GSA halts addition of new professional services vendors
The General Services Administration (GSA), an independent agency of the United States Government established to help manage and support the basic functioning of federal agencies, has announced it will temporarily stop accepting new vendors to its professional services schedule, as the agency works to revamp its current program.
“In the short term, this move by the GSA places a premium on those companies with existing GSA Schedules, like Trinity Video, which is advantageous when working in such a competitive space,” says Dave Heller, AVP at Trinity Video Communications. “I’m very interested to see how the program is re-tooled. It goes without saying, the GSA has a big task ahead of them.”
Trinity Video Communications is an audiovisual and video communications company that provides clients with state-of-the-art technologies that transform the way they communicate, interact and do business. Trinity also provides real-time unified communications to government agencies including the Department of Justice, Department of Defense, Homeland Security and law enforcement agencies at the federal, state and local levels responsible for mission critical initiatives.
Trinity Video Communications holds a GSA Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70, commonly referred to as the IT Schedule or Schedule 70, a contract companies obtain in order to sell IT products and services to the U.S. government.
Trinity is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky with additional offices in Sterling, Virginia and Cincinnati, Ohio.