Total Solutions for Law Enforcement (Schedule 84)

Description

The CACI NSS, Inc. Total Solutions for Law Enforcement (Schedule 84) is effective from November 1, 2003 through October 31, 2023 with one five-year option. Schedule 84 provides federal agencies with a streamlined procurement vehicle to obtain professional security and facility management services including security consulting and training.

Contract Details
CACI Contract Holder CACI NSS, Inc.
Customer General Services Administration (GSA)
Elligible Buyers
  • All federal agencies and activities in the executive, legislative and judicial branches
  • Mixed ownership government corporations (as defined in the Government Corporation Control Act), such as the U.S. Postal Service
  • The government of the District of Columbia
DUNS Number 08-017-5220
Special Item Numbers

CATEGORY

DESCRIPTION

 

Facilities, Industrial Products & Services

Structures, Industrial Products

238910 – Installation & Site Preparation Services

 

Facilities

Facilities Solutions

334512 – Total Solutions Support Products for Facilities Management Systems

 

Security & Protection

Protective Equipment

334220 – Surveillance Systems, Wearable Body Cameras, & Vehicular Video
334519 – Bomb & Hazardous Material Disposal; Metal & Bomb Detection
33314NV – Night Vision Equipment

 

Security & Protection

Security Systems

334290 – Security & Detection Systems
334290L – Physical Access Control Systems (PACS)
541330L – Security System Integration, Design, Management, & Life Cycle Support
611430ST – Security Training

 

Scientific Management & Solutions

Search & Navigation

334511 – Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical & Nautical Systems & Instruments

 

Miscellaneous

Complementary SINs

ANCILLARY – Ancillary Supplies & Services
NEW – Introduction to New Supplies & Services
OLM – Order-Level Materials (OLMs)

 

 

Advantages of using Schedule 84

  • Easy access to commercially available services
  • Volume discount pricing
  • Establish Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) for repetitive requirements
  • Direct contractor/customer relationship
  • FedBizOpps synopsis is NOT required (Federal Supply Schedules are already synopsized on FedBizOpps)
  • Competition in Contracting Act (CICA) requirements have been met [see FAR 6.102 (d)(3)]
  • Prices have been determined by GSA to be fair and reasonable
  • Ease of ordering
    • Maximum order limitations have been removed
    • In most instances the government credit card can be utilized when placing orders
       

How to Order

  • Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs)
  • Delivery Orders
  • Purchase Orders
  • Task Orders
  • Period of performance
  • Deliverable items
  • Security requirements
  • SOW (performance-based SOW recommended)
A written order (e-mail, mail or fax), EDI (GSA Advantage!TM) and credit card orders shall be the basis for purchase in accordance with the provisions of this contract. In the case of BPAs telephone orders are permissible.
  • Determine suitability of use of the GSA Office, Imaging and Document Solutions Schedule
  • Develop a SOW in agency format, identifying agency points of contact for technical and contractual matters
  • Specify period of performance, identify any special requirements, such as security or classification, identify funding and coordinate within agency, as required
  • E-mail, mail or fax SOW to CACI’s GSA Ordering Office
  • Review response from CACI, clarify any issues
  • Place order with the CACI GSA Ordering Office using agency order for supplies and services (e-mail, mail or fax), EDI or credit card
  • Pay any invoices monthly


Points of Contact

Ted Buford
Program Manager
Tel: 703-679-4177
EMAIL
William Mickler
Business Ops Manager
Tel: 703-679-3866
EMAIL
Lauren Holmes
Contracts Manager
Tel: 703-679-3412
EMAIL
Contract Number
GS-07F-5377P
Contract Period
11/01/2003 - 10/31/2023