GSA Schedule 84: Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, Rescue, Clothing, Marine Craft and Emergency/Disaster Response

The Local Preparedness Acquisition Act, signed June 26, 2008, authorizes state and local governments to purchase from GSA alarm and signal systems, facility management systems, firefighting and rescue equipment, law enforcement and security equipment, marine craft and related equipment, special purpose clothing, and related services.

Number of 84 Contractors for FY 2010:                          1,534

Reported FY 2010 Sales:                                                     $2,712,740,582

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Schedule 84 is comprised of the following categories/SINS:

246 01 Smart Buildings Systems Integrator – Includes the comprehensive integration of building systems and technology using a non-proprietary and open architecture. Typical building systems to be integrated include: building automation, life safety, telecommunications, facilities management, security, energy and environmental control, HVAC, lighting, building envelope, access control, power management, cabling infrastructure/wireless, VOIP, video distribution, video surveillance, data network, etc. Typical integration functions include, but are not limited to: requirements analysis, strategic systems planning, system configuration, implementation alternatives, integration planning, system component acquisition, component integration, testing and analysis, interaction with Building Operations Centers, collection/manipulation of smart building component data, configuration management and control, design-guide development, operational training and support, monitoring, reporting and managing of the systems, and systems maintenance.
246 60 1 Security Systems Integration and Design Services – Services involving the security integration and/or management discipline which supports security products or systems through their life cycle. Security Systems integration and design services may include, but are not limited to those associated with the design, test, production, fielding, sustainment, improvement of cost effective security and/or protection systems including the eventual disposal or salvage of these systems. Services may include studies and analysis such as – risk assessment, threat evaluation, and assessment (including resultant deliverables). Contractors may provide security or protection expertise in the pre-production or design phase of security or protection systems to ensure that the system can be supported through its life-cycle and that the infrastructure elements necessary for operational support are identified and acquired. These services may continue through the life cycle of the system or product and may include guidance, assistance and/or operational support. This includes all necessary security management elements.
246 60 2 Security Management and Support Services – Services providing the best practices, technologies and methodologies to plan, design, manage, operate and maintain secure and protected systems, equipment, facilities and infrastructures. Agency orders may include complete turnkey operations, maintenance and support services, or components thereof as needed to ensure secure and protected systems involving personnel security, physical access, and information security, and reduce life cycle costs. Contractor personnel carrying out these activities, to include management and operating staffs, are not involved with or responsible for the core business of the customer agency placing the order.
246 60 3 Security System Life Cycle Support – Services providing for design, coding, integration, testing, deploying, repair and maintenance of integrated security systems, and training across all platforms, enterprise wide, for the complete life cycle of the system.
246 60 4 Total Solution Support Products – Products delivered in direct support of services provided under the other SINs. These products could include training manuals, CD-ROMs, overhead slides, security and simulation software and hardware, etc. utilized in performing a task.
260 10 Marine Craft Electronics Bridge and/or Other Marine-specific Electronic Equipment and Marine Craft Safety Equipment (other than Personal Flotation Devices) – Includes all types of electronic-type equipment used specifically in or on Marine Craft such as: position finders, specialized marine radios, specialized marine computer hardware, monitors, beacons, electronic sounding equipment and all types of marine craft safety equipment.
260 11 Marine Craft Trailers and Trailer Accessories/Spare Parts – Includes all types of marine craft trailers, trailer equipment and supplies.
260 13 Marine Craft Modifications, Marine Craft Repair and Marine Craft Spare Parts includes repair of all types of Marine Craft and other products covered under this Schedule – Including, but not limited to, marine craft boat modification packages, repair of engines, floating barriers, booms, floats and moorings. Includes all types of spare parts and replacement parts and accessories for marine craft not covered elsewhere under this schedule. Also includes consulting and training services related to Marine Craft Modifications and Marine Craft Repair.
260 14 Harbor/Waterfront Security Products and Services and Professional Marine Security Services including all types of Harbor and Waterfront security products – Including, but not limited to, surveillance equipment and monitoring equipment utilized specifically in the harbor/Waterfront or Marine Craft environment. Also includes, but not is not limited to, any type of professional marine security services, and consulting and training related to Harbor/Waterfront Security or other Professional Marine Security (excludes marine transportation).
