Intertech Awarded GSA Schedule Contract
Intertech has been awarded the General Services Administrator (GSA)
Schedule Contract. This includes general purpose commercial information
technology equipment, software, and services.
Eagan, MN - April 5th, 2011 - Intertech has been awarded the General
Services Administrator ( GSA ) Schedule Contract. This includes general
purpose commercial information technology equipment, software, and
The GSA award allows government agencies to easily work with groups of
pre-approved vendors, because they know vendors have already had to
adhere to the regulations stipulated by GSA.
In short, this award makes it easier for government agencies to access
Intertech's expertise in training and consulting services.
"Intertech is pleased to be selected for the GSA schedule. Intertech is
very familiar with working on the needs of government agencies. We have
delivered training throughout North America to government agencies and
look forward to building on our success." said Dan McCabe of Intertech.
Courses that Intertech has approved on the GSA contract include: Complete
Java Training, Complete Spring Framework Training, Complete JSF Training,
Complete Hibernate Training, -Complete Agile Training, Complete C#
Training, Complete VB.NET Training, Complete WPF Training, Complete
Silverlight Training, Complete WCF Training, Complete WF Training, and
Complete LINQ Training.
In addition to training, Intertech has also been approved for consulting
The following Intertech Consulting services have been approved by GSA
schedule contract: Windows Azure / Cloud Computing, .NET Technologies:
ASP.NET, WPF, WCF, WF, LINQ, Silverlight, C#, VB.NET, SQL Server
Technologies: SSAS, SSRS, SSIS, SQL Server Querying, SQL Server
Maintenance, SQL Server Implementation, Implementing SSAS, Implementing
SSRS, Implementing SSIS SharePoint Technologies: Core SharePoint
Technologies, Implementing SharePoint, SharePoint Services, SharePoint
Designer, SharePoint Administration, Customizing SharePoint , Java
Technologies: Java, Java Web Development, Spring Framework Core, Spring
Framework Web, Struts, Hibernate, JSF, AJAX and XML Technologies: AJAX,
AJAX for ASP.NET, Java Web Services.
Ryan McCabe of Intertech stated, "Intertech's ability to provide both
complete training and consulting services is very important to our
customers. It makes it easy for customers to see our skill-set first-hand
in the classroom, and then feel confident in our abilities as we consult
with them on larger projects. The GSA schedule contract award will only
aid in helping government agencies find the right fit for their training
and consulting services needs."
The GSA model is based on two primary ideas. 1 ) Basis of Award and 2 )
Price Reduction Clause. These stipulations increase price competition
between vendors and eliminates the opportunity for unregulated or unfair
awarding of government contracts.
The GSA Program was started in 1947 by Herbert Hoover and Harry Truman,
and became an independent agency in 1949. The program now offers over 11
million commercial services and products, including information
technology and best pricing. The program is split into 11 different
agencies or regions across the United States. The benefits of using this
program for the customer: include lower overhead costs, shorter lead
times, and just-in-time delivery models.
Intertech also offers training on Spring Framework Training, iPhone
training, and Agile Training.
Founded in 1991 by local entrepreneur Tom Salonek, Intertech, Inc. has
grown from a one-person shop to the largest combined software developer
training company and research-supported consulting firm in Minnesota.
Intertech designs and develops software solutions that power Fortune 500
businesses along with teaching these and other organizations including
mid-sized companies and state government. Intertech works with NASA,
Wells Fargo, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, Intel, and other major companies
around the United States helping them learn and use technology.
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