Suddenly, it’s a lot easier — and less stressful — to purchase Opticom™ equipment for your city. GTT was recently awarded a General Services Administration (GSA) contract. Now, you can leverage the buying power of the federal government to reduce your investment costs — while minimizing the complexity and length of the procurement process.
Just how much will you save?
Consider: The average open procurement or RFP process — which requires multiple bids from multiple vendors — takes 268 days to complete. With GTT’s GSA contract, the average procurement process is expected to take only 15 days. Fair competition requirements are already met, so you can bypass most of the RFP process.
Pricing is also set, so there will be no complicated haggling during negotiations. Pricing is determined by the federal government and is deemed “fair and reasonable.”
With GSA, if you qualify, you can also take advantage of GTT’s incentive programs — “Trade-In. Trade-Up” and “Add a City” — all remain accessible under the GSA program.
We’re working with select GTT dealers now to add them as “authorized users.” The GSA agreement is a comprehensive contract that simplifies business for our customers and gets your community moving forward. We’ll continue to help you navigate processes with your local municipalities.
For more information, please visit gtt.com/gsa-procurement.