 Continuous Learning Points (CLPs).

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Explore our services

Explore our services

NITAAC Government-Wide Strategic Solutions (GSS) is one of the three preferred Office of Management and Budget sources for federal agencies looking to obtain desktops, laptops, monitors and hardware at a competitive price.

If your agency needs help buying information technology (IT), our Assisted Acquisitions team can support you. NITAAC becomes your Contracting Officer guiding you in accordance with your agency’s policies and the Federal Acquisitions Regulations (FAR).

We provide a review of document requirement factors which can affect the quality of responses you ultimately receive.

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