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W3 is the 1st eBusiness Usage as a Service (UaaS) subscription provider to empower NASA SEWP V contract holders with a fully functioning DXP solution without allocating any resources, taking risks or having to pay anything to get started.
The W3 Digital Experience Platform (DXP) is a fully integrated SEO optimized tech stack that leverages the world's best NASA SEWP V content, technology and SEO skilled resources to connect and align your marketing, sales, operations and customer success portal with Google's ever growing network.
From lead-to-cash and post service support, W3 DXP delivers everything you need to streamline, automate and scale your business across the full customer life cycle to drive new revenue through operational efficiencies within a single platform.
W3 DxP replaces 8 to 12 Apps
W3 eliminates the need to manage and license multiple applications to streamline, automate and scale your NASA SEWP V business with a fully integrated workflow platform.
The following application list shows a typical example of a poorly assembled technology stack from a mid-sized NASA SEWP V contract holder. The following applications were used for ...
With an approximate subscription and internal resource cost of over $20,000 per month, it's easy to see how a disconnected and poorly assembled technology stack can be harming your business.
Let us show you how to migrate over to a fully integrated harmonious technology stack that does everything, connects with anything and costs a fraction of the price.
We take the stress out of eBusiness
It would take 8 to 12 siloed applications and an army of programmers to do what W3 DxP can deliver from a single hub.
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World’s most advanced SEO optimized Tech Stack
W3 DxP is an all-in-one business platform that bundles the world's best SEO optimized NASA SEWP V content, technology and skilled resources. It rapidly deploys a fully integrated NASA SEWP V marketing and sales strategy that's easy and affordable.
A scalable SEO Contract & Business Platform that does everything, connects with anything and supports every industry.
Empower your website with great content
You'll inherit the best SEWP V microsite to fuel your website with everything needed to stand out and get recognized by Google as the best SEWP V content contributor using our Topical Authority SEO strategy.
SEWP V Content Synchronization Services (CSS) include:
Send personalized emails
You'll inherit a suite of ready-to-send SEWP V email campaigns that will keep your clients informed and engaged.
With personalized emails and SEWP V opportunity alerts, fostering stronger relationships and growing sales is easy when you have the best SEWP V email marketing solution.Email Marketing
Free Organic Reach
Using ready-to-post social media ads, you can be everywhere your buyers are so you can engage with existing customers who already love SEWP V.
Mix-&-match SEO tactics to reach your goals
There are many types of SEO strategies to increase traffic, the key is finding the right combination.
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Take the lead by building your SEWP V SEO authority
Using search to drive traffic requires a strong SEWP V off page SEO and back link strategy. Lets us build you the best SEWP V off page strategy!Off page SEO Strategy
Drive local traffic
With SEWP V Local SEO, we'll make sure you're noticed.
Run paid ads when and where it counts
The fastest way to drive traffic to your SEWP V microsite is using social advertising to leverage your unique selling proposition (USP) to target your ideal SEWP V customers (ICP).
Attract leads who are ready to buy
SEWP V Search Engine Marketing is a great way to leverage pay per click (PPC) and pay per thousand (PPM) advertising strategies to reach customers who are ready to buy.
Keep your customers engaged
SEWP V Blogs and newsletters provide an easy way to keep customers engaged while improving your chances to rank 1st on Google for SEWP V.
Make SEWP V stand out
Creating and hosting unique SEWP V content is an great way to standout and rank 1st on Google for SEWP V.
Standout with Rich Snippets on Google
With SEWP V rich snippets and advanced schema, we'll empower you with everything you need to stand out and rank 1st on Google for SEWP V.
The ultimate SEO digital experience
SEWP V DxP has an integrated software framework that engages everyone across the organization using digital touchpoints that seamlessly connects all your critical functions and customer facing applications into one fully integrated workflow solution.
Stay organized the easy way
Let our SEWP V Customer Relationship Management App help you automate and organize all your leads and customers using the best SEWP V Leads Management and CRM app on the market.CRM Automation
Streamline and automate your sales process
The SEWP V Configure, Price and Quote module offers the easiest and fastest way to win new business.
