GSA Stars II

8(a) Streamlined Technology Application Resource for Services- STARS II Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC)

The GSA STARS II contract is a government wide (IDIQ) contract that any Federal agency can use to procure high quality cutting-edge technology solutions from pre-qualified 8(a) small businesses. The Stars II contract vehicle allows the UpTime Solutions Team and its valued partners to contribute services across four functional areas, ranging from simple to complex IT solutions.

Link to GSA Stars II Website: http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/25901

Link to GSA Stars II Brochure

Contract Types Available & GSA Stars II Contract Number: GS-06F-1209Z
Fixed Price, Labor Hour, Time and Materials

Duns Number: 13-8327163, Cage Code: 4NRE0, Small, minority, veteran owned business
Contract Features
• Directed task orders up to $4,000,000
• Contract ceiling of $10 billion
• 5 year contract with 5 year option
NAICS Functional Areas
Functional Areas Offered
• 541511 –FA1
• Custom Computer Programming Services
• 541512 –FA2
• Computer Systems Design Services
• 541513 –FA3
• Computer Facilities Management Services
• 541514 –FA4
• Other Computer Related Services

Contact Us – GSA Stars II Sales
Mark Mann | 804-836-1410 |mark.mann@uptimesolutions.com

Jake Magarity | 804-836-1418 | jake.magarity@uptimesolutions.com
Contract Administrator
Jim Sheridan | 804-836-1412 | jim.sheridan@uptimesolutions.com


More About GSA Stars II GWAC

STARS-II, $10 billion, 10-year IDIQ, is a follow up to the GSA’s successful STARS-I contract, which concluded November 2011. STARS II gives federal agencies access to what the GSA describes as “an elite group of small 8(a) information technology businesses,” allowing agencies to ensure they receive best-in-class service through an established contract vehicle rather than open-market methods, saving time and money. The contract allows for directed task orders up to $4 million each for all federal agencies. It also features a lower user access fee (0.75 percent), built into the contractor’s ceiling prices.