Second-Generation Information Technology BPA (2GIT)
DH Technologies, LLC
BPA #: 47QTCA21A000X
Schedule Contract #: GS-35F388CA
POP dates: March 31, 2021 - March 30, 2026
DH Tech Points of Contact:
Sales/Customer Service/Technical Support
*Use this email address/phone number to obtain a quote and or discuss our policy and procedural information regarding installation, basic warranty, extended warranty, technical support, software support, and other pre-sales issues.
Until 2GIT is available, please use eBuy to directly solicit quotes from vendors that offer the services or SINs you require.
You can read more from GSA here.
Once available for ordering, the 2GIT BPAs will offer pre-competed IT hardware and software products through GSA Special Item Numbers (SINs):
33411 - Purchase of New Equipment (formerly SIN 132-8)
811212 - Maintenance of Equipment, Repair Services/ and or Repair/ Spare Parts (Formerly SIN 132-12)
511210 - Software License - Term Software & Perpetual (Formerly SIN 132-32 and 132-33)
54151 - Software Maintenance Services (Formerly SIN 132-34)
OLM - Order-Level Materials (Formerly SIN 70-500)
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Frequently asked questions
What is a BPA?
A Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) is a vehicle or acquisition strategy that an ordering activity can use to simplify the acquisition of recurring needs for Schedule services or supplies. The benefits of using BPAs include leveraging buying power, saving administrative time, and reducing overall procurement transactions. BPAs simplify the ordering process and should be used for negotiating better pricing for large, recurring requirements. BPAs specify the frequency of orders, invoices, discounts, requirements (e.g., estimated quantities, work to be performed), delivery locations, time, and procedures for placing orders under the BPA, which are prescribed at FAR 8.405-3(c).
What is a CTA?
A GSA Schedule Contractor Team Arrangement (CTA) is an arrangement in which two or more GSA Schedule contractors team together to provide a total solution to meet a customer's needs. Under Schedule CTAs, contractors complement each other and it allows teams to compete for orders for which they may not qualify independently. GSA encourages the use of CTAs to meet buyer’s requirements.
Why are there multiple BPA numbers on the quote I received?
Team DH Tech is a CTA with more than 20 members. DH Tech is the CTA Lead and has the authority as the CTA Lead to bid IT products on DH Tech’s 2GIT BPA Catalog, as well as IT products available on Team DH Tech CTA Members’ 2GIT BPA contracts. Only the CTA Lead has the authority to bid IT products on Team DH Tech CTA Members’ 2GIT BPA contracts.
Why am I receiving so many No-Bids?
The 2GIT BPA has a total of 9 CTA teams. Each CTA has a CTA Lead and CTA Members. Since the GSA CTA (definition above) allows privity of contract to the CTA Lead and its members, each CTA Lead and Member has a unique BPA contract number and access to all 2GIT RFQs posted in eBuy. The full list of 2GIT BPA awardees is available here but does not delineate between CTA Lead or CTA Member: https://www.gsa.gov/cdnstatic/2GIT%20CTA%20Awardees%20May%202021%20-%20Sheet1.pdf
What if I don’t receive three (3) responses to my RFQ?
What is Order Level Materials (OLM)?
OLMs are supplies and/or services acquired in direct support of an individual task or delivery order placed against a Schedule contract or BPA. OLM pricing is not established at the Schedule contract or BPA level, but at the order level. Since OLMs are identified and acquired at the order level, the ordering contracting officer (OCO) is responsible for making a fair and reasonable price determination for all OLMs.
Can I purchase Open Market items on 2GIT?
Open Market Items are occasionally required to complete the full scope of an agency’s need. As a contractor, we are able to provide those items, even if they are not approved under our GSA contract/BPA.
Can an item be quoted OLM even if they are available on other company’s 2GIT BPAs?
Since it is not possible for all 2GIT holders to sell the same or all IT products on their Schedule/2GIT BPA, it is highly likely to receive a quote from a vendor for an item listed as OLM while another vendor has them on contract so they are listed under one of the following 2GIT BPA SINs: