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Unifire has a number of easily navigable contract vehicles to meet the unique acquisition requirements of everyone from Department of Defense, Federal Agencies, Municipal Agencies, State Agencies and individual customers.
With Unifire’s broad product offering, knowledge and experience we are able to be your single source supplier for virtually any product you need for mission success.
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GSA Contract Holder
With the power of GSA, you have millions of products and services at your fingertips that have been approved for purchase by federal, state, and municipal agencies utilizing federal dollars. Unifire holds three GSA schedules for your purchasing needs:
Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs)
A blanket purchase agreement (BPA) is an acquisition method that allows government and agencies to fill anticipated repetitive needs for various supplies or services through a virtual line of credit with a trusted supplier. The key difference between BPA and GSA Schedules lies in the ability for the agencies to buy a variety of supplies or services that would typically require the agency to purchase through multiple GSA schedules or contracts. BPAs are negotiated on an individual agency level, and generally, only a small number of agency offices can place orders on them. Sales conditions are agreed upon ahead of BPA awards and include details of supplies or services needed and the price for each of them. As a comparison, GSA Schedules are negotiated directly and only with GSA and, once awarded, allows any federal agencies to purchase directly from them. BPA orders also often have an acquisition threshold where GSA Schedules do not.
Unifire currently holds two BPAs:
- Afghan Refugee Support BPA: SPE1C1-21-A-0002
- Cold Weather BPA: SPE1C1-19-A-0002
COTS – Shelter Systems Program
The COTS – Shelter Systems Program is a multiple-award, prime vendor contract, that is structured to accommodate the addition of products through the life of the contract. The Program’s supply chain, at present, offers military tents, parts, and support equipment. The Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract – with an initial 1-year base ordering period and three 1-year option periods – calls for the supply of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) – Shelter Systems in support of the United States DLA Troop Support Clothing & Textiles supply chain.