GSA Schedule 00CORP: The Consolidated Schedule

The Consolidated Schedule provides a streamlined approach to fulfilling requirements that fall within the scope of more than one schedule for acquiring a total solution. Contractors under this schedule hold a single contract that includes two or more combined services from the below schedules/categories.

Number of OOCORP Contractors (in 2011): 1,231

Reported FY 2010 sales:  $858,448,498

Link to Schedule’s main page on eLibrary:
http://www.gsaelibrary.gsa.gov/ElibMain/scheduleSummary.do?scheduleNumber=00CORP

Link to Schedule’s main page on FBO:
https://www.fbo.gov/notices/4a791e4b184b03861c636cf55701cc6c

OOCORP is made up of the following schedules/categories:

C J036 Maintenance & Repair of Special Industry Machinery – A maintenance service agreement consists of preventative and repair (remedial) services. Preventative consists of those scheduled service calls necessary to maintain the equipment in first-class operating condition (e.g., cleaning, lubricating, adjusting, and replacing parts when needed). Repair (remedial) service consist of those unscheduled service calls necessary for repairs not caused by fire, water, accident, fluctuations in electrical power or the customer. The maintenance service agreement includes the cost of labor, replacement parts, and supplies (excluding expendable operating supplies). In the event the Government’s equipment requires initial repair or overhaul prior to acceptance by the contractor for coverage under a maintenance service agreement, the charges for such repairs, including replacement parts and labor, will usually not be covered under the initial maintenance service agreement. In addition, charges for labor and replacement parts for complete rebuilding or overhauling of the Government’s equipment are usually not included in the maintenance service agreement.
C R418 Professional Legal Services – Assist agencies with the full spectrum of professional legal support required for the resolution, management and/or disposition of assets held by the Federal Government
C R699C Other Administrative Support Services – Document Production On-site and Off-site Services – Document production on-site and off-site services provide customers a practical turn-key solution to a customer’s requirements for production of documents. A typical document production service would include the required equipment (e.g., high-volume digital color copiers, scanners) and contractor provided operational and management personnel required for effective on-site/off-site document production.
C R702 Data Collection Services – Assist agencies in the confirmation and validation of specific elements of an agency’s portfolio of assets. Collect and organize data from an agency’s files or a third party source, create asset inventory database, provide support for asset sales (e.g., asset valuations, investor war room and asset packaging, and closings), develop quality/information controls.
C R703 Accounting Services – Accounting Transaction analysis, transaction processing, data analysis and summarization, technical assistance in devising new or revised accounting policies and procedures, classifying accounting transactions, special studies to improve accounting operations.Budgeting –
Assess and improve the budget formulation and execution processes, conduct special reviews to resolve budget formulation or budget execution issues, provide technical assistance to improve budget preparation or execution processes.
C R799B Human Resource Support Services – Human Resource – Services may include, but are not limited to, providing support in the functions of planning, recruitment and internal placement, position classification, personnel actions, training, employee relations, outplacement, function review/integration services and worker’s compensation.
C W036 Lease-Rent of Special Industry Machinery – Rental Plan for Copiers – Rental plans for all copier equipment. Rental rates cover unrestricted normal use of the rented equipment up to the maximum number of copies (e.g., number of copies per month) identified in the rental agreement. An excess charge per copy is usually accessed for copies over the maximum number of copies provided for under the rental agreement. The rental rate includes full-maintenance service (repairs, adjustments, replacements) by authorized service technicians, at no additional cost to the customer. Rental rates do not usually include the cost of consumable supplies.Lease to Ownership Plans (LTOP) Copiers – Lease-to-Ownership Plans (LTOP) are intended for customers who want to lease all types of copiers to secure ownership. At the end of the lease period and upon final payment of all charges due, the Title: and the leased equipment is immediately transferred from the contractor to the government customer. The lease rate does not include the cost of maintenance or consumable supplies. Maintenance service is offered under SIN 51 57 Maintenance Service Agreements (Copier).

Operating Lease Plan For Copiers – Operating Lease plans under SIN 51 58a are applicable to copiers only. An operating Lease plan allows Federal customers to lease the equipment for a monthly rate over a period of time, with NO intent to purchase the equipment at the end of the lease agreement period. Ownership of the asset remains with the lessor. Consumable supplies are available for copier equipment under SIN 51 101 2. Consumable supplies and maintenance service shall be billed as a separate and additional charge.

Operating Lease Plan – (All Other Products) – Operating Lease plans under SIN 51 58b are applicable to all other products (e.g., laboratory imaging systems, mailroom equipment, typewriters, darkroom w/equipment and supplies, network optical systems) under this schedule with the exception of copiers. Operating Lease Plan for copiers are accepted under SIN 51 58a. Operating Lease plan allows Federal customers to lease the equipment for a monthly rate over a period of time, with NO intent to purchase the equipment at the end of the lease agreement period. Ownership of the asset remains with the lessor. Maintenance is not included under this SIN and therefore may be acquired under SIN 51 57. Consumable supplies are not included under this SIN.

C100 01 Introduction of New Services – A new service may be a task, procedure, or product existing in the commercial market which is being developed, improved, or not yet introduced to the Federal Government or not currently available under any GSA Contract, but is categorically related to this procurement. This SIN is available to all subSchedules in the Consolidated Schedule.
C100 03 Ancillary Supplies and/or Services – Ancillary supplies and/or services are support supplies and/or services which are not within the scope of any other SIN on this schedule. These supplies and/or services are necessary to compliment a contractor’s offerings to provide a solution to a customer requirement. This SIN may be used for orders and blanket purchase agreements that involve work or a project that is solely associated with the supplies and/or services purchased under this schedule. This SIN EXCLUDES purchases that are exclusively for supplies and/or services already available under another schedule. Special Instructions: The work performed under this SIN shall be associated with existing SIN(s) that are part of this schedule. Ancillary supplies and/or services shall not be the primary purpose of the work ordered, but be an integral part of the total solution offered. Ancillary supplies and/or services may only be ordered in conjunction with or in support of supplies or services purchased under another SIN(s) of the same schedule. Offerors may be required to provide additional information to support a determination that their proposed ancillary supplies and/or services are commercially offered in support of one or more SIN(s) under this schedule.
C132 12 Equipment Maintenance – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Maintenance, Repair Service, and Repair Parts/Spare Parts for Government-Owned General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Radio/Telephone Equipment, (After Expiration of Guarantee/Warranty Provisions and/or When Required Service Is Not Covered by Guarantee/Warranty Provisions) and for Leased Equipment.
C132 32 Term Software License – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Includes operating system software, application software, EDI translation and mapping software, enabled E-Mail message based products, Internet software, database management programs, and other software. Software maintenance as a product includes the publishing of bug/defect fixes via patches and updates/upgrades in function and technology to maintain the operability and usability of the software product. It may also include other no charge support that is included in the purchase price of the product in the commercial marketplace. No charge support includes items such as user blogs, discussion forums, on-line help libraries and FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), hosted chat rooms, and limited telephone, email and/or web-based general technical support for user s self diagnostics. Software maintenance as a product does NOT include the creation, design, implementation, integration, etc. of a software package. These examples are considered software maintenance as a service under SIN 132.34 Software Maintenance. Software Maintenance as a product is billed at the time of purchase. NOTE: The word “Term” is defined in this Solicitation as “a limited period of time”.
C132 33 Perpetual Software License – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Includes operating system software, application software, EDI translation and mapping software, enabled E-mail message based products, Internet software, database management programs, and other software. Software maintenance as a product includes the publishing of bug/defect fixes via patches and updates/upgrades in function and technology to maintain the operability and usability of the software product. It may also include other no charge support that is included in the purchase price of the product in the commercial marketplace. No charge support includes items such as user blogs, discussion forums, on-line help libraries and FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), hosted chat rooms, and limited telephone, email and/or web-based general technical support for user s self diagnostics. Software maintenance as a product does NOT include the creation, design, implementation, integration, etc. of a software package. These examples are considered software maintenance as a service under SIN 132.34 Software Maintenance as a Service. Software
Maintenance as a product is billed at the time of purchase. NOTE: The word “Perpetual” is defined in this Solicitation as “continuing forever, everlasting, valid foR all time”.
C132 34 Maintenance of Software as a Service -SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Software maintenance as a service creates, designs, implements, and/or integrates customized changes to software that solve one or more problems and is not included with the price of the software. Software maintenance as a service includes person-to-person communications regardless of the medium used to communicate: telephone support, on-line technical support, customized support, and/or technical expertise which are charged commercially. Software maintenance as a service is billed in arrears in accordance with 31 U.S.C. 3324.
C132 50 Training Courses – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Includes training. NOTE: This SIN can only be used to offer Information Technology Training Courses.
C132 51 Information Technology Professional Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Includes resources and facilities management, database planning and design, systems analysis and design,
network services, programming, conversion and implementation support, network services project management, data/records management, and other services relevant to 29CFR541.400.
C132 52 Electronic Commerce and Subscription Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Includes value added network services, e-mail services, Internet access services, electronic subscription services, data transmission services, and emerging electronic commerce technologies.
C132 8 Purchase Of New Equipment – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Includes telephone equipment, audio and video teleconferencing equipment, communications security equipment, facsimile equipment, broadcast band radio, two-way radio, microwave radio equipment, satellite communications equipment, radio transmitters/receivers (airborne), radio navigation equipment/antennas, pagers and public address systems, communications equipment cables, fiber optic cables, fiber optic cables and harnesses, coaxial cables, desktop computers, professional workstations, servers, laptop/portable/notebook computers, large scale computers, optical/imaging systems, other systems, printers, displays, graphics (light pens, digitizers, touch screens), network equipment, other communications equipment, optical recognition input/output ( I/O) devices, storage devices, other I/O and storage devices, ADP support equipment, microcomputer control devices, telephone answering, voice messaging systems, ADP boards, installation of ADP equipment, and installation of telephone equipment. NOTE: Vendors offering New Equipment under SIN 132-8 are required to provide maintenance service and/or repair service and repair parts, in accordance with normal industry practices, for the type of equipment offered, for the Scope of the Contract (i.e., at minimum, the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia).
C382 3 Training and Educational Materials – Services include customized or standardized off-the-shelf Foreign Language training courses at on and off site locations in classroom, private, semi-private, tutorial and in-country immersion forums. Instructional training for various language proficiency levels and testing is included. Educational material in publication, software, audio and video formats may be provided.
C51 409 Network, Optical Imaging Systems and Solutions – The user will have the capability to search for documents from a variety of sources such as desktop computer, intranet/internet, LAN/WAN. The software will support the user’s needs in capturing data in typed print, handprint, mark sense and barcode, electronic data and paper documents into an electronic format in a reliable, secured operating environment. To enable the user to migrate legacy based unstructured paper and electronic data into an electronic document; the contractor will provide the hardware and software. One of more of the following will be provided by the contractor, software/hardware components into medium of choice: Data & Document Capture, Document Imaging, COLD, Document Management, Storage Management, Document Management Scanner, and other related equipment. Document Solutions Additionally, this SIN includes equipment to include solutions for small to medium-size offices to allow the user to capture, file paper documents and retrieve data in seconds. This reduces the cost of storage and key documents and media. This equipment requires no software installation, just plug and play and can be fully access to the Web browser with ease. Document Storage Solutions are designed to deliver and maintain on/off line storage solutions for users who need to present, share, archive and distribute information on CD, DVD, DVRAM and other related mediums. Ideal to work with popular networking protocols including TCP/IP on Ethernet or Wideband network. Other related equipment may be offered. This SIN includes directly related software, accessories, attachments and supplies.
C51 501 Needs Assessment and Analysis Services – Needs assessment and analysis services provide professional support in analyzing and developing customer’s requirements. Based on the customer’s overall objectives, the contractor conducts a comprehensive need assessment and analysis of the customer’s current and required capabilities. Based on the assessment and analysis, the contractor develops and provides detailed recommendations in meeting the customer’s objectives (e.g., required platforms, operating systems, user interfaces, network support, application software, equipment requirements, specific equipment including application software meeting the requirements, quantity and location of the required equipment and software, maintenance of the required equipment and software, consumable supplies and replacement items, training, and required processes, procedures, and controls. In addition, the contractor provides recommendations for acquiring a wide spectrum of equipment offered herein (e.g., document management systems, digital cameras, photographic equipment, laboratory imaging systems, mailroom machines and mailmobile delivery systems binding equipment) and
services (e.g., purchases, lease (e.g., LTOP and Operating), rentals, conversion of rentals to purchase, leasing, cost-per-copy, flat-rate monthly fee, document production outsourcing, document conversion, educational and training, destruction, litigation), a milestone schedule for acquiring and deploying the recommended equipment including the required training, and the projected costs. Operational management support services are typically used to effectively implement the recommendations contained in a needs assessment and analysis report. NOTE 1: Needs assessment and analysis services are usually employed for complex systems/equipment for which the customer needs professional assistance in acquiring a clearer and more comprehensive understanding of the total requirements (e.g., laboratory imaging system, mailmobile systems, copiers and/or duplicators
C51 503 Education and Training Support Services – Education and training support services provide the customer with a comprehensive knowledge (e.g., operational capabilities, user-training, maintenance training, repair techniques) of products offered herein (e.g., color copiers, computer-enhanced copiers, special-application copiers, multi-functional digital copiers, duplicators, high-speed printers, scanners, digital cameras, software applications, photographic laboratories, shredding machines, mail-mobile delivery systems, media storage, network and optical systems), procedures, processes, and applications. Services may include (e.g., destruction, document conversion, records management and photographic). Training may be offered in various forms: onsite/offsite, CD ROM based training, interactive on-line training. Note: Training of personnel that is required to be provided at initial installation or during the course of the contract and training that is normally provided by the contractor to commercial and/or government customers (at no additional cost to the customer) is not included.
C51 504 Records Management Services – Record management services provide a comprehensive capability to solve the complex challenges posed by the movement, manipulation, archiving, security, and management of records. The contractor provides professional management and administrative support personnel having the necessary skills to perform effective record management services for both classified and/or unclassified records. The services are provided using either Government or contractor equipment and facilities or a combination of both. The contractor provides those services necessary to meet the following record management objectives using Government equipment and facilities. The Record management objectives are to maintain the existing file room in a manner that permits the easy location, retrieval, and storage of files. File Organization and Maintenance Services – Generally on-site services i.e., organization of files not for storage, tracking of files, information and documents indexing, scanning, labeling, bar-coding and filing.
C51 505 Document Production On-site and Off-site Services – Document production on-site and off-site services provide customers a practical turn-key solution to a customer’s requirements for production of documents. A typical document production service would include the required equipment (e.g., high-volume digital color copiers, scanners) and contractor provided operational and management personnel required for effective on-site/off-site document production. Document production services are available using either contractor provided and installed equipment, using existing Government-owned equipment, or using equipment installed in Government locations under Lease-to-Ownership Plans. In addition, single or multiple shift production operations; consumable supplies (paper and transparencies are usually not included); on-going equipment maintenance; and customized agency reports are included. Negotiated Operational Performance Standards may be jointly developed and included in the purchase order (e.g., job turn-around time, maximum number of impressions per day or month, document quality expectations, turn-around performance and accuracy.
C51 506 Document Conversion Services – The process of document conversion involves state-of-the-art scanning of the original document’s text and graphic image into digital data, which is then transferred to a new media and formatted for use in a document imaging and storage system. Comprehensive DCS are used to transfer text and graphic images in existing documents (e.g., correspondence, files, technical manuals, land records, charts, engineering drawings, legal instruments, etc.) in whatever media they currently exist (e.g., paper, aperture cards, microfiche, microfilm, roll film, etc.) onto a new delivery/ storage media (e.g., CD-ROM disks, 4mm/8mm magnetic tape, magnetic storage disks, aperture cards, microfiche, microfilm, roll film, etc.) in any required format (e.g., raster images, ASCII text, SGML tagged for electronic distribution or publishing, PDF image files, etc.) required for use in a document imaging and storage system. Customized coding and indexing options are also available as part of the document conversion process. This SIN includes transcription and medical transcription services; it excludes transcriptions for Title III Monitoring, which are available under SIN C382 1.
C51 507 Destruction Services – Destruction services include both on-site and off-site services of classified and unclassified paper documents, materials and magnetic media. The methods for destruction services may be obtained through these destruction options: shredding (e.g., paper documents, folders, newspapers, catalog, magazines) disintegration (e.g., microfilm, microfiche, ID cards, VHS tapes, audio cassettes, CD ROM, floppy disks, computer tapes and computer hard drives) and incineration (e.g., paper documents, maps, files, envelopes, manuals, newspapers, catalogs, magazines, blue prints).
C51 509 Network Connectivity Support Services – Network Connectivity Support Services must be able to support industry’s software applications, network operating systems (e.g., Windows 95, 98, NT, Netware) and other related networks that are compatible to the agency’s infrastructure. The qualified personnel, materials, spare parts, tool, hardware/software and network components necessary to perform the service will be provided by the contractor. The capability to support, stand-alone and integrated digital equipment (e.g., digital/multifunctional digital copiers, Photo ID Systems, Mail Management Systems, Network Optical & Imaging Systems and Laboratory Systems) must be provided by the contractor. This will give the users the ability to search, view, access and print documents right from their desktop. The contractor must have the ability to manage and control the agency’s network environment. This SIN includes directly related support (e.g., security, telephone/hotline, database, software, maintenance).
C520 1 Program Financial Advisor – Assist agencies on cross-cutting issues, asset marketability, program development, trust or other monetary fund management/benefit administration, equity monitoring, originations, and addresses any other considerations regarding the acquisition, management and/or resolution of an asset.
C520 11 Accounting – Transaction analysis, transaction processing, data analysis and summarization, technical assistance in devising new or revised accounting policies and procedures, classifying accounting transactions, special studies to improve accounting operations
C520 12 Budgeting – Assess and improve the budget formulation and execution processes, conduct special reviews to resolve budget formulation or budget execution issues, provide technical assistance to improve budget preparation or execution processes.
C520 13 Complementary Financial Management Services – Assess and improve financial management systems, financial reporting and analysis, strategic financial planning, financial policy formulation and development. Devise and implement performance measures, conduct special cost studies, perform actuarial services, perform economic and regulatory analysis, assist with financial quality assurance efforts, perform benchmarking.
C520 14 Audit & Financial Training Services (SMALL BUSINESS SET ASIDE) – Plan and deliver audit and financial training services including but not limited to course development and instruction required to support audit, review, financial assessment and financial management activities.
C520 15 Outsourcing Recurring Commercial Activities for Financial Management Services – Services that an agency identifies as recurring commercial activities which may include billing, payroll processing, application processing, claim processing, grant application management, loan application management, inventory management, and other financial management activities.
C520 17 Risk Assessment and Mitigation Services – Include but are not limited to the following: documentation of disclosure responsibilities for PII and PHI type information Deployment of risk assessment and mitigation strategies and techniques Improvement of capabilities through the reduction, identification, and mitigation of risks, detailed risk statements, risk explanations and mitigation recommendations, design and development of new business applications, processes, and procedures in response to risk assessments, ensuring compliance with governance and regulatory requirements, evaluation of threats and vulnerabilities to the protection PII and PHI type of information, training of government personnel on how to prevent data breaches and identity theft, information assurance of PII and PHI type information, vulnerability assessments, privacy impact and policy assessments, review and creation of privacy and safeguarding policies, prioritization of threats, maintenance and demonstration of compliance, evaluation and analysis of internal controls critical to the detection and elimination of weaknesses to the protection of PII and PHI type of information.
C520 18 Independent Risk Analysis – Independent Risk Analysis includes a review of all information compromised by a data breach for trends and unusual patterns. The circumstances surrounding the breach are investigated to determine whether it appears to be incidental, accidental or targeted. The breached data itself is analyzed to determine if there is any current evidence of organized misuse. The analysis ultimately provides a determination as to the probability that breached data may be used to harm the individuals whose data has been compromised. The tasks involved in independent risk analysis include but are not limited to the following: monitoring of multiple data elements and sources, metadata analysis, pattern analysis, risk analysis, privacy impact analysis, statistical analysis, data structure development, notification services, probability analysis, that breached data has been used to cause harm, determination of the level of risk for potential misuse of sensitive PII and PHI type of information, certification of findings regarding misuse of compromised data, investigation of circumstances surrounding breach, including digital forensic analysis, collection of evidence regarding data breaches, and development of a risk mitigation plan.
C520 2 Transaction Specialist – Assist agencies in all asset resolution related areas including valuation/pricing, portfolio stratification, restructuring and disposition strategies which best meet agency goals. Make specific recommendations as to the best execution. Conduct a sale or other disposition vehicle. Provide marketing expertise, budget and credit reform analyses.
C520 21 Program Management Services – Encompasses the management of financial and business solutions programs and projects and includes but is not limited to program management, program oversight, project management and program integration of a limited duration. A variety of functions may be utilized to support program integration or project management tasks.
C520 3 Due Diligence and Support Services – Assist agencies in the confirmation and validation of specific elements of an agency’s portfolio of assets. Collect and organize data from an agency’s files or a third party source, create asset inventory database, provide support for asset sales (e.g., asset valuations, investor war room and asset packaging, and closings), develop quality/information controls.
C520 4 Debt Collection – Provide collection services and servicing of defaulted loans which may include borrower negotiations, restructuring, and workout agreements.
C520 5 Loan Servicing & Asset Management – Assist agencies in servicing, monitoring and maintaining loan assets which may include establishing loan database, remittance processing, verify and update borrower data, issue forms and correspondence, process loan cancellations and consolidations, billing services, credit bureau reporting, and transfer and discharge loans. Provide servicing of troubled loans which may include borrower negotiations, restructuring, foreclosure and supervision of the sale of the collateral and workout agreements.
C520 7 Financial & Performance Audits – Perform financial statement audits, financial-related audits, performance audits, and contract audits in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS) and non-GAGAS. An independent assessment of an audited entity’s a) financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles, b) financial information, adherence to financial compliance requirements and internal controls, or c) organization or program performance to identify areas for improvement.
C520 8 Complementary Audit Services – Other services performed by auditors including assist in developing questions for use at hearings, develop methods and approaches in evaluating a new or proposed program and forecast potential program outcomes.
C541 1 Advertising Services – Services provided under this SIN will promote public awareness of an agency’s mission and initiatives, enable public understanding of complex technical and social issues, disseminate information to industry and consumer advocacy groups and engage in recruitment campaigns. Sevices include, but are not limited to the following components: advertising objective determination, message decision/creation, media selection, outdoor marketing and media services, broadcast media (radio, TV and public service announcements), direct mail services, media planning, media placement services, advertising evaluation, related activities to advertising services.
C541 1000 Other Direct Costs (ODCs) are expenses other than labor hours – All ODCs proposed mut be directly related to a service being oiffered under the “Advertising & Integrated Marketing Sollutions (AIMS) portion of this Schedule only and can only be purchaed in conjunction with the Schedule service. Possible ODCs may include items such as audio/visual equipment, facility rental, commercial production, media costs, booth space rental, etc.
C541 2 Public Relations Services – Services include, but are not limited to: providing customized media and public relation services such as the development of media messages and strategies; providing recommendations of media sources for placement of campaigns; preparing media materials such as: background materials, press releases, speeches and presentations and press kits. Other related services may fall under the following categories: executing media programs, conducting press conferences, scheduling broadcast and/or print interviews, press, public relations and crisis communications, media training: training of agency personnel to deal with media and media responsesMedia alertsPress clipping servicesRelated activities to public relations services.
C541 3 Web Based Marketing Services (Small Business Set-Aside) – Develop strategies for an agency to provide the maximum use of their Internet capabilities. Typical tasks may involve the consultation, development and implementation of the following web based tasks: Website design and maintenance services Search engine development E-mail marketing Interactive marketing Web based training Web casting Video conferencing via the web, Section 508 compliance, including captioning services, on-line media management, related activities to web based marketing services Media will also be provided in a format that is compatible with the ordering agency’s software requirements. Continual website updates and maintenance may also be required.
C541 4B Video/Film Production – Videotape and film production services will be provided to inform the public and Government agencies about the latest products, services, and/or issues in various outputs such as: industry standard formats, CD-ROM, DVD and video streaming development. Filming in studios, on location, live shows, or events may also be required. Examples of services include, but are not limited to: Writing, Directing, Shooting, Arranging for talent/animation, Narration, Music and sound effects, Duplication, Distribution, Video scoring, Editing
C541 4C Exhibit Design and Implementation Services – Making all necessary arrangements for exhibits in various venues (museums, malls, tradeshows, etc.) may be required. The key components within the category include, but are not limited to: Conceptualizing, designing and producing exhibits and their accompanying materials Providing and/or making recommendations for carpet and padding installation for exhibit property Preview set-up and dismantling of exhibit property Cleaning, prepping, and storing exhibit property for future use Shipping exhibit property to and from designated site(s)Media illumination services
C541 4D Conference, Events and Tradeshow Planning Services (Small Business Set-Aside) – Services include the making of all necessary arrangements for conferences, seminars and trade shows. Event-marketing services may include but are not limited to the following services for a show, event and/or booth: Project Management Coordination and implementation of third party participation Collection management of third party payment for participation liaison, support with venue, audiovisual and information technology support, Topic and speaker identification Site location research Reservation of facilities On-site meeting and registration support, editorial services, automation and telecommunications support, design and editing productions, mailing and other communication with attendees including pre-post meeting mailings/travel support and computer database creation.
C541 4E Commercial Photography Services (Small Business Set-Aside) – Photography services under this SIN may be used for commercial advertisements and/or illustrations that will appear in books, magazines, and/or other media. Services may include but are not limited to: Black and white, color photography, Digital photography, Aerial, photography, Architectural photography, Still photographs, Field and studio, photography, Related services such as photo editing and high-resolution scans.
C541 4F Commercial Art and Graphic Design Services (Small Business Set-Aside) – Commercial art, graphic design, and special effects that educate the consumer market about a product or service, may be required along with updating, rewriting, and/or editing materials. Types of services may include, but are not limited to: Developing conceptual design and layouts Providing copywriting and technical writing services Creating sketches, drawings, publication designs, and typographic layouts Furnishing custom or stock artwork (including electronic artwork)
C541 5 Integrated Marketing Services – This SIN will be used to offer a complete solution that integrates various services found under the other SINs. Services required under this SIN may include the creation of comprehensive solutions using strategically targeted marketing plans that include full service execution of media planning and creative multimedia campaigns. These comprehensive solutions include services available separately under: 541-1 Advertising, 541-2 Public Relations, 541-3 Web Based Marketing, and 541-4 Specialized Marketing. Contractors must have the capabilities to provide services identified within all Special Item Numbers. NOTE: SIN 541-5 may not be used to fulfill individual requirements that are covered separately by other SINs in this schedule. SIN 541-5 may only be used to fulfill comprehensive agency requirements that span multiple service offerings from the schedule.
C561 001 Fire Alarm System Preventative Maintenance and Repair Services – Services include but are not limited to the performance inspection, testing, and preventive maintenance or repair of a variety of fire alarm and notification systems, equipment and components such as manual alarm devices, smoke and heat detectors, tamper switches, pressure switches, waterflow switches, remote and graphic annunciators, main fire alarm panel and components, voice alarm system, speakers and horns and other audible and visual devices, wiring circuits and junctions, all other alarm, detection and control and ancillary devices, and emergency power operations.
C595 21 Human Resource – Services may include, but are not limited to, providing support in the functions of planning, recruitment and internal placement, position classification, personnel actions, training, employee relations, outplacement, function review/integration services and worker’s compensation.
C733 1 Mail Room Management Services – As specified in a task order, contractor shall provide daily mailroom administrative services consisting of, but not limited to: accepting incoming mail from USPS and courier services such as UPS and FEDEX; accepts and signs for certified mail, registered mail & overnight mail. Makes distribution of all mail using an Office Roster. Processes outgoing mail, metering flats, letters, packages, etc.
C733 2 Presort Mail – Provides all management, supervision, labor, materials, supplies and equipment and shall plan, schedule, coordinate, and assure effective performance of all services described herein. Contractors will be required to provide a minimum of presort mail and barcode services applicable to the postage discount level offered, for domestic First Class Federal Government Mail, for various Federal Agencies in accordance with standard commercial practices and all USPS regulations. Contractors are required to have and continually maintain an USPS Coding Accuracy Support System (CASS) certification.
C733 3 Miscellaneous Mail Services – Provides management, supervision, labor & equipment and plans, schedules, coordinates and assures effective performance of all services described. Consists of preparing/packaging mail, addressing, labeling, folding, inserting, bursting, collating, mail match, wrapping, software services, metering & stamping mail.
C733 4 List Management Services – Consists of data entry, address label printing, lists management, list cleanup and list coding
C811 004 Electrical, and all Utility Services limited to Facility Maintenance – Service includes all labor, materials, tools, equipment and supervision necessary to supply and deliver firm uninterrupted electrical energy, and Utility Services necessary to meet the Government’s needs, resulting contracts could be responsible for the operation, maintenance, repair, future upgrades, and future utility system replacements labor, materials, tools, and equipment necessary to own, maintain and operate the utility system(s) shall manage the maintenance, repairs, replacement, etc., of the system(s) to ensure continuous, adequate, and dependable service for each Government or tenant. Including, Electrical, Telephone, Gas and Water Utility Service, Drinking water and Waste Water Services. Procurement of natural gas and/or electricity and other energy related services refer to the Energy Management Schedule.
C871 1 Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities – Services required under this SIN involve the definition and interpretation of high level organizational engineering performance requirements such as projects, systems, missions, etc., and the objectives and approaches to their achievement. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to an analysis of mission, program goals and objectives, requirements analysis, organizational performance assessment, special studies and analysis, training, and consulting. Example: The evaluation and preliminary definition of new and/or improved performance goals for navigation satellites such as launch procedures and costs, multi-user capability, useful service life, accuracy and resistance to natural and man made electronic interference. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this Special Item Number: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)
C871 2 Concept Development and Requirements Analysis – Services required under this SIN involve abstract or concept studies and analysis, requirements definition, preliminary planning, the evaluation of alternative technical approaches and associated costs for the development of enhancement of high level general performance specifications of a system, project, mission or activity. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to requirements analysis, cost/cost performance trade-off analysis, feasibility analysis, regulator compliance support, technology/system conceptual designs, training, and consulting. Example: The development and analysis of the total mission profile and life cycle of the improved satellite including examination of performance and cost tradeoffs. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this SIN: Chemical Engineering (CE); Civil Engineering (CI); Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)
C871 202 Energy Management Planning and Strategies – A four-phase Comprehensive Energy Management Solution consisting of all four phases of an energy project and could pertain to a variety of energy projects that include, but are not limited to, renewable energy, sustainable energy, and energy efficient buildings certification programs such as LEED.1. Consulting/Auditing/Energy Management Solutions – The strategic planning, energy assessments e.g. feasibility, vulnerability and other detailed assessments, developing and executing of energy audits, audit plans and energy management solutions.