Never lose another sale
Streamline your sales process with our SEWP V sales funnel and never let another opportunity slip away. Organize, manage and follow up on leads with our built-in SEWP V sales pipeline.Sales Pipeline
Sell products and accept payments online
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Automatically calculate and apply taxes
With potential sales coming from all across the country, computing taxes in real-time is easy with our fully integrated SEWP V taxation lookup service and eCommerce module.
Give your clients great support
Easily manage service requests using our built in SEWP V customer service and ticketing system to provide a seamless customer experience.Help Desk Support
Empower your clients with useful tools
Leverage our SEWP V lifecycle management tools to generate more sales by sending reminder notices at the right time and for the right assets. Easily manage license renewals, hardware refresh, consumables, warranties, service contracts etc....Asset Management
Convert visitors into customers
Communicate directly with clients using our built-in SEWP V live chat features.
You can also build automated responses, transfer conversations among internal team members with SEWP V corporate chat, share documents and more.Live Chat
Give your customers a unified experience
Allow customers to link and transact with your SEWP V eCommerce system using their procurement punch out (punchout) solution.
Plus you can opt-in to our SEWP V single-sign-on (SSO) module to accommodate clients to log into all your applications using a single login.Punch Out and SSO
Seamlessly connect with your partners
Get real time SEWP V pricing and inventory updates, including the ability to submit orders and receive advanced shipment notifications (ASN), update ETA's and more via a single click.
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Make billing and invoicing faster with automation
Get a 360° view of your business
Make accurate data driven decisions
Experience unlimited flexibility & scalability
The SEWP V DxP platform can support custom workflow to meet the unique needs of your business.
Our custom integration, workflow and business logic engine empowers customers to integrate and customize your solution to do anything and everything eBusiness related.Custom Workflow Flexibility
Your SEO Business Specialists
You'll inherit a SEWP V marketing and sales program powered by a dedicated team of SEO business specialists to help you become the most recognized brand in your marketplace.
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Solutions for Enterprise Wide Procurement (SEWP) is an Office of Management and Budget authorized Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) covering everything IT related serving federal government agencies and approved federal contractors.
The NASA SEWP V (SEWPV, SEWP-V) contract has an outstanding track record of serving up fresh technology for federal agencies and approved federal contractors. SEWP is a GWAC consisting of 140+ Prime Contract Holders, including more than 100 small businesses.
The SEWP V contract offers a vast selection of commercial advanced technology, including: Desktops and servers, ICT peripherals, Network equipment, Storage systems, Security tools, Software products, Cloud based services, Telecommunication, Health ICT, Video conferencing systems, Other ICT and Audio-Visual products.
NASA SEWP V (SEWPV, SEWP-V) contracts are firm fixed price contracts that offer a wide variety of IT products and product based services, including:
SEWP also offers product based services such as installation, maintenance and other services related to in-scope products to all Federal Agencies (including Department of Defense) and their approved support service contractors. SEWP offers low prices and the easiest and fastest quoting and ordering procedures using pre-competed contracts.
Through SEWP, Agencies can find an exact fit for their needs at the best overall value by choosing the right solutions offered directly by leading hardware and software manufacturers and experienced government integrators and service providers.
Contract Type: Fixed Price, IDIQ
SEWP is divided into 5 Groups of contracts. Groups A, B(1), B(2), C and D were awarded through a competitive process. Group A was a full and open competition and consists primarily of large and small OEM’s/manufacturers. Groups B, C, and D consists primarily of Value Added Resellers. Group B(1) was a small business set-aside competition for HUBZone businesses. Group B(2) was a small business set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB). Group C was a small business set-aside for Small Businesses. Group D was a full and open competition and consists of both small and large businesses.
Per Fair Opportunity as required by FAR Part 16, all Contract Holders within any one individual group must be considered (the SEWP online Quote Request Tool automatically provide the Fair Opportunity groupings when selecting Contract Holders). It is recommended to post requirements to multiple groups for maximum competition.
Contract Effective Dates: All NASA SEWP V (SEWPV, SEWP-V) Contracts have an effective ordering period of May 1, 2015 through April 30, 2025. The base contracts were awarded for 5 years with one 5 year option for a total of 10 years. Each contract has a $20 Billion contract limit.
