To best ensure our federal customers have access to a pool of well qualified contractors capable of providing identity protection services to include data breach response and protection identity monitoring, GSA now offers government wide Federal Supply Schedule (FSS), Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs), to provide theses services.
Under the BPAs, which are in effect for the next five years, federal agencies have access to a variety of identity protection services covering both routine protection services that include:
Specifically this government wide multiple award BPA provides identity monitoring data breach response and protection services for the federal government including:
Ladlas Prince is one of the three prime contractors on IPS BPA; our IPS BPA Contract # GS-10F-CA020 includes small business credit.
Any warranted Contracting Officer from authorized users of the Schedules program, within the scope of their delegated procurement authorities, may place orders against the BPA(s).
Five years from September 01, 2015, through August 31, 2020. Orders (including order options) have their own period of performance. Any orders placed during the BPA ordering period may extend beyond that period (including the right to exercise order options) and be completed in accordance with the Contractor’s FSS FAR clause 52.216-22 paragraph (d).
Unlike most ID/IQ Contracts, BPAs do not have a dollar value ceiling. Thus there is no dollar value limitation on the size of an order.
Agencies will receive small business credit when issuing orders to small business BPA holders. For BPAs based on a Contractor Teaming Arrangement (CTA), a small business team member may be designated as the CTA lead for any task order as applicable. Hence, all CTA members have been assigned BPA numbers for this purpose. Agencies are also authorized if applicable to set-aside orders for small business. See ordering procedures for further details.
The IPS BPA Ordering Procedures [PDF – 271 KB] provide high level ordering guidance for customer agencies issuing task orders against these BPAs. General ordering procedures, small business set-aside procedures, and Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) recording procedures necessary to correctly record awards to Contractor Teaming Arrangement (CTA) teams are addressed.
The IPS BPA Contractor TO Level Quote Instructions [PDF – 12 KB] provide information for BPA contractors competing for task orders issued against these BPAs. Pricing, team lead assignment and small business set-aside instructions are addressed.
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See the above FAQ, and if you still have unanswered questions, get in touch!
See more information at the government website/page www.gsa.gov/ipsbpa.