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We support GSA agencies through the GSA Advantage, an online shopping and ordering service created within the GSA organization to provide a streamlined, efficient purchasing portal for federal agencies to acquire the goods and services needed. Through this System Function5 offers a variety of data, storage, VoIP and network hardware under SIN 33411.

GSA Contract NoGS-35F-545AA
SAM Unique IDZ7UMPPQN3F55
Contract PeriodSep 10, 2013 to Sep 09, 2028
ContractorFUNCTION5 TECHNOLOGY GROUP, LTD.
Primary ContactLou Germain, 585-295-8900, GSA@F5TECHNOLOGY.COM
Secondary ContactAmber Matsumoto, 585-295-8900, GSA@F5TECHNOLOGY.COM
DUNS No.128187064
SPIN (498 ID)143046473
CAGE Code3BV07
FCC (Cores ID)0024288524
Schedule 70Information Technology
SIN #33411 Purchase of New Equipment
SBA Size StatusSmall business

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GSA FAQ

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What is a GSA Schedule?

GSA Schedules are fast, easy, and effective contracting vehicles for both customers and vendors. For GSA Schedules, GSA establishes long-term government-wide contracts with commercial companies to provide access to millions of commercial products and services at volume discount pricing.

Value for Customers

Customers contract with pre-approved vendors and benefit from “most-favored customer” pricing with GSA Schedules (also referred to as Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) and Federal Supply Schedules (FSS).

Customers who order from Schedules get:

  1. Savings;
  2. Flexibility and choice;
  3. Shorter lead time;
  4. Transparency;
  5. Control of the procurement;
  6. Lower administrative costs;
  7. Advanced Lifetime Warranty
  8. TAA Compliant; and
  9. Open Market Options.

Customers can also meet small business goals and comply with environmental and socioeconomic regulations.

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Product Research

Search GSA Advantage to identify the product(s) you require.

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Follow the template which will guide you through the process of submitting the order to Function5.

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Function5 will receive the order and process within 24 hours. You may also call us at 585-295-8900 or email gsa@f5technology.com for assistance.

GSA Schedule 70

IT Schedule 70 is the largest, most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government. Schedule 70 is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award schedule, providing direct access to products, services and solutions from more than 5,000 certified industry partners. IT Schedule 70 delivers federal, state, and local customer agencies the tools and expertise needed to shorten procurement cycles, ensure compliance, and obtain the best value for innovative technology products, services, and solutions. With more than 7.5 million products and services available, federal agencies, as well as civilian, state and local organizations, continue to maximize budgets and reduce buying cycles by up to 50 percent over open market.

GSA Contract Information

  • Contract Number: GS-35F-545AA
  • SAM Unique ID: Z7UMPPQN3F55
  • Schedule Title: Federal Supply Schedule # 70– Information Technology, Software & Services
  • Business Size: Small Business

Online access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery order is available through GSA Advantage!

Lou Germain, GSA Program Manager

Call: 585-295-8900
Email: gsa@f5technology.com

More About State and Local Government Ordering

State and local governments can purchase IT hardware at the discounted prices offered to GSA agencies through the GSA Cooperative Purchasing Program. By using the purchasing power of the federal government, GSA can help cities and towns meet their mission while reducing costs and maximizing efficiency. Along with State and Local Agencies other eligible entities include Healthcare, Higher Education and K-12 Education.

How do State and Local Government Entities Place Orders Against IT Schedule 70?

Using GSA Advantage: Using GSA Advantage: State and local government entities may use GSA Advantage.® after they register and obtain the necessary approvals. Learn more about the requirements and your use of GSA Advantage call your Function5 Primary Contact and simply identify yourself has a State & Local Agency and request GSA pricing.

Who Sells to State and Local Governments?

Thousands of technology businesses sell to state and local governments. To find them, go to GSA eLibrary and choose IT Schedule 70 special item numbers (SINs) that say “Subject to Cooperative Purchasing.” Select the industry partners who display the “COOP PURCH” logo. These businesses have indicated that they sell to state and local governments.

