Suntiva has been awarded a General Services Administration contract for human capital management and support, allowing it to offer a range of HR services to federal customers.
Suntiva’s GSA Schedule 738 X contract is a indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract with a 5-year base term and three 5-year options, and it encompasses the full spectrum of human capital management, administrative support, social services and Equal Employment Opportunity requirements, the company said.
Through the contract, Suntiva can offer an “a la carte” menu of specific services, through time and material contracts, labor hour contracts, or traditional firm fixed price contracts, said Suntiva President and CEO Hany Malik.
“Holding GSA Schedule 738 X gives Suntiva the ability to help any federal agency solve a myriad of complex human resource challenges,” Malik said. “As agencies are increasingly being asked to do more with less, this vehicle provides additional flexibility to contracting officers to obtain high quality human capital solutions for best value to help government leaders make meaningful, lasting change.”
Suntiva’s GSA Schedule contract includes five Special Item Numbers, covering agency human capital evaluation; agency human capital strategy, policy and operational planning; workforce analytics and employee records; talent development; and employee performance management. The enhanced Schedule 738 X will make it easier for government buyers to identify specific HR service providers and complements the Human Capital and Training Solutions vehicle Suntiva was awarded in 2016, the company added.
Mark Day, head of Suntiva’s federal civilian practice, said the Schedule 738 X contract will help valued government customers gain access to assistance with the full lifecycle of human capital strategy and HR services offered by the company.
“Federal agencies are faced with competing priorities—balancing the need for business process improvements with external and budgetary pressures, all while delivering effective programs to the public,” he said.