SEWP V - Contract Holder Info
SEWP Contract Number(s): NNG15SC76B
CONTRACT TYPE: GWAC (Government-wide Acquisition Contract)
Group (Class) C
Full Name: GMC Tek, LLC
Display Name: GMC Tek
Business Size: SB150
Corporate URL: (241)
Default Delivery Time: 30
Procurement Preference Designation(s): SB
SF 1449 Effective Date: May 1, 2015
Mod # 1 - Contract Effective Date: May 1, 2015
GMC SEWP Contacts:
Program Manager | Komal Dharia| firstname.lastname@example.org | 703-856-3310
Deputy Program Manager | Reena Anand | email@example.com | 571-337-0410
To Receive a Quote or Service/Support Please Email:
CH Helpline: (301) 286-4555
Orders: FAX (301) 286-0317
Contract Holder Support Center
NASA is currently on the 5th iteration of the SEWP contract. Awards for the current SEWP V contract were made in May of 2015, and the duration of the contract will run from May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2025.
The scope of the NASA SEWP GWAC covers a broad range of IT hardware, such as laptops, servers, tablets, peripherals, network equipment, storage systems, software products, cloud based services, telecommunications, security tools, as well as product-centric services such as installation, training, engineering, and maintenance services.
SEWP is a multi-award contract with well over 100, meaning that many companies hold NASA SEWP contracts. As with all GWACs, SEWP operates according to FAR Part 16.505(b), which defines that unless an exception exists, fair opportunity must be provided to all the contract holders within a given contract group. The government buyer can only specify a vendor to guide the contracting office towards specific contract groups.
PURCHASING THROUGH SEWP:
The SEWP quote request tool provides an easy means for the buyer to submit RFQs, follow the FAR fair opportunity rules, and obtain quotes that have been verified to be accurate and contractually correct.
Buyers can request any product or service that is in-scope. If a company wants to respond to a buyers request and does not yet have the items on contract, they submit a request to the NASA SEWP Program Management Office to add the needed items. If approved by the NASA SEWP Program Management Office (PMO), the company can then respond to the quote request.
SEWP offers low prices (generally below GSA schedule prices), the lowest surcharge and the easiest and fastest ordering procedure using pre-competed contracts. As of February 1, 2018, the SEWP surcharge for all orders is a 0.36%. The fee is included in the price of all products and is not separately listed on quotes. It is the Contract Holder’s responsibility to pay the fee from their quoted product prices.
WHO CAN USE SEWP?
The SEWP contracts are for use by NASA, all Federal agencies and approved federal agency support service contractors. Contracting officers considering authorizing support service contractors should review the policy at FAR 51.101, and any agency specific guidance or policy, to make the appropriate determination and written finding which supports issuance of the authorization, as required by FAR 51.102 and FAR 51.107. (For NASA contracting officers, additional guidance is provided in the NASA Far Supplement at Subpart 1851.) Approved support service contractors must comply with the requirements at FAR 51.103.
To authorize a contractor to purchase from the SEWP contracts, the authorizing contracting officer should send a copy of the authorization letter to the SEWP Program Management Office (PMO) containing all of the following information:
Authorizing Agency Name, Contracting Officer (CO) Name, Mailing Address, Phone/FAX number and the contractor corporate name, division, and address.
Contract number and period of performance
A statement that the contractor is authorized to purchase from SEWP contracts in support of the above contract.
The CO’s/KO’s signature and date signed.
The letter should be sent in advance of or with the first order via fax, e-mail or Ground Mail.
SEWP Program Management Office (PMO)
10210 Greenbelt Road
Lanham, MD 20706
The SEWP Program Management Office provides detailed utilization reporting to government CIOs which is a tremendous benefit in helping them meet the requirements of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA).