GSA Contract Holder

DCS (Diversified Computer Systems of No. Chas., Inc.) Receives Information Technology Schedule 70 Contract from the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)

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Summerville, SC
November 24, 2014

DCS Inc, a front runner provider of public safety and jail/corrections software, today announced it has been awarded an Information Technology Equipment Schedule 70 contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), the procurement arm of the Federal government.

The GSA establishes long-term, government-wide contracts with commercial vendors to streamline and standardize the process of procuring products and services for the entire Federal government. Our inclusion as a GSA Schedule 70 vendor enables all public safety and correctional facilities at the Federal, State and Local levels to purchase services and solutions directly from us.

Companies that hold a GSA Schedule Contract have passed a rigorous review process conducted by GSA that considers factors including: financial stability, capabilities, and past performance. This means that when you buy DCS software on the GSA Schedule, you buy with confidence in both our solutions and our company. Our GSA contract number is GS-35F-076CA.

What is the GSA Schedule?

GSA Schedule Contracts are awarded by the Federal General Services Administration. By leveraging the purchasing power of the government, federal, as well as state, local, and tribal agencies, are eligible to make purchases for IT products and software through the GSA Schedule 70.

When you purchase a DCS software product through GSA Schedule 70, you do so knowing that the price you pay is “fair and reasonable”, and that all contracts are in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Together, these result in reduced evaluation and procurement  cycles because the GSA has vetted the vendor for you.

Go shopping on the GSA Advantage! site.

Once you decide what you need, purchases can be made directly through our contract, eliminating time-consuming responses to complex RFP’s, the need to hire expensive consultants, and lengthy negotiations.