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                      AUTHORIZED FEDERAL SUPPLY SERVICE
                      INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SCHEDULE PRICELIST
                     GENERAL PURPOSE GSA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                           EQUIPMENT, SOFTWARE AND SERVICES
               Special Item No.    132-8       Purchase of Equipment
               Special Item No.    132-12      Maintenance, Repair Service and Repair Parts/Spare Parts
               Special Item No.    132-51      Information Technology Professional Services

SIN 132-8 – PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
    FSC CLASS 7010 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION - End User Computers/Desktop Computers,
                     Professional Workstations, Servers, Laptop/Portable/Notebook Computers
    FSC CLASS        7025 INPUT/OUTPUT AND STORAGE DEVICES - Display, Graphics, including Video
                     Graphics, Light Pens, Digitizers, Scanners, and Touch Screens, Network Equipment, Other
                     Communications Equipment, Optical Recognition, Input/Output Devices, Storage Devices
                     including Magnetic Storage, Magnetic Tape Storage and Optical Disk Storage, Other
                     Input/Output and Storage Devices, Not Elsewhere Classified
    FSC CLASS        7035 ADP SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
    FSC CLASS        7042 MINI AND MICRO COMPUTER CONTROL DEVICES
                     Installation (FPDS Code N070) for Equipment Offered


SIN 132-12 – MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT, REPAIR SERVICE, AND REPAIR PARTS/SPARE PARTS
     (FPDS Code J070 - Maintenance and Repair Service)(Repair Parts/Spare Parts - See FSC Class
     for basic equipment) Note: All non-professional labor categories must be incidental to and used solely to
     support hardware, software and/or professional services, and cannot be purchased separately.



SIN 132-51 – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
   FPDS Code D301      IT Facility Operation and Maintenance
   FPDS Code D302      IT Systems Development Services
   FPDS Code D306      IT Systems Analysis Services
   FPDS Code D308      Programming Services
   FPDS Code D310      IT Backup and Security Services
   FPDS Code D311      IT Data Conversion Services
   FPDS Code D316      IT Network Management Services
   FPDS Code D307      Automated Information Systems Design and Integration Services
   FPDS Code D399      Other Information Technology Services, Not Elsewhere Classified




                      Technology Advancement Group, Inc.
                      22355 TAG Way, Dulles, VA 20166-9310
       703.406.3000 Fax 703.406.3892  Toll Free 1-800.TAG.POWER                           tag.com
                              Contract Number: GS-35F-5822-H
                    Period Covered by Contract: 16 July 1998 – 15 July 2013
                                   General Services Administration
                                      Federal Supply Service
                  Pricelist current through Modification # 46, dated June 9, 2010


   Products and ordering information in this Authorized FSS Information Technology Schedule Pricelist are
   also available on the GSA Advantage! System. Agencies can browse GSA Advantage! by accessing the
                Federal Supply Service’s Home Page via the Internet at http://www.fss.gsa.gov/
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                                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS

 Information for Ordering Activities Applicable to All Special Item Numbers ................................................. 2

 Terms and Conditions Applicable to Purchase of General Purpose Commercial Information Technology
 Equipment (Special Item Number 132-8 ....................................................................................................... 9

 Terms and Conditions Applicable to Maintenance, Repair Service and Repair Parts/Spare Parts for
 Government-Owned General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment (After Expiration of
 Guearantee/Warranty Provisions and/or When required Service is Not Covered by Gurantee/warranty
 Provisions and For Leased Equipment (Special Item Number 132-12) ..................................................... 11

 Terms and Conditions Applicable to Information Technology (IT) Professional Services (Special Item
 Number 132-51) .......................................................................................................................................... 16

 USA Commitment to Promote Small Business Participation Procurement Programs................................ 19


 EQUIPMENT/GSA PRICE LIST

 TAG Servers ............................................................................................................................................... 23

 TAG Rackmount LCD Monitors and Keyboards ......................................................................................... 31

 TAG RAIDs.................................................................................................................................................. 39

 TAG UMPC and UMC…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 37

 TAG Spares ................................................................................................................................................ 43

 LABOR DESCRIPTIONS/ GSA PRICE LIST
 TAG Services .............................................................................................................................................. 40

 TAG Warranty ............................................................................................................................................. 51




      Intel®, Xeon®, and Pentium® are registered trademarks of the Intel Corporation. Sun® is a
     registered trademark of the Sun Corporation. TAG is a registered trademark of Technology
                                     Advancement Group, Inc.


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                          INFORMATION FOR ORDERING ACTIVITIES
                         APPLICABLE TO ALL SPECIAL ITEM NUMBERS

 SPECIAL NOTICE TO AGENCIES:                                            [ ] The Geographic Scope of Contract
 Small Business Participation                                           will be domestic and overseas delivery.
 SBA strongly supports the participation of small                       [ ] The Geographic Scope of Contract
 business concerns in the Federal Supply                                will be overseas delivery only.
 Schedules Program. To enhance Small Business                           [X ] The Geographic Scope of Contract
 Participation SBA policy allows agencies to                            will be domestic delivery only.
 include in their procurement base and goals, the
 dollar value of orders expected to be placed                   For Special Item Number 132-53 Wireless
 against the Federal Supply Schedules, and to                   Services ONLY, if awarded, list the limited
 report accomplishments against these goals.                    geographic coverage area:
                                                                _______________________________________
 For orders exceeding the micropurchase                         _____________________________________
 threshold, FAR 8.404 requires agencies to
 consider the catalogs/pricelists of at least three
 schedule contractors or consider reasonably                    2. CONTRACTOR'S ORDERING ADDRESS
 available information by using the GSA                         AND PAYMENT INFORMATION:
 Advantage! on-line shopping service                               Technology Advancement Group, Inc.
 (www.fss.gsa.gov). The catalogs/pricelists, GSA                             22355 TAG Way
 Advantage! and the Federal Supply Service                               Dulles, VA 20166-9310
 Home Page (www.fss.gsa.gov) contain
 information on a broad array of products and                              Phone:         703.406.3000
 services offered by small business concerns.                              Toll Free:     800.824.7693
 This information should be used as a tool to                              Fax:           703.406.3892
 assist ordering activities in meeting or exceeding
 established small business goals. It should also               Address for payment: SAME
 be used as a tool to assist in including small,
 small disadvantaged, and women-owned small                     Contractors are required to accept credit cards
 businesses among those considered when                         for payments equal to or less than the
 selecting pricelists for a best value determination.           micro-purchase threshold for oral or written
                                                                delivery orders. Credit cards will be acceptable
 For orders exceeding the micro purchase                        for payment above the micro-purchase threshold.
 threshold, customers are to give preference to                 In addition, bank account information for wire
 small business concerns when two or more items                 transfer payments will be shown on the invoice.
 at the same delivered price will satisfy their
 requirement.                                                   The following telephone number(s) can be used
                                                                by ordering activities to obtain technical and/or
                                                                ordering assistance:
 1. GEOGRAPHIC SCOPE OF CONTRACT:
                                                                          Phone:           703.406.3000
 Domestic delivery is delivery within the 48                              Toll Free:       800.824.7693
 contiguous states, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico,                          Fax:             703.406.3892
 Washington, DC, and U.S. Territories. Domestic
 delivery also includes a port or consolidation
 point, within the aforementioned areas, for orders             3. LIABILITY FOR INJURY OR DAMAGE
 received from overseas activities.
                                                                The Contractor shall not be liable for any injury to
 Overseas delivery is delivery to points outside of             ordering activity personnel or damage to ordering
 the 48 contiguous states, Washington, DC,                      activity property arising from the use of
 Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Territories.             equipment maintained by the Contractor, unless
                                                                such injury or damage is due to the fault or
 Offerors are requested to check one of the                     negligence of the Contractor.
 following boxes:




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 4. STATISTICAL DATA FOR GOVERNMENT                             delivery time and in accordance with all other
 ORDERING OFFICE COMPLETION OF                                  terms and conditions of the contract.
 STANDARD FORM 279:
 Block 9:      G. Order/Modification Under
                                                                7. DISCOUNTS: PRICES SHOWN ARE NET
                  Federal Schedule
                                                                PRICES; BASIC DISCOUNTS HAVE BEEN
 Block 16: Data Universal Numbering System                      DEDUCTED.
           (DUNS) Number: 01-253-7903
                                                                    a. Prompt Payment: discount applies from
 Block 30: Type of Contractor -                                     receipt of invoice or date of acceptance,
           A. Small Veteran Owned Business                          whichever is later:
 Block 31: Woman-Owned Small Business – NO                               0% Net 30 Days

 Block 36: Contractor's Taxpayer Identification
                                                                    b. Quantity: NONE
           Number (TIN): 54-1600183
                                                                    c.   Dollar Volume: NONE
 4a.           CAGE Code: 0XXY5
                                                                    d. Government Educational Institutions:
 4b.           Contractor has registered with the
                                                                       NONE
               Central Contractor Registration
               Database.
                                                                8. TRADE AGREEMENTS ACT OF 1979, AS
                                                                AMENDED:
 5. FOB DESTINATION
                                                                All items are U.S. made end products,
                                                                designated country end products, Caribbean
 6. DELIVERY SCHEDULE                                           Basin country end products, Canadian end
                                                                products, or Mexican end products as defined in
 a. TIME OF DELIVERY: The Contractor shall
                                                                the Trade Agreements Act of 1979, as amended.
 deliver to destination within the number of
 calendar days after receipt of order (ARO), as set
 forth below:
                                                                9. STATEMENT CONCERNING AVAILABILITY
 SPECIAL ITEM               DELIVERY TIME                       OF EXPORT PACKING:
 NUMBER                     (Days ARO)
                                                                Export Packaging is available at extra cost
       132-8                90 Days                             outside the scope of this contract.
       132-12               As negotiated on a
                            case by case basis
                                                                10. SMALL REQUIREMENTS:
       132-51               As negotiated on a
                                                                THE MINIMUM DOLLAR VALUE OF ORDERS
                            case by case basis
                                                                TO BE ISSUED IS $100.00.

 b. URGENT REQUIREMENTS: When the
 Federal Supply Schedule contract delivery period               11. MAXIMUM ORDER (All dollar amounts are
 does not meet the bona fide urgent delivery                    exclusive of any discount for prompt
 requirements of an ordering activity, ordering                 payment.)
 activities are encouraged, if time permits, to
 contact the Contractor for the purpose of                      a. The Maximum Order value for the following
 obtaining accelerated delivery. The Contractor                 Special Item Numbers (SINs) is $500,000:
 shall reply to the inquiry within 3 workdays after
 receipt. (Telephonic replies shall be confirmed                Special Item Number 132-8 - Purchase of Equipment
 by the Contractor in writing.) If the Contractor
 offers an accelerated delivery time acceptable to
 the ordering activity, any order(s) placed                     Special Item Number 132-12 – Maintenance of
 pursuant to the agreed upon accelerated delivery               Equipment, Repair Service, and Repair
 time frame shall be delivered within this shorter              Parts/Spare Parts




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 Special Item Number 132-32 - Term Software                     Road, Springfield, Virginia 22161. FIPS PUBS
 Licenses                                                       include voluntary standards when these are
                                                                adopted for Federal use. Individual orders for
                                                                FIPS PUBS should be referred to the NTIS Sales
 Special Item Number 132-51 - Information
                                                                Office, and orders for subscription service should
 Technology (IT) Professional Services
                                                                be referred to the NTIS Subscription Officer, both
                                                                at the above address, or telephone number (703)
 12. ORDERING PROCEDURES FOR FEDERAL                            487-4650.
 SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACTS

                                                                13.2 FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATION
 Ordering activities shall use the ordering
                                                                STANDARDS (FED-STDS):
 procedures of Federal Acquisition Regulation
 (FAR) 8.405 when placing an order or                           Telecommunication products under this Schedule
 establishing a BPA for supplies or services.                   that do not conform to Federal
 These procedures apply to all schedules.                       Telecommunication Standards (FED-STDS)
                                                                should not be acquired unless a waiver has been
 a. FAR 8.405-1 Ordering procedures for
                                                                granted in accordance with the applicable "FED-
 supplies, and services not requiring a statement
                                                                STD." Federal Telecommunication Standards
 of work.
                                                                are issued by the U.S. Department of
 b. FAR 8.405-2 Ordering procedures for                         Commerce, National Institute of Standards and
 services requiring a statement of work.                        Technology (NIST), pursuant to National Security
                                                                Act. Ordering information and information
                                                                concerning the availability of FED-STDS should
 13. FEDERAL INFORMATION                                        be obtained from the GSA, Federal Supply
 TECHNOLOGY/TELECOMMUNICATION                                   Service, Specification Section, 470 East L’Enfant
 STANDARDS REQUIREMENTS:                                        Plaza, Suite 8100, SW, Washington, DC 20407,
                                                                telephone number (202)619-8925. Please
 Ordering activities acquiring products from this               include a self-addressed mailing label when
 Schedule must comply with the provisions of the                requesting information by mail. Information
 Federal Standards Program, as appropriate                      concerning their applicability can be obtained by
 (reference: NIST Federal Standards Index).                     writing or calling the U.S. Department of
 Inquiries to determine whether or not specific                 Commerce, National Institute of Standards and
 products listed herein comply with Federal                     Technology, Gaithersburg, MD 20899, telephone
 Information Processing Standards (FIPS) or                     number (301)975-2833.
 Federal Telecommunication Standards (FED-
 STDS), which are cited by ordering activities,
 shall be responded to promptly by the Contractor.
                                                                14. CONTRACTOR TASKS / SPECIAL
                                                                REQUIREMENTS (C-FSS-370) (NOV 2001)
 13.1   FEDERAL INFORMATION
 PROCESSING STANDARDS PUBLICATIONS
                                                                (a) Security Clearances: The Contractor may
 (FIPS PUBS):
                                                                    be required to obtain/possess varying levels
 Information Technology products under this                         of security clearances in the performance of
 Schedule that do not conform to Federal                            orders issued under this contract. All costs
 Information Processing Standards (FIPS) should                     associated with obtaining/possessing such
 not be acquired unless a waiver has been                           security clearances should be factored into
 granted in accordance with the applicable "FIPS                    the price offered under the Multiple Award
 Publication." Federal Information Processing                       Schedule.
 Standards Publications (FIPS PUBS) are issued
 by the U.S. Department of Commerce, National                   (b) Travel: The Contractor may be required to
 Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST),                      travel in performance of orders issued under
 pursuant to National Security Act. Information                     this contract. Allowable travel and per diem
 concerning their availability and applicability                    charges are governed by Pub .L. 99-234
 should be obtained from the National Technical                     and FAR Part 31, and are reimbursable by
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       fixed price item on orders placed under the                    level will be as specified or negotiated in the
       Multiple Award Schedule. The Industrial                        agency’s order.
       Funding Fee does NOT apply to travel and
       per diem charges.                                        (i)   Government-Furnished Property: As
                                                                      specified by the agency’s order, the
       NOTE: Refer to FAR Part 31.205-46 Travel                       Government may provide property,
       Costs, for allowable costs that pertain to                     equipment, materials or resources as
       official company business travel in regards                    necessary.
       to this contract.
                                                                (j)      Availability of Funds: Many Government
 (c) Certifications, Licenses and Accreditations:               agencies’ operating funds are appropriated for a
     As a commercial practice, the Contractor                   specific fiscal year. Funds may not be presently
     may be required to obtain/possess any                      available for any orders placed under the contract
     variety of certifications, licenses and                    or any option year. The Government’s obligation
     accreditations for specific FSC/service code               on orders placed under this contract is contingent
     classifications offered. All costs associated              upon the availability of appropriated funds from
     with obtaining/ possessing such                            which payment for ordering purposes can be
     certifications, licenses and accreditations                made. No legal liability on the part of the
                                                                Government for any payment may arise until
     should be factored into the price offered
                                                                funds are available to the ordering Contracting
     under the Multiple Award Schedule program.
                                                                Officer.
 (d) Insurance: As a commercial practice, the
     Contractor may be required to                              15. CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION FOR
     obtain/possess insurance coverage for                      ORDERING ACTIVITIES:
     specific FSC/service code classifications
     offered. All costs associated with                         Any ordering activity, with respect to any one or
     obtaining/possessing such insurance should                 more delivery orders placed by it under this
     be factored into the price offered under the               contract, may exercise the same rights of
     Multiple Award Schedule program.                           termination as might the GSA Contracting Officer
                                                                under provisions of FAR 52.212-4, paragraphs (l)
 (e) Personnel: The Contractor may be required                  Termination for the ordering activity’s
                                                                convenience, and (m) Termination for Cause
     to provide key personnel, resumes or skill
                                                                (See C.1.)
     category descriptions in the performance of
     orders issued under this contract. Ordering
     activities may require agency approval of
                                                                16. GSA Advantage!
     additions or replacements to key personnel.
                                                                GSA Advantage! is an on-line, interactive
 (f)   Organizational Conflicts of Interest: Where              electronic information and ordering system that
       there may be an organizational conflict of               provides on-line access to vendors' schedule
       interest as determined by the ordering                   prices with ordering information. GSA
       agency, the Contractor’s participation in                Advantage! will allow the user to perform various
       such order may be restricted in accordance               searches across all contracts including, but not
       with FAR Part 9.5.                                       limited to:
                                                                      (1) Manufacturer;
 (g) Documentation/Standards: The Contractor                          (2) Manufacturer's Part Number;
     may be requested to provide products or                              and
     services in accordance with rules,                               (3) Product categories.
     regulations, OMB orders, standards and
                                                                Agencies can browse GSA Advantage! by
     documentation as specified by the agency’s                 accessing the Internet World Wide Web utilizing
     order.                                                     a browser (ex.: NetScape). The Internet address
                                                                is http://www.fss.gsa.gov.
 (h) Data/Deliverable Requirements: Any
     required data/deliverables at the ordering                 17. PURCHASE OF OPEN MARKET ITEMS




