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NOTICE: Any quotes received from SEWP IV Contract Holders are valid only through the end of SEWP IV (April 30, 2015). Any subsequent SEWP IV orders must be signed and dated no later than midnight April 30, 2015. SEWP IV orders may be sent to the SEWP Program Office ( after April 30, but they will only be processed if their award date is prior to May 1, 2015. Updated: Tuesday, Apr. 21, 2015

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    Department Of Veterans Affairs

General VA Information Ordering Process Documents

In 2006 the previous IT contracts made available to the VA (PCHS-2) reached their ceiling limit. The leadership at the VA decided that using the NASA SEWP contracts would be more cost effective and would give them more control over their contracting needs - in addition it would enable to focus on its core mission. Veterans Affairs mandated use of the NASA SEWP Contracts in memo format on June 1, 2007.

VA Use of NASA SEWP IV Contracts   Read the Memo

Security Requirements for Unclassified Information Technology Resources

Contracting Officers (COs) must insert VA Acquisition Regulation (VAAR) clause 852.273-75, "Security Requirements for Unclassified Information Technology Resources," in all open and existing contracts that require the storage, generation, modification, transmission, or use of VA sensitive information no later than Aug 3, 2009. Further information can be located at the VA Acquisition Website:

Read the Requirements   PDF

VA Green Purchasing

Federal Acquisition Regulations: EPEAT Items; FAR Case 2013-016!documentDetail;D=FAR-2013-0016-0001
Effective Date: June 24, 2014
Action: Interim Rule

Summary: DoD, GSA, and NASA are issuing an interim rule amending the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to implement changes in the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT®) registry.
This Rule document was issued by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
For related information, Open Docket Folder
48 CFR Parts 2, 7, 11, 23, 39, and 52
RIN 9000-AM71
[FAC 2005-75; FAR Case 2013-016; Item I; Docket 2013-0016, Sequence 1] Federal Acquisition Regulation; EPEAT Items
Agencies Department of Defense (DoD), General Services Administration (GSA), and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Office of Acquisition and Logistics (OAL)
Acquisition Policy Flash 14-04
Dated: September 2, 2014

The purpose of this Acquisition Flash is to inform the VA Acquisition Workforce of changes to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) with regard to the requirement to procure Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT®)-registered products.
Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Section Impacted: FAR Subpart 23.7, Contracting for Environmentally Preferable Products and Services, and FAR Subpart 52.2, Text of Provisions and Clauses

Green purchasing, also known as sustainable acquisition, helps to reduce adverse impacts to the environment, conserve energy and other natural resources, improve public health and safety, and create new markets and jobs. VA promotes the Federal Green Purchasing Program. Information links regarding green purchasing laws, regulations and executive orders can be found on our Green Purchasing Mandates subpage:

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published a Green Purchasing FEC Partner Webinar for you to review as a reference guide in addition to the VA Green Purchasing web page above.

Federal Green Purchasing for Electronics: EPEAT, Energy Star and FEMP
Updated: March 2013

Memorandum for Senior Sustainability Officers provides answers to frequently asked questions concerning the types of electronic devices covered by EPEAT.
EPEAT Clarification for Federal Purchasers
Updated: 2/26/14


Note that VA policies do not allow hard drives (including those in copiers) to leave VA until the data residing on the drive is sanitized. VA orders should specify that all failed hard drives and any hard drives in equipment being returned to a contractor must first be sanitized in accordance with NIST Publication 800-88.

Updated: Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008

Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)

There are currently five (5) Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) set-aside contracts in Group B on SEWP that a purchasing agency can receive small business credit for when utilizing them. These companies are: Alvarez Associates, FedStore, i3 Federal, Three Wire Systems, and ThunderCat Technology. The Department of Veterans Affairs has verified Alvarez & Associates, Fedstore Corporation, Three Wire Systems, and Thundercat Technology as SDVOSBs in their Vendor Information Page (VIP) Database. Four Points Technology (located in Group A) is also an SDVOSB, however, they were not awarded an SDVOSB set-aside contract. Please email if you would like SEWP to provide personalized guidance based on your requirement. Alternatively, if you have questions about the capabilities or product solutions offered by one of these companies, please feel free to contact them individually to understand their offerings.

VIP Verified SDVOSBs VIP Unverified SDVOSBs
Alvarez & Associates i3 Federal
Fedstore Corporation  
Three Wire Systems  
Thundercat Technology  

Points of Contact for Department Of Veterans Affairs
General and specific price consideration/solicitation questions (vendors/contractors):
NASA SEWP IV Help Desk Team 301-286-1478
ITARS Program, general and specific questions:
Dionna McTaw; VACO, ITRM Acquisition (ITARS) (202) 461-7533
David Cesar; VACO, ITRM Acquisition (ITARS) (202) 461-7538
Theodore Lambert; VACO, ITRM Acquisition (ITARS) (202) 461-7697
Consuela Beverly; VACO, ITRM Acquisition (ITARS) (202) 461-0316