The GSA Schedule 36, also known as the GSA Office Imaging Schedule, covers office imaging services, including document scanning, optical character recognition, data entry and file conversion services. With the award of the GSA Schedule 36 contract, Data Dimensions now has increased access to federal contracts and opportunities uniquely suited to the services and solutions the company provides.
“The GSA Schedule 36 contract offers exciting opportunities for growth at Data Dimensions,” said Jon Boumstein, President and CEO. “It opens new pathways to government business for our company, gives us a competitive advantage in the federal market, and allows for a shorter and more simplified sales process. Our decades of experience and dedication to confidentiality, security and compliance ensure the safe handling of all types of government documents.”
The General Services Administration was established in 1949 to streamline the administrative work of the federal government. Today, through its two largest offices – the Public Buildings Service and the Federal Acquisition Service – the GSA provides workspace to more than 1 million federal civilian workers, oversees the preservation of more than 480 historic buildings and facilitates the federal government’s purchase of goods and services from commercial vendors.