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 NOTE: Open Market Items are also known as                          literature, description, drawings and/or
 incidental items, noncontract items, non-                          specifications furnished by the Contractor.
 Schedule items, and items not on a Federal                     b. The above is not intended to encompass
 Supply Schedule contract. ODCs (Other Direct                   items not currently covered by the GSA Schedule
 Costs) are not part of this contract and should be             contract.
 treated as open market purchases. Ordering
 Activities procuring open market items must
 follow FAR 8.402(f).                                           19. OVERSEAS ACTIVITIES

 For administrative convenience, an ordering                    The terms and conditions of this contract shall
 activity contracting officer may add items not on              apply to all orders for installation, maintenance
 the Federal Supply Multiple Award Schedule                     and repair of equipment in areas listed in the
 (MAS) -- referred to as open market items -- to a              pricelist outside the 48 contiguous states and the
 Federal Supply Schedule blanket purchase                       District of Columbia, except as indicated below:
 agreement (BPA) or an individual task or delivery              For Alaska, Hawaii, the Commonwealth of Puerto
 order, only if-                                                Rico, and all overseas locations, the FOB point is
 (1) All applicable acquisition regulations                     designated to the point of embarkation within
 pertaining to the purchase of the items not on the             CONUS or FOB origin if Technology
 Federal Supply Schedule have been followed                     Advancement Group, Inc. (TAG) is required to
 (e.g., publicizing (Part 5), competition                       ship outside of CONUS through direct means.
 requirements (Part 6), acquisition of commercial               Delivery to all FPO/APO locations shall be made
 items (Part 12), contracting methods (Parts 13,                FOB destination to the point FPO/APO shipping
 14, and 15), and small business programs (Part                 point or a continental United Stats forwarder.
 19));
                                                                Upon request of the Contractor, the ordering
 (2) The ordering activity contracting officer has              activity may provide the Contractor with logistics
 determined the price for the items not on the                  support, as available, in accordance with all
 Federal Supply Schedule is fair and reasonable;                applicable ordering activity regulations. Such
 (3) The items are clearly labeled on the order as              ordering activity support will be provided on a
 items not on the Federal Supply Schedule; and                  reimbursable basis, and will only be provided to
                                                                the Contractor's technical personnel whose
 (4) All clauses applicable to items not on                     services are exclusively required for the
 the Federal Supply Schedule are included in                    fulfillment of the terms and conditions of this
 the order.                                                     contract.

 18. CONTRACTOR COMMITMENTS,                                    20. BLANKET PURCHASE AGREEMENTS (BPAs)
 WARRANTIES AND REPRESENTATIONS
                                                                The use of BPAs under any schedule contract to
 a. For the purpose of this contract,                           fill repetitive needs for supplies or services is
 commitments, warranties and representations                    allowable. BPAs may be established with one or
 include, in addition to those agreed to for the                more schedule contractors. The number of BPAs
 entire schedule contract:                                      to be established is within the discretion of the
     (1) Time of delivery/installation quotations               ordering activity establishing the BPA and should
     for individual orders;                                     be based on a strategy that is expected to
     (2) Technical representations and/or                       maximize the effectiveness of the BPA(s).
     warranties of products concerning                          Ordering activities shall follow FAR 8.405-3 when
     performance, total system performance                      creating and implementing BPA(s).
     and/or configuration, physical, design and/or
     functional characteristics and capabilities of a
                                                                21. CONTRACTOR TEAM ARRANGEMENTS
     product/equipment/ service/software package
     submitted in response to requirements which                Contractors participating in contractor team
     result in orders under this schedule contract.             arrangements must abide by all terms and
     (3) Any representations and/or warranties                  conditions of their respective contracts. This
     concerning the products made in any                        includes compliance with Clauses 552.238-74,
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 each contractor (team member) must report sales                follow the terms of the applicable schedule and
 and remit the IFF for all products and services                authorization and include with each order –
 provided under its individual contract.                        (a) A copy of the authorization from the ordering
                                                                activity with whom the contractor has the prime
                                                                contract (unless a copy was previously furnished
 22. INSTALLATION, DEINSTALLATION,                              to the Federal Supply Schedule contractor); and
 REINSTALLATION                                                 (b) The following statement:
                                                                This order is placed under written authorization
 The Davis-Bacon Act (40 U.S.C. 276a-276a-7)                    from _______ dated _______. In the event of
 provides that contracts in excess of $2,000 to                 any inconsistency between the terms and
 which the United States or the District of                     conditions of this order and those of your Federal
 Columbia is a party for construction, alteration, or           Supply Schedule contract, the latter will govern.
 repair (including painting and decorating) of
 public buildings or public works with the United               25. INSURANCE - WORK ON A GOVERNMENT
 States, shall contain a clause that no laborer or              INSTALLATION (JAN 1997)(FAR 52.228-5)
 mechanic employed directly upon the site of the
 work shall received less than the prevailing wage               (a) The Contractor shall, at its own expense,
 rates as determined by the Secretary of Labor.                 provide and maintain during the entire
 The requirements of the Davis-Bacon Act do not                 performance of this contract, at least the kinds
 apply if the construction work is incidental to the            and minimum amounts of insurance required in
 furnishing of supplies, equipment, or services.                the Schedule or elsewhere in the contract.
 For example, the requirements do not apply to
 simple installation or alteration of a public                  (b) Before commencing work under this contract,
 building or public work that is incidental to                  the Contractor shall notify the Contracting Officer
 furnishing supplies or equipment under a supply                in writing that the required insurance has been
 contract. However, if the construction, alteration             obtained. The policies evidencing required
 or repair is segregable and exceeds $2,000, then               insurance shall contain an endorsement to the
 the requirements of the Davis-Bacon Act applies.               effect that any cancellation or any material
 The ordering activity issuing the task order                   change adversely affecting the Government's
 against this contract will be responsible for proper           interest shall not be effective—
 administration and enforcement of the Federal
 labor standards covered by the Davis-Bacon Act.                    (1) For such period as the laws of the State
 The proper Davis-Bacon wage determination will                     in which this contract is to be performed
 be issued by the ordering activity at the time a                   prescribe; or
 request for quotations is made for applicable
 construction classified installation, deinstallation,              (2) Until 30 days after the insurer or
 and reinstallation services under SIN 132-8.                       the Contractor gives written notice to
                                                                    the Contracting Officer, whichever period
 23. SECTION 508 COMPLIANCE                                         is longer.

 If applicable, Section 508 compliance information              (c) The Contractor shall insert the substance of
 on the supplies and services in this contract are              this clause, including this paragraph (c), in
 available in Electronic and Information                        subcontracts under this contract that require work
 Technology (EIT) at the following: N/A                         on a Government installation and shall require
                                                                subcontractors to provide and maintain the
 The EIT standard can be found at:                              insurance required in the Schedule or elsewhere
 www.Section508.gov/.                                           in the contract. The Contractor shall maintain a
                                                                copy of all subcontractors' proofs of required
                                                                insurance, and shall make copies available to the
 24. PRIME CONTRACTOR ORDERING FROM                             Contracting Officer upon request.
 FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULES.

  Prime Contractors (on cost reimbursement
 contracts) placing orders under Federal Supply
 Schedules, on behalf of an ordering activity, shall



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 26. SOFTWARE INTEROPERABILITY                                  27. ADVANCE PAYMENTS

 Offerors are encouraged to identify within their               A payment under this contract to provide a
 software items any component interfaces that                   service or deliver an article for the United States
 support open standard interoperability. An item’s              Government may not be more than the value of
 interface may be identified as interoperable on                the service already provided or the article already
 the basis of participation in a Government                     delivered. Advance or pre-payment is not
 agency-sponsored program or in an independent                  authorized or allowed under this contract. (31
 organization program. Interfaces may be                        U.S.C. 3324)
 identified by reference to an interface registered
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         TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO PURCHASE OF
  GENERAL PURPOSE COMMERCIAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
                    (SPECIAL ITEM NUMBER 132-8)

 1.       MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP                              The requirements of the Davis-Bacon Act do not
 All equipment furnished hereunder must                         apply if the construction work is incidental to the
 satisfactorily perform the function for which it is            furnishing of supplies, equipment, or services.
 intended.                                                      For example, the requirements do not apply to
                                                                simple installation or alteration of a public
 2.       ORDER                                                 building or public work that is incidental to
 Written orders, EDI orders (GSA Advantage! and                 furnishing supplies or equipment under a supply
 FACNET), credit card orders, and orders placed                 contract. However, if the construction, alteration
 under blanket purchase agreements (BPA)                        or repair is segregable and exceeds $2,000, then
 agreements shall be the basis for purchase in                  the requirements of the Davis-Bacon Act applies.
 accordance with the provisions of this contract. If            The ordering activity issuing the task order
 time of delivery extends beyond the expiration                 against this contract will be responsible for proper
 date of the contract, the Contractor will be                   administration and enforcement of the Federal
 obligated to meet the delivery and installation                labor standards covered by the Davis-Bacon Act.
 date specified in the original order.                          The proper Davis-Bacon wage determination will
 For credit card orders and BPAs, telephone                     be issued by the ordering activity at the time a
 orders are permissible.                                        request for quotations is made for applicable
                                                                construction classified installation, deinstallation,
 3.       TRANSPORTATION OF EQUIPMENT                           and reinstallation services under SIN 132-8.
 FOB DESTINATION.                                               c.        OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE
 Prices cover equipment delivery to destination,                MANUALS. The Contractor shall furnish the
 for any location within the geographic scope of                ordering activity with one (1) copy of all operating
 this contract.                                                 and maintenance manuals which are normally
                                                                provided with the equipment being purchased.
 4.    INSTALLATION AND TECHNICAL
 SERVICES                                                       5.        INSPECTION/ACCEPTANCE
                                                                The Contractor shall only tender for acceptance
 a.       INSTALLATION. When the equipment                      those items that conform to the requirements of
 provided under this contract is not normally self-             this contract. The ordering activity reserves the
 installable, the Contractor's technical personnel              right to inspect or test any equipment that has
 shall be available to the ordering activity, at the            been tendered for acceptance. The ordering
 ordering activity's location, to install the                   activity may require repair or replacement of
 equipment and to train ordering activity personnel             nonconforming equipment at no increase in
 in the use and maintenance of the equipment.                   contract price. The ordering activity must
 The charges, if any, for such services are listed              exercise its postacceptance rights (1) within a
 below, or in the price schedule:                               reasonable time after the defect was discovered
                                                                or should have been discovered; and (2) before
 All items are self installable.                                any substantial change occurs in the condition of
                                                                the item, unless the change is due to the defect
 The Davis-Bacon Act (40 U.S.C. 276a-276a-7)                    in the item.
 provides that contracts in excess of $2,000 to
 which the United States or the District of
 Columbia is a party for construction, alteration, or           6.      WARRANTY
 repair (including painting and decorating) of
 public buildings or public works with the United               a.        Unless specified otherwise in this
 States, shall contain a clause that no laborer or              contract, the Contractor’s standard commercial
 mechanic employed directly upon the site of the                warranty as stated in the contract’s commercial
 work shall received less than the prevailing wage              pricelist will apply to this contract.
 rates as determined by the Secretary of Labor.



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 A copy of TAG’s Commercial Warranty is                       7.        PURCHASE PRICE FOR ORDERED
 included in the last Page of this Schedule.                  EQUIPMENT
                                                              The purchase price that the ordering activity will
 b.        The Contractor warrants and implies that           be charged will be the ordering activity purchase
 the items delivered hereunder are merchantable               price in effect at the time of order placement, or
 and fit for use for the particular purpose                   the ordering activity purchase price in effect on
 described in this contract.                                  the installation date (or delivery date when
 c.        Limitation of Liability. Except as                 installation is not applicable), whichever is less.
 otherwise provided by an express or implied
 warranty, the Contractor will not be liable to the           8.       RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE
 ordering activity for consequential damages                  CONTRACTOR
 resulting from any defect or deficiencies in                 The Contractor shall comply with all laws,
 accepted items.                                              ordinances, and regulations (Federal, State, City
 d.        If inspection and repair of defective              or otherwise) covering work of this character, and
 equipment under this warranty will be performed              shall include all costs, if any, of such compliance
 at the Contractor's plant, the address is as                 in the prices quoted in this offer.
 follows:
                                                              9.       TRADE-IN OF INFORMATION
                                                              TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
      Technology Advancement Group, Inc.                      When an ordering activity determines that
               22355 TAG Way                                  Information Technology equipment will be
            Dulles, VA 20166-9310                             replaced, the ordering activity shall follow the
                (703)406-3000                                 contracting policies and procedures in the
                (703)406-3892                                 Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), the
                (800) 824-7693                                policies and procedures regarding disposition of
                                                              information technology excess personal property
                                                              in the Federal Property Management Regulations
                                                              (FPMR) (41 CFR 101-43.6), and the policies and
                                                              procedures on exchange/sale contained in the
                                                              FPMR (41 CFR part 101-46).




