Sterling Re-awarded $5.5 Billion 2GIT BPA
Industry-Leading Technology Solutions Provider wins USAF Mandatory Use Vehicle
North Sioux City, SD, February 25th, 2021 – Sterling, an experienced technology solutions provider and one of the top information technology (IT) contractors to the Federal Government, is honored to be re-awarded the General Service Administration (GSA) 2nd Generation Information Technology (2GIT) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA).
The GSA 2GIT BPA, originally awarded in 2019, was protested three times as the replacement of the NETCENTS-2 contract. 2GIT is a mandatory use vehicle for IT product procurement for the United States Air Force. In addition, 2GIT is also available to all DoD, Federal Government Agencies, State, Local, and Tribal Governments to fulfill their IT needs through specific schedule contracts.
Sterling was one of the leading contract holders under NETCENTS-2 in both revenue and task order awards. Jeff Moore, Senior VP of Business Development and Contracts, displays his gratitude and excitement by stating, “Sterling has been proud and honored to support the Air Force under NETCENTS-2 and their transition period to 2GIT. We are thrilled to be able to continue to build on that success under the new GSA 2GIT BPA.”
Under 2GIT, Sterling will provide the government an efficient and effective way to procure IT hardware, software, and services at competitive prices with prompt, cost-effective delivery. In addition, the government can also be assured of access to the industry’s top OEMs, secure supply chain management, Trade Act Agreement (TAA) compliant products, fast response times, and dedicated account teams.
Moore continues his statement by saying, “Sterling has been a passionate advocate for secure supply chain management within our customer base. The 2GIT BPA will leverage that expertise to deliver reliable infrastructure to the Air Force and other Government customers. We believe it is critical to know who you are buying from, and this award is validation that GSA views it in similar fashion.”