426 4R Radiation/Nuclear Material Detection Equipment – Includes devices used by Law Enforcement or Security forces to detect, monitor and analyze radiological and nuclear contamination. Equipment used for laboratory and/or industrial hygiene applications are excluded (see Schedule 66). Services related to the collection, transportation and disposal of radioactive/nuclear material are excluded from this SIN.
426 5B Armored Vehicles, Vehicle Armoring Services, Wheeled Vehicles (excluding patrol cars) used strictly for Law Enforcement or Security purposes and other miscellaneous armoring products and services – Includes all types of armored vehicles (excludes Mobile Command Centers). Also includes armoring done on any other type vehicle or structure including, but not limited to boats, temporary jail cells, mobile jail cells (in vehicles) and all services required to provide armored products. Does not include rental or leasing of armored vehicles at this time.
426 6 Law Enforcement and Security Training – Including but not limited to all types of range safety and operations training, all types of high performance and defensive/offensive driving training, all types of weapons training, force protection training, surveillance and surveillance detection training, maritime security training, all types of close quarters defense (CQD) training, special response team training, chemical/biological and weapons of mass destruction (WMD) detection training, terrorism awareness training, survival training, explosive ordnance detonation (EOD) training, and tactical training in realistic physical environments. Also includes all types of products required to support the training.
426 7 Professional Law Enforcement Services – Including but not limited to all types of professional services provided in conjunction with law enforcement such as fingerprinting services, handwriting analysis, breath analysis, ballistic analysis, and forensic artists services (sketch artist).
465 8 Flood Control Equipment Traditional and Alternative Approaches – Includes, but not limited to, all types of traditional sandbagging equipment, supplies and services and non-traditional emergency flood control equipment, supplies and services.
465 9 Medical/Rescue Kits – Including, but not limited to, emergency response kits, field rescue kits and equipment.
633 51 Concealment Clothing, Camouflage Clothing and BDUs – Including but not limited to all types/varieties of Concealment, Camouflage and BDUs sold commercially. Also includes accessories to accompany Concealment, Camouflage and BDUs such as insignia. Note: These items are not made to any military specifications but may meet such requirements. End User will determine compliance with required specifications.
633 52 Miscellaneous Footwear Accessories – Includes but not limited to insoles, inserts, laces, shoe/boot cleaning products, etc.
633 60 Miscellaneous Undergarments for use with Special Purpose Clothing – Including but not limited to all types of socks, underwear (boxers, briefs, long-underwear, compression wear, etc.) and all types of T-Shirts, etc.
633 61 Special Purpose Clothing not elsewhere covered under this solicitation – Includes but is not limited to all types of pants, shirts, jackets, coats, skirts, lab clothing, safety clothing, etc., which is not specifically covered by another SIN in this schedule.
633 70 Cool/Hot Products – Including but not limited to cool/hot vests, shirts, hats, seating components, replacement parts for all products and all other types of products designed to provide cooling or heating via clothing-type products.
Alarm and Signal Systems, Facility Management Systems, Professional Security/Facility Management Services and Guard Services
Category Description
246 20 1 Miscellaneous Alarm and Signal Systems. Process Monitoring/Fault Reporting Devices or Systems – which monitor pressure levels, flow rates, temperatures, leaks
246 20 2 Miscellaneous Alarm and Signal Systems. – Hazard Indicating Alarm Devices or Systems for the Detection of Toxic Gases, Flammable Gases
246 20 3 Miscellaneous Alarm and Signal Systems. Audible/Visual Warning/Signaling Devices – including radio alarms equipment (excluding those for vehicular use
246 20 4 Miscellaneous Alarm and Signal Systems. Warning System Devices (Patient/Detainees)
246 23 Anti-Theft Material Alarm Control Systems for Detection of Property
246 25 Fire Alarm Systems – (Excludes Fire Suppression Devices)
246 35 1 Access Control Systems, Door entry control by card access, magnetic proximity – including but not limited to Biometric
246 35 2 Access Control Systems, Door entry control by touch access, dial, digital, keyboard, keypad – including but not limited to Biometric, Voice, Fingerprint, Iris, Hand Geometry, Weight
246 35 3 Access Control Systems, Parking Access Control – including but not limited to Biometric
246 35 4 Access Control Systems, Emergency exit door access/alarm systems for security and/or fire safety – including but not limited to Biometric
246 35 5 Access Control Systems – Vehicle Arrest/Security Barrier/Barricade/Bollard Systems, Decorative Barrier Planters
246 35 6 Other Access Control Systems – Including but not limited to Biometric Access Control – Facial, Voice, Fingerprint, Iris Recognition, etc.
246 36 Locking Devices – including padlocks and electronic locks not covered by SIN 246-35
246 40 Intrusion Alarms and Signal Systems – Including audible and visible warning devices (no personal alarms)
246 42 1 Facility Management Systems – (Including Accessories and Repair Parts. Computerized Systems for Surveillance, Monitoring, Controlling, Signaling and Reporting Multiple Functions. Security Functions (i.e., access control, fire detection, intrusion, etc.)
246 42 2 Facility Management Systems – (Including Accessories and Repair Parts. Computerized Systems for Surveillance, Monitoring, Controlling, Signaling and Reporting Multiple Functions. Energy and Facility Management Functions and Services, Building Automation Control systems (including lighting, HVAC controls and sensors), Building Comfort Systems (including heating, ventilation and air conditioning, chillers)
246 42 3 Facility Management Systems – including accessories and repair parts. – Computerized systems for surveillance, monitoring, controlling, signaling and reporting multiple functions. Systems capable of both security functions and energy management functions
246 99 Introduction of New Products/Services relating to Alarm and Signal Systems/Facility
Alarm and Signal Systems, Facility Management Systems, Professional Security/Facility Management Services and Protective Service Occupations (Guard Services). For other types of Facilities Maintenanc
Category Description
246 43 Perimeter Security/Detection Systems – including but not limited to Fencing, Sensors, etc.
246 50 Ancillary Services relating to Security/Facility Management Systems – Including services necessary to install the system (design through startup), maintain the system (including maintenance agreements, or training). Excludes construction
246 51 Installation of Security/Facility Management Systems Requiring Construction.
246 52 Professional Security/Facility Management Services – including security consulting, training and facility management consulting
246 53 Facility Management and Energy Solutions – Includes, but not limited to projects using appropriated funds as well as alternative financing methods through the use of Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC’s) in accordance with the National Energy Conservation Policy Act (NECPA) as amended by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT). Projects include energy audits, project management, and energy upgrades of HVAC, Lighting, Controls, etc.
246 54 Protective Service Occupations – Including Security Guards, Alarm Monitors, Baggage Inspectors, Corrections Officers, Court Security Officers, Detection Dog Handlers, Detention Officers, Firefighters, Police Officers, Categories to support Operation On-site of Security Functions, and other support and related categories.
Firefighting and Rescue Equipment, Urban and Wildland
Category Description
465 10 Emergency Patient Transportation and Immobilization Devices: – Handicapped Evacuation Devices, Stretcher Chairs, Scoop Stretchers, Basket Stretchers, Splints, Fraction Aids, Cervical Spine Immobilization Collars, Ked or Similar Devices and Extraction Devices
465 11 Fire Extinguishing/Suppressing Products, Retardant, Foams and Equipment: – Includes but not to Foam Concentrate, Wetting Agent, Fire Extinguishers (excluding “Halon” fire extinguishing devices), Slip-on Firefighting Units, Pumps, Portable Tanks (folding or collapsible) and Chemical Mixing Equipment (foam proportioners, injectors, eductors).
465 17 Firefighting Distress/Signal Devices and Heat Sensing Devices: – Includes but not limited to personal Alert Safety Systems (PASS), Fuses and Related Devices for Emergency Applications
465 19 Firefighting and Rescue Tools, Equipment and Accessories: – Includes but not limited to Portable Hydraulic and Pneumatic, Jaws, Cutters, Rams and Files, Pulaski tools, Combi tools, Axes, Rakes, Shovels and Handles
465 22 Breathing Air Equipment, Inhalator Devices, Respiratory Protection Products, Related Support Items and Solutions: – SCBA’s (self contained breathing apparatus), Air Compressors, Air Filtering Personal Equipment and Emergency Egress Equipment
567 15 Hoses, Valves, Fittings, Nozzles, Couplings and Related Accessories. Hoses: – includes cotton, cotton-synthetic and synthetic materials; weeping, single jacket, double jacket and hard line design: Attach Hose, operations hoses and supply hose; large and small diameters; with and without couplings; threaded and quick disconnect couplings. Nozzles: includes all types of water and foam nozzles used to shape and control a firestream for firefighting purposes. Valves/Fittings: Includes wye valves, automatic check and bleeder valves, automatic pressure fuel valves, butterfly valves, horseshoe shut-off valves and all types of fittings. Related Accessories: Includes but not limited to reels, all types of couplings, fittings and accessories used to modify hose streams, fixate and mount nozzles, control water streams, etc.