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         TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO MAINTENANCE, REPAIR
      SERVICE AND REPAIR PARTS/SPARE PARTS FOR GOVERNMENT-OWNED
          GENERAL PURPOSE COMMERCIAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
           EQUIPMENT (AFTER EXPIRATION OF GUARANTEE/WARRANTY
         PROVISIONS AND/OR WHEN REQUIRED SERVICE IS NOT COVERED
      BY GUARANTEE/WARRANTY PROVISIONS) AND FOR LEASED EQUIPMENT
                       (SPECIAL ITEM NUMBER 132-12)


 1.       SERVICE AREAS                                        upon date, which will be written into the
                                                               maintenance order. Maintenance orders shall
 a.        The maintenance and repair service
                                                               not be made effective before the expiration of any
 rates listed herein are applicable to any ordering
                                                               applicable maintenance and parts
 activity location within a 50 mile radius of the
                                                               guarantee/warranty period associated with the
 TAG's service points. If any additional charge is
                                                               purchase of equipment. Orders for maintenance
 to apply because of the greater distance from the
                                                               service shall not extend beyond the end of the
 Contractor's service locations, the mileage rate or
                                                               contract period.
 other distance factor shall be stated in
 paragraphs 8.d and 9.d of this Special Item                   c.       Maintenance may be discontinued by the
 Number 132-12.                                                ordering activity on thirty (30) calendar days
                                                               written notice, or shorter notice when agreed to
 b.      When repair services cannot be
                                                               by the Contractor; such notice to become
 performed at the ordering activity installation site,
                                                               effective thirty (30) calendar days from the date
 the repair services will be performed at the
                                                               on the notification. However, the ordering activity
 Contractor's plant(s) listed below:
                                                               may extend the original discontinuance date
      Technology Advancement Group, Inc.                       upon written notice to the Contractor, provided
               22355 TAG Way                                   that such notice is furnished at least ten (10)
            Dulles, VA 20166-9310                              calendar days prior to the original discontinuance
                (703)406-3000                                  date.
                (703)406-3892
                                                               d.       Annual Funding. When annually
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                                                               appropriated funds are cited on a maintenance
                                                               order, the period of maintenance shall
                                                               automatically expire on September 30th of the
 2.       MAINTENANCE ORDER
                                                               contract period, or at the end of the contract
 a.       Agencies may use written orders, EDI                 period, whichever occurs first. Renewal of a
 orders, credit card orders, or BPAs, for ordering             maintenance order citing the new appropriation
 maintenance under this contract. The Contractor               shall be required, if maintenance is to continue
 shall confirm orders within fifteen (15) calendar             during any remainder of the contract period.
 days from the date of receipt, except that
                                                               e.       Cross-year Funding Within Contract
 confirmation of orders shall be considered
                                                               Period. Where an ordering activity's specific
 automatic for renewals for maintenance (Special
                                                               appropriation authority provides for funds in
 Item Number 132-12). Automatic acceptance of                  excess of a 12 month, fiscal year period, the
 order renewals for maintenance service shall                  ordering activity may place an order under this
 apply for machines which may have been
                                                               schedule contract for a period up to the expiration
 discontinued from use for temporary periods of
                                                               of the contract period, notwithstanding the
 time not longer than 120 calendar days. If the
                                                               intervening fiscal years.
 order is not confirmed by the Contractor as
 prescribed by this paragraph, the order shall be              f.        Ordering activities should notify the
 considered to be confirmed by the Contractor.                 Contractor in writing thirty (30) calendar days
                                                               prior to the expiration of maintenance service, if
 b.      The Contractor shall honor orders for
                                                               maintenance is to be terminated at that time.
 maintenance for the duration of the contract
                                                               Orders for continued maintenance will be
 period or a lessor period of time, for the
                                                               required if maintenance is to be continued during
 equipment shown in the pricelist. Maintenance                 the subsequent period.
 service shall commence on a mutually agreed


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                                                                       necessary to place the equipment in
                                                                       proper operating condition are to be
  3.   REPAIR SERVICE AND REPAIR
                                                                       borne by the ordering activity, in
  PARTS/SPARE PARTS ORDERS
                                                                       accordance with the provisions of Special
 a.       Agencies may use written orders, EDI                         Item Number 132-12 (or outside the
 orders, credit card orders, blanket purchase                          scope of this contract).
 agreements (BPAs), or small order procedures
 for ordering repair service and/or repair
 parts/spare parts under this contract. Orders for             6.   RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE
 repair service shall not extend beyond the end of             ORDERING ACTIVITY
 the contract period.
                                                               a.      Ordering activity personnel shall not
 b.       When repair service is ordered, only one             perform maintenance or attempt repairs to
 chargeable repairman shall be dispatched to                   equipment while such equipment is under the
 perform repair service, unless the ordering                   purview of a maintenance order, unless agreed to
 activity agrees, in advance, that additional repair           by the Contractor.
 personnel are required to effect repairs.
                                                               b.      Subject to security regulations, the
                                                               ordering activity shall permit access to the
                                                               equipment which is to be maintained or repaired.
 4.       LOSS OR DAMAGE
 When the Contractor removes equipment to his
 establishment for repairs, the Contractor shall be            7.      RESPONSIBILITIES OF TAG
 responsible for any damage or loss, from the time
                                                               For equipment not covered by a maintenance
 the equipment is removed from the ordering
                                                               contract or warranty, the Contractor's repair
 activity installation, until the equipment is
                                                               service personnel shall complete repairs as soon
 returned to such installation.
                                                               as possible after notification by the ordering
                                                               activity that service is required. Within the
                                                               service areas, this repair service should normally
 5.       SCOPE
                                                               be done within 4 hours after notification.
 a.      The Contractor shall provide
 maintenance for all equipment listed herein, as
 requested by the ordering activity during the                 8.      MAINTENANCE RATE PROVISIONS
 contract term. Repair service and repair
                                                               a.       The Contractor shall bear all costs of
 parts/spare parts shall apply exclusively to the
                                                               maintenance, including labor, parts, and such
 equipment types/models within the scope of this
                                                               other expenses as are necessary to keep the
 Information Technology Schedule.
                                                               equipment in good operating condition, provided
 b.      Equipment placed under maintenance                    that the required repairs are not occasioned by
 service shall be in good operating condition.                 fault or negligence of the ordering activity.
          (1)     In order to determine that the               b.       REGULAR HOURS
          equipment is in good operating condition,            The basic monthly rate for each make and model
          the equipment shall be subject to                    of equipment shall entitle the ordering activity to
          inspection by the Contractor, without                maintenance service during a mutually agreed
          charge to the ordering activity.                     upon nine (9) hour principal period of
                                                               maintenance, Monday through Friday, exclusive
          (2)      Costs of any repairs performed
                                                               of holidays observed at the ordering activity
          for the purpose of placing the equipment
                                                               location.
          in good operating condition shall be
          borne by the Contractor, if the equipment            c.      AFTER HOURS
          was under the Contractor's                           Should the ordering activity require that
          guarantee/warranty or maintenance                    maintenance be performed outside of Regular
          responsibility prior to the effective date of        Hours, charges for such maintenance, if any, will
          the maintenance order.                               be specified in the pricelist. Periods of less than
                                                               one hour will be prorated to the nearest quarter
          (3)    If the equipment was not under
                                                               hour.
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                                                               (1)  AT THE CONTRACTOR'S
 d.       TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION                            SHOP
 If any charge is to apply, over and above the
                                                                       (a)       When equipment is
 regular maintenance rates, because of the
                                                                       returned to the Contractor's shop
 distance between the ordering activity location
                                                                       for adjustments or repairs which
 and the Contractor's service area, the charge will
                                                                       are not covered by the
 be:
                                                                       guarantee/warranty provision,
 Travel charge based on prevailing IRS per mile                        the cost of transportation,
 rates for repairmen will apply to the roundtrip                       packing, etc., from the ordering
 distance between the geographical limits of the                       activity location to the
 applicable service area and the Government                            Contractor's plant, and return to
 location as stated in 9.C.(3) (a) and (b) and per                     the ordering activity location,
 the Labor Rates in 9.D of this Special Item                           shall be borne by the ordering
 Number 132-12.                                                        activity.
                                                                       (b)     The ordering activity
 e.       QUANTITY DISCOUNTS                                           should not return defective
                                                                       equipment to the Contractor for
 Quantity discounts from listed maintenance
                                                                       adjustments and repairs or
 service rates for multiple equipment owned
                                                                       replacement without his prior
 and/or leased by a ordering activity are indicated
                                                                       consultation and instruction.
 below:
                                                               (2)    AT THE ORDERING ACTIVITY
                 Quantity Range
                                                               LOCATION (Within Established Service
          Discounts
                                                               Areas)
                ________ Units
                                                               When equipment is repaired at the
          ________%
                                                               ordering activity location, and repair
                ________ Units
                                                               service rates are established for service
          ________%
                                                               areas or zones, the listed rates are
                ________ Units
                                                               applicable to any ordering activity
          ________%
                                                               location within such service areas or
                                                               zones. No extra charge, time, or
                                                               expense will be allowed for travel or
 9.       REPAIR SERVICE RATE PROVISIONS
                                                               transportation of repairmen or machines
 a.        CHARGES. Charges for repair service                 to or from the ordering activity office;
 will include the labor charge, computed at the                such overhead is included in the repair
 rates set forth below, for the time during which              service rates listed.
 repairmen are actually engaged in work, and,
                                                               (3)    AT THE ORDERING ACTIVITY
 when applicable, the charge for travel or
                                                               LOCATION (Outside Established Service
 transportation.
                                                               Areas)
 b.      MULTIPLE MACHINES. When repairs                               (a)      The repair service rates
 are ordered by a ordering activity on two or more                     listed for subparagraph (2) above
 machines located in one or more buildings within
                                                                       apply, except that a travel charge
 walking distance of each other, the charges will                      of prevailing IRS approved rate
 be computed from the time the repairman
                                                                       per mile for repairmen will apply
 commences work on the first machine, until the                        to the round-trip distance
 work is completed on the last machine. The time                       between the geographic limits of
 required to go from one machine to another, or
                                                                       the applicable service area and
 from one building to another, will be considered
                                                                       the ordering activity location.
 actual work performance, and chargeable to the
                                                                       Such charge will apply as an
 ordering activity, provided the time consumed in
                                                                       additional charge, but it will be
 going between machines (or buildings) is                              limited to one round trip for each
 reasonable.                                                           request that is made by the
 c.       TRAVEL OR TRANSPORTATION                                     ordering activity for repair
                                                                       service, regardless of whether


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                   repairs are performed at the                        When the ordering activity requires that
                   ordering activity location or at the                repair service be performed on Sundays
                   Contractor's shop.                                  and Holidays observed at the ordering
                                                                       activity location, the Sundays and
                   (b)      When the overall travel
                                                                       Holidays repair service rates listed herein
                   charge computed at the above
                                                                       shall apply. When repair service is
                   mileage rate is unreasonable
                                                                       requested to be performed during
                   (considering the time required for
                                                                       Regular Hours and/or After Hours, but is
                   travel, actual and necessary
                                                                       performed at the convenience of the
                   transportation costs, and the
                                                                       Contractor on Sundays or Holidays
                   allowable ordering activity per
                                                                       observed at the ordering activity location,
                   diem rate for each night the
                                                                       the Regular Hours and/or After Hours
                   repairman is required to remain
                                                                       repair service rates, as applicable, shall
                   overnight at the ordering activity
                                                                       apply.
                   location), the ordering activity
                   shall have the option of
                   reimbursing the Contractor for
                                                               REPAIR SERVICE RATES
                   actual costs, provided that the
                   actual costs are reasonable and             Location       Minimum             Regular          After
                   allowable. The Contractor shall                            Charge*             Hours           Hours
                   furnish the ordering activity with
                   a report of travel performed and
                                                               TAG, Dulles       $40.00          $72.00         $150.00
                   related expenses incurred. The
                   report shall include departure
                   and arrival dates, times, and the
                   applicable mode of travel.                  ORDERING    $150.00               $75.00          $150.00
                                                               ACTIVITY
 d.       LABOR RATES                                          LOCATION
                                                               (WITHIN
          (1)      REGULAR HOURS                               ESTABLISHED
                                                               SERVICE AREAS)
          The Regular Hours repair service rates
          listed herein shall entitle the ordering             ORDERING     $150.00              $150.00         $150.00
          activity to repair service during the period         ACTIVITY
          8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through               LOCATION
          Friday, exclusive of holidays observed at            (OUTSIDE
          the ordering activity location. There shall          ESTABLISHED
                                                               SERVICE AREAS)
          be no additional charge for repair service
          which was requested during Regular                   *MINIMUM CHARGES INCLUDE ½ or 2 (two) FULL
          Hours, but performed outside the                     HOURS ON THE JOB.
          Regular Hours defined above, at the
          convenience of the Contractor.                       **FRACTIONAL HOURS, AT THE END OF THE JOB,
                                                               WILL BE PRORATED TO THE NEAREST QUARTER
          (2)      AFTER HOURS                                 HOUR.
          When the ordering activity requires that
          repair service be performed outside the
          Regular Hours defined above, except                  10.   REPAIR PARTS/SPARE PARTS RATE
          Sundays and Holidays observed at the                 PROVISIONS
          ordering activity location, the After Hours          All parts, furnished as spares or as repair parts in
          repair service rates listed herein shall             connection with the repair of equipment, unless
          apply. The Regular Hours rates defined               otherwise indicated in this pricelist, shall be new,
          above shall apply when repair service is             standard parts manufactured by the equipment
          requested during Regular Hours, but                  manufacturer. All parts shall be furnished at
          performed After Hours at the                         prices indicated in the Contractor's commercial
          convenience of the Contractor.                       pricelist dated current to support the products
          (3)      SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS                        available at time of ordering at a discount of 3%
                                                               from such listed prices.



