Contract Vehicles

IEM manages a broad portfolio of government contract vehicles to provide our clients with fast, flexible channels to access the full range of IEM services.  

  • IEM is a prime contractor in the Functional Category 1 Unrestricted track (Service Delivery). The purpose of this track is to provide a full range of services and products in support of developing, implementing, and maintaining technology to support the DHS mission and business functions across the entire lifecycle of the program. Services Include:

    • System Design, Development, Implementation, and Integration
    • Software Design and Development
    • Operations and Maintenance

    See Full Contract EAGLE II Details

  • Contract Number: HHSP233201500151I

    Services:

    • Policy Assessments/Analysis
    • Program Assessments
    • Evaluation Design Efforts, Evaluations, and Data collection
    • Performance Measurement
    • Data Analysis
    • Technical Assistance/Expertise
    • Auxiliary/Support Services

    View PSC IDIQ Fact Sheet

  • Contract Information

    Contract Number: GS-10F-0178L
    Contract Period: 15 February 2001 through 14 February 2021

    IEM offers clients a streamlined way to procure a wide range of effective solutions on the GSA’s Professional Services Schedule. Under this contract, we offer quick and easy access to IEM’s subject matter experts in strategy, management, and business consulting. The Professional Services Schedule provides a flexible contract vehicle with the scope to address any complex professional service needs.

    Service Offerings

    IEM offers a full range of management, organizational, and business improvement professional services that agencies need to deliver solutions that work cost effectively to improve mission performance and to enhance quality of service to clients.

    • Integrated Consultation Services (SIN 874-1): Expert advice, assistance, guidance, or counseling to support mission-oriented business functions. Services include:
      • Management or strategy consulting, including research, evaluations, studies, analyses, scenarios/simulations, reports, business policy and regulation development assistance, strategy formulation, and expert witness services
      • Facilitation and related decision support services
      • Survey services, using a variety of methodologies, including survey planning, design, and development; survey administration; data validation and analysis; reporting, and stakeholder briefings
      • Advisory and assistance services in accordance with FAR 37.203
    • Integrated Business Program Support Services (SIN 874-7): Provide services to assist agencies in managing their mission-oriented business projects or programs and achieving mission performance goals. Services include:
      • All phases of program or project management, from planning to closeout
      • Operational/administrative business support services in order to carry out program objectives

    How to Place an Order

    You can contract directly with IEM using IEM’s GSA contract vehicles. IEM’s experts will assist you in choosing the appropriate contract vehicle and SIN, and guide you in following the procurement path that best meets your current needs in a timely manner. Contact us for advice on how to use IEM contract vehicles to fulfill immediate needs or recurring requirements. IEM’s contract vehicles offer the flexibility to meet any requirement, evolve with the changing marketplace, and deliver the best value and innovation to support clients’ missions.

    Online access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery order are available through GSA Advantage!®, located at http:///www.gsaadvantage.gov. For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules, please visit http://www.gsa.gov/schedules.

    Disaster Purchasing Program

    GSA’s Disaster Purchasing Program allows state and local governments to buy supplies and services directly from GSA Schedules to facilitate recovery from major disaster or facilitate disaster preparation and response. Whether it concerns a major weather event, terrorism, or nuclear, biological, chemical, or radiological attack, GSA’s strong partnerships can help cities and towns meet their needs quickly while saving taxpayer dollars. IEM SINs 874-1 and 874-7 are available for use under the Disaster Purchasing Program. For additional information, please visit http://www.gsa.gov/disasterpurchasing.

    Contact Information

    IEM Contract Management Division
    phone: (919) 990-8191
    fax: (919) 237-7468
    gsa@iem.com

    Helpful Links

    Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List

    Professional Services Schedule Facts

    GSA Acquisition Manual (GSAM)

  • Contract Information

    Contract Number: GS-07F-137GA
    Contract Period: 26 June 2017 through 25 June 2022

    Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, and Rescue

    IEM’s GSA Schedule 84 contract offers the first responder community a streamlined way to procure a wide range of effective solutions for planning, training, response support, and recovery implementation. Schedule 84 provides a flexible contract vehicle with the scope to address national security and emergency preparedness needs.

    Service Offerings

    IEM offers services covering a full range of emergency preparedness and first responder training and professional services specifically tailored for individual agencies and organizations.

