1. What Category Groups include ID Technologies LLC?
    ID Technologies LLC (ID) is a Small Business in Group A and Other than Small in Group D.

  2. What does the acronym “SEWP” stand for?
    Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP, pronounced 'soup')

  3. Is SEWP V a NASA contract?
    SEWP V is a contract that supports NASA IT requirements. However it is also a Government Wide Agency Contract (GWAC) that is open for sales to all Federal Government Activities and to Contractors that are employed to support these Activities.

  4. Are there any fees involved when purchasing products or services from ID’s SEWP V contracts?
    There is a fee of .36% on the total purchase price for any given order. The fee is included in the price of the quote and not listed separately.

  5. I can’t find the IT product that I require on your SEWP V contract. Is there a way that I can purchase the product that I require through the contract?
    If you don’t find what you need on the contract you should contact ID Technologies LLC to make arrangements to have it added to the contract. This can usually be accomplished within 24 hours.

  6. Your contract contains a large array of IT product offerings. Can services be purchased through the contract as well?
    Agencies may utilize SEWP contracts to purchase product based services. These services include site planning, installation, integration and product engineering services using the Service CLINs on the contract provided that the services directly support the site planning, installation and implementation of in scope equipment/products. The products may either be purchased separately from SEWP or by another means, or at the same time as the services.

    Labor services and ancillary products other than product training, maintenance, warranty, site planning, installation, integration and product engineering services and products already defined in the Product Classification Groups may be purchased using the Service CLINs on the contract provided that those services/products directly support the associated equipment purchased on that delivery and provided that these additional services/products do not exceed 5% of the price of the associated equipment/products. These limited services/products shall not be purchased separately from the related product purchase. The 5% restriction does not apply to product training, maintenance, warranty, site planning, installation, integration and product engineering services and products.

    The rates for services contained in the contractor’s price list applicable to this Contract are reviewed and approved as fair and reasonable. However, for orders with labor services based on labor rates, the issuing CO placing an order against the contract is responsible for considering the labor hours and mix of labor proposed to perform specific task being ordered and for making a determination that the price of those services is fair and reasonable.