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                                                               12.     INVOICES AND PAYMENTS
 11.   GUARANTEE/WARRANTY—REPAIR                               a.      Maintenance Service
 SERVICE AND REPAIR PARTS/SPARE PARTS
                                                                       (1)      Invoices for maintenance service
 a.       REPAIR SERVICE                                               shall be submitted by the Contractor on a
                                                                       quarterly or monthly basis, after the
 All repair work will be guaranteed/warranted for a
                                                                       completion of such period. Maintenance
 period of 90 Calendar days.
                                                                       charges must be paid in arrears (31
                                                                       U.S.C. 3324). PROMPT PAYMENT
                                                                       DISCOUNT, IF APPLICABLE, SHALL
 b.       REPAIR PARTS/SPARE PARTS                                     BE SHOWN ON THE INVOICE.
 All parts, furnished either as spares or repairs                      (2)      Payment for maintenance
 parts will be guaranteed/warranted for a period
                                                                       service of less than one month's duration
 of one year.
                                                                       shall be prorated at 1/30th of the monthly
                                                                       rate for each calendar day.
                                                               b.      Repair Service and Repair Parts/Spare
                                                               Parts
                                                               Invoices for repair service and parts shall be
                                                               submitted by the Contractor as soon as possible
                                                               after completion of work. Payment under blanket
                                                               purchase agreements will be made quarterly or
                                                               monthly, except where cash payment procedures
                                                               are used. Invoices shall be submitted separately
                                                               to each ordering activity office ordering services
                                                               under the contract. The cost of repair parts shall
                                                               be shown as a separate item on the invoice, and
                                                               shall be priced in accordance with paragraph
                                                               #10, above. PROMPT PAYMENT DISCOUNT,
                                                               IF APPLICABLE, SHALL BE SHOWN ON THE
                                                               INVOICE.




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      TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)
            PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (SPECIAL ITEM NUMBER 132-51)

 1.       SCOPE                                                of funds and the period for which funds are
                                                               available.
 a.      The prices, terms and conditions stated
 under Special Item Number 132-51 Information                  b.       All task orders are subject to the terms
 Technology Professional Services and Special                  and conditions of the contract. In the event of
 Item Number 132-52 Electronic Commerce                        conflict between a task order and the contract,
 Services apply exclusively to IT Services within              the contract will take precedence.
 the scope of this Information Technology
 Schedule.
                                                               4.      PERFORMANCE OF SERVICES
 b.        The Contractor shall provide services at
 the Contractor’s facility and/or at the ordering              a.     The Contractor shall commence
 activity location, as agreed to by the Contractor             performance of services on the date agreed to by
 and the ordering activity.                                    the Contractor and the ordering activity.
                                                               b.      The Contractor agrees to render services
                                                               only during normal working hours, unless
 2.       PERFORMANCE INCENTIVES
                                                               otherwise agreed to by the Contractor and the
 a.       Performance incentives may be agreed                 ordering activity.
 upon between the Contractor and the ordering
                                                               c.        The ordering activity should include the
 activity on individual fixed price orders or Blanket
                                                               criteria for satisfactory completion for each task in
 Purchase Agreements under this contract in
                                                               the Statement of Work or Delivery Order.
 accordance with this clause.
                                                               Services shall be completed in a good and
 b.      The ordering activity must establish a                workmanlike manner.
 maximum performance incentive price for these
                                                               d.       Any Contractor travel required in the
 services and/or total solutions on individual
                                                               performance of IT Services must comply with the
 orders or Blanket Purchase Agreements.
                                                               Federal Travel Regulation or Joint Travel
 c.        Incentives should be designed to relate             Regulations, as applicable, in effect on the
 results achieved by the contractor to specified               date(s) the travel is performed. Established
 targets. To the maximum extent practicable,                   Federal Government per diem rates will apply to
 ordering activities shall consider establishing               all Contractor travel. Contractors cannot use
 incentives where performance is critical to the               GSA city pair contracts.
 ordering activity’s mission and incentives are
 likely to motivate the contractor. Incentives shall
 be based on objectively measurable tasks.                     5.       STOP-WORK ORDER (FAR 52.242-15)
                                                               (AUG 1989)
                                                               (a)      The Contracting Officer may, at any time,
 3.       ORDER                                                by written order to the Contractor, require the
 a.       Agencies may use written orders, EDI                 Contractor to stop all, or any part, of the work
 orders, blanket purchase agreements, individual               called for by this contract for a period of 90 days
 purchase orders, or task orders for ordering                  after the order is delivered to the Contractor, and
 services under this contract. Blanket Purchase                for any further period to which the parties may
 Agreements shall not extend beyond the end of                 agree. The order shall be specifically identified as
 the contract period; all services and delivery shall          a stop-work order issued under this clause. Upon
 be made and the contract terms and conditions                 receipt of the order, the Contractor shall
 shall continue in effect until the completion of the          immediately comply with its terms and take all
 order. Orders for tasks which extend beyond the               reasonable steps to minimize the incurrence of
 fiscal year for which funds are available shall               costs allocable to the work covered by the order
 include FAR 52.232-19 (Deviation – May 2003)                  during the period of work stoppage. Within a
 Availability of Funds for the Next Fiscal Year.               period of 90 days after a stop-work is delivered to
 The purchase order shall specify the availability             the Contractor, or within any extension of that




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 period to which the parties shall have agreed, the            applies to time-and-materials and labor-hour
 Contracting Officer shall either-                             orders placed under this contract.
          (1)      Cancel the stop-work order; or
                                                               7.   RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE
          (2)     Terminate the work covered by                CONTRACTOR
          the order as provided in the Default, or             The Contractor shall comply with all laws,
          the Termination for Convenience of the               ordinances, and regulations (Federal, State, City,
          Government, clause of this contract.                 or otherwise) covering work of this character. If
                                                               the end product of a task order is software, then
 (b)      If a stop-work order issued under this               FAR 52.227-14 (Deviation – May 2003) Rights in
 clause is canceled or the period of the order or              Data – General, may apply.
 any extension thereof expires, the Contractor
 shall resume work. The Contracting Officer shall
 make an equitable adjustment in the delivery                  8.   RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE
 schedule or contract price, or both, and the                  ORDERING ACTIVITY
 contract shall be modified, in writing, accordingly,          Subject to security regulations, the ordering
 if-                                                           activity shall permit Contractor access to all
          (1)     The stop-work order results in an            facilities necessary to perform the requisite IT
          increase in the time required for, or in the         Services.
          Contractor's cost properly allocable to,
          the performance of any part of this                  9.      INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
          contract; and
                                                               All IT Services performed by the Contractor
                                                               under the terms of this contract shall be as an
          (2)      The Contractor asserts its right
                                                               independent Contractor, and not as an agent or
          to the adjustment within 30 days after the           employee of the ordering activity.
          end of the period of work stoppage;
          provided, that, if the Contracting Officer
          decides the facts justify the action, the            10.   ORGANIZATIONAL CONFLICTS OF
          Contracting Officer may receive and act              INTEREST
          upon the claim submitted at any time                 a.      Definitions.
          before final payment under this contract.
                                                               ―Contractor‖ means the person, firm,
 (c)      If a stop-work order is not canceled and             unincorporated association, joint venture,
 the work covered by the order is terminated for               partnership, or corporation that is a party to this
 the convenience of the Government, the                        contract.
 Contracting Officer shall allow reasonable costs              ―Contractor and its affiliates‖ and ―Contractor or
 resulting from the stop-work order in arriving at             its affiliates‖ refers to the Contractor, its chief
 the termination settlement.                                   executives, directors, officers, subsidiaries,
 (d)      If a stop-work order is not canceled and             affiliates, subcontractors at any tier, and
 the work covered by the order is terminated for               consultants and any joint venture involving the
 default, the Contracting Officer shall allow, by              Contractor, any entity into or with which the
 equitable adjustment or otherwise, reasonable                 Contractor subsequently merges or affiliates, or
 costs resulting from the stop-work order.                     any other successor or assignee of the
                                                               Contractor.

 6.       INSPECTION OF SERVICES                               An ―Organizational conflict of interest‖ exists
                                                               when the nature of the work to be performed
 The Inspection of Services–Fixed Price (AUG                   under a proposed ordering activity contract,
 1996) (Deviation – May 2003) clause at FAR                    without some restriction on ordering activities by
 52.246-4 applies to firm-fixed price orders placed            the Contractor and its affiliates, may either (i)
 under this contract. The Inspection–                          result in an unfair competitive advantage to the
 Time-and-Materials and Labor-Hour (JAN 1986)                  Contractor or its affiliates or (ii) impair the
 (Deviation – May 2003) clause at FAR 52.246-6                 Contractor’s or its affiliates’ objectivity in
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 b.        To avoid an organizational or financial
 conflict of interest and to avoid prejudicing the             14.     INCIDENTAL SUPPORT COSTS
 best interests of the ordering activity, ordering             Incidental support costs are available outside the
 activities may place restrictions on the                      scope of this contract. The costs will be
 Contractors, its affiliates, chief executives,                negotiated separately with the ordering activity in
 directors, subsidiaries and subcontractors at any             accordance with the guidelines set forth in the
 tier when placing orders against schedule                     FAR.
 contracts. Such restrictions shall be consistent
 with FAR 9.505 and shall be designed to avoid,
 neutralize, or mitigate organizational conflicts of           15.     APPROVAL OF SUBCONTRACTS
 interest that might otherwise exist in situations             The ordering activity may require that the
 related to individual orders placed against the               Contractor receive, from the ordering activity's
 schedule contract. Examples of situations, which              Contracting Officer, written consent before
 may require restrictions, are provided at FAR                 placing any subcontract for furnishing any of the
 9.508.                                                        work called for in a task order.


 11.      INVOICES                                             16.   DESCRIPTION OF IT SERVICES
 The Contractor, upon completion of the work                   AND PRICING
 ordered, shall submit invoices for IT services.
 Progress payments may be authorized by the                    a.        The Contractor shall provide a
 ordering activity on individual orders if                     description of each type of IT Service offered
 appropriate. Progress payments shall be based                 under Special Item Numbers 132-51 and 132-52.
 upon completion of defined milestones or interim              IT Services should be presented in the same
 products. Invoices shall be submitted monthly for             manner as the Contractor sells to its commercial
 recurring services performed during the                       and other ordering activity customers. If the
 preceding month.                                              Contractor is proposing hourly rates, a
                                                               description of all corresponding commercial job
                                                               titles (labor categories) for those individuals who
 12.      PAYMENTS                                             will perform the service should be provided.
 For firm-fixed price orders the ordering activity             b.       Pricing for all IT Services shall be in
 shall pay the Contractor, upon submission of                  accordance with the Contractor’s customary
 proper invoices or vouchers, the prices stipulated            commercial practices; e.g., hourly rates, monthly
 in this contract for service rendered and                     rates, term rates, and/or fixed prices.
 accepted. Progress payments shall be made
 only when authorized by the order. For                        The following is an example of the manner in
 time-and-materials orders, the Payments under                 which the description of a commercial job title
 Time-and-Materials and Labor-Hour Contracts at                should be presented:
 FAR 52.232-7 (DEC 2002), (Alternate II – Feb                  EXAMPLE: Commercial Job Title: System Engineer
 2002) (Deviation – May 2003) applies to
 time-and-materials orders placed under this                   Minimum/General Experience: Three (3) years of
 contract. For labor-hour orders, the Payment                  technical experience which applies to systems
 under Time-and-Materials and Labor-Hour                       analysis and design techniques for complex
 Contracts at FAR 52.232-7 (DEC 2002),                         computer systems. Requires competence in all
 (Alternate II – Feb 2002) (Deviation – May 2003))             phases of systems analysis techniques, concepts
 applies to labor-hour orders placed under this                and methods; also requires knowledge of
 contract.                                                     available hardware, system software, input/output
                                                               devices, structure and management practices.
                                                               Functional Responsibility: Guides users in
 13.      RESUMES
                                                               formulating requirements, advises alternative
 Resumes shall be provided to the GSA                          approaches, conducts feasibility studies.
 Contracting Officer or the user ordering activity
 upon request.                                                 Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree in
                                                               Computer Science




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         USA COMMITMENT TO PROMOTE SMALL BUSINESS PARTICIPATION
                        PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS

 Technology Advancement Group, Inc., provides commercial products and services to ordering activities.
 We are committed to promoting participation of small, small disadvantaged and women-owned small
 businesses in our contracts. We pledge to provide opportunities to the small business community
 through reselling opportunities, mentor-protégé programs, joint ventures, teaming arrangements, and
 subcontracting.
                                               OUR COMMITMENT
 To actively seek and partner with small businesses.
 To identify, qualify, mentor and develop small, small disadvantaged and women-owned small businesses
 by purchasing from these businesses whenever practical.
 To develop and promote company policy initiatives that demonstrate our support for awarding contracts
 and subcontracts to small business concerns.
 To undertake significant efforts to determine the potential of small, small disadvantaged and women-
 owned small business to supply products and services to our company.
 To insure procurement opportunities are designed to permit the maximum possible participation of small,
 small disadvantaged, and women-owned small businesses.
 To attend business opportunity workshops, minority business enterprise seminars, trade fairs,
 procurement conferences, etc., to identify and increase small businesses with whom to partner.
 To publicize in our marketing publications our interest in meeting small businesses that may be interested
 in subcontracting opportunities.
 We signify our commitment to work in partnership with small, small disadvantaged and women-owned
 small businesses to promote and increase their participation in ordering activity contracts. To accelerate
 potential opportunities please contact Steve Griffith, 703.889.1627, steve.griffith@tag.com,703.948.9720.




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                       BEST VALUE BLANKET PURCHASE AGREEMENT
                              FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE

  (Insert Customer Name)
 In the spirit of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act (ordering activity) and Technology Advancement
 Group, Inc. enter into a cooperative agreement to further reduce the administrative costs of acquiring
 commercial items from the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule Contract(s)
 GS-35F-5822H.
 Federal Supply Schedule contract BPAs eliminate contracting and open market costs such as: search for
 sources; the development of technical documents, solicitations and the evaluation of offers. Teaming
 Arrangements are permitted with Federal Supply Schedule Contractors in accordance with Federal
 Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 9.6.
 This BPA will further decrease costs, reduce paperwork, and save time by eliminating the need for
 repetitive, individual purchases from the schedule contract. The end result is to create a purchasing
 mechanism for the ordering activity that works better and costs less.


 Signatures



 Ordering Activity                   Date                     Contractor               Date




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                                                                             BPA NUMBER_____________
                                            (CUSTOMER NAME)
                                      BLANKET PURCHASE AGREEMENT

 Pursuant to GSA Federal Supply Schedule Contract Number(s) GS-35F-5822H, Blanket Purchase
 Agreements, the Contractor agrees to the following terms of a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA)
 EXCLUSIVELY WITH (ordering activity):
 (1)     The following contract items can be ordered under this BPA. All orders placed against this BPA
 are subject to the terms and conditions of the contract, except as noted below:
          MODEL NUMBER/PART NUMBER                             *SPECIAL BPA DISCOUNT/PRICE




 (2)      Delivery:
          DESTINATION                                          DELIVERY SCHEDULES / DATES




 (3)      The ordering activity estimates, but does not guarantee, that the volume of purchases through
 this agreement will be _________________________.
 (4)      This BPA does not obligate any funds.
 (5)      This BPA expires on _________________ or at the end of the contract period, whichever is
 earlier.
 (6)      The following office(s) is hereby authorized to place orders under this BPA:
          OFFICE                                               POINT OF CONTACT




 (7)      Orders will be placed against this BPA via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), FAX, or paper.
 (8)      Unless otherwise agreed to, all deliveries under this BPA must be accompanied by delivery
 tickets or sales slips that must contain the following information as a minimum:
          (a)      Name of Contractor;
          (b)      Contract Number;
          (c)      BPA Number;
          (d)      Model Number or National Stock Number (NSN);
          (e)      Purchase Order Number;
          (f)      Date of Purchase;
          (g)     Quantity, Unit Price, and Extension of Each Item (unit prices and extensions need not be
          shown when incompatible with the use of automated systems; provided, that the invoice is
          itemized to show the information); and
          (h)      Date of Shipment.