Benefits of IT Schedule 70

Using the federal government’s buying power, state and local governments can save money when they buy:

  • Information technology (IT) software
  • Firmware
  • Supplies
  • Support equipment
  • Services

GSA makes this possible through a program called Cooperative Purchasing. State and local governments are encouraged to place orders for IT through Schedule 70.

Cooperative Purchasing

GSA is the government’s savings agency and the wealth of our resources is not limited to federal agencies alone. The Cooperative Purchasing Program allows state, local and tribal governments to benefit from pre-vetted industry partners on a variety of information technology products and services as well as security and law enforcement products and services offered through specific GSA Schedule contracts. This program allows eligible entities to purchase from Cooperative Purchasing approved industry partners, at any time, for any reason, using any funds available.

Schedule contracts open under Cooperative Purchasing, include:

  • Schedule 70 – The largest and most widely-used acquisition vehicle in the federal government. It features a wide variety of information technology products and services including mobile device and mobile application management (MDM/MAM) tools, automated data processing equipment (firmware), software, cloud computing services, hardware, support equipment, and professional services.

For information on all GSA State and Local Government Programs offered through GSA, visit Programs for State and Local Governments or contact Function5 for any questions or to receive a quote.

Lou Germain, GSA Program Manager

Call: 585-295-8900
Email: gsa@f5technology.com

Let's figure out how we can save you money on the equipment you need!

Function5 provides federal, state and local agencies with significant value by offering high quality products at significant discount off list prices.

More About State and Local Government Ordering

State and local governments can purchase IT hardware at the discounted prices offered to GSA agencies through the GSA Cooperative Purchasing Program. By using the purchasing power of the federal government, GSA can help cities and towns meet their mission while reducing costs and maximizing efficiency. Along with State and Local Agencies other eligible entities include Healthcare, Higher Education and K-12 Education.

How do State and Local Government Entities Place Orders Against IT Schedule 70?

Using GSA Advantage: Using GSA Advantage: State and local government entities may use GSA Advantage.® after they register and obtain the necessary approvals. Learn more about the requirements and your use of GSA Advantage call your Function5 Primary Contact and simply identify yourself has a State & Local Agency and request GSA pricing.

Who Sells to State and Local Governments?

Thousands of technology businesses sell to state and local governments. To find them, go to GSA eLibrary and choose IT Schedule 70 special item numbers (SINs) that say “Subject to Cooperative Purchasing.” Select the industry partners who display the “COOP PURCH” logo. These businesses have indicated that they sell to state and local governments.

Benefits of IT Schedule 70

Using the federal government’s buying power, state and local governments can save money when they buy:

  • Information technology (IT) software
  • Firmware
  • Supplies
  • Support equipment
  • Services

GSA makes this possible through a program called Cooperative Purchasing. State and local governments are encouraged to place orders for IT through Schedule 70.

Cooperative Purchasing

GSA is the government’s savings agency and the wealth of our resources is not limited to federal agencies alone. The Cooperative Purchasing Program allows state, local and tribal governments to benefit from pre-vetted industry partners on a variety of information technology products and services as well as security and law enforcement products and services offered through specific GSA Schedule contracts. This program allows eligible entities to purchase from Cooperative Purchasing approved industry partners, at any time, for any reason, using any funds available.

Schedule contracts open under Cooperative Purchasing, include:

  • Schedule 70 – The largest and most widely-used acquisition vehicle in the federal government. It features a wide variety of information technology products and services including mobile device and mobile application management (MDM/MAM) tools, automated data processing equipment (firmware), software, cloud computing services, hardware, support equipment, and professional services.

For information on all GSA State and Local Government Programs offered through GSA, visit Programs for State and Local Governments or contact Function5 for any questions or to receive a quote.

Lou Germain, GSA Program Manager

Call: 585-295-8195
Email: gsa@f5technology.com