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Government Contracting

The companies we work with range from big to small and from women-owned to veterans-owned. We have subcontracts and teaming agreements with all of them. Clients from the Department of Defense to civilian agencies and from intelligence agencies to all military branches are part of our government client base, and they all use us



Doing business with Tri-Force is simple and easy.

  • Whether you’re a federal, state, or local agency, we offer the contractual vehicles required to expedite the process.
  • Using our GSA Schedule 70, federal agencies can work directly with Tri-Force Consulting Services, Inc. in a time-efficient manner.
  • We offer full turnkey solutions to our clients and will contract with other firms to ensure that any agency can procure all services required under a single contract vehicle.
  • We have subcontracts and teaming agreements with firms of all types, from large to small, and from woman-owned to veteran-owned.
  • Our government clients cover the full spectrum from DoD to civilian agencies and from intelligence agencies to all military branches.

Tri-Force has the project expertise and critical personnel credentials to effectively complete the array of projects under the Seaport-e-contract.

Our administrative and operational team has extensive knowledge in software engineering, logistics, and technical services servicing various Navy missions, particularly NAVSUP.

Tri Force GSA

Unlock Government Opportunities with GSA Contracts!

GSA Contracts, also known as GSA Schedules or Federal Supply Schedules, are long-term government-wide contracts that provide federal agencies with a streamlined way to purchase a wide range of commercial products and services.

Why Obtain a GSA Contract?

  • Streamlined Sales Process: Simplify and expedite the sales process to government agencies.
  • Expanded Market Access: Gain access to a vast market of federal, state, and local government buyers.
  • Pricing Advantage: Pre-negotiated pricing can provide a competitive advantage.
  • Long-term Relationship: Establish a long-term relationship with government buyers.
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Tri-Force has the project experience and key staff qualifications to successfully accomplish the range of services under each functional area of the SeaPort-e contract. Our technical and management staff have a long history of software development, logistics, and program management experience supporting numerous Navy activities including NAVSUP.  
This is to notify you that our company has received a prime contract award N00178-21-D-9423 as a result of the Seaport e Rolling Admissions FY21 solicitation.   
To view a complete listing of the successful awardees under this solicitation, please go to the “Contracts List for July 14, 2021” on the following website:  
 All contract awards reflect a maximum pass through rate of 8%. Our contract award will reflect the zone(s) in which your proposal established presence.   
Tri force has a prime award in zones 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

  • Contract Number : N00178-21-D-9423
  • Solicitation Number: N00178-21-R-7000
  • Available Order Types: CPFF, CPIF, CPAF, FFP, FPI

GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS)

GSA Federal Supply Schedules are a valuable tool for government customers who are looking to acquire products and services at the best possible prices. By understanding the different contract types and the maximum order threshold, government customers can ensure that they are getting the best value for their money.

Benefits of FSS Contracts

FSS contracts offer a number of benefits to both the government and contractors, including:

  • Increased competition, which leads to lower prices
  • Increased efficiency, as the government can acquire products and services directly from commercial suppliers
  • Increased flexibility, as the government can place orders for any quantity of products or services
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GSA Federal Supply Schedules

GSA’s Federal Supply Schedules (FSS) are large indefinite quantity, indefinite delivery (IDIQ) contracts through which federal customers can acquire products and services directly from commercial suppliers. FSS contracts are awarded to multiple contractors, who compete to provide the best value to the government.


Contract Types

Contractors can accept any size order on a Time and Materials (T&M) or Firm Fixed Price (FFP) basis. T&M contracts are based on the actual costs incurred by the contractor, plus a fixed fee. FFP contracts are based on a fixed price for the entire contract, regardless of the actual costs incurred.

Maximum Order Threshold

In accordance with FAR 8.404(b)(3), the maximum order threshold represents the point where it is advantageous for the government customer to seek a price reduction from the schedule contractor providing the best value. The maximum order threshold is determined by the contracting officer and is based on the estimated value of the contract.

GSA schedule benefits for federal customers:

TRI-FORCE Solutions GSA Schedules

(GSA MAS Schedule Price list):

  • Tri-Force Consulting Services, Inc has received a GSA Schedule contract award 47QTCA19D00ET – GS-35F-500JA as a result of solicitation FCIS-JB-980001-B for SIN 132-50 & 132-51. Click here to download Price list
  • GSA has already determined the price to be fair and reasonable.
  • Identify and quantify your requirements
  • Review your requirements with Tri-Force Consulting Services, Inc. “Request Meeting
  • Establish a mutually agreed upon Statement of Work (SOW)
  • Establish funding
  • Send your order with the agreed-upon SOW using your agency’s approved GSA purchase order
  • A synopsis is not required.
  • GSA Schedule contracts comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
  • Administrative time is reduced, resulting in faster awards. Orders can be placed in days.
  • Any size order can be placed; there is no dollar ceiling.
  • The contracting office reviews two other vendors’ schedule prices.
  • There are minimum documentation requirements.

Teaming Arrangements

Teaming Arrangements are permitted with Multiple Award Schedule Contractors in accordance with FAR 9.6. Under a Team Arrangement Multiple Award Schedule, contractors can join with other schedule contract holders to submit a proposal providing a total comprehensive solution. Teaming Arrangements may be incorporated into your BPA.

Ordering from Multiple Award Schedules

Obtain the Federal Supply Schedule or go to GSA Advantage! Review products or services to make a best value selection (seek price reductions by viewing FAR 8.404(b)(3) + (5)). Place your order.

Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA’s) Under The GSA Schedule

Setting up a BPA with a Multiple Award Schedule contractor will help you fill recurring needs while taking advantage of quantity discounts, saving administrative time, and reducing paperwork. With the elimination of the maximum order limitation, agencies are no longer restricted by dollar limits when placing orders under a BPA. With a Multiple Award Schedule BPA, you can order as much or as little as you want and as often as you want. The BPA can serve as an ordering device for field offices across the nation, allowing them to place orders directly. As a result, your entire agency can reap the benefits of discounts added to your own BPA! For more details, go to

Pennsylvania DGS – ITQ

Contract #4400004480

Tri-Force Consulting Services, Inc.’s bid for the Master IT Services ITQ has been evaluated in accordance with the criteria outlined in Part II – Bid requirements. It is my pleasure to inform you that Tri-Force Consulting Services, Inc. has been awarded a contract with the Department of General Services for Master IT Services ITQ, Contract #4400004480.

Software Development Services

For more details, please contact:
Manish Gorawala
(215) 362-2611


We pride ourselves on being a competent and responsive team member, able to provide information and resources promptly to meet your proposal deadlines. We frequently collaborate with other companies to strengthen proposals and can act as a prime contractor to manage efforts or as a subcontractor to support prime contractors.

Documents we routinely use to establish a contractual relationship with another company include:

  • Teaming Agreements
  • Subcontract Agreements
  • Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Service Level Agreements
  • Purchase Orders
  • Consulting Agreements