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 (9)     The requirements of a proper invoice are specified in the Federal Supply Schedule contract.
 Invoices will be submitted to the address specified within the purchase order transmission issued against
 this BPA.
 (10)     The terms and conditions included in this BPA apply to all purchases made pursuant to it. In the
 event of an inconsistency between the provisions of this BPA and the Contractor’s invoice, the provisions
 of this BPA will take precedence.




                                      BASIC GUIDELINES FOR USING
                                  “CONTRACTOR TEAM ARRANGEMENTS”

 Federal Supply Schedule Contractors may use ―Contractor Team Arrangements‖ (see FAR 9.6) to
 provide solutions when responding to a ordering activity requirements.
 These Team Arrangements can be included under a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). BPAs are
 permitted under all Federal Supply Schedule contracts.
 Orders under a Team Arrangement are subject to terms and conditions or the Federal Supply Schedule
 Contract.
 Participation in a Team Arrangement is limited to Federal Supply Schedule Contractors.
 Customers should refer to FAR 9.6 for specific details on Team Arrangements.
 Here is a general outline on how it works:
                  The customer identifies their requirements.
                  Federal Supply Schedule Contractors may individually meet the customers needs, or -
                  Federal Supply Schedule Contractors may individually submit a Schedules ―Team
                   Solution‖ to meet the customer’s requirement.
                  Customers make a best value selection.




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                                     TAG SERVERS
 TAG® SV-1002-X2 1U Dual Core Xeon Server- P/N 1006445:

 Chassis & power supply:
    1U (1.75‖) Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum alloy, strain hardened and stabilized rack-mount chassis
    Auto-sensing power supply (accepts power sources world-wide)
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    24‖ 1U Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 Intelligent fan controller:
    Acoustically optimized, environmentally aware

 Processor & Cache:
    (2) Intel Dual Core Xeon Processors 5148 with 4MB 2nd level cache

 Genuine Intel Dual Core Xeon Motherboard:
    Intel 5000P chipset, 1333MHz FSB
    On-board graphics with 16MB RAM
    (2) USB 2.0 ports
    (2) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse port
    Expandable to 32GB Fully Buffered RAM

 System components:
    2GB RAM
    (2) 250GB Removable SATA hard drives with rugged metal carriers & receivers
    Low-profile DVD±RW (DL)-RAM/CD-RW drive


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $18,497.51




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 TAG® SV-1000-THS 1U Tactical Hybrid Server – P/N 1004103:

 Chassis & power supply:
    1U Heavy-duty, .090 inch aluminum alloy, strain-hardened and stabilized rackmount chassis
    1.75‖H x 19‖W x 17‖D
    Auto-sensing Independently Cooled Power Supply (accepts power sources worldwide)
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    Provides proper air flow and extreme cooling (essential in a small footprint chassis)
    Front accessible on/off switches
    24‖ Locking slide rails (one pr.)

 Processor & cache:
 
          ®                 ®
     Intel 1.8GHz Pentium M Processor
    2MB 2nd level cache
    Heat sink

 Motherboard and on-board features:
 
              ®
     Pentium M embedded Flex-ATX Motherboard
 
                   ®         ®
     Accepts Intel Pentium M Processors, 400MHz FSB
 
          ®                    ®
     Intel 855GME and Intel 6300ESB Embedded chipset
 
          ®
     Intel Extreme Graphics controller
    (4) Serial ports (1 on motherboard I/O panel, 3 additional brought out to chassis rear)
    (2) USB ports, and One parallel port
    (3) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse port
    Expandable to 2GB ECC DDRAM

 System components:
    1GB ECC DDRAM
    80GB removable IDE hard drive with rugged metal carrier & receiver
    Low profile DVD-ROM/CD RW drive


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $8,269.32




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 TAG® SV-1001-THS 1U Core2 Duo THS Server – P/N 1006442:

 Chassis & power supply:
    1U Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum/Magnesium alloy, strain hardened and stabilized rack-mount chassis
    1.75‖H x 19‖W x not to exceed 20‖D
    Auto-sensing power supply (accepts power sources world-wide)
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    24‖ Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 Intelligent fan controller:
    Acoustically optimized, environmentally aware

 Processor & Cache:
    Intel T7400 2GHz Core2 Duo Processor with 4MB 2nd level cache

 Core Duo Embedded Motherboard:
    Accepts Intel Core2 Duo Processor, 667MHz FSB
    Intel 945GM and Intel ICH7R Embedded chipset
    Intel Graphics controller
    On-board Serial ATA controllers (supporting Serial ATA RAID 0/1/5/10)
    (4) USB 2.0 ports
    (1) Serial port
    (2) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse port
    (1) PCI-Express*16 slot
    Expandable to 4GB DDR2 RAM

 System components:
    2GB DDR2 DDRAM
    (2) 250GB Hot-swap, removable SATA hard drives with rugged metal carriers & receivers (hardware mirrored)
    PCI-Express*16 Graphics card w/ 256MB RAM
    Low-profile DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $10,454.01




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 TAG® SV-0100-THS “Small foot print” PC – P/N 1006287:

 Chassis:
    Rugged, small form factor chassis
    8‖W x 4‖H x 8‖D
    Capable of being mounted on a desk or a wall
    Cooling system specifically for harsh environments

 Processor & Cache:
    Intel T2500 Core Duo Processor
    667MHz FSB, 2MB 2nd level cache

 Core Duo Embedded Motherboard:
    Accepts Intel Core Duo/Core2 Duo Processor, 667MHz FSB
    Intel 945GM and Intel ICH7R Embedded chipset
    Intel Graphics controller
    On-board Serial ATA controllers (supporting Serial ATA RAID 0/1/5/10)
    (8) USB 2.0 ports (all accessible from either the front or rear of chassis)
    One Serial port (at least (2) additional headers)
    (3) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse port
    Expandable to 4GB DDR2 RAM (chipset limitation of 3.5GB)

 System Components:
    2GB DDR2 RAM
    PCI Graphics card w/ 256MB RAM and a DVI connection
    60GB SATA HD
    Slot-loading DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive
    Conformal coating of electrostatic sensitive components



 GSA PRICE: $5,371.05




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 TAG® SV-2003-X2 2U Dual Core Xeon Server- P/N 1006446:

 Chassis & power supply:
    2U Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum alloy, strain hardened and stabilized rack-mount chassis
    3.5‖H x 19‖W x 24‖D
    Hot-swap, redundant auto-sensing power supplies (accepts power sources world-wide)
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    24‖ 2U Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    2U Rail Extender 6‖

 Intelligent fan controller:
    Acoustically optimized, environmentally aware

 Processor & Cache:
    (2) Intel Dual Core Xeon Processors 5148 with 4MB 2nd level cache

 Genuine Intel Dual Core Xeon Motherboard:
    Intel 5000P chipset, 1333MHz FSB
    On-board graphics with 16MB RAM
    (2) USB 2.0 ports front, (2) USB 2.0 ports rear
    (2) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse port
    Expandable to 32GB Fully Buffered RAM

 System components:
    4GB Fully Buffered RAM
    (4) 250GB removable SATA hard drives with rugged metal carriers & receivers
    Low-profile DVD±RW (DL)-RAM/CD-RW drive


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $16454.91




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 TAG® S7000FC4URE, Intel 4U Rack-mount Server System (TAG P/N: 1008819)

 System Includes:

 Chassis & power supply:
     4U Rack-mount Chassis (6.8‖H x 17.6‖W x 27.8‖D)
     Redundant, Hot-swap, Power Supplies
     Power Cords (3 Prong Plugs)
     Two Hot-Swap Fans
     Tool-Less Rack-mounting Rails

 System Board:
      Intel System Board, 7300 Chipset, Supports 4 Quad Core Xeon Processors
     On-board ATI ES1000 Graphics Controller (supports 1600 x 1200 max. Resolution)
     On-board Intel integrated RAID Module – 512MB RAM (supports RAID Level 0, 1, 1+0, 5, & 6)
     (2) Gigabit Ethernet Ports
     (5) USB Ports (two front, three rear access)
     (1) Serial Port (DB9, 9-pin connector)
     (1) Remote Access Module

 Processor:
     (2) Intel Quad Core E7440 Xeon Processors- (16M Cache, 2.40 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB)
     (2) Heatsinks

 System Components (integrated):
     32GB FB DIMM
     (8) 300GB Hot-Swap Removable SAS hard drives (10K RPM)
     DVD±RW(DL),-RAM,CD-RW drive



 Note: No PCI-X slots in above configuration



 5 Years Warranty, 365 Days On-site Support, 24 Hrs. Response (Includes Weekend
 or Holidays)
 (On-site Locations: Okinawa - Japan, Camp HM Smith – HI & Stafford - VA)




     GSA PRICE : $16,600.00




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 TAG® SV-2000-THS 2U Tactical Hybrid Server – P/N 1005025:

 Chassis & power supply:
    2U Heavy-duty, .090 inch aluminum alloy, strain-hardened and stabilized, rackmount chassis
     3.5‖H x 19‖W x 17‖D
    300 Watt Auto-sensing power supply (accepts power sources worldwide)
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    Provides proper air flow and extreme cooling (essential in a small footprint chassis)
    24‖ Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 Intelligent fan controller:
    Acoustically optimized
    Environmentally aware

 Processor & cache:
 
          ®                   ®
     Intel 1.8GHz Pentium M Processor
    2MB 2nd level cache
    Heat sink

 Motherboard and on-board features:
 
              ®
     Pentium M embedded Flex-ATX Motherboard
 
                   ®          ®
     Accepts Intel Pentium M Processor
    400MHz FSB
 
                                ®
     Intel® 855GME and Intel 6300ESB Embedded chipset
    (3) PCI slots
    Intel® Extreme Graphics controller
    (1) Serial ports, up to (4) USB 2.0 ports, and One parallel port
    (3) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse port
    Expandable to 2GB ECC SDRAM

 System components:
    1GB ECC DDRAM
    73GB Removable Ultra320 SCSI hard drive with rugged metal carrier & receiver
    PCI Ultra320 SCSI Controller
    Low-profile DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive
    Soundblaster Audio ZZS Platinum PCI Card w/ front panel connector access


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $9,437.93




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 TAG® SV-2001-THS 2U CoreDuo THS Server - P/N 1006069:

 Chassis & power supply:
    2U Heavy-duty, Aluminum alloy, strain hardened and stabilized rack-mount chassis
    Hot-swap, redundant power supplies
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    24‖ 2U Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 Intelligent fan controller:
    Acoustically optimized, environmentally aware

 Processor & Cache:
    Intel T7400 Core2 Duo Processor
    667MHz FSB, 4MB 2nd level cache

 Core Duo Embedded Motherboard:
    Accepts Intel Core2 Duo Processor, 667MHz FSB
    Intel 945GM and Intel ICH7R Embedded chipset
    Intel Graphics controller
    On-board Serial ATA controllers (supporting Serial ATA RAID 0/1/5/10)
    (6) USB 2.0 ports (4 rear, 2 front)
    One Serial port
    (2) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse port
    Expandable to 2GB DDR2 RAM

 System components:
    4GB DDR2 DDRAM
    (4) 250GB Removable SATA hard drive with rugged metal carrier & receiver
    Low-profile slot loading DVD±RW (DL)-RAM/CD-RW drive


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG engineers


 GSA PRICE $15,669.60




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 TAG® SV-4000-THS 4U Pentium® M Server – P/N 1006385:

 Chassis & power supply:
    Heavy-duty, .090 inch aluminum alloy, strain-hardened and stabilized server chassis
     4U/7‖ H x 16.7‖W x 16.5‖D
    Rackmount kit for mounting in a standard 19"W rack
    Front accessible (2) USB ports
    Front accessible serial port
    Front accessible redundant hot-swap power supplies (accepts power sources worldwide)
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    Provides proper air flow and extreme cooling (essential in a small footprint chassis)
    Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 Processor & cache:
 
                      ®
     1.8GHz Pentium M Processor
    2MB 2nd level cache
    Heat sink

 Motherboard and on-board features:
 
              ®
     Pentium M embedded Flex-ATX Motherboard
 
                   ®         ®
     Accepts Intel Pentium M Processor
    400MHz FSB
 
          ®                    ®
     Intel 855GME and Intel 6300ESB Embedded chipset
    (3) PCI slots
 
          ®
     Intel Extreme Graphics controller
    (4) Serial ports, (4) USB ports, and One parallel port
    (3) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse port
    Expandable to 2GB ECC SDRAM

 System components:
    1GB ECC DDRAM
    146GB removable Ultra320 SCSI hard drive with rugged metal carrier & receiver
    Adaptec 29160 PCI SCSI controller
    Intel® PCI Gigabit Fibre NIC
    PCI Time Sync Card
    Low-profile DVD-ROM/CD-ROM drive

 Motherboard support package for LynxOS 4.0
    Kernel bring-up and test
    PCI Controller bring-up
    ATA 100 (not SATA)
    Ethernet (10/100 only)


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $21,942.32




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 TAG® SV-4002-X2 4U Dual Core Xeon Processor Rack-mount Server - P/N 1006392:

 Chassis & power supply:
    Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum alloy, strain hardened and stabilized server chassis
    4U/7‖ H x 16.7‖W x 16.5‖D
    Rack-mount kit for mounting in a standard 19"W rack
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    Provides proper air flow and extreme cooling (essential in a small footprint chassis)
    Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 Intelligent Fan Controller
    Environmentally aware
    Acoustically optimized

 Processor & Cache:
 
                                                                              nd
     (2) Dual Core Intel Xeon Low-Voltage Processors 5148 w/ 4MB shared 2          level cache

 Motherboard and On-Board Features:
    Genuine Intel Dual Core Xeon motherboard featuring Intel 5000P chipset
    1333MHz Front Side Bus (FSB)
    (6) PCI slots (2 x PCI-Express *8, 2 x PCI-Express *4 (x8 connectors), 1 x PCI-X 100/133MHz, 1 x PCI-X
     100MHz)
    On-board Dual Gigabit Adapters
    On-board ATI Graphics controller – 16MB
    Expandable to 32GB ECC FBDIMMs

 System components:
    4GB DDR2 RAM
    (5) 147GB removable SAS hard drives with rugged metal carriers & receivers
    (1) PCI-E SAS RAID Controller
    Internal AIT-3 Tape drive (100/260GB)
    (1) PCI Dual Channel SCSI Controller
    Low-profile DVD+-RW/DVD-RAM/CD-RW drive
    Allied Telesyn AT-2701FX NIC


