Mobile forms software company is pre-authorized by the GSA for purchase by government agencies
CRANFORD, NJ — July 13, 2015 — doForms, Inc., a global leader in mobile forms technology announced today that it is now listed on the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70. The Schedule 70 is a list of vendors GSA has pre-authorized to provide federal agencies with information technology equipment, software, and services. The GSA, federal procurement and property management agency, was created to improve government efficiency and help federal agencies better serve the public. The purpose of the GSA Schedule 70 is to streamline the procurement process for government agencies, allowing them to obtain the IT products and services they need more quickly and easily.
In awarding doForms a GSA Schedule 70 contract, the Federal government has determined that the company is recognized as a preferred vendor that is fully authorized to conduct business directly with Federal government agencies. Under the GSA schedule contract, federal, state, and local government agencies are now able to purchase doForms software – as well as many other IT products and services — using pre-negotiated terms and prices.
doForms offerings are available on the GSA IT Schedule 70 under contract # GS-35F-415CA.
“doForms has a history of helping organizations in government and higher education reduce operational expenses, increase productivity, and improve service to the public,” said John Darienzo, CEO of doForms. ” This Schedule 70 contract will expand our ability to work with federal, state and local agencies, and offers fast and affordable access to our forms app software. We’ve worked hard through the proposal process to demonstrate our past and current performance history, management processes, financial stability, and customer satisfaction. I’m proud of our team for this significant win”.
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