Baltimore, MD | Mindgrub Technologies announced today that they are now approved to bid and sell with the United States Government through the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).
GSA Schedule contracts contain predetermined terms and conditions (like pricing, delivery terms, and warranties) that simplify purchasing for federal employees. With this approval, Mindgrub can offer their services directly to the government as a prime contractor, eliminating the need of a bridging party. This makes it easier than ever for government agencies to engage Mindgrub for their software development, UX/UI, and emerging technology needs.
“We are proud to have been awarded this contract,” says Mindgrub CEO Todd Marks. “This contract streamlines the process of working with the government, so we can instead focus on what matters: creating digital experiences that meet their needs and the needs of their constituents.”
In order to qualify for GSA approval, an organization must complete a rigorous application process and have a proven track record within its industry. As an award-winning agency and consultancy, Mindgrub has worked with clients including NASA, the State of California, and the U.S. Government’s TAK (Tactical Assault or Team Awareness Kit).
“This contract opens up a world of potential,” says Vincent Sharps, Mindgrub’s Executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer. “We are committed to partnering with the public sector on digital transformations, and are proud to offer best-in-class services through a human-centric approach.”
In addition to being on the GSA Schedule, Mindgrub holds Secret-level facility clearance (FCL) and is part of the Public Sector Partner Program within the Amazon Web Services Partner Network (APN).
Find Mindgrub in the GSA eLibrary under contract #47QTCA21D00FB or special item number 54151S Information Technology and Professional Services.
To learn more about Mindgrub’s work in the public sector, visit mindgrub.com/government-nonprofit.