How to Order FSSI Wireless
The Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative (FSSI) Wireless program is GSA’s solution to help federal agencies more efficiently and effectively procure and manage wireless across your enterprises.
Through FSSI, you can leverage government-wide buying power to achieve strong savings, convenience, and improved management for your agency.
1. Gather your agency’s requirements
Assess your agency requirements. Use the Data Survey Template (Excel, 33KB) to gather service plan requirements, and communicate them to our vendor partners. If your agency has additional requirements, such as security or other customized services, a statement of work may be appropriate to describe those requirements. We have SOW templates available to get you started.
2. Request information from contractors
If your agency is not sure how to best define an FSSI wireless task order to meet your requirements, convey requirements and objectives to the vendor partners and request their suggestion(s). After reviewing the contractors’ responses, your agency can develop the Request for Quote (RFQ) using the RFQ Template (DOC, 83KB).
For additional support, the FSSI Wireless Economic Model (EM) assists agencies in conducting initial pricing research.
3. Issue the solicitation
Ensure fair opportunity in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) part 8.405-3(c)(2). If the task order is above the micro-purchase threshold, you must provide equal consideration for all FSSI Wireless vendor partners.
The best way to do this is through eBuy.
Alternatively, you can contact each of the contractors directly:
Note: The links below go to nongovernment commercial websites.
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|AT&T Mobility LLC||GS00Q13NSA3000||Chris Pelesky
OR Elizabeth Haugh,
|T-Mobile, Inc.||GS00Q13NSA3002||Paul Connelly
Or Clover Franklin
For more information, see the FSSI Wireless User Guide (PDF, 1MB).
4. Evaluate quotes.
5. Make the award and manage the task order.
It is the responsibility of each agency ordering contracting officer to know agency-specific policies for issuing orders on contract vehicles.
In addition, agencies can consult the User Guide (PDF, 1MB) for guidance and suggestions.