XTec scoops deal with GSA



XTec has won a blanket purchase agreement from the General Services Administration (GSA) for HSPD-12 card issuance support of the Federal Acquisition Service’s Managed Service Office (MSO). The agreement includes Personal Identity Verification cards and personalisation services.
“GSA’s MSO delivers PIV cards to more than 90 customer agencies, commissions, and boards throughout the continental US and overseas,” says Kevin Kozlowski, vice president of Government Initiatives, XTec.
Under the terms of the agreement, the GSA may require technical and professional expertise for its customers as well as cardstock and personalisation services. XTec has teamed with Oberthur Technologies, which provides PIV cards to the federal government. The XTec Team will provide its products and services through the MSO’s USAccess program, which supports agencies’ logical and physical access control system implementation strategies.
A certified PIV and PIV-I provider, XTec says it has provided HSPD-12 and identity management products and services to federal clients for nearly two decades.


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