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $33,163.64




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 TAG® SV-4102-X214 4U Dual Core Xeon Rack-mount Server - P/N 1005838:

 Chassis & power supply:
    Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum alloy, strain hardened and stabilized server chassis
    4U/7‖ H x 16.7‖W
    Rack-mount kit for mounting in a standard 19"W rack
    Hot-swap, redundant power supplies
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    Provides proper air flow and extreme cooling (essential in a small footprint chassis)
    Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 Intelligent Fan Controller
    Environmentally aware
    Acoustically optimized

 Processor & Cache:
 
                                                                        nd
     (2) Dual Core Intel Xeon Low-Voltage Processors w/2MB shared 2          level cache

 System Host Board:
    Dual Core Xeon motherboard featuring Intel E7520 chipset
    667MHz Front Side Bus (FSB)
    Dual Gigabit Ethernet, dual Serial ATA/150 and dual USB 2.0 ports
    Supports DDR2 RAM, 8GB maximum

 IO Expansion Board:
    (2) Serial Ports
    (1) Parallel Port
    Floppy Drive Interface
    PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse Interfaces

 Server Class PCI Backplane:
    14-slot form factor supports PCI-Express, PCI-X and PCI option cards
    One SHB Express (PICMG 1.3) System Host Board Slot
    Two PCI-X 64-bit/133MHz Slots and Eight PCI-X 64-bit/100MHz Slots
     (PCI-X slots support universal 3.3V, 64-bit/32-bit PCI cards)

 System components:
    2GB DDR2 RAM
    (2) 250GB removable SATA hard drives with rugged metal carriers & receivers
    Low-profile DVD+-RW/DVD-RAM/CD-RW drive
    Low-profile 1.44MB/3.5‖ Floppy Drive


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $24,414.73




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 TAG® SV-4102-TH14 4U Dual Core Xeon Rack-mount Server - P/N 1006476:

 Chassis & power supply:
    Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum alloy, strain hardened and stabilized server chassis
    4U/7‖ H x 16.7‖W
    Rack-mount kit for mounting in a standard 19"W rack
    Hot-swap, redundant power supplies
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    Provides proper air flow and extreme cooling (essential in a small footprint chassis)
    Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 Intelligent Fan Controller
    Environmentally aware
    Acoustically optimized

 Processor & Cache:
 
                                                nd
     Intel Core Duo Processor w/2MB shared 2         level cache

 System Host Board:
    Intel 945G chipset
    On-board graphics
    Dual Gigabit Ethernet Ports
    (6) USB 2.0 ports (2 rear mounted, 4 internal headers)
    (2) Serial ports
    PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse intefaces
    Expandable to 4GB DDR2 RAM

 IO Expansion Board:
    (2) Serial Ports
    (1) Parallel Port
    Floppy Drive Interface
    PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse Interfaces

 Server Class PCI Backplane:
    14-slot form backplane
    One System Host Board Slot
    One PCI-Express*16 slot, One PCI-Express*8 slot
    (2) PCI-X 64-bit/100MHz slots, (4) PCI-X 64-bit/66MHz slots
    (4) PCI 32-bit/33MHz slots

 System components:
    1GB DDR2 RAM
    PQI Turbo Plus 2.5" 8GB IDE SSD
    eRIC G4 Remote Sys. Mgmt PCI card


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $13,411.77




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 TAG® SV-4002-X2 4U Dual Core Xeon Processor Rack-mount Server - P/N 1006491:

 Chassis & power supply:
    Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum alloy, strain hardened and stabilized server chassis
    4U/7‖ H x 16.7‖W x 16.5‖D
    Rack-mount kit for mounting in a standard 19"W rack
    Hot-swap, redundant power supplies
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    Provides proper air flow and extreme cooling (essential in a small footprint chassis)
    Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 Intelligent Fan Controller
    Environmentally aware
    Acoustically optimized

 Processor & Cache:
 
                                                                              nd
     (2) Dual Core Intel Xeon Low-Voltage Processors 5138 w/ 4MB shared 2          level cache

 Motherboard and On-Board Features:
    Genuine Intel Dual Core Xeon motherboard featuring Intel 5000P chipset
    1333MHz Front Side Bus (FSB)
    (6) PCI slots (2 x PCI-Express *8, 2 x PCI-Express *4 (x8 connectors), 1 x PCI-X 100/133MHz, 1 x PCI-X
     100MHz)
    On-board Dual Gigabit Adapters
    On-board ATI Graphics controller – 16MB
    (2) USB 2.0 ports rear, One USB 2.0 header brought out to chassis front
    PS/2 Keyboard and mouse port
    Expandable to 32GB ECC FBDIMMs

 System components:
    16GB DDR2 RAM
    (6) 73GB removable 2.5‖ SAS hard drives with rugged metal carriers & receivers
    (2) QuadraPack Disk Storage Enclosure
    (1) PCI-E 8708ELP,8 PORTSAS RAID Controller
    Internal Tape Drive DAT 72
    (1) PCI SCSI Controller - ADAPTEC 39320
    Low-profile Panasonic SR-8178-B DVD-ROM Drive
    USB 3.5" 1.44MB Floppy Drive
    PCI Dual Port Pro/1000MT NIC Card
    Allied Telesyn AT-2701FX NIC


 3 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $25,693.49




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 TAG® R-iSCSI 4U Ruggedized iSCSI Server – P/N 1006484:

 Chassis & power supply:
    Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum alloy, strain hardened and stabilized server chassis
    Rack-mount kit for mounting in a standard 19"W rack
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    Provides proper air flow and extreme cooling (essential in a small footprint chassis)
    Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Front accessible on/off switches

 cPCI Pentium M CPU Blade
    2GHz Pentium M Processor
    2GB RAM
    (2) PMC Expansion Slots

 (1) PMC SAS Module

 (1) PMC Gigabit Ethernet Module, 1 channel Fiber

 2 slot cPCI card cage and backplane

 (10) 147GB Hot-swap, removable SAS HDs

 (10) Rugged metal carriers & receivers

 (1) SAS-SAS RAID controller

 Solid state IDE hard drive with iSCSI O/S
 1. Web based graphical user interface
 2. Secured administration access
 3. Compatible with iSCSI initiators from Microsoft, Linux
 4. Multiple hardware RAID controller support
 5. Multiple network interface card support
 6. Adaptive load balancing & Adapter fault tolerance
 7. TCP/IP Offload engine support
 8. Snapshot
 9. SNMP v2, v3
 10. IPsec
 11. LCD Interface


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $49,502.74




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 TAG® SV-2003-X2 2U Dual Core Xeon Server- P/N 1006297:

 Chassis & power supply:
    2U Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum alloy, strain hardened and stabilized rack-mount chassis
    3.5‖H x 19‖W x 24‖D
    Hot-swap, redundant auto-sensing power supplies (accepts power sources world-wide)
    Cooling system developed specifically for harsh environments
    24‖ 2U Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    2U Rail Extender 6‖

 Intelligent fan controller:
    Acoustically optimized, environmentally aware

 Processor & Cache:
    (2) Intel Dual Core Xeon Processors 5148 with 4MB 2nd level cache

 Genuine Intel Dual Core Xeon Motherboard:
    Intel 5000P chipset, 1333MHz FSB
    On-board graphics with 16MB RAM
    (2) USB 2.0 ports front, (2) USB 2.0 ports rear
    (2) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse port
    Expandable to 32GB Fully Buffered RAM

 System components:
    2GB Fully Buffered RAM
    (2) 144GB Hot-swap, removable SAS hard drives with rugged metal carriers & receivers
    PCI-Express SAS RAID controller
    PCI Graphics card w/ 256MB RAM (1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz w/ S-Video Connection)
    Intel Server Management Module
    Low-profile slot loading DVD±RW (DL)-RAM/CD-RW drive


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA PRICE: $18,318.91




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 TAG® TC-100 Commander UMPC (P/N: 1008375)


    Ergonomically designed conduction-cooled aluminum chassis
    10.55‖ W x 5.82‖ H x 1.625‖ D
    7‖ Widescreen Display
    Resistive Touch Screen
    256K Colors
 
                            2
     Brightness of 250 Cd/m
    Viewing angle of 140° Horizontal and 110° Vertical
    1024 x 600 Resolution
    Contrast Ratio: 400:1
    LED Backlight w/covert mode
    Sunlight Readable
    NVG Capable
    Intel Atom Processor (operating @ 1.0 to 1.7GHz)
    1GB DDR2 RAM
    80GB Rotating Media HD
    Directional Pad (D-Pad) Mouse
    Dual Smart Battery Interfaces
    (1) 10/100/1000 Ethernet port
    (3) USB 2.0 Port (1 External, 2 Internal)
    (1) Serial Port
    (1) Audio Port
    AC Adapter with 16VDC Power input
    Integrated GPS (External Antenna Required for in-vehicle operation)
    Standard Docking Station (USB, Audio, RJ-45, Power)



 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers



 GSA PRICE: $5995.00




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 TAG® TC-100 Commander UMD with Integrated 4GHz 802.11 Radio (UBIQUITI)


    Rugged Aluminum and composite chassis
    9.75‖ x 5.25‖ x 1.625‖
    7‖ TFT LCD Display
    256K Colors
    Brightness of 250 Cd/m2
    Viewing angle of 140° Horizontal and 110° Vertical
    1024 x 600 Resolution
    Intel Atom Processor (operating @ 1.0 to 1.7GHz)
    1GB DDR RAM
    60GB IDE 1.8‖ Rotating Media HD
    Dual Smart Battery Interfaces
    (1) Ethernet port
    (3) USB 2.0 Port (1 External, 2 Internal)
    (1) RS232 Serial
    (1) Audio Port
    16VDC Power input
    Integrated GPS
    Standard Docking Station (USB, VGA, Audio, RJ-45, Power)

 RADIO CARDS (are Government-Furnished Equipment)




 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG engineers

 GSA PRICE: $6,087.45




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              TAG Rackmount LCD Monitors &
                      Keyboards
 TAG® LK-1002-15SM Rackmount keyboard drawer with integrated 15” Active
 Matrix LCD and compact PS/2 keyboard with integrated scratchpad – P/N 1005033:

    1U (1.75‖H) Heavy-duty, solid, .090 inch aluminum alloy, strain-hardened and stabilized, rackmount keyboard
     drawer 1.75‖H x 19‖W x 24‖D
    Locking slide rails (1 pr)
    15‖ Active Matrix LCD
    1024 x 768 Resolution
    On-screen LCD display functions
    Constant torque monitor hinges
    Compact 101 Key PS/2 keyboard including 12 function keys & numeric keypad
    Integrated scratchpad with 2 built-in mouse buttons
    Includes all interface cables
    Retractable cable management system


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers

 GSA PRICE: $3,499.71




 TAG® LK-1002-15ST Rackmount keyboard drawer (20” depth) with integrated
 15” Active Matrix LCD and “PS/2, PC compatible”, rugged keyboard with
 rugged trackball – P/N 1005171:

    1U (1.75‖H) Heavy-duty, .090 inch aluminum alloy, strain-hardened and stabilized, rackmount keyboard drawer
     1.75‖H x 19‖W x 20‖D
    Locking slide rails (1 pr)
    15‖ Active Matrix LCD
    1024 x 768 Resolution
    On-screen LCD display functions
    Constant torque monitor hinges
    ―PS/2‖ Type, PC compatible, rugged, keyboard
    Rugged trackball
    Includes all interface cables
    Retractable cable management system


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers

 GSA PRICE: $4,492.09


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 TAG® LK-1000-19SM Rack mount keyboard drawer with integrated 19” Active
 Matrix LCD and compact PS/2 keyboard with integrated scratchpad – P/N:
 1006444:

    1U Heavy-duty, solid, .090 inch aluminum alloy, strain-hardened and stabilized, rack mount keyboard drawer
    1.75‖H x 19‖W x 24‖D
    Locking slide rails (1 pr)
    19‖ Active Matrix LCD
    1280 x 1024 Resolution
    On-screen LCD display functions
    VGA interface (capable of a DVI interface)
    Compact 101 Key PS/2 keyboard including 12 function keys & numeric keypad
    Integrated scratchpad with 2 built-in mouse buttons
    Includes all interface cables
    Retractable cable management system


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers

 GSA PRICE: $4,733.57




 TAG® LK-1000-19ST Rack mount keyboard drawer with integrated 19” Active
 Matrix LCD and “PS/2, PC compatible” MIL SPEC, rugged keyboard with built-in
 trackball – P/N 1005844:

    Heavy-duty, 090 inch Aluminum strain hardened and stabilized, rack-mount keyboard drawer
    1U/1.75‖H x 19‖W x not to exceed 26‖D
    24‖ Locking rack-mount slide rails (one pr.)
    19‖ Active Matrix LCD
    1280 x 1024 Resolution
    On-screen LCD display functions
    Constant torque monitor hinges
    120VAC LCD Power supply
    ―PS/2‖ Type, PC compatible, rugged, mil spec, waterproof keyboard
    Integrated 1 ½‖ three button trackball
    Includes all interface cables
    Retractable cable management system


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers

 GSA PRICE: $5,848.83




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 TAG® LK-0100-19SW 19” Rugged LCD – P/N 1006286:

    Heavy-duty aluminum alloy strain hardened and stabilized chassis
    19‖ LCD
    1280 x 1024 Resolution
    DVI connection
    Greater than 3:1 Contrast Ratio in a 10,000ft candle environment with a 30°C angle of incident
    Touch screen (capable of operation via a gloved hand)
    Water proof
    Front panel knobs for volume/brightness
    Integrated speaker
    (8) USB connections (4-input and 4 output)


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers

 GSA PRICE: $6,310.48




 TAG® LK-2000-19D 2U Rack-mount drawer with integrated side-by-side Dual 19”
 Active Matrix LCD’s – P/N 1005964:

 System components:
    2U Heavy-duty, .090inch Aluminum/Magnesium alloy, strain hardened and stabilized rack-mount drawer
    Dual 19" Full color LCD displays (positioned side-by-side when in operation)
    1280 x 1024 SVGA resolution
    On screen LCD display functions
    Includes all interface cables
    26‖ Locking slide rails (one pr.)