567 4 Helicopter Equipment and Products for Search and Rescue and Firefighting Applications: – For the transport and delivery of firefighting agents and equipment by Helicopter. Includes but not limited to Chemical Injection Devices, Cargo Nets, Swivels, Lift Baskets, Drop Buckets, and other related accessories
567 8 Burning Equipment: – Flame Throwers, drip torch, aerial ignition equipment
567 99 Introduction of New Products and Services relating to Firefighting and Rescue Equipment
Law Enforcement and Security Equipment Supplies and Services
Category Description
426 1A Miscellaneous Personal Equipment – Consisting of Belts, Shell Cartridge Cases, Speed Loader Cases, Clip Holders, Handcuff Cases, Gun and Flashlight Holsters, Flashlights (Police, Hand-Held Electric, Penlight, Traffic), Baton Rings, Belt Straps, IN Cases, Tactical Equipment, Duty Gloves, Etc.; composed of leather and other materials. THIS SIN DOES NOT INCLUDE FIREARMS OR AMMUNITION
426 1B Body Armor – (including canine body armor) and Ancillary Services such as Alterations, Measuring, etc.
426 1C Helmets
426 1D Restraining Equipment – Consisting of Cuffs, Batons, CN, CS and OC Munitions, Other Less-Than-Lethal Munitions, Distraction Devices and Accessories such as Neutralizers and Gas Masks
426 1G Miscellaneous Non-Personal Law Enforcement Equipment – Including Forced Entry Tools and Vehicle Disabling Equipment
426 2A Canine Training and Handling Equipment, Canine Search and Detection
426 3A Emergency Signal Systems – Consisting of Sirens, Light Bars, Spot and Flood Lights, Beacon Warning Devices, Public Address Speakers and Systems and Control consoles
426 3B In-Vehicle Protection and Restraint Systems
426 4C Night Vision Equipment – to include Camera Equipment used in conjunction with night vision equipment
426 4D Alcohol Detection Kits and Devices
426 4E Bomb Disposal and Hazardous Material Protective and Detective Equipment
426 4F Emergency Preparedness and First Responder Equipment, Training and Services – Includes but not limited to Continuance of Operations Planning (COOP) services, decontamination kits and showers, mass casualty containment trailers, survival/disaster and rapid deployment kits, hazardous material detection equipment and clothing, and emergency response training.
426 4G Firearms Storage, Securing and Cleaning Equipment; Unloading Stations; Bullet Recovery Systems and Gun Racks. – THIS SIN DOES NOT INCLUDE FIREARMS OR AMMUNITION
426 4J Target Systems/Target Range Accessories – to Include Shatter Resistant Protective Lenses and
426 4K Metal and Bomb Detection Equipment: – Includes Airport Security, also ancillary services such as installation, training, etc.
426 4L Fingerprinting/Palmprinting (Taking and Detection) and Evidential Casting Materials
426 4M Drug Testing Equipment and Kits – to include Ancillary drug testing services
426 4N Criminal Investigative Equipment and Supplies – consisting of: Forensic Investigative Equipment (Tissue Detection and Location); Questioned Document Exam. Supplies/Kits: Chemical Analysis Test Kits for Testing Blood Stains, Gun Powder Residue and Seminal Fluid Stains; Electronic Countermeasure Equipment; Invisible Detection Materials (Theft Detection); Evidence Collection Containers, etc.
426 4Q Vehicle Monitor (Tracking) Systems
426 4S Surveillance Systems: – Includes CCTV, Vehicular Video, Mirrors and Binoculars, Observation Towers, Covert Systems and Ancillary Services such as Installation , Training, etc.
