BahFed, a small, veteran- and minority-owned business, announced this week that it has been re-awarded the 2GIT BPA. Originally awarded in 2019, the Second Generation Information Technology (2GIT) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) was protested several times as the replacement of the NETCENTS-2 contract.
"Our BahFed team is honored to receive the 2GIT BPA award," says Ken Paul, president of BahFed. "Every day, we strive to bring efficiency and cost-effectiveness to our customers. Being awarded the 2GIT is confirmation of our efforts and the value we offer government agencies."
BahFed—a provider of IT equipment, office supplies and support solutions for federal, state and local government customers—is one of just 58 small businesses in the U.S to be awarded the 2GIT. The contract, with an estimated value of $5.5 billion over five years, is a mandatory use contract for IT product procurement for the United States Air Force. Additionally, it can be used by all federal, state and local government agencies, as well as tribal governments.
"We built this business around providing flexible, fast and affordable solutions for best-in-class hardware, software and other office products," says Paul. "With the 2GIT, BahFed has expanded our ability to serve government customers with best-in-class products, quick delivery and responsive customer service."
About BahFed Corp
Formed in 2011 in Portland, Oregon, BahFed Corp specializes in the timely and accurate delivery of IT products, commodities and support solutions. As a small, veteran- and minority-owned business operating in a Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone), BahFed has built its business reputation on customer service and post-award services. BahFed holds several GSA Schedules and is a NASA SEWP V contract holder, allowing the company to serve government agencies and organizations throughout the United States.