Geek Sources Incorporated has just been awarded the IT 70 U.S. GSA Schedule. Geek Sources obtained SIN 132-51 and Health SIN 132-56 for all Health IT Services.
Online PR News – 19-May-2017 – Tallahassee, FL – Geek Sources Incorporated (doing business as GeekSI and GSI), a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB), Economically-Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB), and Socially-Disadvantaged Business (SDB) specializing in IT and health IT (HIT) for over 18 years, has just been awarded the IT 70 U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) Schedule, a Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract used by federal agencies specifically looking for companies who can meet their IT demands. Qualifying for the GSA Federal Acquisition Services (FAS) and Integrated Technology Services (ITS) program, also known as the FASt Lane Pilot program, GSI obtained both Special Item Number (SIN) 132-51 for Information Technology Professional Services and the new Health SIN 132-56 for all Health IT Services.
With a longstanding, successful past performance working with federal agencies, like the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), GSI has worked on several federal IT projects, including the Multiple Sclerosis Surveillance Registry (MSSR), the Veterans Benefits Management System (VBMS)-Ratings, the VBMS-Awards, the Eliminating Veteran Homelessness (EVH) system, the Loan Guarantee (LGY) system, the Memorial Enterprise Letters (MEL) system, and the Research Administrative Management System (RAMS).
In addition to these VA projects, our Geek team of Health IT (HIT) experts brings a wealth of VA health registry experience that we hope to utilize on the GSA’s IT Schedule 70. This includes, but is not limited to, the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) registry, the Embedded Fragments Registry (EFR), the Breast Care Registry (BCR), the Oncology (ONC) registry, the VA Eye Injury Data Store (EIDS), the Clinical Case Registry (CCR), and the Florida Trauma Registry.
GSI has extensive experience with Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems and interoperability, having worked on the State of Florida’s Health Management System (HMS) with interfaces to commercial labs, such as LabCorp, in HL7, billing in x12 EDI, CDC disease reporting, and pharmacy ordering and fulfillment, just to name a few. Whether it’s patient registration, scheduling, eligibility, community case management, laboratory, radiological exams, prescriptions, disease control, billing, or grant fund management for referral and authorizations to provider management, we’ve got it covered.
GSI has experts covering the technology spectrum. Whether its big data/health analytics, business rule evaluations, interoperability, or agile application development, GSI is ready to move forward in our partnership with the GSA and deliver outstanding services and products to our federal agencies.
Deniz Franck, GSI’s founder and CEO, expressed her excitement at this new prospect: “All of us at GSI are excited to leverage the IT Schedule 70 to pursue and deliver successful projects for each of our federal customers, from the business to the client!” Franck goes a step further, revealing that “this follows our strategic plan to obtain the IT70 Health SIN, as well as obtain our HUBzone certification this year.”
Geek Sources is passionately dedicated to the success of its clients in accomplishing their mission. We are dedicated to our customers’ satisfaction and success. Geek Sources is known for having the best technical resources, with a strong integrity and a passion to serve. Our Geeks are innovators, constantly evaluating methodologies and technologies to assess their efficacy to our clients. We are the best technical brainpower in the industry and we truly care about doing what is right in all circumstances. Whether its serving our customers in IT or assisting those in our community experiencing homelessness or poverty, our goal is to make a difference in the lives of those around us. We take our work and reputation seriously and we look forward to this opportunity to work with new agencies and to strengthen ties with past agencies as we grow with the GSA.