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47QTCA22D003G

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Overview

Government Description
EO14042 THIS CONTRACT INCLUDES THE FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION (FAR) CLAUSE 52.223-99 ENSURING ADEQUATE COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR FEDERAL CONTRACTORS - FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
Awarding / Funding Agency
Pricing
Fixed Price With Economic Price Adjustment
Set Aside
None
Extent Competed
Full And Open Competition
Multiple / Single Award
Multiple Award
Who Can Use
Multiple Agencies
Vehicle Ceiling
$2,000,000 (>100% Used)
Analysis Notes
Place of Performance Largest percentage of work under issued task orders completed at: Round Rock, Texas 78682 United States.
Multiple Award Schedule The Ordering Period End Date of Mulitple Award Schedules can be extended via three 5 year options for up to 20 years. If all options are exercised, this Schedule will end in January 2042.
Ceiling Exceeded Total obligated funds of $2,065,551,345 has exceeded the reported contract ceiling of $2,000,000. This may prevent future funds from being obligated to this federal supply schedule. Note, however, that the government can often amend the ceiling to allow for additional awards or in some cases may not have properly updated the ceiling in public records.
Subcontracting Plan This FSS has a Commercial Subcontract Plan. The General Services Administration has an overall 2023 small business subcontracting goal of 21%
Labor Pricing The labor category ceiling rates applicable to this FSS are available and can be analyzed here.
Dell Federal Systems L.P was awarded Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) 47QTCA22D003G (47QTCA-22-D-003G) by the General Services Administration (GSA) in January 2022. The schedule has a current duration of 5 years (up to 20 years if all options exercised) and was awarded full & open with NAICS 511210 and PSC DA01 via direct negotiation acquisition procedures with 999 bids received. To date, $2,067,038,521 has been obligated through this vehicle with a potential value of all existing task orders of $2,439,905,671. The total ceiling is $2,000,000, of which 101% has been used. As of today, the FSS has a total reported backlog of $374,354,326 and funded backlog of $1,487,176.

Status
(Open)

Modified 6/25/24
Period of Performance
1/20/22
Start Date
1/19/27
Ordering Period End Date
50.0% Complete

Task Order Obligations and Backlog
$2.1B
Total Obligated
$2.1B
Current Award
$2.4B
Potential Award
85% Funded
$1.5M
Funded Backlog
$374.4M
Total Backlog

Award Hierarchy

Federal Supply Schedule

47QTCA22D003G

Blanket Purchase Agreements

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Contracts

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Subcontracts

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Federal Award Analysis

Historical federal task order obligations under 47QTCA22D003G

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Contracts

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Subcontracts

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Grants

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Total

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BPAs

Blanket purchase agreements awarded under 47QTCA22D003G

Contract Awards

Prime task orders awarded under 47QTCA22D003G

Subcontract Awards

Disclosed subcontracts for 47QTCA22D003G

Transaction History

Modifications to 47QTCA22D003G

People

Suggested agency contacts for 47QTCA22D003G

Competition

Number of Bidders
Not Applicable
Solicitation Procedures
Negotiated Proposal/Quote
Evaluated Preference
None
Commercial Item Acquisition
Commercial Item
Simplified Procedures for Commercial Items
No

Other Categorizations

Subcontracting Plan
Commercial Subcontract Plan
Cost Accounting Standards
Exempt
Business Size Determination
Large Business
Awardee UEI
N1C5QLNPJLS4
Awardee CAGE
3XAU1
Agency Detail
Awarding Office
47QTCA GSA/FAS CENTER FOR IT SCHEDULE PROG
Funding Office
47QTCA GSA/FAS CENTER FOR IT SCHEDULE PROG
Created By
00.f.systemadmin@gsa.gov
Last Modified By
00.f.systemadmin@gsa.gov
Approved By
00.f.systemadmin@gsa.gov

Legislative

Legislative Mandates
None Applicable
Awardee District
TX-17
Senators
John Cornyn
Ted Cruz
Representative
Pete Sessions

Budget Funding

Federal Account Budget Subfunction Object Class Total Percentage
Franchise Fund, Veterans Affairs (036-4539) Other veterans benefits and services Advisory and assistance services (25.1) $30,724,205 37%
FDA Working Capital Fund, Food and Drug Administration, Health and Human Services (075-4613) Consumer and occupational health and safety Operation and maintenance of equipment (25.7) $12,716,061 15%
HHS Service and Supply Fund, Program Support Center, Health and Human Services (075-4552) Health care services Equipment (31.0) $10,248,508 12%
Cost of War Toxic Exposures Fund, Departmental Administration, Veterans Affairs (036-1126) Hospital and medical care for veterans Advisory and assistance services (25.1) $9,241,763 11%
Information Technology Systems, Departmental Administration, Veterans Affairs (036-0167) Other veterans benefits and services Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges (23.3) $4,967,615 6%
Last Modified: 6/25/24