Orion GSA Schedule

Orion holds a Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) with the Federal General Services Administration (GSA) for Special Item Numbers (SINs) 513210, 518210 and 54141S. While GSA enables federal agencies to procure a wide range of products and services, it is also available to State and Local agencies using GSA's Cooperative Purchasing Program.

GSA Contract Number: 47QTCA22D0032

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When we say “Our Mission is to Serve Those Who Serve” – we mean it. This is our company mission and we have been doing it for over two decades.


  • Orion can support small, medium to large (5,000+ workforce) agencies.
  • Orion Help Desk personnel are CJIS certified, with no contracted labour.
  • Orion can provide FedRAMP-certified high impact level services.



  • 513210 - Software Licenses
  • 518210 - Related IT Pro Services
  • 54151S – IT Professional Services


Orion’s core competencies include a blend of technical expertise with subject matter experts who understand the complexities of managing government personnel.


  • Automation of complex administrative and operational workforce processes
  • API solutions for exporting, importing, and validating data exchanges
  • Consulting expertise for adapting manual processes to online efficiencies


  • DUNS: 073465127
  • CAGE Code: 3PJD4
  • Geographic Coverage: 48 States, DC
  • Small Business / Women Owned Business
  • NCTRCA DBE Cert. #WFDB62062N1222
  • WBENC National Cert. #2005123601



  • Workforce Management PLUS
    • Payroll Export Toolbelt
    • Scheduling Toolbelt
    • Operations Toolbelt
  • CourtNotify Subpoena Management
  • Orion Mobile App
  • MobileTRKR (AttendanceTRKR)
  • Inbound and Outbound IVR
  • Interactive Analytics
  • Interface Agent 1-way and 2-way

GSA Supports Local and State Government Agencies

GSA Schedule contracts play an important role in ensuring that federal, state and local governments remain strong and successful in today's rapidly evolving digital world. Officials can save time and money by avoiding the laborious bidding process, which can often take years.


How Does the Cooperative Purchasing Program Work?


The Program is voluntary and there is no charge to enroll. It's open to State and Local government organizations that register on GSA's website. Registered entities can access the GSA database of available contracts and place orders directly with suppliers. To place an order, you must conduct a formative evaluation and then follow the steps listed below.  

  1. S&L agency conducts research utilizing the following resources:
    • GSA Advantage! is available to assist with the identification of technology goods and services.
    • Industry partners’ catalogs or pricing lists might provide information on delivery areas, environmental features, and warranties.
    • The GSA eLibrary can assist with proposal review, contract terms and clauses, socioeconomic factors, and EPLS status.  When it comes to contract awards, GSA eLibrary is the best place to go.
  2. Use GSA eBuy templates to construct an RFI or RFQ and send it out to prospective vendors.
  3. Analyze the returned feedback. In the case of an RFI, you must ascertain whether suppliers are available before moving into an RFQ and considering quotes. You can also use the GSA eLibrary to learn more about a company's partners and their contracts.
  4. As a final step, you'll award the project using a paperless contracting system or other eBuy tools.

How Can We Serve Your Agency?

Our subject matter experts would enjoy learning how you are managing your workforce and if there are any challenges you may be experiencing. Most of us come from the public sector and understand the types of workforce challenges you face daily. Just let us know how you'd like to connect!