Contract Ceiling Limit: The current available ceiling for any given contract is a minimum of $17,880,479,556.89.
|Contract Holders Company Name||Contract(s)||Group(s)||Business Designation||Certifications|
|4 Star Technologies (4 Star Technologies, Inc.)||NNG15SD06B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|A&T Marketing, Inc. dba AT Networks (AT Networks)||NNG15SD58B||C||EDWOSB, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|AATD, LLC (AATD)||NNG15SD18B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|ABBA Technologies, Inc. (ABBA Technologies)||NNG15SC00B||A||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|ABBA Technologies, Inc. (ABBA Technologies)||NNG15SD59B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|ABF Data Systems, Inc. dba Direct Systems Support (DSS)||NNG15SD46B||A||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|ABM Federal Sales, Inc. (ABM Federal Sales)||NNG15SC56B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Accelera Solutions, Inc. (Accelera Solutions)||NNG15SC57B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|AccessAgility, LLC (AccessAgility)||NNG15SC23B||D||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|ACE Technology Partners, LLC (ACE Technology Partners)||NNG15SC58B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated,ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Advanced Computer Concepts, Inc. (ACC)||NNG15SE01B||D||WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Advanced Computer Concepts, Inc. (ACC)||NNG15SD60B||C||WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Affigent, LLC (Affigent)||NNG15SC24B||D||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Affigent, LLC (Affigent)||NNG15SC59B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Akira Technologies, Inc. (Akira Technologies)||NNG15SD61B||C||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Akira Technologies, Inc. (Akira Technologies)||NNG15SD07B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|All Points Logistics, LLC (All Points Logistics)||NNG15SC25B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Alliance Technology Group, LLC (Alliance Technology)||NNG15SC02B||A||WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Alliance Technology Group, LLC (Alliance Technology)||NNG15SD62B||C||WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|AlphaSix Corporation (AlphaSix)||NNG15SD63B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|AlphaSix Corporation (AlphaSix)||NNG15SD28B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Alvarez LLC (Alvarez)||NNG15SC60B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Alvarez LLC (Alvarez)||NNG15SD19B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|American Wordata, Inc. (AWData)||NNG15SC62B||C||EDWOSB, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Anacapa Micro Products, Inc. (Anacapa Micro Products)||NNG15SD64B||C||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Anacapa Micro Products, Inc. (Anacapa Micro Products)||NNG15SD08B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Architechture Solutions, LLC (Architechture)||NNG15SD94B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Architechture Solutions, LLC (Architechture)||NNG15SD42B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|AT&T Corporation (AT&T)||NNG15SE02B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|August Schell Enterprises, Inc. (August Schell)||NNG15SD80B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Aurora Systems Consulting, Inc. (Aurora)||NNG15SD79B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|BahFed Corp. (BahFed)||NNG15SD09B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Better Direct, LLC (Better Direct)||NNG15SD45B||A||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Better Direct, LLC (Better Direct)||NNG15SD65B||C||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Better Direct, LLC (Better Direct)||NNG15SD10B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Blue Tech, Inc. (Blue Tech)||NNG15SE16B||D||HUBZone, WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Blue Tech, Inc. (Blue Tech)||NNG15SC63B||C||HUBZone, WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Blue Tech, Inc. (Blue Tech)||NNG15SD00B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone, WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Carahsoft Technology Corporation (Carahsoft Technology)||NNG15SC03B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Carahsoft Technology Corporation (Carahsoft Technology)||NNG15SC27B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Carolina Advanced Digital, Inc. (Carolina Adv. Dig. (CAD))||NNG15SD67B||C||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Cartridge Technologies, LLC. (CTI)||NNG15SD68B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|CDW Government, LLC (CDW-G)||NNG15SC04B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|CDW Government, LLC (CDW-G)||NNG15SC28B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|CMA Technology , Inc. (CMA)||NNG15SD71B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Colossal Contracting, LLC (Colossal)||NNG15SD72B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Copper River Information Technology, LLC (Copper River)||NNG15SC29B||D||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Copper River Information Technology, LLC (Copper River)||NNG15SC64B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|CounterTrade Products, Inc (CounterTrade Products)||NNG15SC05B||A||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|CounterTrade Products, Inc (CounterTrade Products)||NNG15SC30B||D||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|CounterTrade Products, Inc (CounterTrade Products)||NNG15SC65B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|CSP Enterprises, LLC (CSP Enterprises)||NNG15SC66B||C||EDWOSB, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Cynergy Professional Systems, LLC (Cynergy Professional)||NNG15SC67B||C||EDWOSB, HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB, WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Cynergy Professional Systems, LLC (Cynergy Professional)||NNG15SD20B||B_SDVOSB||EDWOSB, HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB, WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Dell Federal Systems, L.P. (Dell)||NNG15SC06B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|DH Technologies, LLC (DH Technologies)||NNG15SC70B||C||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Distributed Technology Group LLC (DTG)||NNG15SC31B||D||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|DISYS Solutions, Inc. (DISYS Solutions (DSI))||NNG15SE04B||D||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|DISYS Solutions, Inc. (DISYS Solutions (DSI))||NNG15SD73B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|DLT Solutions, LLC (DLT)||NNG15SC07B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|DLT Solutions, LLC (DLT)||NNG15SC98B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|DRS Network & Imaging Systems, LLC (DRS)||NNG15SC08B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|DRS Network & Imaging Systems, LLC (DRS)||NNG15SE05B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Dynamic Systems, Inc. (Dynamic Systems)||NNG15SC09B||A||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Dynamic Systems, Inc. (Dynamic Systems)||NNG15SC69B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Emergent, LLC (Emergent)||NNG15SC10B||A||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Emergent, LLC (Emergent)||NNG15SC33B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Enterprise Technology Solutions, Inc. (ETSI)||NNG15SD76B||C||EDWOSB, HUBZone, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Epoch Concepts, LLC (Epoch Concepts)||NNG15SD30B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|FCN Technology Solutions (FCN Inc. dba F C N)||NNG15SC71B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|FedBiz IT Solutions, LLC (FedBiz IT Solutions)||NNG15SD01B||B_HUBZone||EDWOSB, HUBZone, VOSB, WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Federal Resources Corporation (Federal Resources Corp.)||NNG15SC61B||C||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Federal Tech Solutions, Inc. (FTSI)||NNG15SD77B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|FedStore Corporation (FedStore)||NNG15SC72B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|FedStore Corporation (FedStore)||NNG15SD21B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Flywheel Data, LLC (Flywheel Data)||NNG15SD90B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Four LLC (Four LLC)||NNG15SC73B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Four Points Technology, LLC (Four Points Technology)||NNG15SC74B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Four Points Technology, LLC (Four Points Technology)||NNG15SD22B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Future Tech Enterprise, Inc. dba FTEI (FTEI)||NNG15SC86B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|G.C. Micro Corporation (GC Micro)||NNG15SC75B||C||WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|General Dynamics One Source, LLC (GDOS)||NNG15SC12B||A||Other Than Small|
|General Dynamics One Source, LLC (GDOS)||NNG15SC35B||D||Other Than Small|
|GovConnection, Inc. dba Connection Public Sector Solutions (GovConnection)||NNG15SC36B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Government Acquisitions, Inc. (GAI)||NNG15SC78B||C||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Government Acquisitions, Inc. (GAI)||NNG15SD23B||B_SDVOSB||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|GovPlace, Inc. (GovPlace, Inc.)||NNG15SC37B||D||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|GovPlace, Inc. (GovPlace, Inc.)||NNG15SC77B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|GovSmart, Inc. (GovSmart)||NNG15SD11B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Greenbrier Government Solutions Inc. (Greenbrier)||NNG15SD49B||A||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Greenbrier Government Solutions Inc. (Greenbrier)||NNG15SE09B||D||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE)||NNG15SC14B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|HPI Federal LLC (HPI Federal)||NNG15SD47B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Hyperion, Inc. (Hyperion)||NNG15SE07B||D||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|i3 Federal, LLC (i3 Federal)||NNG15SD31B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|IBM Corporation (IBM)||NNG15SC15B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|ID Technologies, LLC (ID Technologies)||NNG15SD48B||A||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|ID Technologies, LLC (ID Technologies)||NNG15SE08B||D||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|iGov Technologies, Inc. (iGov Technologies)||NNG15SD81B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Immersion CyKor, LLC (CyKor)||NNG15SD66B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Immixtechnology, Inc. (ImmixGroup)||NNG15SC16B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Immixtechnology, Inc. (ImmixGroup)||NNG15SC39B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Insight Public Sector, Inc. (Insight)||NNG15SC40B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Integration Technologies Group, Inc. (ITG)||NNG15SC79B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Intelligent Waves LLC (Intelligent Waves)||NNG15SD32B||B_SDVOSB||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Iron Bow Technologies, LLC (Iron Bow Technologies)||NNG15SC41B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|J.C. Technology, Inc. dba ACE COMPUTERS (ACE Computers)||NNG15SC01B||A||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|KOI Computers, Inc. (KOI Computers)||NNG15SD50B||A||EDWOSB, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|KPaul Properties LLC (KPaul)||NNG15SD33B||B_SDVOSB||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Lancer Information Solutions, LLC (Lancer)||NNG15SD29B||B_SDVOSB||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Lyme Computer Systems, Inc. (Lyme Technology Solutions)||NNG15SC80B||C||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|M2 Technology, Inc. (M2 Technology)||NNG15SC81B||C||VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Marshall Communications Corp. (Marshall Communications)||NNG15SD82B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|MCP Computer Products Inc. dba Millennium Computer Products (MCP Computer Products Inc)||NNG15SD83B||C||EDWOSB, WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Mercom, Inc. (Mercom)||NNG15SD84B||C||EDWOSB, HUBZone, WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Merlin International, Inc. dba Merlin Technical Solutions (Merlin)||NNG15SC17B||A||VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|METGreen Solutions, Inc (METGreen)||NNG15SD87B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|METGreen Solutions, Inc (METGreen)||NNG15SD37B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|MicroTechnologies LLC dba MicroTech (MicroTech)||NNG15SC42B||D||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Minburn Technology Group, LLC (Minburn)||NNG15SD34B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|MVS, Inc. (MVS)||NNG15SD12B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|NAMTEK Corp. (NAMTEK)||NNG15SE10B||D||SDVOSB, VOSB|
|NAMTEK Corp. (NAMTEK)||NNG15SD36B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB|
|NCS Technologies, Inc. (NCS)||NNG15SD51B||A||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|NCS Technologies, Inc. (NCS)||NNG15SD85B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Netsync Network Solutions, Inc (Netsync Network Solution)||NNG15SC76B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|New Tech Solutions, Inc. (New Tech Solutions)||NNG15SC82B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|NexTech Solutions LLC (NexTech)||NNG15SD03B||B_HUBZone||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Norseman Defense Technologies (Norseman)||NNG15SC83B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Northern Technologies Group, Inc (NTG)||NNG15SC43B||D||EDWOSB, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|OCG Telecom (OCG Telecom)||NNG15SD13B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Optivor Technologies, LLC (Optivor Technologies)||NNG15SC84B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Panamerica Computers, Inc., dba PCITec (PCITec)||NNG15SD02B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Paragon Micro Inc. (Paragon Micro)||NNG15SD91B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|PC Specialists,Inc dba Technology Integration Group (TIG)||NNG15SE13B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|PCMG, Inc (PCMG)||NNG15SC18B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|PCMG, Inc (PCMG)||NNG15SC44B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|PetroSys Solutions Inc. dba psitechnology (PSI Technology)||NNG15SD52B||A||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|PetroSys Solutions Inc. dba psitechnology (PSI Technology)||NNG15SD86B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Presidio Networked Solutions LLC (Presidio)||NNG15SC45B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Red River Technology LLC (Red River)||NNG15SC46B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Red River Technology LLC (Red River)||NNG15SC85B||C||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|RedHawk IT Solutions, LLC (RedHawk IT)||NNG15SD88B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|RedHawk IT Solutions, LLC (RedHawk IT)||NNG15SD38B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Regan Technologies Corporation (Regan Technologies)||NNG15SD39B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Science Application International Corporation dba SAIC (SAIC)||NNG15SC21B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Science Application International Corporation dba SAIC (SAIC)||NNG15SC52B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|SEWP Solutions, LLC (SEWP Solutions)||NNG15SC19B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|SHI International Corporation (SHI International)||NNG15SD53B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|SHI International Corporation (SHI International)||NNG15SE11B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Sierra7, Inc. (Sierra7)||NNG15SD78B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|SIRIUS FEDERAL, LLC (SIRIUS FEDERAL, LLC)||NNG15SC11B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|SIRIUS FEDERAL, LLC (SIRIUS FEDERAL, LLC)||NNG15SC34B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|SMS Data Products Group, Inc. (SMS)||NNG15SC47B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Software Information Resource Corp. (SIRC)||NNG15SD74B||C||HUBZone, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Standard Blazar, LLC (Standard Blazar)||NNG15SD70B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Sterling Computers Corporation (Sterling Computers)||NNG15SC20B||A||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Sterling Computers Corporation (Sterling Computers)||NNG15SC49B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Sterling Computers Corporation (Sterling Computers)||NNG15SC89B||C||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Storsoft Technology Corp. (Storsoft Technology)||NNG15SD89B||C||HUBZone||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Strategic Communications, LLC (Strategic Communications)||NNG15SC50B||D||WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Strategic Communications, LLC (Strategic Communications)||NNG15SC90B||C||WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Swish Data Corporation (Swish Data)||NNG15SC91B||C||HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Sysorex Government Services, Inc. (Sysorex)||NNG15SC88B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|TechAnax LLC (TechAnax)||NNG15SD24B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Technica Corporation (Technica)||NNG15SE12B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Technology Solutions Provider, Inc. (TSPi)||NNG15SD92B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Three Wire Systems, LLC (Three Wire Systems)||NNG15SD25B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|ThunderCat Technology, LLC (ThunderCat Technology)||NNG15SC92B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|ThunderCat Technology, LLC (ThunderCat Technology)||NNG15SD26B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Trace Systems Inc. (Trace Systems)||NNG15SC48B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Transource Services Corp. dba Transource Computers (Transource)||NNG15SD55B||A||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Transource Services Corp. dba Transource Computers (Transource)||NNG15SD93B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Tribalco, LLC (Tribalco)||NNG15SC51B||D||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Tribalco, LLC (Tribalco)||NNG15SC93B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Unicom Government, Inc. (Unicom)||NNG15SD56B||A||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Unicom Government, Inc. (Unicom)||NNG15SE14B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Unistar-Sparco Computers, Inc. (Unistar-Sparco Computers)||NNG15SC87B||C||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|V3Gate, LLC (V3Gate)||NNG15SD27B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|VAE, Inc. (VAE)||NNG15SC94B||C||WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Veteran Information Technologies, LLC (VetInfoTech)||NNG15SD41B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Veteran Technology Partners, LLC (Veteran Technology)||NNG15SD69B||C||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Veteran Technology Partners, LLC (Veteran Technology)||NNG15SD43B||B_SDVOSB||SDVOSB, VOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Victory Global Solutions, Inc. (Victory Global)||NNG15SC95B||C||EDWOSB, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|VT Milcom Inc. (VT Milcom)||NNG15SC53B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Walker and Associates, Inc. (Walker and Associates)||NNG15SC54B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Walker and Associates, Inc. (Walker and Associates)||NNG15SC96B||C||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|WestWind Computer Products, Inc. (WestWind)||NNG15SD04B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone, WOSB||SBA certified WOSB, Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Wildflower International, Ltd. (Wildflower International)||NNG15SC97B||C||HUBZone, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Wildflower International, Ltd. (Wildflower International)||NNG15SD05B||B_HUBZone||HUBZone, WOSB||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|World Wide Technology, LLC (WWT)||NNG15SC22B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|World Wide Technology, LLC (WWT)||NNG15SC55B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated, ISO-20243 SCRM O-TTPS Certified|
