CIS TO INCLUDE CODE BLUE, SANYO WARES IN GSA JOBS
With its new five-year GSA contract in hand (GS-07F-0205K), CIS Security Systems Corp. announces it will be the exclusive provider of Code Blue products for GSA sales. Code Blue, a Holland, Mich.-based manufacturer of interactive voice communication systems, is best known for its line of pedestal-style communications products. Says CIS President Jim Williams, “Code Blue’s products have been tried and true on college campuses, in parking lots, and for other critical applications. Customers recognize and trust these reliable products, and we are proud to exclusively sell them under GSA.” Sanyo‘s security video products are also featured on the new CIS schedule. And since the new GSA Schedule 63 allows for ancillary services, customers can now have surveys performed, request system installation and have design/build applications done under the GSA contract.
Previously, customers could only purchase products under GSA schedules. Williams adds, “Agencies can now specify their equipment requirements and perform installations via the GSA schedule without having to go out for a bid.” CIS is an approved GSA supplier for American Fibertek, Checkpoint Systems, Chugai, Dedicated Micros, NVT, Panasonic, Pelco and Sony.
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