How to Add a Task Order to Our IDIQ Contract with the GSA
If you’d like to add a Task Order to our IDIQ Contract with the General Services Administration (GSA), follow the process below. If you’d like to purchase a course seat using a Government Purchase Card (GPC), get in touch with our Active Duty Team.
Make sure to complete all steps before sharing cohort information with your applicants.
- GSA SBIR Phase III IDIQ – 47QFLA21D0013
If you are Active Duty Military, engage with Galvanize via email@example.com to discuss technical requirements, service offerings, pricing information, and the corresponding CLINs to be added to your organization’s Task Order.
We will connect you via email to our GSA Project Manager (PM), who will work with you to complete the Performance Work Statement (PWS) and Independent Government Cost Estimate (IGCE).
Partner with the GSA to complete the funding document, including the Interagency Agreement (IA) Part A, IA Part B and Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR).
Review and sign the Scope Determination, completed by the GSA Project Manager.
Identify an individual within your organization willing to be the Technical Point of Contact (TPOC) for the Task Order period of performance, responsible for reviewing & accepting invoices, reviewing contractor deliverables, and filling out CPARS at the end of the Task Order year.
GSA issues a solicitation and Galvanize submits a proposal in response to the solicitation; your TPOC will sign an NDA & review the proposal for technical acceptability.
Funding is received from your organization and the Task Order is awarded after the GSA writes the technical evaluation report and award decision document.
- Cage code: 7NA50
- DUNS: 040799489
- TAX ID: 46-5768885
- 611310 – Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
- 611420 – Computer Training
- 541512 – Computer Systems Design Services
- 541990 – All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Only current DoD military and government civilians may apply to active duty coding programs. However, civilians are invited to check out our Hack Reactor Beginner and Intermediate Coding Bootcamps to learn more about our civilian software development training programs.