Faster, easier procurement

Stop waiting. You’ve made your decision. You know you need a solution. GTT can help you procure your purchase with incredible speed and ease. GTT solutions and services are listed in both the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70 in the United States and the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) Traffic Management 2 framework in the United Kingdom.

 

GSA IT Schedule 70

With the GSA IT Schedule 70 contract, GTT can help you reduce procurement costs and minimize the length of the procurement process. Typical GSA Schedule 70 purchases can take as few as 15 days; that’s an astonishingly fast turnaround, considering that the average open procurement process takes 268 days.

It helps with pricing too. Pricing is determined by the federal government and is deemed “fair and reasonable.”

What is GSA IT Schedule 70?

IT Schedule 70 is the largest, most widely used procurement tool offered by the federal government. It’s an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award schedule, which provides direct access to products and services from over 5,000 certified industry partners for federal, state, local, and tribal government groups.\

 

 

UK Crown Commercial Services

Receive the best value for your money when procuring GTT solutions and services in the United Kingdom. Global Traffic Technologies has been awarded a place on the UK Government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Traffic Management 2 (TMT2) framework agreement for its traffic preemption solutions.

What is TMT2?

TMT2 provides public sector customers with access to industry leading, innovative traffic management solutions. The framework aims to deliver local, regional and national traffic management technologies through a qualified supply chain, ensuring reliability and resilience. TMT2 allows direct and standardised procurement of small components through to large, complex systems. It was developed to create a competitive and fast route to market for the provision of traffic management solutions, by streamlining procurement processes and increasing the number and selection of suppliers.

TMT2 is divided into 15 service options, also known as ‘lots’, of which GTT applied for and has been awarded supplier status in five:

  • Lot 1: Traffic Signal Junctions, Controlled Pedestrian Crossings and Ramp Metering;
  • Lot 2: Traffic Monitoring and Traffic Enforcement Cameras;
  • Lot 7: Urban Traffic Management Control and Common Database Systems;
  • Lot 14: Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)
  • Lot 15: Catalogue.

 

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