Contract Info & Ordering Guide

SEWP V Contracts: NNG15SD55B & NNG15SD93B


Transource Computers is proud to offer SEWP V customers with Desktop Computer Systems, Workstation Systems, Notebook Systems, Server Systems, Networking/Video Telepresence equipment and Thousands of IT peripherals all available under the preferred purchase agreement (NNG15SD55B & NNG15SD93B) between Transource and SEWP Program Management Office. Transource offers competitive pricing under this Agreement in accordance with a predefined Price Schedule. In addition to the predefined Price Schedule, Transource offers additional discounts for larger projects. In an effort to best serve our SEWP V customers, Transource provides system specification information, interactive peripheral product selection and pre agreed schedule pricing through this website.

Contract(s):   SEWP V Group A: NNG15SD55B
  SEWP V Group C: NNG15SD93B
Who:   All SEWP V Customers
When:   05/01/2015 - 04/30/2025
Contract Type:   Fixed Price, IDIQ
The SEWP Fee is:   .34%
Group / Catalog A

The Computer Systems/Server group of systems and services will be used to provide systems that shall be scalable and applied to meet a wide range of computer and data-intensive requirements. The requirements include computeintensive traditional optimized applications such as modeling, and mathematical analysis. Applications include, but are not limited to, atmospheric and oceanographic modeling, ocean color or crustal dynamics studies, ozone and seaice mapping, radio astronomy, high-energy astrophysics applications, flight dynamics computations, and fluid flow dynamic process modeling. These systems may need Infiniband network interconnects to achieve the very highest performance. These systems may be used in the configuration of highly virtualized arrays of servers, connected together in a super-computer configuration or managed selectively.

The critical features of this Group are high compute capability, scalability (potentially from a single rack to multiple racks to a series of containers) fast primary storage and network communications, and large data storage capability. 128-bit arithmetic may be needed to support these requirements. This group of system will most likely reside away from the user’s work area and be accessed primarily over the network.

This Group will include hardware systems and peripherals, software and software licenses, and hardware and software maintenance services including analyst support.

Group / Catalog C

This group includes Input and Output peripherals and other equipment that support and complement the full implementation of computer systems. These items may be purchased by the Government separately from the computer systems but rely on standards and standard interfaces to ensure interoperability with existing computer systems. Included in this group are display terminals and systems and other low-end client systems to allow user connectivity to a full range of computer systems; scanners to allow inputting of information from hard-copy forms; input devices such as sensors directly connected to computer monitoring systems; mobile systems and smart phones to allow mobile access to individual’s computing needs.

This group also includes Multi-functional devices (MFD) which are single devices that serve several functions, including printing, scanning, faxing and photocopying.

Transource SEWP V Ordering Guide

SEWP Overview

The Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V (SEWP V) is a Government Wide Agency Contract (GWAC) available to NASA and most other Government Agencies and authorized government contractors. This 10 year GWAC is an indefinite delivery, in definite quantity contract that can be used to purchase a wide range of technology products and services. Available advanced technology products through SEWP V include tablets, desktops and servers; IT peripherals; network equipment; storage systems; security tools; software products; cloud based services; video conferencing systems and other IT and Audio-Visual products. Product based services such as installation; training, maintenance and warranty are also available through SEWP. As a Government-Wide Acquisition Contract, the SEWP contracts are utilized by all Federal Agencies. Through SEWP, agencies can find an exact fit for their needs at the best overall value.


Transource Overview

Transource is proud to be supporting all Federal Government Agencies as a woman owned small business under Group A and C of the SEWP V contract. Founded in 1984, Transource has steadily grown into a highly visible and competitive master system integrator providing total solution integration with custom server, cluster, workstation, desktop and notebook computer systems. As a value added reseller and original equipment manufacturer with over 600,000 computer-related products, we maintain a large product inventory in sixteen warehouses across the United States. Well versed in Government procurement, Transource has developed highly competitive pricing advantages along with preferred product delivery status and service to our customer base. We’ve built strong relationships with many specializing entities and we’ve simplified the procurement process for our customers - a single resource for products, product maintenance and technical services. Transource is recognized nationwide in system building circles as a strong leader providing seamless computer systems and technology purchasing solutions to both regional and national customers.