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers

 GSA PRICE: $14,537.03




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 TAG® LK-1000-19S Rack mount keyboard drawer with integrated 19” Active Matrix
 LCD – P/N 1005960:

    Heavy-duty, 090 inch Aluminum strain hardened and stabilized, rack-mount keyboard drawer
    1U/1.75‖H x 19‖W x 21‖D
    24‖ Locking rack-mount slide rails (one pr.)
    Folding 19‖ Active Matrix LCD mounted in drawer fnt
    1280 x 1024 Resolution
    On-screen LCD display functions
    Constant torque monitor hinges
    110/120VAC LCD Power supply


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers

 GSA PRICE: $4,617.50


 TAG® LK-1000-M Rackmount keyboard drawer – P/N 1002446:

    1U (1.75‖H) Heavy-duty, .090 inch aluminum alloy, strain-hardened and stabilized, Rackmount keyboard drawer
     1.75‖H x 19‖W x less than 21‖D
    Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    Compact 101 Key PS/2 keyboard including 12 function keys & numeric keypad
    Integrated scratchpad with 2 built-in mouse buttons
    Integrated wrist pad in front of keyboard
    Retractable cable management system


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers

 GSA Price $1,500.58


 TAG® LK-1000-T Rackmount keyboard drawer – P/N 1002448:

    1U (1.75‖H) Heavy-duty, .090 inch aluminum alloy, strain-hardened and stabilized, Rackmount keyboard drawer
     1.75‖H x 19‖W x less than 21‖D
    Locking slide rails (one pr.)
    PS/2 Type, PC compatible, rugged, mil spec, waterproof keyboard
    Integrated 1 ½‖ three button trackball
    Integrated wrist pad in front of keyboard
    Integrated/retractable cable management system


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers

 GSA Price $2,291.59



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                                        TAG® Spares
 TAG® DSK-73SAS 73GB SAS Hard Drive Sparing kit – P/N: 1006488:

 Components:

    73GB SAS hard drive mounted in rugged metal carrier

 GSA Price: $662.34


 TAG® DSK-146SAS 146GB SAS Hard Drive Sparing kit – P/N: 1006489:

 Components:

    146GB SAS hard drive mounted in rugged metal carrier

 GSA Price: $959.46


 TAG® DSK-300SAS 146GB SAS Hard Drive Sparing kit – P/N: 1006490:

 Components:

    146GB SAS hard drive mounted in rugged metal carrier

 GSA Price: $1,746.52




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                                               ®
                                  TAG MILBOOKS
 TAG® MIL BOOK 1001 Rugged Notebook– P/N 1006481:

    Ultra Rugged
    MIL-STD 810F and IP54 compliance
    Full Magnesium alloy case
    Sealed ports and connectors
    Vibration & drop-shock resistant
    Intel Core Duo L2400 1.66GHz Processor, 667MHz FSB, 2M 2nd level cache
    512MB DDR2 expandable to 2GB RAM
    14.1" TFT XGA (1024 x 768) LCD
    Integrated Intel® 945GM Graphics Controller, 128MB shared memory
    Integrated 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet
    Integrated 56Kbps ITU V.92 Modem
    Removable 80GB shock-mounted hard drive
    Water-proof & Dust-proof Rubber Keyboard
    One RJ-45 & one RJ-11 Port
    Two 2.0 USB ports
    One RS232 Serial port
    One Parallel port
    One VGA Monitor port
    One IR port
    One IEEE 1394 Port
    One Audio MIC-in and Line-out port
    One Docking port
    Li-Ion Primary Smart Battery
    Universal AC adapter 100-240V, 50/60Hz AC
    Two Type II or One Type III PCMCIA slots
    Built-in Stereo 2W Speakers
    Windows XP Professional


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG engineers


 GSA Price: $5,423.40




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 TAG® MIL BOOK 201 Rugged Notebook– P/N 1006479:

    Ultra Rugged
    MIL-STD 810F and IP54 compliance
    Full Magnesium alloy case
    Sealed ports and connectors
    Vibration & drop-shock resistant
    Intel Core Duo L2400 1.66GHz Processor, 667MHz FSB, 2M L2 Cache
    512MB DDR2 expandable to 2GB RAM
    14.1" TFT XGA (1024 x 768) display
    Integrated Intel® 945GM Graphics Controller, 128MB shared memory
    Integrated 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet
    Integrated 56Kbps ITU V.92 Modem
    Integrated Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945 a/b/g
    A touch-sensitive control pad with resetting rain drops
    Waterproof membrane keyboard
    80GB hard disk drive
    Removable DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive
    (2) USB 2.0 ports
    (1) Serial port
    (1) IR port
    (1) Audio MIC-in and Line-out port
    (1) Docking port
    Internal Li-Ion Smart battery
    Two Type II or One Type III PCMCIA slot, Card Bus support
    Built-in Stereo 2W Speakers
    Windows XP O/S


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA Price: $3,675.40




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 TAG® MIL BOOK 300 Rugged Tablet Notebook– P/N 1006480:

    Fully Rugged
    MIL-STD 810F and IP54 compliance
    Full Magnesium alloy case
    Sealed ports and connectors
    Vibration & drop-shock resistant
    Intel Core Duo U2500 1.2GHz Processor, 533MHz FSB, 2M L2 Cache
    512MB DDR2 expandable to 2GB RAM
    10.4" TFT XGA (1024 x 768) display
    Integrated Intel® 945GMS Graphics Controller, 128MB shared memory
    Integrated 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet
    Integrated 56Kbps ITU V.92 Modem
    Integrated Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945 a/b/g
    A touch-sensitive control pad with resetting rain drops
    Waterproof membrane keyboard
    80GB hard disk drive
    (2) USB 2.0 ports
    (1) Serial port
    (1) IR port
    (1) Audio MIC-in and Line-out port
    (1) Docking port
    Internal Li-Ion Smart battery
    Two Type II or One Type III PCMCIA slot, Card Bus support
    Built-in Speaker
    MS Windows XP Pro w/Tablet PC Edition O/S


 1 Year parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG® engineers


 GSA Price: $3,542.00




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 TAG® MIL BOOK 20 Wireless Rugged Tablet– P/N 1006478:
    Fully rugged
    MIL-STD 810F and IP52 compliance
    Full magnesium alloy case
    Sealed ports and connectors
    Vibration, drop & shock resistant
    Intel Pentium M LV 1.6GHz (2MB L2 Cache) Processor
    10.4" TFT XGA (1024x 768) LCD
    Touch Screen LCD (includes one stylus)
    Integrated Intel® 855GME Graphics Controller, 64MB shared memory
    512MB DDR Expandable to 1GB RAM
    Internal 56K ITU V.92 Modem (RJ-11 port)
    Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200 b/g
    Three programmable function keys
    40GB Shock resistance hard disk drive
    (1) USB 2.0 port
    Wireless keyboard IR Port
    One MIC-in and Line-out port
    Universal AC adapter
    Li-Ion Type Smart Battery
    One PCMCIA slot (Type II)
    Built-in speaker (water proof)
    Windows XP Tablet PC O/S


 1 Years parts & labor warranty (depot service) with 24 x 7 technical support with
 TAG engineers


 GSA Price: $3,675.40




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 TAG SERVICES
 Hourly Rate with a negotiated 3% escalation for each Fiscal Year:


         Labor Category               FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010   FY 2011   FY 2012   FY 2013

         Microsoft Certified System
                                       $104.18    $107.30     $110.52   $113.84   $117.25   $120.77
         Engineer (MCSE)

         Master Certified Novell
                                       $104.18    $107.30     $110.52   $113.84   $117.25   $120.77
         Engineer (MCNE)

         Certified Novell Engineer
                                       $61.56      $63.40     $65.31    $67.27    $69.28    $71.36
         (CNE)


         Senior Systems Engineer       $104.18    $107.30     $110.52   $113.84   $117.25   $120.77

         Senior Systems
                                       $66.29      $68.28     $70.33    $72.44    $74.61    $76.85
         Administrator


         Systems Administrator         $61.56      $63.40     $65.31    $67.27    $69.28    $71.36


         Help Desk Manager             $57.77      $59.50     $61.29    $63.13    $65.02    $66.97



         Senior Technician             $42.62      $43.90     $45.21    $46.57    $47.97    $49.41


         Senior Technical
                                       $71.03      $73.16     $75.35    $77.62    $79.94    $82.34
         Writer/Editor


         Technical Writer/Editor       $52.09      $53.65     $55.26    $56.92    $58.63    $60.38


         Junior Application
                                       $51.14      $52.67     $54.26    $55.88    $57.56    $59.29
         Programmer

         Senior Client Server
         Application                   $61.56      $63.40     $65.31    $67.27    $69.28    $71.36
         Programmer/Analyst

         Client Server Application
                                       $60.61      $62.43     $64.30    $66.23    $68.22    $70.26
         Programmer/Analyst

         Junior Client Server
         Application                   $52.09      $53.65     $55.26    $56.92    $58.63    $60.38
         Programmer/Analyst

         Mainframe Systems
                                       $69.13      $71.21     $73.34    $75.55    $77.81    $80.15
         Programmer

         Program Manager               $89.97      $92.67     $95.45    $98.31    $101.26   $104.30


         Project Manager               $80.50      $82.91     $85.40    $87.96    $90.60    $93.32




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         Technical Lead                $69.13        $71.21     $73.34    $75.55     $77.81      $80.15


         Database Administrator
                                       $66.29        $68.28     $70.33    $72.44     $74.61      $76.85
         (DBA)

         Junior Database
                                       $61.56        $63.40     $65.31    $67.27     $69.28      $71.36
         Administrator (DBA)

         Business Analyst/Data
                                       $64.40        $66.33     $68.32    $70.37     $72.48      $74.66
         Modeler

         Lead Computer Security
                                       $61.56        $63.40     $65.31    $67.27     $69.28      $71.36
         Analyst

         Senior Computer Security
                                       $56.82        $58.53     $60.28    $62.09     $63.95      $65.87
         Analyst

         Computer Security
                                       $42.62        $43.90     $45.21    $46.57     $47.97      $49.41
         Analyst

         Lead Network Security
                                       $63.45        $65.36     $67.32    $69.34     $71.42      $73.56
         Analyst


         Security Specialist            N/A           N/A       $58.00    $59.74     $61.53      $63.38

         Network Security
                                       $50.19        $51.70     $53.25    $54.85     $56.49      $58.19
         Administrator




                      Allowable Substitutions of Education and Experience
  Minimum education and experience will be met when the equivalencies in the tables below are considered. Additional
                education in excess of requirements can be substituted for experience requirements:

          Required Education                  Actual Education Achieved       Additional Years of Experience Credited
                                                                                         the TAG employee
                MA/MS                                  Ph.D.                                      4
                BA/BS                                  Ph.D.                                      6
                BA/BS                                 MA/MS                                       2
                AA/AS                                 HS/GED                                      2

 Additional experience in excess of requirements can be substituted for educational requirements:

           Actual Education                      Required Education            Additional Years of Experience Needed
                                                                                   for Educational Requirements
                                                                                            Equivalency
               HS/GED                                  AA/AS                                      2
               HS/GED                                  BA/BS                                      4
               HS/GED                                  MA/MS                                      6
               HS/GED                                  Ph.D.                               No Equivalency
                AA/AS                                  BA/BS                                      2
                AA/AS                                  MA/MS                                      4
                AA/AS                                  Ph.D.                               No Equivalency
                BA/BS                                  MA/MS                                      2
                BA/BS                                   Ph.D                                      6



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                MA/MS                                Ph.D.                               4



 Microsoft Certified Engineer (MCSE)
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Require five (5) years total of technical experience installing, maintaining, and managing LANs/WANs. A
 minimum of two (2) years as a certified MCSE is required.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Individual is responsible for the acquisition, installation, maintenance, and usage of Microsoft-based
 systems. Determines best products to meet needs and presents results. Manages system performance
 and maintains system security. Installs network hardware and software. Evaluates, develops, and
 maintains telecommunications systems. Troubleshoot system problems and document changes.
 Establishes and implements system policies, procedures, and standards, and ensures their conformance
 with information systems objectives. Trains users on system operation. May perform network planning
 and engineering functions. May be responsible for both local and remote administration of networks.
 Individual has access to highly technical and specialized OEM support, technical data, and software
 specific to the area of certification.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science (or a related field) and MCSE certification.
 GSA Price: $104.18/hr.




 Master Certified Novell Engineer
 (MCNE)
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Five (5) Years hands on experience with expertise in the design and development of Network
 Management System. Holds a current certification in LAN/WAN administration and engineering
 appropriate to the network environment being supported (e.g., Master Certified Novell Engineer (MCNE)).
 Functional Responsibility:
 Manage a team of engineers and/ technicians. Responsible for hands-on operations and customer care.
 Must identify new projects, determine resource allocation, define required service level agreements with
 customers subsequent to project completion. Implement training program for customers. Must have
 technical expertise in planning, designing, configuring, migrations, and implementing network solutions.

 In-depth Novell Directory Services (NDS) design knowledge and experience specializing in NDS
 partitioning and replication and time synchronization across WANs. Extensive experience with Ethernet,
 Token-Ring, Fiber-optic, and ArcNet networks, IPX/SPX and TCP/IP protocols.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science (or a related field) and MCNE certification.
 GSA Price: $104.18/hr.




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 Certified Novell Engineer (CNE)
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Three (3) years of technical experience installing, maintaining, and managing Local Area Networks
 (LANs). Holds a current certification in LAN/WAN administration or engineering appropriate to the network
 environment being supported (e.g., Certified Novell Engineer (CNE)).
 Functional Responsibility:
 Responsible for acquisition, installation, maintenance, and usage of Novell systems. Determines best
 products to meet needs and presents results. Manages system performance and maintains system
 security. Installs network hardware and software. Evaluates, develops, and maintains telecommunications
 systems. Troubleshoots system problems. Establishes and implements system policies, procedures, and
 standards, and ensures their conformance with information systems objectives. Trains users on system
 operation. May perform network planning and engineering functions. May be responsible for both local
 and remote administration of networks. Has access to highly-technical and specialized OEM support,
 technical data, and software specific to the area of certification.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science (or a related field) and CNE certification.
 GSA Price: $61.56 /hr



 Senior Systems Engineer
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Minimum of six (6) years of hardware configuration and systems technology. Involvement with research
 and development of new product line(s) and technology. Supervise technical staff in Quality Assurance
 and training. Working with clients at the executive level in developing hardware solutions. Solid
 experience with deploying/implementing software applications and data storage methodologies.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Troubleshoot, install and configure Intel®-based hardware especially: multi-processor workstations and
 servers; SCSI devices to include ultra wide drive technologies and RAID; tape libraries; LAN/WAN and
 multimedia devices; and work with multi-clustering technologies.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Engineering.
 GSA Price: $104.18/hr.




 Senior Systems Administrator
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Seven (7) years of managing networked systems, installation of software, documentation of
 environments, and end-user support.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Support multiple platform environments. Provide frequent interaction with other IT groups and
 management as required. Train administrators and engineers. Responsibility for the maintenance and
 upkeep of major networks and systems. Duties include the support of production and development
 systems. Maintain and administer backups. Evaluate configuration management tools.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $66.29/hr.


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 System Administrator
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Four (4) years of managing networked systems, installation of software, documentation of environments,
 and end-user support.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Support multiple platform environments. Provide frequent interaction with other IT groups and
 management as required. Train administrators and engineers. Responsibility for the maintenance and
 upkeep of networks and systems. Duties include the support of production and development systems.
 Maintain and administer backups. Evaluate configuration management tools.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $61.56 /hr.




 Help Desk Manager
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Seven (7) years performing help desk support.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Establish and maintain help desk policies and procedures. Assign staff to specific tasks. Supervise the
 help desk operation. Resolve problems from escalated calls. Route escalations to appropriate technical
 elements. Maintain logs of trouble tickets. Deal with potential vendors for help desk related software,
 hardware and support.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree.
 GSA Price: $57.77/hr.