    • Emergency Preparedness and First Responder Equipment, Training, and Services (SIN 426-4F): Services covered include without limitation: emergency operations planning, business continuity/continuity of operations planning, crisis management planning, disaster recovery planning/implementation, disaster response planning/staffing/implementation, grant management, programming/budgeting/strategic planning, organizational assessments, and emergency response training.

    How to Place an Order

    You can contract directly with IEM using IEM’s GSA contract vehicles. IEM’s experts will assist you in choosing the appropriate contract vehicle and SIN, and guide you in following the procurement path that best meets your current needs in a timely manner. Contact us for advice on how to use IEM contract vehicles to fulfill immediate needs or recurring requirements. IEM’s contract vehicles offer the flexibility to meet any requirement, evolve with the changing marketplace, and deliver the best value and innovation to support clients’ missions.

    Online access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery order are available through GSA Advantage!®, located at http:///www.gsaadvantage.gov. For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules, please visit http://www.gsa.gov/schedules.

    Cooperative Purchasing Program

    Section 211 of the E-Government Act of 2002 amended the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act to allow for cooperative purchasing. Cooperative purchasing authorizes state and local government entities to purchase information technology supplies/products and services from the GSA Schedule 70 contract. GSA’s strong partnerships can help state and local government entities meet their needs quickly while saving taxpayer dollars. IEM SIN 426-4F is available for use under the Cooperative Purchasing Program. For additional information, please visit http://www.gsa.gov/cooperativepurchasing.

    Contact Information

    IEM Contract Management Division
    phone: (919) 990-8191
    fax: (919) 237-7468
    gsa@iem.com

    Helpful Links

    Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List

    Schedule 84 Facts

  • Contract Information

    Contract Number: GS-35F-679GA
    Contract Period: 14 September 2017 through 13 September 2022

    General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Software, and Services

    IEM’s GSA Schedule 70 contract offers government agencies a streamlined way to procure a wide range of effective solutions to meet increasingly complex technology challenges. Our contract gives quick and easy access to IEM’s expert advice and technology solutions, including a wide range of information technology professional services.

    Service Offerings

    IEM offers services covering all phases of the information technology lifecycle, including planning, analysis, design, development, testing, integration, and implementation of information systems and networks.

    • Information Technology Services (SIN 132-51): Resources and facilities management, database planning and design, systems analysis and design, network services, programming, conversion and implementation support, network services project management, data/records management, and other services relevant to 29 CFR 5 41.400. Services include: strategic planning and management; system engineering; system implementation; system operations and maintenance; program management; system security; and advanced technology

    How to Place an Order

    You can contract directly with IEM using IEM’s GSA contract vehicles. IEM’s experts will assist you in choosing the appropriate contract vehicle and SIN, and guide you in following the procurement path that best meets your current needs in a timely manner. Contact us for advice on how to use IEM contract vehicles to fulfill immediate needs or recurring requirements. IEM’s contract vehicles offer the flexibility to meet any requirement, evolve with the changing marketplace, and deliver the best value and innovation to support clients’ missions.

    Online access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery order are available through GSA Advantage!®, located at http:///www.gsaadvantage.gov. For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules, please visit http://www.gsa.gov/schedules.

    Cooperative Purchasing Program

    Section 211 of the E-Government Act of 2002 amended the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act to allow for cooperative purchasing. Cooperative purchasing authorizes state and local government entities to purchase information technology supplies/products and services from the GSA Schedule 70 contract. GSA’s strong partnerships can help state and local government entities meet their needs quickly while saving taxpayer dollars. IEM SIN 132-51 is available for use under the Cooperative Purchasing Program. For additional information, please visit http://www.gsa.gov/cooperativepurchasing.

    Contact Information

    IEM Contract Management Division
    phone: (919) 990-8191
    fax: (919) 237-7468
    gsa@iem.com

    Helpful Links

    Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List

    Schedule 70 Facts

    GSA Acquisition Manual (GSAM)

  • California Multiple Award Schedules               

    CMAS offers a wide variety of commodities, non-information technology services, and information technology products and services at prices which have been assessed to be fair, reasonable, and competitive. IEM’s CMAS contract allows for non-information technology services, including without limitation:

    • Homeland Security Services
    • Business Consulting—Audit/Evaluation
    • Business Consulting—Program Design
    • Business Consulting—Program Development
    • Business Consulting—Program Implementation
    • Business Consulting—Project Management
    • Business Consulting—Risk Assessment
    • Business Consulting—Security Assessments
    • Business Consulting—Strategic Planning
    • Business Services—Facilitation
    • Business Services—Performance Review
    • Business Services—Training Development

    State and local government agencies may use CMAS contracts. A local government agency is any city, county, district, or other local governmental body, including the California State University and University of California systems, K-12 public schools, and community colleges empowered to expend public funds. For CMAS sales to State of California agencies, the State agency pays the State of California Department of General Services an administrative fee.

    The following services are excluded and cannot be procured through a CMAS contract: facility planning, medical services, registered nursing, human resources and security guard services; architectural, construction, engineering, and environmental services; financial audits; legal services; and public works projects.

    Contract Information

    Contract Number: 4-17-03-0188B

    Contract Period: 15 February 2017 through 31 December 2020

    Contact Information

    IEM Contract Management Division
    (919) 990-8191 [phone]
    (919) 237-7468 [fax]
    contracts@iem.com

    See CMAS Contract Information

  • HGACBuy is a “government-to-government’ procurement service available nationwide. Governmental entities have been procuring products and services through HGACBuy for over 30 years. As a unit of local government assisting other local governments, HGACBuy strives to make the governmental procurement process more efficient by establishing competitively priced contracts for goods and services, and providing the service necessary to help its members achieve their procurement goals. All contracts available to members of HGACBuy have been awarded by virtue of a public competitive procurement process compliant with state statutes. All units of local government are eligible to join HGACBuy, including municipalities, cities, counties, and state agencies; hospitals and hospital districts; emergency medical services and services districts; utility districts; authorities (e.g., airport, port, river, water); and not-for-profit corporations that provide government functions and services. To view the list of end users by State, visit http://www.hgacbuy.com/program/endusers/default.aspx.

    Under IEM’s HGACBuy contract allows for services such as:

    • Full-range emergency management and homeland security planning
    • Training services to include design and delivery of on-site or remote training solutions
    • Discussion-based or operations-based exercise services following Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program guidelines
    • Hazard mitigation assistance from planning to Hazard Mitigation Grant Program implementation
    • Prevention and protection services
    • Response services to help enhance capacity
    • Recovery services including disaster housing planning, post-disaster needs assessments, public assistance support, and individual assistance support

    Joining HGACBuy

    In order to join HGACBuy:

    • Complete an inter-local contract to join the program. This contract will detail the terms, conditions, and processes used to make and process orders.
    • Find details for specific services you would like to procure. The HGACBuy website lists official contractors and the specific products they offer through the program.
    • When you find what you need, contact a contractor representative to get more information and an official price quotation.
    • Once you are satisfied with your order, submit a purchase order directly to the contractor and send a copy to HGACBuy.
    • HGACBuy will send an order confirmation to both you and the contractor to verify and administer the contract.
    • Payment will be sent directly to the contractor, and the goods or services will be transferred directly to you. Ownership is not at any time assigned to HGACBuy.

    Contract Information

    Contract Number: HP08-17

    Contract Period: 1 August 2017 through 31 July 2020

    Contact Information

    IEM Contract Management Division
    phone: (919) 990-8191
    fax: (919) 237-7468
    contracts@iem.com

    See more HGACBuy

Licensing

IEM is qualified to conduct business in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. Additionally, IEM maintains the following licenses:

  • General Contracting License, State of North Carolina, Licensing Board for General Contractors
  • Building Construction Contractor License, State of Louisiana, Licensing Board for Contractors
  • Residential Building Contractor License, State of Louisiana, Licensing Board for Contractors
  • Professional Engineering Contractor License, State of Louisiana, Professional Engineering and Land Surveying Board
  • Home Improvement Contractor License, State of New Jersey, Office of the Attorney General, Division of Consumer Affairs
  • Public Works Contractor License, State of New Jersey, Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Division of Wage and Hour Compliance
  • Consultant Prequalification, State of New Jersey, Department of the Treasury, Division of Property Management and Construction
  • Consultant Prequalification, State of North Carolina, Department of Transportation

Supplier Diversity

We recognize the commitment to supplier diversity that is embraced by government agencies and the private sector today and we can add diversity to your supply chain. IEM maintains the following certifications:

  • Women’s Business Enterprise, National Women’s Business Enterprise National Council
  • Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise, State of New Jersey, Department of the Treasury, Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services
  • Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Office of Business Diversity and Civil Rights
  • Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise, Suffolk County, New York Office of Minority Affairs
  • Women’s Business Enterprise, Utility Supplier Diversity Program
  • Women Business Enterprise, Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority
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