GE Security Creates Authorized GSA Service Provider Program


GE Security has modified its contract with the General Services Administration (GSA) to update the schedule of available GE Security products. With the updated contract, GE Security’s authorized GSA service providers will have the ability to sell its products and provide service to federal, state and local government agencies across the United States.

Through the newly created GE Security Authorized GSA Service Provider Program, select partners will have access to the approved GSA product schedule, giving them the ability to secure more government contracts.

Additionally, the program was designed to streamline the governmental procurement process to ensure that the needs of the agencies are being met in a timely and cost effective fashion.

“The approval of our updated GSA contract represents a significant positive step towards not only strengthening our relationship with the GSA, but also towards growing our and our customers’ government business,” GE Security’s President and CEO, Dean Seavers, tells SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION.

State and local governments are now permitted to purchase goods and services off the GSA Schedule for security and fire equipment (Schedule 84) because of legislation passed by Congress earlier this year.  This will allow state and local governments to benefit from the federal government’s pricing power and further save by avoiding costly bidding and procurement processes.

In order to be considered as a member of the GE Security Authorized GSA Service Provider Program, a formal application and review process must be conducted. Program information is available from GE Security sales managers.

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