|Zivaro, Inc. (Zivaro)||NNG15SC13B||A||Small Business||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Zivaro, Inc. (Zivaro)||NNG15SC38B||D||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Zones, LLC (Zones)||NNG15SD57B||A||Other Than Small||Covid 19 FAR Clause 52.223-99 Incorporated|
|Bivio Networks, Inc.|
|Check Point Software Technologies Ltd|
|Cisco Systems - WebEx|
|Citrix Systems, Inc.|
|Code42 Software, Inc.|
|Corero Network Security, Inc.|
|Cyxtera Federal Group, Inc.|
|EMC - Greenplum Software|
|EMC - Isilon|
|Enterproid Inc. d.b.a Divide|
|Extreme Networks, Inc.|
|Fidelis Security Systems|
|Flexera Software, Inc.|
|Forcepoint Federal, LLC|
|ForeScout Technologies, Inc.|
|Freedom Scientific, Inc.|
|Fujitsu Network Communications|
|Hewlett Packard Enterprise|
|Hexis Cyber Solutions|
|Interactive TKO, Inc.|
|Micro Focus Government Solutions|
|Microsoft - FAST Search & Transfer|
|Mobile Armor, Inc.|
|NEC Corporation of America|
|NETSCOUT Systems, Inc.|
|Oversight Systems, Inc.|
|Palo Alto Networks|
|Permuta Technologies, Inc.|
|Pragma Systems, Inc.|
|Red Hat, Inc.|
|Serena Software, Inc.|
|Silver Peak Systems, Inc|
|VBrick Systems, Inc.|
|Verint Systems, Inc.|
Accepted Orders: When the SEWP Program Management Office (PMO) forwards a delivery order to Contract Holders, they have an option to accept or delay acceptance of the order. If the Contract Holder does not delay acceptance of the order by notifying the customer and SEWP Program Management Office (PMO) in a reasonable time (i.e. one business day after receiving the order), it is assumed to be accepted along with all associated Terms and Conditions.
Agency Catalog: The SEWP Agency Catalog is a specific set of products and/or services that meet an agency’s specific set of requirements at a specific point in time. Any federal agency or organization can contact SEWP to have an Agency Catalog setup for their use.
Approved / Authorized Reseller: A SEWP Contract Holder/Reseller whom the Provider (Original Equipment Manufacturer/Service Provider) has directly verified with the SEWP Program that a Government purchase from that reseller is considered to be legitimate. Also, see EARP (Established Authorized Reseller Program).
Approved Support Service Contractors / Approved Contractors: SEWP orders can be placed by any Federal Agency as well as by approved Federal Support Service Contractors. Federal contractors, approved through a letter from their CO/KO (Contracting Officer), typically purchase products as part of a support service contract.
Assisted Acquisition: When a servicing agency performs acquisition activities on a requesting agency's behalf, such as awarding and administering a contract, task order, or delivery order for a fee.
Authorization Letter: A document sent from and Federal Agency’s Contracting Officer, that authorizes a contractor to purchase from the SEWP contracts on behalf of their agency. Also, see Approved Support Service Contractors / Approved Contractor.
Award Notification: An optional SEWP tool to give notification to an awardee and/or the non-awardees of a specific ended RFQ. The award notification does not create an order or send an order, it only serves as information to the Contract Holder. Submission of an order will still be required whether or not a customer uses the Award Notification tool.
Best in Class: Best in Class (BIC) is a contracting and acquisition designation used to denote contracts that meet rigorous category management performance criteria as defined by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The NASA SEWP V contracts are designated as BIC.
Best Value: The end user's needs, technical requirements, Contract Holder past performance, price, Agency policy and other factors related to the exercise of sound business judgment may be considered in making the best value determination for the award.
CLIN (Contract Line Item Number): A unique identifier for each line item on a Contract Holder’s Contract. All products/services on Contract must have a Manufacturer Part Number and a unique CLIN for that specific product/service and configuration. Part Numbers may not be unique so the CLIN is the primary identifier for ordering an item.
Credit Card Orders: Customers may place credit card orders against a SEWP Contract. The SEWP Quote Request/RFQ Tool contains the option to place credit card orders online. Credit card orders are limited only by the cardholder’s limit. Also, see Quote, Quote Request Tool, and Request for Quote.
Custom Groups Tool: An agency catalog customization tool that provides the ability for multiple federal agencies/subagencies to order from a single agency catalog and/or limit who is able to participate in an agency catalog. Also, see Agency Catalog.
Delayed Acceptance of Orders: When the SEWP Program Management Office (PMO) forwards a delivery order to a Contract Holder, they have an option to accept or delay acceptance of the order. A “delayed acceptance” means that there was some aspect(s) of the order that they cannot accept – such as an expected delivery date cannot be met. The customer will be notified and can either negotiate with the Contract Holder to resolve the issue(s) or cancel the order.
