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ACI Infotech Awarded US Federal Government GSA’s Multiple Award Schedule Contract

Piscataway, NJ – July 14, 2022 – ACI Infotech, a new-age global technology services & products company, is elated to announce that it has been awarded the centralized procurement arm of the federal government’s General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract. (Contract Number 47QTCA22D008W. Any federal agency can use this government-wide Indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. With a strong history of acquiring IT projects, ACI Infotech has been awarded a 5-year contract starting 5/31/2022 and ending on 5/30/2027 with a potential of three 5-year options to renew the follow-on contract.

The contract has been awarded to ACI Infotech for delivering Information Technology services across Enterprise Architecture, Software Applications Development, Cybersecurity, Quality Assurance, Project, and Program Management.  

Jagannadh Kanumuri, CEO, ACI Infotech says, “Government organizations will benefit from ACI Infotech’s cross-industry benchmarks, finest solutions, and modernized products at affordable prices. This new GSA Schedule contract allows us to maintain our good rapport with the government as a long-time supplier and large contractor. This contract is a great procurement tool that helps us interact with government entities that have expressed an interest in doing business with us but lacked a contracting mechanism. Under this contract, we look forward to delivering value to the government and GSA.”

ACI Infotech has empowered itself with all the government accreditations to sell its products and services directly to government entities such as counties, states, and the federal government. The GSA/VA Schedule contract status is a Preferred Vendor Status with regional, statewide, and federal governments, indicating that qualifying enterprises are reliable and credible in the government’s opinion. Only.003% of enterprises in the United States are GSA or VA Federal Supply Schedule Contract authorized, according to the GSA/VA Solicitation Services.

The GSA Multiple Award Schedule program cost the US government $39 billion in 2021 [Source].

The MAS transition is part of the GSA’s Federal Marketplace strategy, aiming to make federal purchasing and selling simple, effective, and modern. As a result, ACI Infotech will help GSA achieve its strategic goal of becoming the government’s foremost provider of efficient and effective solutions.

About ACI Infotech:  

ACI Infotech, an end-to-end IT services organization, is a worldwide technology accelerator that enables businesses expedite their digital transformation journeys and become more agile, data-driven, and digital-ready.  

Founded in 2006, ACI Infotech is currently present in more than 35 markets across the United States and worldwide. The company helps global clients leverage a wide range of service offerings, including digital and data transformation, analytics, customer experience strategies, cloud platform offerings, workplace & mobility, enterprise & cloud apps, AI, business process services, and cybersecurity, through its highly specialized consultants in ground-breaking technologies and industry professionals. 

ACI’s high-tech platform accelerators, custom tech platforms, and consultative methodology help clients streamline business processes, establish and run more dynamic organizations, and deliver unparalleled levels of performance and customer satisfaction.  

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