2. Concept Development and Requirements Analysis – The analysis of the audit results and outlined requirements to design a detailed energy management project concept.

3. Implementation and Change Management – The implementation and integration of more energy efficient practices and systems and training in using them effectively.

4. Measurement and Verification – The performance assessment and measurement of the effectiveness and energy efficiency of the project and can include long term monitoring, verification of savings and benchmarking.

C871 203 Training on Energy Management – Including, but not limited to, reducing energy consumption, mitigating risk with energy systems, operating systems efficiently, making energy efficient system choices, and energy efficient buildings certification programs such as LEED.
C871 205 Energy Program Support Services – Including, but not limited to, billing and management oversight and assistance in preparing energy services related agency statements of work. Energy efficient buildings certification programs such as LEED may be included.
C871 206 Building Commissioning Services – Including, but not limited to, comprehensive building commissioning services on new construction, major modernization projects, and existing energy consuming buildings and facilities designed to ensure the building systems are designed and built to operate as efficiently as possible. This includes re-commissioning and retro-commissioning services. Energy efficient buildings certification programs such as LEED may be included.
C871 207 Energy Audit Services – Including, but not limited to, developing, executing, and reporting on audit plans and/or perform energy and water audit services. Energy audits may range from cursory to comprehensive. Including, but not limited to data collection, data analysis, benchmarking with tools such as Energy Star, and written recommendations of suggested upgrades of electrical and mechanical infrastructure, including their impact on energy consumption and pollution can include recommendations for using alternative Energy Sources. Energy efficient buildings certification programs such as LEED may be included.
C871 208 Resource Efficiency Management (REM) – Including, but not limited to, providing information on possible steps that will improve energy efficiency. This information shall include estimates of cost savings and environmental benefits. This includes onsite analysis of current operations, equipment, and energy purchasing patterns. This may include the services of a resource efficiency advocate for individual or aggregated building(s) in order to maximize resource efficiency. Energy efficient buildings certification programs such as LEED may be included.
C871 209 Innovations in Energy – Innovative approaches to renewable and/or sustainable energy, sustainability services, and energy management technology and services. These might include, but are not limited to, new developments or improvements in providing renewable energy and managing energy through biomass conversion, solar energy, fuel cells, geothermal energy, hydropower (tidal power, wave power, tidal stream power, waterwheels, and hydro electricity), wind power or other sources. These approaches should be capable of providing renewable and/or sustainable energy and sustainability services that are more carbon-neutral, thereby lessening dependence on traditional non-renewable, fossil fuel sources of energy such as coal, oil, natural gas and propane. This could include sustainability and carbon management solutions such as analysis, foot printing, measuring, mitigation, verification and management, training on new energy technologies and systems, life-cycle costing, and maintenance and operational support of renewable energy systems; and the implementation, testing and evaluation of networked energy management systems and services that utilize Internet Protocol – Next Generation (IPv6) enabled systems that are configured using open standards architecture that can include Power over Ethernet (POE) implementation, wireless configurations, data security using IPSEC or 128 DES Encryption standards, high reliability, NIST compliant, and demonstrated energy efficiencies or cost savings, and are capable of integrating with existing information systems data infrastructure and backbone.
C871 210 Water Conservation – Water Conservation: Services and consulting related to the reduction of water usage, recycling of water for multiple purposes, retention of water, improvement of water quality and water flow. These services can include, but are not limited to, facility water audits, water balance, and water system analysis.
C871 211 Energy Consulting Services – Contractors shall provide expert advice, assistance, guidance or counseling on energy related projects or initiatives to assist agencies in adhering to energy legislation and policy such as EPACT 2005, Executive Orders 13423 and 13514. Consulting services covered by this SIN include: Energy management or strategy Energy program planning and evaluations Energy related studies, analyses, benchmarking and reporting such as feasibility studies, vulnerability assessments, and energy security Assistance in meeting energy efficient building standards such as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), Green Globes and Energy Star. Advisory services in obtaining alternative financing for energy projects such as Energy Savings Performance Contracts, Power Purchase Agreements or Enhanced Use Leases Consulting on carbon emissions trading programs Consulting on where to obtain renewable energy credits/certificates Consulting on greenhouse gas measurement and management Strategic sustainability performance planning Consulting on obtaining high performance sustainable buildings.
C871 3 System Design, Engineering and Integration – Services required under this SIN involve the translation of a system (or subsystem, program, project, activity) concept into a preliminary and detailed design (engineering plans and specifications), performing risk identification/analysis, mitigation, traceability, and then integrating the various components to produce a working prototype or model of the system. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to computer-aided design, design studies and analysis, high level detailed specification preparation, configuration, management and document control, fabrication, assembly and simulation, modeling, training, and consulting. Example: The navigation satellite concept produced in the preceding stage will be converted to a detailed engineering design package, performance will be computer simulated and a working model will be built for testing and design verification. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this SIN: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)
C871 4 Test and Evaluation – Services required under this SIN involve the application of various techniques demonstrating that a prototype system (subsystem, program, project or activity) performs in accordance with the objectives outlined in the original design. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to testing of a prototype and first article(s) testing, environmental testing, independent verification and validation, reverse engineering, simulation and modeling (to test the feasibility of a concept), system, quality assurance, physical testing of the product system, training, and consulting. Example: The navigation satellite-working model will be subjected to a series of tests, which may simulate and ultimately duplicate its operational environment. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this SIN: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)
C871 5 Integrated Logistics Support – Services required under this SIN involves the analysis, planning and detailed design of all engineering specific logistics support including material goods, personnel, and operational maintenance and repair of systems throughout their lifecycles, excluding those systems associated with real property. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to ergonomic/human performance analysis, feasibility analysis, logistics planning, requirements determination, policy standards/procedures development, long-term reliability and maintainability, training, and consulting. Example: The full range of life cycle logistics support for the navigation satellite will be identified and designed in this stage including training, operation and maintenance requirements, and replacement procedures. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this SIN: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)
C871 6 Acquisition and Life Cycle Management – Services required under this SIN involve all of the planning, budgetary, contract and systems/program management functions required to procure and or/produce, render operational and provide life cycle support (maintenance, repair, supplies, engineering specific logistics) to (technology based) systems, activities, subsystems, projects, etc. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to operation and maintenance, program/project management, technology transfer/insertion, training and consulting. Example: During this stage the actual manufacturing, launch, and performance monitoring of the navigation satellite will be assisted through project management, configuration management, reliability analysis, engineering retrofit improvements and similar functions. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this Special Item Number: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)
C871 7 Construction Management – Customer agencies shall utilize construction managers as its principal agent to advise on or manage the process over the project regardless of the project delivery method used. The Construction Manager assumes the position of professional adviser or extension of staff to the customer agency. The Construction Manager frequently helps the customer agency identify which delivery method is the best for the project. The construction management approach utilizes a firm (or team of firms) with construction, design and management expertise to temporarily expand the customer agency’s capabilities, so that they can successfully accomplish their program or project. The Construction Manager also provides expert advice in support of the customer agency’s decisions in the implementation of the project.
The following are some of the tasks to be covered under Construction Management: Project Design Phase Services, Project Procurement Phase Services, Project Construction Phase Services, Commissioning Services, Testing Services, Claims Services, Post Construction Services. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines: (PEDs) under this SIN: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI), Electrical Engineering (EE), Mechanical Engineering (ME)
C874 1 Consulting Services – Contractors shall provide expert advice, assistance, guidance or counseling in support an agency’s mission-oriented business functions. Services covered by this SIN are: Management or strategy consulting, Program planning, audits, and evaluations, Studies, analyses, scenarios, and reports relating to an agency’s, mission-oriented business programs or initiatives, such as defense studies, tabletop exercises or scenario simulations, educational studies, regulatory or policy studies, health care studies, economic studies, and preparedness studies, Executive/management coaching services, Customized business training as needed to successfully perform/complete a consulting engagement, Policy and regulation development assistance, Expert Witness services in support of litigation, claims, or other formal cases, Advisory and assistance services in accordance with FAR 37.203. Financial audits are covered under GSA Schedule 520, Financial and Business Services, are not allowed under this SIN. The term “consulting” as defined herein does not include staff augmentation.
C874 2 Facilitation Services – Contractor shall provide facilitation and related decision support services for agencies engaged in collaboration efforts, working groups, or teams. Services covered by this SIN are: Defining, refining, and resolving disputes, disagreements, and divergent views (excluding EEO disputed), Leading or facilitating group briefings and discussions, enabling focused decision-making, Recording discussion content and related facilitation support services, Debriefing stakeholders, Preparing and providing draft and final reports relating to the facilitated issues. Conference planning and management services are excluded from this SIN; these services are specifically covered under GSA Schedule 541, Advertising and Integrated Marketing Services. EEO disputes are covered under GSA Schedule 738X, Human Resources & Equal Employment Opportunity, and are excluded from this SIN.
