Footnote 1:   iGov is an information technology contractor and a small business based in McLean, Virginia. The contractor holds several government-wide acquisition contracts, including a General Services Administration information technology schedule contract.

Footnote 2:   A BPA is a simplified ordering instrument established between the federal government and a contractor to fulfill anticipated repetitive needs for goods through accounts with qualified sources of supply.

Footnote 3:   This BPA is available for use by the Army and all other Department of Defense agencies. Federal civilian agencies and departments may request to use this BPA.

Footnote 4:   GSA provides products and services to support the work of the government throughout the country by negotiating contracts with the private sector for about $40 billion of goods and services annually.

Footnote 5:   In DOA’s Selection Recommendation Report for Award of a Contract, dated December 4, 2003, the discount was reported as 18 percent. The 18 percent was based on an oral representation from iGov. The actual discount received was 17.5 percent.

Last updated 7/07/2005