426 5A Aircraft Armoring and Ancillary Services
426 99 Introduction of New Services/Products related to Law Enforcement and Security Equipment. – THIS SIN DOES NOT INCLUDE FIREARMS OR AMMUNITION
Marine Craft and Equipment
Category Description
260 01 Boats, Powered – Includes Parts & Accessories
260 03 Boats, Nonpowered – Includes Life Rafts, Options and Accessories
260 06 Boats, Inflatable, Powered and Nonpowered – Includes Options and Accessories
260 09 Inboard and Outboard Engines, Marine Diesel Propulsion Engines (Ranging in Horsepower from 150-4,000) – Includes parts and accessories
260 12 Floating Marine Barriers and Booms, Floats, Perimeter Floats, and Moorings – Includes parts and accessories
260 98 Ancillary Services
260 99 Introduction of New Products and Services Items Directly Related to Marine Equipment
Special Purpose Clothing
Category Description
633 1 Gloves – Industrial, Work and Cold Weather Gloves – (Excludes Disposable Gloves)
633 15 Rainwear. Lightweight Rainwear – Including Police Rainwear, Caps, Hats and Covers
633 16 Footwear. Men’s Over-the-Sock Boots (Work, Uniform, Sport) and Women’s Over-the-Sock Boots (Work, Uniform, Sport)
633 18 Footwear. Men’s or Women’s Overshoes, Rubber – (Work Rubbers, Rubber Work and Utility Boots, Hip and Knee Boots, Waders, etc.)
633 19 Footwear. Men’s Safety Toe Shoes or Boots and Women’s Safety Toe Shoes or Boots
633 21A Shipboard/Aircraft Anti-Exposure Immersion Clothing Not Otherwise Covered
633 22 Extreme Cold Weather Clothing. Coats, Jackets, Vests, Hoods and Hats
633 23 Extreme Cold Weather Clothing. Overalls, Coveralls, Pants, Insulated
633 25 Footwear. Boots, Insulated, Waterproof, Extreme Cold Weather
633 26 Special Purpose Work clothes. Disposable Clothing – (excluding Food Preparation Gloves and Clothing)
633 27 Special Purpose Work clothes. Coveralls, General Purpose, Detainee Clothing
633 30 Structural Fire Fighting Clothing. Coat, Turnout; Trousers: – Shall meet the requirements of NFPA 1971. Helmets: Shall meet the requirements of NFPA 1972
633 30A Structural Fire Fighting Clothing. Coat, Turnout, Proximity; Trousers, Proximity; Helmets, Proximity. – Shall meet the Requirements of NFPA 1976
633 32 Structural Fire Fighting Clothing. Boots, Bunker and Hip. – Shall meet the Requirements of NFPA1971
633 33 Structural Fire Fighting Clothing. Gloves
633 35 Structural Fire Fighting Clothing. Protective Hoods
633 37 Structural Fire Fighting Clothing. Fire Fighter’s Station Wear. – Shall meet the requirements of NFPA 1975
633 38 Wildland Fire Fighting Clothing – Personal Protection. Shirts and Pants (BDU’s) NFPA 1977 Compliant
633 39 Wildland Fire Fighting Clothing – Personal Protection. Brush Shirts, Pants, Coats, Jackets, Jumpsuits – NFPA 1977 Compliant. Shirts, Pants, coats, Jumpsuits, coveralls – Flame Resistant. Not NFPA Compliant
633 4 Protective Worksuits, Waterproof, Chemical and Electrical Safety. Jackets, Coats and Hoods
633 40 Flotation Devices. Personal Flotation Devices, Coast Guard Approved Under 46 CFR 160.064; and Personal Flotation Devices Not Coast Guard Approved
633 43 Wildland Fire Fighting Clothing – Personal Protection. Helmets, Safety, Wildfire – NFPA 1977 Compliant
633 45 Wildland Fire Fighting Clothing – Personal Protection. Helmets, Safety, Electrical Construction (Welder’s)
633 47 Security Wear, EMS Clothing and Related Products
633 48 High Visibility, Reflective Safety Products
633 49 Medical/Hospital Clothing – (excludes disposable clothing)
633 50 Industrial Work Shirts and Pants
633 6 A Protective Worksuits, Waterproof, Chemical and Electrical Safety. – Bib Overalls, Coveralls, Pants, 2-piece Suits
633 6A Emergency Response/Hazmat Clothing and Related Products
633 99 Introduction of New Products/Services relating to Special Purpose Clothing