C874 3 Survey Services – Contractors shall provide surveying relating to mission-oriented business issues. Contractors shall assist with or perform all phases of the survey process. Services covered by this SIN are: Survey planning, design, and development, Pretest/pilot surveying, Assessing reliability and validity of data, Conducting/administering surveys, Analyses of quantitative and qualitative survey data, Production of reports related to the survey, Briefings of results to stakeholders, Any surveys relating to condition or status of equipment or property, or Architect and Engineering services as defined in FAR 36.601-4, are prohibited under MOBIS.
C874 4 Training Services: Instructor Led Training, Web Based Training Web Based Training and Education Courses, Course Development and Test Administration – – Proposed courses shall be commercially-available off-the-shelf training and/or educational courses that are delivered via an Instructor-led (i.e. traditional classroom setting or conference/seminar) and/or web-based (i.e. Internet/Intranet, software packages and computer applications) system. Courses shall have a defined course title, length of time (i.e. hours, days, semesters, etc.), description of material to be taught (i.e. syllabi, table of contents, etc.), and whether materials are included (i.e. books, pamphlets, software, etc.). Support materials not included may be offered on SIN 874-5. Proposed professional services shall be in support of planning, creating, and/or executing test administration, learning management, customized subject matter specific training and/or educational courses that are delivered via an instructor-led (i.e. traditional classroom setting or conference/seminar) and/or web-based (i.e. Internet/Intranet, software packages and computer applications) system. At minimum, proposed professional services in support of planning, creating, and/or executing a customized course(s) shall include labor categories (i.e. Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), Program Managers, Project Managers, Research Assistant, Technical Specialist, etc.), subject matter(s), and methodology(ies) to be used. Acquisition training will be accomplished under SIN 874-8. Functional training covered under other schedules will not be accomplished under this SIN. proposed professional services in support of planning, creating, and/or executing a customized course(s) shall include labor categories (i.e. Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), Program Managers, Project Managers, Research Assistant, Technical Specialist, etc.), subject matter(s), and methodology(ies) to be used. Acquisition training will be accomplished under SIN 874-8. Functional training covered under other schedules will not be accomplished under this SIN.
C874 501 Supply and Value Chain Management – Services that include all phases of planning, acquisition and management of logistics systems. These services include, but are not limited to planning, acquisition, design, development, testing, production, fielding, management, operation, maintenance, sustainment, improvement, modification and disposal. Examples of the type of services that may be performed under this SIN include: Logistics consulting for planning for the acquisition and life cycle phases of supply and value chain systems including the following: defining and establishing program objectives, strategies, plans and schedules; develop milestone documentation; market research and acquisition planning; material requirements identification, planning, acquisition and management; develop specifications or performance based work statements and task estimates; develop, document and support maintenance procedures and technical manuals; configuration data management and related documentation; expansion and consolidation studies, field problem analysis and recommendation of corrective actions and system modernization; Needs assessment/system assessment; Inventory/asset/vendor management;
Inventory management and operation (inclusive of salvage, recycle and/or disposal management); operation of warehouses, stockrooms, storage facilities or depots; Fulfillment systems and operations; platform management; Information logistics processing systems analysis design, and implementation; staging, shipping, receiving, packing, crating, moving and storage (excluding household goods); packaging, labeling, bar coding system consultation, design, implementation, operation and maintenance; design and installation of material handling systems; hazardous material storage and handling (Non-radioactive only); warehouse and location management systems; recycling program management of warehousing materials; preservation and protection of specialized inventory or documents; maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) support and/or support.
C874 503 Distribution and Transportation Logistics Services – Distribution and Transportation Logistics Services – Planning and designing, implementing, or operating systems or facilities for the movement of supplies, equipment or people by road, air, water, rail, or pipeline. Typical tasks include moving and storage (excluding household goods), location modeling, transportation system development and management, carrier management and routing, freight forwarding, courier services, shuttle services and facilitating customs processing. Commercial passenger airline services covered by the Airline City Pair Program are excluded.
C874 504 Deployment Logistics Services – Deployment Logistics – Typical tasks include contingency planning, identifying/utilizing regional or global resources, integrating public/private sector resources, inventory/property planning, movement, storage, end-to-end office and industrial relocation/expansion services, including project/asset/ construction management, space planning and project integration/implementation, pre-positioning assets, facilitating customs processing/accountability; and deploying communications and logistics systems to permit rapid deployment and management of supplies and equipment.
C874 505 Logistics Training Services – Training in system operations, automated tools for supply and value chain management, property and inventory management, distribution and transportation management, and maintenance of equipment and facilities supporting these activities.
C874 507 Operations & Maintenance Logistics Management and Support Services – Planning, designing, managing, operating and maintaining reliable and efficient systems, equipment, facilities and logistics infrastructures to improve equipment and logistics performance, and reduce life cycle costs. Typical tasks include complete turnkey operations, maintenance and support services, base operations support (BOS), depot maintenance, preventative maintenance planning, fleet/property management and maintenance, mobile utility support equipment operation, maintenance and repair, strategic account/project management, integrated facility management and operations management support. Excluded from these services are construction, and the operation of computer centers (which is covered under the IT Schedule). Teaming with other GSA Schedule holders may be a viable method of acquisition, particularly considering satisfaction of small business goals (e.g., providing pest control, guard services, elevator maintenance, fire suppression support, beautification services, etc).
C874 6 Acquisition Management Support – Contractors shall provide professional support services to agencies in conducting federal acquisition management activities. Services covered by this SIN are: acquisition planning assistance, including market research and recommending procurement strategy: acquisition document development, including cost/price estimates, quality assurance surveillance plans, statements of work, synopses, solicitations, price negotiation memoranda, etc.: expert assistance in supporting proposal evaluations, including price/cost analysis or technical proposal analysis: contract administration support services, including assistance with reviewing contractor performance, developing contract modifications, and investigating reports of contract discrepancies: contract close-out assistance; Competitive Sourcing support, including OMB Circular A-76 studies, strategic sourcing studies, privatization studies, public-private partnerships, and Federal Activities Inventory Reform (FAIR) Act studies.
C874 7 Program and Project Management Services – Contractors shall provide services to assist agencies in planning, initiating, managing, executing, and closing out mission-oriented business programs and projects. Services included are: Project leadership and communications with stakeholders; project planning and scheduling; earned value management support; project management, including performance monitoring and measurement; reporting and documentation associated with project/program objectives; stakeholder briefings, participation in required meetings, and related project support services; program integration services; and project close-out services. All services must be provided and performed under the supervision/management of the contractor’s Project Manager or Program Manager. Orders for services under this SIN without an accompanying Program/ Project Manager labor category are prohibited.
C874 8 DAU and FAI Certified DAWIA and FAC Acquisition Workforce Training for GS-1102 and non-1102 Personnel – Training for Acquisition Workforce (GS-1102 and non-GS-1102): In accordance with the Office of Federal Procurement Policy s (OFPP) Policy Letter 05-01, training courses shall be certified by the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) and comply with the Federal Acquisition Institute s (FAI) policy, and based on the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act s (DAWIA) and the Federal Acquisition Certification (FAC) requirements for certification at the junior, intermediate, and senior levels to reflect the need to meet increasingly more rigorous standards for education, training, and experience. This shall apply to all Contracting Officers (CO) regardless of general schedule series with authority to obligate funds above the micropurchase threshold; all positions in the general schedule purchasing series (GS-1105); program and project managers (FAC-PM), as identified by the agency s Chief Acquisition Officer (CAO), or equivalent; all Contracting Officer’s Representatives (CORs) and Contracting Officer s Technical Representatives (COTRs), or equivalent (FAC-COTR); all Emergency Response and Recovery Contracting Personnel; and significant acquisition-related positions identified by the CAO, or equivalent, using the guidance provided in OFPP Policy Letter 05-01.
C874 9 Off-the-Shelf and Customizable Print, Audio, and Visual Instructional Training Devices – Off-the-Shelf Training Devices: Proposed training devices shall be commercially-available off-the-shelf training devices available as stand-alone or ancillary to other services being offered on this schedule. They can include software programs, teaching machines and devices, simulators such as driving simulators, flight simulators, etc., prepared printed instructional material, medical models and simulators, prepared audio and visual instruction material and multimedia program kits. Customizable Training Devices: Proposed training devices and simulators shall be in support of planning, designing, and/or producing customized training devices that are in print, audio, or visual format. Proposed training devices shall directly train students in a specific subject matter(s) or assist in the training of a specific subject matter(s).
C899 1 Environmental Consulting Services – Under this SIN, only consulting services may be performed – The services include, but are not limited to: Planning and Documentation Services for the development, planning, facilitation, coordination, and documentation of and/or for environmental initiatives (or mandates such as Executive Order 13423) in areas of chemical, radiological, and/or hazardous materials; ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) and sustainable performance measure development; Environmental Assessment (EA) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) preparation under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); Endangered species, wetland, watershed, and other natural resource management plans; Archeological and/or cultural resource management plans; Environmental program and project management; Environmental regulation development; Economic, technical and/or risk analysis; other environmentally related studies and/or consultations; Homeland Security solutions that include Biochemical protection; Crime prevention through environmental design surveys (CPTED); Economical,
technical and/or risk analysis; Identification and mitigation of threats inclusive of protective measures to mitigate the threats; and Vulnerability assessments. Compliance Services such as review, audit, and implementation/management of EMS and other compliance and contingency plans and performance measures; Permitting; Spill prevention/control and countermeasure plans; Pollution prevention surveys; and Community Right to-Know Act reporting. Advisory Services for ongoing advice and assistance with data and information in support of agency environmental programs involving areas such as Hazardous material spills; Material safety data sheets (MSDS), Biological/medical data sheets; Information hotlines; Poison control hotlines; Environmental regulations and environmental policy/procedure updates; Management, furnishing, or inventory of MSDS. Waste Management Consulting Services to provide guidance in support of waste-related data collection, feasibility studies and risk analyses;
C899 3 Environmental Training Services – This SIN is designed to aid agencies in training personnel in a variety of environmentally related subjects in order to meet Federal mandates and Executive Orders. Environmentally related training can be conducted on- or off-site using standard off-the-shelf, customized, or computer/web-based interactive courses. Examples of environmental training courses include: Air/blood borne pathogens; Asbestos awareness; Environmental management planning and operations and maintenance (O&M) planning; Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA); Compliance with environmental laws/regulations; Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA); Confined space training; Electronics management; Emergency response plans; Environmental audits, awareness, compliance, and management; Fire preparedness training; First responder; Hazardous materials and waste (HAZMAT) training to include compliance, operation, packaging, handling, generators, and incident response; Hazardous waste operations and emergency response (HAZWOPER) training inclusive of transportation, storage and disposal; ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems (EMS); Lead training to include awareness, inspecting, assessing, rehabilitation, and renovation; Mold (abatement, assessment); National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); Natural habitat preservation; Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA); Pollution prevention; Public fire safety education; Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA); Sustainable environmental practices; Water conservation; and
Wetlands regulation and permitting.
C899 5 Materials and Waste Recycling and Disposal Services – Services include, but are not limited to: Management and oversight of Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) disposal operations, and management, oversight and recycling of universal waste (e.g., electronic equipment, batteries, cell phones, cathode ray tubes (CRTs), and compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs)). This includes reuse assessments and inventory, destruction, inventory transfer and/or disposal after compliance with GSA Office of Personal Property Management requirements outlined in Federal Management Regulations 101-42, 102-36, and 102-37 (as applicable). Examples of types of material waste services include, but are not limited to: Solid waste, industrial waste, mining waste, and oilfield waste (e.g., drill cuttings); Liquid waste (e.g., wastewater containing less than 1% solids); Excess inventory; Surplus inventory; Non-hazardous materials that pose no immediate threat to human health and the environment, excluding household waste (e.g., routine refuse collection and disposal); Hazardous materials and/or those that contain leachable toxic components; Plastics such as
acrylic, nylon, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and low-density polyethylene (LDPE); Confiscated materials; and Construction debris such as asphalt, drywall and/or metal. Note: Services offered under this SIN shall NOT include any association with construction services and/or the transportation and/or disposal of Special Waste such as radioactive and medical waste, and/or the disposal of discarded, unwanted material (e.g., office paper, newspaper, food waste, and beverage containers, cardboard and packing materials).
C899 7 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Services – Provides GIS services in support of environmental programs. Services include, but are not limited to: Creation/enforcement of environmental legislation; Cultural resource GIS (CRGIS); Environmental cost assessment; Environmental impact analyses; Environmental regulatory compliance; Groundwater monitoring; Growth forecast modeling; Habitat conservation plans; Habitat modeling; Image analysis support for emergency response; Mapping, Cartography and Mashups (e.g., combining data from more than one source into a single integrated tool); Migration pattern analysis; Natural resource planning; Remote sensing for environmental studies; Terrestrial, marine, and/or atmospheric measuring/management; Vegetation mapping; and Watershed characterization for mitigation planning. Note: The services offered under this SIN shall NOT include construction and architect-engineering services as set forth in FAR Part 36, including surveying and mapping services as defined under the Brooks Act of 1972 (Public Law 92-582, 40 U.S. 1102 et seq.).
C899 8 Remediation and Reclamation Services – Remediation services include, but are not limited to: Excavation, removal and disposal of hazardous waste; Site preparation, characterization, field investigation, conservation and closures; Wetland restoration; Emergency response clean up (ERC); Underground storage tank/above-ground storage tank (UST/AST) removal; Air monitoring; Soil vapor extraction; Stabilization/ solidification, bio-venting, carbon absorption, reactive walls, containment, monitoring and/or reduction of hazardous waste sites, as well as unexploded ordnance removal; Remediation-related laboratory testing (e.g., biological, chemical, physical, pollution and soil testing). Reclamation services include, but are not limited to: Land (e.g., creating new land from sea or riverbeds and/or restoring areas to a more natural state, such as after pollution, desertification, or salination have made it unusable); and Water and refrigerant reclamation. Note: Services offered under this SIN shall NOT include any remediation/transportation/disposal of radioactive waste, asbestos removal and/or paint removal, construction and architect-engineer services as set forth in FAR Part 36 (including construction, alteration or repair of buildings, structures, or other real property). Disposal services performed under SIN must be ancillary to remediation services performed.
C 3610 Printing, Duplicating, and Bookbinding Equipment – Copiers – Analog, engineering, digital/multifunctional copiers having single-color and/or full-color imaging in both desktop and console configurations. Analog copier has only copying capability. Digital/Multifunctional copiers have capabilities such as copying, printing, faxing, scanning to print/file, and/or facsimile with post finishing solutions connected to individual and network stations with solutions. The Multi-functional digital copier may have integrated functional capabilities or have modular expansion capabilities that permits functional upgrading. Both analog and digital/multifunctional copiers may have image enhancement capabilities (e.g., image magnification, reduction, contrast), paper handling capabilities (e.g., automatic paper selection, multiple paper trays, duplexing, collating), and/or document finishing capabilities (e.g., stapling, folding, punching). Copier speeds vary from under 25 copies per minute to over 100 copies per minute with copying volumes from under 1,000 copies per month to over 450,000 copies per month. Engineering copier also includes both analog and digital copiers (e.g., copiers capable of using transparent and opaque originals to produce plain paper, vellum or polyester film copies and capable of copying A to E size drawings. Full color, non-laser copiers, and other non-standard copier equipment (e.g., copy boards and easels) are included. It also includes copy control devices and systems for equipment under this SIN that can be used to limit copier access to authorize users and to record copier usage. The devices include mechanical and electrical copy-controls (e.g., key counters, cartridges, interface kits) and copy-control systems (e.g., central data collection units, and related connection devices as an integrated package). Transparency film is available under SIN 51 101 7 and consumable supplies are available under SIN 51 101 2. This SIN includes directly related attachments, accessories and supplies. Note: Interactive Electronic Whiteboards are offered under SIN 20 300.International – Includes overseas purchase of copiers, accessories, supplies; rental/lease of copiers/ and maintenance and repair and other directly related requirements. Includes all directly related accessories, attachments, and supplies
C 5815 Teletype and Facsimile Equipment – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Includes Ticker Tape and Sigtot Equipment. Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C 7010 IT Equipment System Configuration – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Note-a group of general-purpose analog, digital, or hybrid electronic or electromechanical devices that are interconnected to operate as a system. Frequently referred to as an IT system, although the term “system” is not considered definitive. Includes an assembly of devices consisting of a central processing unit (CPU) and the necessary input/output devices, accessorial devices, analog measurement devices, software and/or firmware required to perform the desired objectives. Also includes subassemblies and units in which input/output devices, CPUs, and/or accessorial devices or components are incorporated into a single assembly or unit. A specially designed device incorporated into a system shall not influence the classification of the base assembly or unit. Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C 7025 IT input/output and Storage Devices – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – This class includes devices used to control and transfer information to and from a Computer (as modified).The input device is used for transferring data and instructions into a computer. The output device is used to transfer results of processing by the computer to IT peripheral devices. Input/output devices combine the above functions in the same device. This class includes printers, display units, disk drive units (magnetic, optical and floptical), tape drive units, terminals, data entry devices and transfer units. Also includes Optical Compact Disk (CD) devices used for the storage and retrieval of data and firmware. Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C 7030 IT Software – Term Software License- SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING
Includes operating system software, application software, EDI translation and mapping software, enabled E-Mail message based products, Internet software, database management programs, and other software. Software maintenance as a product includes the publishing of bug/defect fixes via patches and updates/upgrades in function and technology to maintain the operability and usability of the software product. It may also include other no charge support that is included in the purchase price of the product in the commercial marketplace. No charge support includes items such as
user blogs, discussion forums, on-line help libraries and FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), hosted chat rooms, and limited telephone, email and/or web-based general technical support for users self-diagnostics. Software maintenance as a product does NOT include the creation, design, implementation, integration, etc. of a software package. These examples are considered software maintenance as a service under SIN 132.34 Software Maintenance. Software Maintenance as a product is billed at the time of purchase.Perpetual Software License – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING
Includes operating system software, application software, EDI translation and mapping software, enabled E-mail message based products, Internet software, database management programs, and other software. Software maintenance as a product includes the publishing of bug/defect fixes via patches and updates/upgrades in function and technology to maintain the operability and usability of the software product. It may also include other no charge support that is included in the purchase price of the product in the commercial marketplace. No charge support includes items such as user blogs, discussion forums, on-line help libraries and FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), hosted chat rooms, and limited telephone, email and/or web-based general technical support for users self diagnostics. Subsin categories include: Ancillary Financial Systems Software, Application Software, Communications Software, Core Financial Management Software, Electronic Commerce (EC) Software, Large Scale Computers, Microcomputers, Operating System Software, Special Physical, Visual, Speech, and Hearing Aid Software. Provide specific
information and Utility Software. Software maintenance as a product does NOT include the creation, design, implementation, integration, etc. of a software package. These examples are considered software maintenance as a service under SIN 132.34 Software Maintenance as a Service.
Software Maintenance as a product is billed at the time of purchase.

Maintenance of Software – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING
Software maintenance as a service creates, designs, implements, and/or integrates customized changes to software that solve one or more problems and is not included with the price of the software. Software maintenance as a service includes person-to-person communications regardless of the medium used to communicate: telephone support, on-line technical support,
customized support, and/or technical expertise which are charged commercially. Software maintenance as a service is billed in arrears in accordance with 31 U.S.C. 3324.

C 7035 IT Support Equipment – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – This class includes various devices and associated control units which are designed or use in combination or conjunction with an ADPE configuration but are not part of the configuration itself. ADP support equipment includes magnetic tape testing, certifying, and cleaning equipment; disk pack testing, certifying and cleaning equipment; tape equipment, rewinders, splicers, spoolers and card reconditioners. Included in this class are complete units and components of related general purpose commercially available support equipment which are not specifically designed for use as part of a system such as a weapon system, control system, digital image processing system, missile system, communication system or navigation system. Also included are support control systems and components not specifically designed for use with process control such as automatic machine tool processing operations in which flow, pressure, temperature or other parameters are controlled by instrument regulations in automatic machine tool and process operations. Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C 7042 Mini and Micro Computer Control Devices – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Includes Mini or micro computers used as control mechanisms where computer technology is essential in controlling, monitoring, measuring, and directing processes, devices, instruments or other equipment. Excludes Mini and micro computer control devices which are designed specifically for use in and/or integral to higher order systems, e.g., air-craft fire control systems, numerically controlled machine tools, sequence controlled printing equipment, motion measuring instruments, office information system equipment, and the like. Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C 7125A Cabinets, Lockers, Bins, and Shelving – Includes Kitchen Cabinets; Sectional Shelving. Also includes high density, movable filing systems and accessories – Electrical, mechanical, or manual movable shelf or rack filing systems consisting of shelves, racks, end panels, carriages, and tracks to accommodate items such as letter and legal files, books, binders, catalogs, X-Rays, EDP tapes, disk packs, printouts, tabulating cards, or cartridges. Includes filing system accessories. Includes storage units; bin racks and carts; light duty small cabinets (and parts); plastic storage bins; wood shelving and bookcases; display racks or shelves for books, periodicals, newspapers, etc.; metal bookcases (and installation); clothing lockers and accessories; locker benches; high-density storage cabinets cabinets with interchangeable drawers, roll-out shelves or roll-out trays, with or without locking hardware, interconnecting hardware, supporting bases, casters and work tops. Cabinets may be sold a components or as complete, preconfigured units; enclosure systems for modular electronic equipment – Includes cabinets, racks and cases for mounting electronic equipment, and accessories such as fans, electrical supplies doors, covers, etc. (excludes ADP furniture, acoustic enclosures and systems/modular furniture; reconfiguration/relocations services; design/layout services; rental; leasing; and international coverage. Excludes Foot Lockers; Filing Cabinets. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE SET ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES: Shelving/bookcases; display racks and shelving. Refer to Schedule 71 for additional providers of this item. Contact Rosanna Hudgens (703) 605-9300; rosanna.hudgens@gsa.gov or Helen Zivkoviche (703) 605-9293; helen.zivkoviche@gsa.gov
C 7460 Visible Record Equipment – Includes Manually operated and power operated visible record equipment; visible index files, rotary and stationary; specially designed components, such as Wire and Bar Pockets, Cover Plates, Stop Wires, and Channel Stops; Control Boards; Binder Racks; devices and systems designed to automatically store and retrieve hard copy documents. For those microform automatic retrieval systems that contain an integral viewer or view/printer, see Class 6730. Includes cardbooks, portfolios, pocket and card frames; recordkeeping cabinets; index files; powered and non-powered rotary files; multimedia filing and storage trays, drawers, cases, wallets, flip files, racks, etc.; microfiche-type cabinets; microfilm records storage cabinets; aperture card type cabinets. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE SET ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES: Pocket card file portfolio; Recordkeeping cabinets; Individual pocket card frame; Attachments and accessories; Microfiche type cabinets; Microfilm type cabinets. Refer to Schedule Number 36 for additional providers of this item.
C D301 IT Facility Operation and Maintenance Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING
C D302 IT Systems Development Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING
C D306 IT Systems Analysis Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C D307 Automated Information System Design and Integration Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C D308 Programming Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C D310 IT Backup and Security Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C D311 IT Data Conversion Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C D313 Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C D316 Telecommunications Network Management Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C D317 Automated News Services, Data Services, or Other Information Services – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Buying data, the electronic equivalent of books, periodicals, newspapers, etc. Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C D399 Other ADP and Telecommunications Services (includes data storage on tapes, compact disks, etc.) – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C F999 Environmental Services – Environmental Consulting Services – The services include, but are not limited to: Planning and Documentation Services for the development, planning, facilitation, coordination, and documentation of and/or for environmental initiatives (or mandates such as Executive Order 13423) in areas of chemical, radiological, and/or hazardous materials; ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) and sustainable performance measure development; Environmental Assessment (EA) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) preparation under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); Endangered species, wetland, watershed, and other natural resource management plans; Archeological and/or cultural resource management plans; Environmental program and project management; Environmental regulation development; Economic, technical and/or risk analysis; other environmentally related studies and/or consultations; Homeland Security solutions that include Biochemical protection; Crime prevention through environmental design surveys (CPTED); Economical, technical and/or risk analysis; Identification and mitigation of threats inclusive of protective measures to mitigate the threats; and Vulnerability assessments. Compliance Services such as review, audit, and implementation/management of EMS and other compliance and contingency plans and performance measures; Permitting; Spill prevention/control and countermeasure plans; Pollution prevention surveys; and Community Right to-Know Act reporting. Advisory Services for ongoing advice and assistance with data and information in support of agency environmental programs involving areas such as Hazardous material spills; Material safety data sheets (MSDS), Biological/medical data sheets; Information hotlines; Poison control hotlines; Environmental regulations and environmental policy/procedure updates; Management, furnishing, or inventory of MSDS. Waste Management Consulting Services to provide guidance in support of waste-related data collection, feasibility studies and risk analyses; Resource Conservation and Recovery Act/Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (RCRA/CERCLA) site investigations; Hazardous and/or non-hazardous exposure assessments; Waste characterization and source reduction studies; Review and recommendation of waste tracking or handling systems; Waste management plans and/or surveys; Waste minimization/pollution prevention initiatives; and Review of technologies and processes impacting waste management.
C J070 Maintenance and Repair of IT Equipment (including firmware), supplies and support equipment – Maintenance of Equipment, Repair Services and/or Repair/Spare Parts – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING
Maintenance, Repair Service, and Repair Parts/Spare Parts for Government-Owned General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Radio/Telephone Equipment, (After Expiration of Guarantee/Warranty Provisions and/or When Required Service Is Not Covered by Guarantee/Warranty Provisions) and for Leased Equipment. SubSin categories include:

