CMA has the Public-Sector Covered

CMA kicks off 2019 with a strong collection of government contracts from across the country. The depth and breadth of these contracts ensure our public-sector clients can easily access and purchase CMA’s products and services.

These contracts, and others like them, aid in shortening procurement cycles, guarantee compliance, and promote solutions with the best value.


U.S. General Services Administration (GSA):
IT Schedule 70 is an IT procurement vehicle for general purpose information technology equipment, software, and services.


DAS: Master Service Agreement


Florida Dept. of Management Services (DMS): Florida State Term Contract (STC) for use by all eligible customers to obtain IT staff augmentation services.


Commbuys: ITS53 IT Project Services (DBITS)

New York

New York Office of General Services:

New York State, PBITS: A resultant-centralized contract for project-based IT consulting services.

New York City Dept. of Information Technology & Telecommunications: DoITT SI Class2 — Citywide Systems Integration Services (SI) projects above 5M up to 25M.


Ohio Dept. of Administrative Services: Multi-award schedule.

Ohio Dept. of Administrative Services: To assist Information Technology hardware, software, and services suppliers who meet the Controlling Board waiver requirements for a state term schedule (STS).

Ohio Dept. of Administrative Services, DBITS: For Deliverable-based information technology services.

Ohio Dept. of Jobs and Family Services: Multi-award schedule.


Texas Dept. of Information Resources: For temporary IT staff for IT projects.

Texas Dept. of Information Resources: For delivery-based projects.

Texas Dept. of Information Resources: For products and related services.

Woman-Owned Business

CMA is certified as a woman-owned business in the following areas:

  • Massachusetts
  • New York City
  • New York State
  • NY/NJ Port Authority

Stay Up-To-Date

We keep an up-to-date version of this list on our contracts page.