 Senior Technician
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Six (6) years of experience in maintaining and upgrading personal computers at the board or component
 level. Knowledge of an experience with multiple Operating Systems and COTS applications.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Perform preventive maintenance, troubleshoot and repair computer systems and peripheral equipment.
 Responsible for maintaining an adequate spare parts inventory. Configure and install COTS software.
 May provide server hardware support.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor degree in computer science (or a related field) and A+ Certification or equivalent. systems.
 Minimum Education:
 Associate’s degree
 GSA Price: $42.62/hr.




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 Senior Technical Writer/Editor
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Seven (7) years of experience in writing and editing technical documents. Experience with and thorough
 knowledge of either Government
 Printing Office (GPO) or GSA documentation standards, as appropriate to the assignment.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Directly involved with all technical personnel (developers, designers, programmers, etc.) and senior
 management in analyzing client requirements, developing project outlines and schedules. As assigned,
 supervise/manage junior members of the writing staff and inspect the quality of their work. Responsible
 for producing original content; rolling out hard copy documents for review and comment; managing
 revisions and final publication (including electronic); and, training (if required). Ability to create on-line
 help documentation and screens. Checks documents for spelling, grammar, and content problems.
 Ensures that documents follow the appropriate style guide.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree with course work in technical writing or editing.
 GSA Price: $71.03/hr.



 Technical Writer/Editor
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Three (3) years of experience in writing and editing technical documents. Experience with and thorough
 knowledge of either Government Printing Office (GPO) or GSA documentation standards, as appropriate
 to the assignment.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Responsible for analyzing client requirement; developing project outline; producing original content;
 rolling out hard copy documents for review and comment; managing revisions and final publication
 (including electronic); and, training (if required). Checks documents for spelling, grammar, and content
 problems. Ensures that documents follow the appropriate style guide.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree with course work in technical writing or editing.
 GSA Price: $52.09/hr.



 Junior Application Programmer
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Three (3) years of technical experience in mainframe applications software development, one (1) year of
 which is in systems analysis.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Responsible for the design, development and implementation of original code using COBOL, DB2, IMS,
 VM, VMS, ESA, Fortran, Pascal or other Mainframe Languages.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $51.14/hr.




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 Senior Client Server
 Application Programmer/Analyst
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Seven (7) years of technical experience in applications software development, three (3) of which are in
 systems analysis and one (1) year acting as technical lead to a team of programmer/analyst(s). Must
 have a thorough understanding of the business or function for which the application is designed.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Plans, directs and monitors the work of team members. Sets priorities to meet the needs of users.
 Formulates/defines system scope and objectives. Devises or modifies procedures to solve complex
 problems considering computer equipment capacity and limitations. Prepares detailed specifications from
 which programs will be written. Designs, codes, test, debugs, and documents those programs. May be
 involved in related areas such as database design/management, evaluation of COTS products, and
 analysis of network hardware/software issues. May direct the work of other systems analysts and
 programmers. This labor category is qualified to operate in advanced technical environments that include
 C++, Client/Server, Oracle, Power Builder, Visual Basic, JAVA, and other source code requirements.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $61.56/hr.




 Client Server
 Application Programmer/Analyst
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Three (3) years of technical experience in applications software development. Must have a good
 understanding of the business or function for which the application is designed.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Plans, directs and monitors the work of junior team members. Sets priorities to meet the needs of users.
 Formulates/defines system scope and objectives. Devises or modifies procedures to solve problems
 considering computer equipment capacity and limitations. Prepares detailed specifications from which
 programs will be written. Designs, codes, test, debugs, and documents those programs. May be involved
 in related areas such as database design/management, evaluation of COTS products, and analysis of
 network hardware/software issues. May direct the work of junior systems analysts and programmers. This
 labor category is qualified to operate in technical environments that include C++, Client/Server, Oracle,
 Power Builder, Visual Basic, JAVA, and other source code requirements.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $60.61/hr.




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 Junior Client Server
 Application Programmer/Analyst
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 One (1) year of technical experience in applications software development. Must have a basic
 understanding of the business or function for which the application is designed.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Individual must work within a team setting. Meets priorities set by senior team member(s).
 Formulates/defines system scope and objectives. Generates code to solve problems considering
 computer equipment capacity and limitations. Prepares specifications from which programs will be written.
 Codes, tests, debugs and documents those programs. May be involved in related areas such as
  database development, evaluation of COTS products, and analysis of network hardware/software issues.
 This labor category is qualified to operate in technical environments that include C++, Client/Server,
 Oracle, Power Builder, Visual Basic, JAVA, and other source code requirements.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $52.09/hr.

 Mainframe Systems Programmer
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Ten (10) years of Mainframe systems programming experience. Must have experience managing junior
 and senior systems programmers.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Perform system software and hardware implementation and maintenance. Develop, write and execute
 disaster recovery plan. Migrate customer to the upgraded system ensuring a smooth transition. Design
 and implement a reporting system for tracking of software and hardware problems. Re-configure
 hardware to provide better performance. Advise technical personnel on matters affecting the operation of
 the mainframe. May be responsible for the installation of new hardware and software; system
 performance measurement and tuning; and threat/risk analysis.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $69.13/hr.


 Program Manager
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Ten (10) years of IT business unit (Profit & Loss Center) management experience including providing
 direction to a group of Project Managers and/or Task Leaders. Must have experience conducting
 resource planning, cost estimating/budgeting and change control. Responsible for new business
 development and for quality control on existing projects.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Responsible for planning and executing a project. Prepare and maintain the project schedule and
 customer. Oversee and deliver status reports to the customer. Primary point of contact for the customer.
 Oversee all phases and areas of work and take corrective action as necessary to ensure project success.
 Manage staffing, budget, prioritization, and other personnel matters. May serve as technical lead for the
 project.
 Minimum Education:
 Master’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $89.97/hr.


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 Project Manager
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Combination of eight (8) years of information technology experience of which at least two (2) years of
 recent experience in a management or supervisory capacity and three (3) years of experience in a
 functional area of the project to be managed.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Responsible for project schedules, budgets, resources, technical project management, employee
 supervision, and project milestones. Responsible for managing budgets, technical projects, from
 conception, through implementation, to completion, on time and within budget. Developed project
 requirements and led design team project integration techniques development and documentation of
 technical operations procedures, customers requirements, facilities management, and customer support
 policies. Direct the design, implementation, growth, and operation of projects. Develop budget
 requirements, forecasts, and financial tracking tools.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $80.50 /hr.




 Technical Lead
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Seven (7) years of information technology experience leading efforts of IT department in software and/
 hardware development.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Responsibilities include analysis of business processes and strategy for developing the next
 generation of IT infrastructure for clients. Responsibilities include defining development and
 application architectures, mentoring and training (as required) in the latest technologies. Leading
 design of next generation application or systems. Design, build and pilot applications to prove
 validity of architectures.
 Minimum Education:
 Master’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $69.13/hr.




 Database Administrator (DBA)
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Four (4) years of technical experience in administration, analysis, and programming of computerized
 databases. Competent to work at a high level for all phases of database management.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Designs, implements and maintains complex databases with respect to the operating system. Monitors
 and analyzes access methods, access time, device allocation, validation checks, organization,
 protection/security, documentation, guidelines and statistical methods. Maintains database dictionaries,
 monitors standards and procedures and integrates system through database design.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $66.29/hr.


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 Junior Database Administrator (DBA)
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Minimum of four (4) years of database exposure with a minimum of two (2) years as a DBA.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Designs, implements and maintains databases with respect to the operating system. Monitors and
 analyzes access methods, access time, device allocation, validation checks, organization,
 protection/security, documentation, guidelines and statistical methods. Maintains database dictionaries,
 monitors standards and procedures and integrates system through database design.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $61.56/hr.


 Business Analyst/Data Modeler
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Seven (7) years of experience in Business Systems, Systems Analysis and/or Programming/Analysis.
 Must have a background in designing, developing, managing, and implementing large, complex RDBMS
 software systems.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Design and manage the implementation of large database system projects in both the public and private
 sectors. In the area of Information Engineering (IE), contributing with Planning (Enterprise Modeling),
 Business Area Analysis (Data and Process Modeling), System Design (Data Flow Diagrams, Program
 Structures Screen Designs, Report Designs, Database Design), Construction (Coding, Testing, and
 implementation) and full life cycle documentation. Customizing CASE Tools in these efforts along with
 Customizing Data Repositories.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $64.40/hr.

 Lead Computer Security Analyst
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Nine (9) years of progressive management experience in plans, policies, techniques and implementation
 of Information Security.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Responsible for new business acquisition and project management. Provide Secure network architecture,
 security product evaluations, security policy and standards development, network vulnerability
 assessments, social engineering, risk assessments, disaster recovery, audit, security awareness training
 and education, and computer emergency response procedures. Coordinate liaison with clients to
  facilitate legal requirements and good relations should any computer incident related legal action become
 required. Deploy a public-key management and authentication scheme, for the use of data and email
 integrity, authentication and non-repudiation. Design secure network architectures, policy and standards,
 as well as perform network vulnerability assessments following U.S. Department of Defense procedures.
 Responsible for the design of an authentication system; encryption methodologies and architectures; key
 management system; key recovery policy; key server and all facilities pertaining to encryption and
 authentication within a firewall and external VPN applications.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $61.56/hr.


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 Senior Computer Security Analyst
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Seven (7) years of progressive management experience in plans, policies, techniques and
 implementation of Information Security.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Serves as supervisor for project employees. Provide Secure network architecture, security product
 evaluations, security policy and
 standards development, network vulnerability assessments, social engineering, risk assessments,
 disaster recovery, audit, security
 awareness training and education, and computer emergency response procedures. Responsible for the
 design of an authentication
 system and firewall.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $56.82/hr.


 Computer Security Analyst
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Four (4) years of progressive work experience in policies, techniques and implementation of Information
 Security.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Provide Secure network architecture, network vulnerability assessments, risk assessments, disaster
 recovery, security awareness training and education, and computer emergency response procedures.
 Awareness of numerous public-key management and authentication schemes for the use of data and
 email integrity, authentication and non-repudiation. Work with basic secure network architectures, policy
 and standards, as well as perform network vulnerability assessments following U.S. Department of
 Defense procedures. Work with firewall and proxy server applications. Familiarity with encryption
 methodologies and architectures, the key management system, key recovery policy, the key server and
 all facilities pertaining to encryption and authentication within the firewall and external VPN applications.
 Minimum Education:
 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field.
 GSA Price: $42.62/hr.


 Lead Network Security Analyst
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Five (5) years experience in the installation and system administration of UNIX, IRIX or NT operating
 systems. A Secret Security Clearance (at a minimum) is required.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Demonstrated experience in the physical inventory, coordination, analysis and documentation of various
 computer networks and network resources for formulation of network vulnerabilities and risk evaluation.
 Demonstrated experience in the testing of computer networks and compilation of historical data to assess
 effectiveness of the network testing. Demonstrated experience in the conduct of network intrusion
 investigations.
 Minimum Education:
 BS in Engineering, Computer Science or Information Systems, or equivalent technical education and/or
 technical experience at the Senior Network Security Analyst or Network Administrator level.
 GSA Price: $63.45/hr.


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 Network Security Administrator
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Two (2) years of experience designing, installing and maintaining Local Area Networks (WAN) employing
 various software and hardware configurations. A Secret Security Clearance (at a minimum) may be
 required.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Demonstrated experience in setting up, managing NT domains, security, user database administration,
 troubleshooting, problem determination, service pack installation, performance monitoring and tuning, and
 load balancing.
 Minimum Education:
 BS in Engineering, Computer Science or Information Systems, or equivalent technical education and/or
 technical experience at the Network Security Administrator level.
 GSA Price: $50.19/hr.




 Security Specialist
 Minimum/ General Experience:
 Two (2) years of experience in security, registry and automated information security. Top Secret Security
 Clearance with additional compartments required.
 Functional Responsibility:
 Demonstrated experience in registry, automated information systems, communications, physical and
 intelligence security, user database administration, troubleshooting, and problem determination.
 Minimum Education:
 BS in Computer Science or Information Systems or equivalent technical experience. Knowledge of
 federal security directives.
 GSA Price: $58.00/hr.




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                                        WARRANTY INFORMATION
 Technology Advancement Group, Inc.
 Limited Warranty Agreement
 Read carefully before purchasing

 This limited warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, or statutory, including implied
 warranties of fitness for a particular purpose and merchantability, and all other obligations or liabilities of
 the part of Technology Advancement Group, Inc.

 Technology Advancement Group, Inc. warrants to the Purchaser that the products purchased will be free
 from defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a period of time of One(1) years from the
 date of delivery, subject to the following terms and conditions:

 1. The limited warranty applies only to products purchased from or installed by Technology
    Advancement Group, Inc. or such other personnel as it may authorize in writing.
 2. Should any product be found defective in material or workmanship during the term of the Limited
    Warranty, Technology Advancement Group, Inc. will, in its own discretion, repair or replace the
    defective part/unit.
 3. This limited warranty does NOT apply to:
 a. Damage caused by any act or omission of any person or entity not an employee or authorized agent
    of Technology Advancement Group, Inc.
 b. Acts of God
 c. Damage in transit (all pieces are FOB factory – Delivery by messenger, Federal Express Freight or
    other approved carrier will be arranged at the request of the Purchaser for an additional charge).
 d. Damage to units which have been disassembled, repaired or modified by persons other than those
    authorized in writing to do so by Technology Advancement Group, Inc.
 e. Damage to units upon which the Serial Number or FCC Number have been altered, defaced or
    erased.
 f. Damage to products purchased from Technology Advancement Group, Inc. which is caused by
    ancillary equipment not provided by Technology Advancement Group, Inc. or its authorized repair
    personnel.
 g. Damage in excess of the Purchase price of the products ordered from Technology Advancement
    Group, Inc.
 h. Technology Advancement Group, Inc. shall not be responsible for any consequential, incidental or
    punitive damages or attorney’s fees arising out of the Limited Warranty or any implied warranties.
    Technology Advancement Group, Inc. makes no Warranty or Merchantability or Warranty of Fitness
    for Purpose for any use.
 i. Operational Failures caused by software installation or incompatibility, except where Technology
    Advancement Group, Inc. installed the software on behalf of the Purchaser.

     1. Technology Advancement Group, Inc. does warranty, during the term of its Limited Warranty,that
        any software configuration which can be successfully run on another IBM Compatible with
                                                                                                  ®
        identical equipment and similar technical specifications will successfully run on the TAG
        machine.
     2. The Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have different and additional
        rights, which vary, from State to State. Some States do not allow limitation of damages: this
        limitation may not apply to you. Should any Court of competent jurisdiction deem any part of this
        Limited Warranty void, the balance of the Limited Warranty and restrictions will remain in full force
        and effect. Other rights from Manufacturer’s warranties may also apply.

     The Limited Warranty supersedes any oral representations made by any person on behalf of
     Technology Advancement Group, Inc. and may only be modified by written amendment signed by the
     President of the Corporation.




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