  • RepairParts/SpareParts
  • RepairService
  • Third Party Maintenance
C N070 Information Technology Installation of IT Equipment – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – (including firmware), software, supplies and support equipment. Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C R425 Engineering and Technical Services – Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities Services required under this SIN involve the definition and interpretation of high level organizational engineering performance requirements such as projects, systems, missions, etc.,
and the objectives and approaches to their achievement. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to an analysis of mission, program goals and objectives, requirements analysis, organizational performance assessment, special studies and analysis, training, and consulting. Example: The evaluation and preliminary definition of new and/or improved performance goals for navigation satellites such as launch procedures and costs, multi-user capability, useful service life, accuracy and resistance to natural and man made electronic interference. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs), under this Special Item Number:
Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE), Mechanical Engineering (ME)
Concept Development and Requirements Analysis -Services required under this SIN involve abstract or concept studies and analysis, requirements definition, preliminary planning, the evaluation of alternative technical approaches and associated costs for the development of enhancement of high level general performance specifications of a system, project, mission or activity. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to requirements analysis, cost/cost performance trade-off analysis, feasibility analysis, regulator compliance support, technology/system conceptual designs, training, and consulting. Example: The development and analysis of the total mission profile and life cycle of the improved satellite including examination of performance and cost tradeoffs. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this Special Item Number: Chemical Engineering (CE); Civil Engineering (CI); Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)
System Design, Engineering and Integration – Services required under this SIN involve the translation of a system (or subsystem, program, project, activity) concept into a preliminary and detailed design (engineering plans and specifications), performing risk identification/analysis, mitigation, traceability, and then integrating the various components to produce a working prototype or model of the system. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to computer-aided design, design studies and analysis, high level detailed specification preparation, configuration, management and document control, fabrication, assembly and simulation, modeling, training, and consulting. Example: The navigation satellite concept produced in the preceding stage will be converted to a detailed engineering design package, performance will be computer simulated and a working model will be built for testing and design verification. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this Special Item Number: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)
Test and Evaluation – Services required under this SIN involve the application of various techniques demonstrating that a prototype system (subsystem, program, project or activity) performs in accordance with the objectives outlined in the original design. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to testing of a prototype and first article(s) testing, environmental testing, independent verification and validation, reverse engineering, simulation and modeling (to test the feasibility of a concept), system, quality assurance, physical testing of the product system, training, and consulting. Example: The navigation satellite-working model will be subjected to a series of tests, which may simulate and ultimately duplicate its operational environment. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this Special Item Number: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)Integrated Logistics Support -Services required under this SIN involves the analysis, planning and detailed design of all engineering specific logistics support including material goods, personnel, and operational maintenance and repair of systems throughout their lifecycles, excluding those systems associated with real property. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to ergonomic/human performance analysis, feasibility analysis, logistics planning, requirements determination, policy standards/procedures development, long-term reliability and maintainability, training, and consulting. Example: The full range of life cycle logistics support for the navigation satellite will be identified and designed in this stage including training, operation and maintenance requirements, and replacement procedures. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this Special Item Number: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Acquisition and Life Cycle Management – Services required under this SIN involve all of the planning, budgetary, contract and systems/program management functions required to procure and or/produce, render operational and provide life cycle support (maintenance, repair, supplies, engineering specific logistics) to (technology based) systems, activities, subsystems, projects, etc. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to operation and maintenance, program/project management, technology transfer/insertion, training and consulting. Example: During this stage the actual manufacturing, launch, and performance monitoring of the navigation satellite will be assisted through project management, configuration management, reliability analysis, engineering retrofit improvements and similar functions. Contractors are awarded one or more of the following primary engineering disciplines (PEDs) under this Special Item Number: Chemical Engineering (CE) Civil Engineering (CI) Electrical Engineering (EE) Mechanical Engineering (ME)

C R499 Other Professional Services – Consulting Services:Contractors shall provide expert advice, assistance, guidance or counseling in support an agency’s mission-oriented business functions. Services covered by this SIN are:

o Management or strategy consulting
o Program planning, audits, and evaluations
o Studies, analyses, scenarios, and reports relating to an agency’s
mission-oriented business programs or initiatives, such as defense
studies, tabletop exercises or scenario simulations, educational
studies, regulatory or policy studies, health care studies, economic studies, and preparedness studies
o Executive/management coaching services
o Customized business training as needed to successfully perform/complete a consulting engagement
o Policy and regulation development assistance
o Expert Witness services in support of litigation, claims, or other
formal cases
o Advisory and assistance services in accordance with FAR 37.203
Financial audits are covered under GSA Schedule 520, Financial and Business Services, are not allowed under this SIN. The term “consulting” as defined herein does not include staff augmentation.

Facilitation Services:

Contractor shall provide facilitation and related decision support services for agencies engaged in collaboration efforts, working groups, or teams. Services covered by this SIN are:

o Defining, refining, and resolving disputes, disagreements, and
divergent views (excluding EEO disputed)

o Leading or facilitating group briefings and discussions, enabling
focused
decision-making
o Recording discussion content and related facilitation support services

o Debriefing stakeholders

o Preparing and providing draft and final reports relating to the facilitated issues.

Survey Services:

Contractors shall provide surveying relating to mission-oriented business issues. Contractors shall assist with or perform all phases of the survey process. Services covered by this SIN are:

o Survey planning, design, and development

o Pretest/pilot surveying

o Assessing reliability and validity of data

o Conducting/administering surveys

o Analyses of quantitative and qualitative survey data

o Production of reports related to the survey

o Briefings of results to stakeholders

C R604 Mailing and Distribution Services – Mail Room Administrative Support Services – As specified in a task order, contractor shall provide daily mailroom administrative services consisting of, but not limited to: accepting incoming mail from USPS and courier services such as UPS and FEDEX; accepts and signs for certified mail, registered mail & overnight mail. Makes distribution of all mail using an Office Roster. Processes outgoing mail, metering flats, letters, packages, etcPresort Mail – Provides all management, supervision, labor, materials, supplies and equipment and shall plan, schedule, coordinate, and assure effective performance of all services described herein. Contractors will be required to provide a minimum of presort mail and barcode services applicable to the postage discount level offered, for domestic First Class Federal Government Mail, for various Federal Agencies in accordance with standard commercial practices and all USPS regulations. Contractors are required to have and continually maintain an USPS Coding Accuracy Support System (CASS) certification.

Miscellaneous Mail Services – Provides management, supervision, labor & equipment and plans, schedules, coordinates and assures effective performance of all services described. Consists of preparing/packaging mail, addressing, labeling, folding, inserting, bursting, collating, mail match, wrapping, software services, metering & stamping mail.

List Management Services Consists of data entry, address label printing, lists management, list cleanup and list coding

Mailroom Ergonomic Analysis Services Provides mailroom ergonomic analysis services that may include, but are not limited to: workflow analyses, studying and improving mailroom processes, productivity studies, task analysis, time & motion studies, determining optimal mailroom layout, site-specific ergonomic training, space planning, and process equipment assessments.

Mail Screening and Inspection Services – This Service involves on-site and off-site examination of incoming mail, packages, etc. to detect any form of contamination (e.g., hazardous materials, chemicals, or explosives). This service includes personnel, materials, equipment, and facility to properly screen and inspect all incoming mail.

C R611 Credit Reporting Services – Business Information Services Electronic and non-electronic transmission (excluding voice communication) of Consumer Credit Reports, Address Verification Reports, Skip Location Reports, Public Information, Domestic Business Profile, International Business Profile, Mortgage Reports, Supplemental Credit Reference Reports, Bond Rating, Managed Fund Rating, Institutional Ranking, Data Processing (credit/financial) Credit Scoring, Merged Credit Files, Credit Risk Assessment and Miscellaneous Business Information (BIS) Services. May provide computer software intended for BIS use and customization of reports.
C R699B Other Administrative Support Services – Records Management Services – Record management services provide a comprehensive capability to solve the complex challenges posed by the movement, manipulation, archiving, security, and management of records. The contractor provides professional management and administrative support personnel having the necessary skills to perform effective record management services for both classified and/or unclassified records..
C R704 Auditing Services – Financial & Performance Audits – Perform financial statement audits, financial-related audits and performance audits. An independent assessment of an audited entity’s a) financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles, b) financial information, adherence to financial compliance requirements and internal controls, or c) organization or program performance to identify areas for improvement.Complementary Audit Services –

Other services performed by auditors including assist in developing questions for use at hearings, develop methods and approaches in evaluating a new or proposed program and forecast potential program outcomes.

Recovery Audits – Audits performed to recover funds resulting from overpayments, duplicate payments and underpayments. Performed under the authority of Section 354 of the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 96 (Public Law 104-106; 110 Stat. 268; 10 U.S.C. 2461), and Section 388 of the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 98.

C R705 Debt Collection Services – Debt Collection: Provide collection services and servicing of defaulted loans which may include borrower negotiations, restructuring, and workout agreements.
C R710 Financial Services – Program Financial Advisory-
Assist agencies on cross-cutting issues, asset marketability, program development, trust or other monetary fund management/benefit administration, equity monitoring, originations, and addresses any other considerations regarding the acquisition, management and/or resolution of an asset.Transaction Specialist-

Assist agencies in all asset resolution related areas including valuation/pricing, portfolio stratification, restructuring and disposition strategies which best meet agency goals. Make specific recommendations as to the best execution. Conduct a sale or other disposition vehicle. Provide marketing expertise, budget and credit reform analyses.

Loan Servicing & Asset Management-Assist agencies in servicing, monitoring and maintaining loan assets which may include establishing loan database, remittance processing, verify and update borrower data, issue forms and correspondence, process loan cancellations and consolidations, billing services, credit bureau reporting, and transfer and discharge loans. Provide servicing of troubled loans which may include borrower negotiations, restructuring, foreclosure and supervision of the sale of the collateral and workout agreements.

Complementary Financial Management Services –

Assess and improve financial management systems, financial reporting and analysis, strategic financial planning, financial policy formulation and development. Devise and implement performance measures, conduct special cost studies, perform actuarial services, perform economic and regulatory analysis, assist with financial quality assurance efforts, perform benchmarking.

Outsourcing Recurring Commercial Activities for Financial Management Services –
Services that an agency identifies as recurring commercial activities which may include billing, payroll processing, application processing, claim processing, grant application management, loan application management, inventory management, and other financial management activities.

Also includes Introduction of New Financial Services

C U012 IT Software, Equipment, and Telecommunications Training – SUBJECT TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING – Refer to Schedule Number 70 for additional providers of this item.
C541 4A Market Research and Analysis – Services include, but are not limited to: Customizing strategic marketing plans, Branding initiatives, Creating public awareness of products, services, and issues Targeting market identification and analysis, Establishing measurable marketing objectives; determining market trends and conditions; identifying and implementing appropriate strategies, Conducting focus groups, telemarketing, individual interviews, preparing/distributing surveys, and compiling/analyzing results, Establishing call centers (in relation to services provided under this schedule)