Approved contract vehicles

Many MilGov customers prefer to purchase CRFS products using an existing approved contract vehicle

Our products are available through a range of different contract vehicles, including:

ITES-3H (CHESS) – U.S. Army

The U.S. Army’s Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-3 Hardware (ITES-3H) contract provides commercial information technology equipment to support the Army’s server, office IT equipment, and storage environment needs. ITES-3H is a five-year, $5 billion contract under the umbrella of the Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) program: the Army’s primary source for commercial IT procurement.

SEWP V – National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) is a multi-award Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vehicle focused on commercial IT products and product-based services. With over 140 pre-competed Prime Contract Holders, SEWP offers a wide range of commercial advanced technology, including sensors, network equipment, and software products

FirstSource2 (FS2) – Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

The IT and telecoms category includes products and services to support DHS’ IT and telecommunications needs. Subcategories include communications and telecom solutions, software, hardware, and services, including licenses.

TETRAS – U.S. Air Force (USAF)

Test & Evaluation technologies for military ranges, armaments, and spectrum (TETRAS).

Tailored Logistics Support (TLS) Program – Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)

The prime vendor process starts with a contractual agreement between the government and a commercial vendor. The single vendor (the prime vendor) buys inventory from a variety of suppliers, and the inventory is stored in commercial warehouses. The customer orders supplies from the prime vendor, largely through electronic ordering systems. The supplier then ships directly to the customer, as needed, within a specific geographic area. This process reduces delivery time to the customer and, by using the private sector’s storage and distribution system, reduces DOD’s inventories and associated warehousing and redistribution costs. This, in turn, reduces the costs borne by the U.S. taxpayer.

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Further reading

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