How to obtain a Quote

A quote under the SEWP V contact can be obtained from Transource in any of the following ways:


  1. Email requests for quotes to or email your Sales Account Manager
  2. Call toll free -800-486-3715 to speak to a dedicated SEWP V Sales Account Manager
  3. Request a quote from using the Quote Request Tool
  4. Fax requests for quotes to 623-879-8881


If you are submitting your inquiry via email, please be sure to include your full name, agency name, contact information (including phone number), and a description of the products or solutions for which you would like to be quoted or need information on.


How to Order and Product Availability

Customers can use the SEWP V website at to view millions of available unique products.  The SEWP Quote Request Tool is the most reliable source for obtaining the current list of available products. You can also contact Transource directly to discuss product availability with your dedicated Sales Account Manager.


Please note that all orders on the SEWP V contract must be routed through the SEWP Program Management Office (PMO), and not sent directly to Transource.  All delivery orders are processed within one business day of receipt and electronically forwarded to Transource by the SEWP Project Management Office (PMO). Customers can contact their Transource Sales Account Manager for assistance with processing orders or they can use the other methods below.


FAX orders and completed forms to:



OR E-Mail PDF or Image Files to:


OR Send orders and completed forms to:


SEWP Program Management Office (PMO)

10210 Greenbelt Road

Suite #200

Lanham, MD 20706


Phone: (301)286-1478

Fax: (301)286-0317


Note: It is preferred that orders be accompanied by the SEWP Fax Cover Sheet (PDF) – see additional resources below.


How to Troubleshoot a Problematic Order

Transource’s SEWP V team is committed to getting the right products delivered on time, to the right location, and invoiced correctly. Should a problem occur at any stage in the ordering, delivery or service process, contact us using the information below based on your needs.


Transource Sales Support:

1-800-486-3715 Opt. 1 or direct extension of your Sales Account Manager


Transource Technical and Warranty Support:

1-888-544-5120 Opt 2


Transource Invoicing and Billing:

1-800-486-3715 Opt 3

Installation and Warranty Support

Warranty and installation offerings are specific to each manufacturer’s product. Please contact your Transource Sales Account Manager about warranties and installations for the products you are interested in purchasing.


Transource Sales Support:

1-800-486-3715 Opt. 1 or direct extension of your Sales Account Manager



Fair Opportunity When Using SEWP Contracts

SEWP V is composed of 197 Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts to over 140 pre-competed Prime Contract Holders, both manufacturers and resellers of IT equipment. The contracts were awarded in 5 contract Groups - 2 full and open and 3 set-aside competitions. Since all awards were multi-award contracts, Fair Opportunity (refer to FAR 16.505(b)) must be given to all contractors in one or more Groups or set-asides.

The SEWP website provides the only SEWP recommended tools for manufacturer searches Market Research Tool and for Request for Information/Request for Quotes (RFI/RFQ) (Quote Request Tool). These tools are available to assist customers with buying decisions and as one means to provide documentation for any needed selection criteria. The following steps may assist customers in determining which contract best fulfills their requirements:

  1. Market Research: According to Federal Acquisition Regulations, (FAR) Part 10, appropriate market research based on the size and complexity of the acquisition is required. The Online Market Research Tool and Quote Request Tool SEWP tools assist in this market research process.
  2. Fair Opportunity:FAR 16.505(b) (1) provides that each contractor shall be given fair opportunity to be considered for each order exceeding $10,000 and issued under multiple award contracts. The FAR states that the method to obtain fair opportunity is at the discretion of the CO and that the CO must document the rationale for placement and price of each order. Using the SEWP online Quote Request Tool is the recommended method to assist in this activity and to augment the required decision documentation. The SEWP QRT tool will automatically include the Contract Holders within a selected Group or based on a suggested source.

NOTE: Fair Opportunity to all Contract Holders within one or more SEWP Groups or set-asides is required. There is no requirement to obtain 3 quotes as long as all Contract Holders within a Group or set-aside were provided opportunity to provide a quote.

  1. Best Value:Once market research is completed, the end-user's needs, technical requirements, Contract Holder program performance, price, Agency policy and other factors related to the exercise of sound business judgment should be considered in making a best value determination.


Additional Customer Resources


  1. NASA SEWP V Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement 2019-2020 GWAC Guide

  3. SEWP V Ordering Form

  5. Fair Opportunity: FAR 16.505(b)