GSA Schedule

The GSA Schedule is a vehicle that allows any government agency to directly place task orders with any pre-approved firm for services.  This allows agencies to quickly acquire needed services for any project within the government under specified circumstances.

JMT has been issued multiple contracts through the GSA's Federal Supply Schedule program. Our firm's capabilities and pre-approved standard hourly rates are included with each of our Schedules.  This information permits direct and easy access to our services by clients throughout the Federal government.  Further, we can assist project managers and other potential users with information regarding the specific procedures to use to process GSA Schedule task order requests through your agency.

To view JMT's catalog and contract information, labor categories, and rates for specific disciplines, please select the schedule below to link to its associated GSA Advantage page.

GSA CONTRACT GS-00F-194CA, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SCHEDULE

JMT provides comprehensive services under the GSA's Professional Services Schedule (PSS). We have been awarded the following Special Item Number (SIN) codes under this contract:

  • 871-2 Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
  • 871-3 System Design, Engineering and Integration
  • 871-7 Construction Management
  • 899-1 Environmental Consulting Services
  • 899-7 Geographic Information Systems Services

Projects

GSA_01_s

GSA Energy Conservation Measures

JMT is providing energy conservation program services to the US General Services Administration for five Federal office buildings and courthouses within the Northeast and Caribbean region.

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VA_Soc_01_s

VISN 4 Statement of Conditions Surveys

JMT conducted a Statement of Conditions survey at nine VISN 4 facilities to assist in the preparation for the triennial Joint Commission accreditation surveys.

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CADD Services for Capitol Office Buildings

JMT has supported the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) with expedited CADD support services during the past four consecutive election cycles.

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