Microsoft Partner OnActuate Awarded GSA Contract to Better Serve Government Customers | OnActuate
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OnActuate awarded a GSA Contract, a preferred contracting source for government buyers.

BELLEVUE, Washington: OnActuate is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a General Services Administration Schedule (GSA) Contract. This contract was awarded based on strong references from previous projects and further establishes OnActuate as a trusted resource for government buyers.

“We are thrilled that OnActuate has been awarded a GSA Contract,” said Naeem Shafi, VP North America, OnActuate. “As an accredited vendor, agencies can now find and work with us directly. We look forward to continuing to help the public sector industry advance through technology.”


Every GSA contract holder has access to online GSA systems, including GSA Advantage. Government agencies can now purchase OnActuate’s services through the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS). This Schedule program is flexible and supports compliance for federal buyers, who benefit from simplified ordering procedures and paperwork, reduced prices, and efficiently connecting with sellers.


About OnActuate

OnActuate is a Global Information Technology & Consulting Firm, and a Microsoft Dynamics Gold-Certified Partner, Cloud Solution Provider and Value-Added Reseller. It helps public sector agencies implement technologies that save time, money, and resources. OnActuate’s unmatched, tailored solutions utilize Microsoft Business Applications. This, coupled with its experienced global team’s collaborative approach, has helped many state and local governments increase efficiencies and minimize risk. OnActuate project implementation services are complemented by advisory consulting and direct support services.

About General Services Administration (GSA)

The General Services Administration (GSA) is an independent agency of the United States government, established in 1949 to help manage and support the basic functioning of federal agencies. GSA’s mission is to deliver value and savings in mission-support services across government, such as technology. One of its strategic goals is to improve the way federal agencies buy, build, and use technology. GSA leads the charge to modernize the government’s approach to technology products and services. It guides agencies through innovative and efficient technology deployment to meet their missions and fulfill the needs of Americans in a rapidly evolving and complex world. 


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