Delivery Order (DO): SEWP orders are Delivery Orders against existing contracts and are referred to as delivery orders. Any valid Delivery Order Form may be used. Note: POs (Purchase Orders) and TOs (Task Order) are not proper synonyms.
Delivery Order With Options (DOWO): SEWP can be used for Delivery Orders with Options (DOWOs) allowing for a Delivery order to be awarded and then exercise Options in the future.
Duck: The SEWP mascot. Based on the old saying, ‘It will be as easy as duck soup.’
Established Authorized Reseller Program (EARP): The SEWP Program Office has determined that there is a significant risk to the Government for purchases made through non-authorized resellers for a select set of 15 to 20 Providers (Manufacturer/Service Provider); e.g. Cisco, HP, Microsoft, Dell, etc. EARP will only allow quotes from verified authorized resellers for these specific Providers unless the Government customer overrides the EARP flag. Note that the 6800+ other providers on SEWP are not affected by EARP. For a quick overview of EARP, watch our 2-minute clip explaining the program.
Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT): A standard against which certain products can be evaluated based on their environmental impact. Products such as laptops, desktops, servers, phones, and monitors can be given a rating of bronze, silver or gold. When utilizing the SEWP online Quote Request Tool, items that are EPEAT rated are notated in the Quote Verification file. For more information on EPEAT ratings, see EPEAT's Website.
Expected Delivery Date: This is the date the customer expects delivery of the order to occur. If a date is not communicated by the Customer, then the expected delivery date will be the Award Date plus thirty days. The Expected Delivery Date is tracked/monitored by the SEWP Program Office. If the Contract Holder cannot meet the date, they must negotiate a mutually agreeable date with the customer.
Fair Opportunity: Prior to placing a Delivery or Task Order against a Contract, at a minimum, Fair Opportunity MUST be provided to all Contract Holders within the Group(s) or set-aside. The method used is at the discretion of the CO, however, it is strongly recommended that the SEWP online Quote Request Tool be used to ensure Fair Opportunity is provided and documented.
Fee: A fee (surcharge) is applied to all orders to fund the infrastructure, management, and oversight of the SEWP Contracts. The fee is built into the price of each product quoted. The tracking and payment of fees are handled directly between the SEWP Program Office and Contract Holders.
Groups: Separate sets of multi-award contracts. There are over 195 Contracts divided into 2 Categories/NAICS Codes with 5 groups. Category 1 consists of Group A (NAICS Code of 334111) and is primarily OEM’s/manufacturers. Category 2, consists of Groups B-S, B-H, C and D (NAICS Code of 541519) and is primarily Value Added Resellers. Each Category/Group has the same scope or products and services. RFQs can be submitted to either category or any available small business set-aside within each category.
Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWAC): A set of contracts, such as SEWP, issued by an Agency designated as an Executive Agent by OMB (Office of Management and Budget) based on the Clinger-Cohen Act. Three Agencies have been designated as Executive Agents by OMB for ICT Products and Services and therefore may issue GWACs: NASA, GSA, and NIH.
Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone): This program helps small businesses in urban and rural communities gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities. The program was enacted into law as part of the Small Business Reauthorization Act of 1997. The program falls under the auspices of the U.S. Small Business Administration. The program encourages economic development in historically underutilized business zones - "HUBZones" - through the establishment of preferences.
SO 20243 (SCRM): Also known as the Open Trusted Technology Provider Standard Certification (O-TTPS), is a standard created by The Open Group. ISO 20243 provides you with peace of mind about the products you acquire for your Agency. SEWP provides an on-line listing of SEWP contractors who have fulfilled the requirements to receive an O-TTPS certification.
Letter of Authorization (LOA): A formal document, addressed by an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), which certifies the third party as an authorized distributor/reseller of an OEM’s products and services. In this letter, the OEM states all the details regarding the distribution/reseller rights.
Manufacturer: Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) of products or related line items on a SEWP Contract.
Manufacturer Part Number: The part number assigned to a product by the manufacturer. All products on Contract must have a Manufacturer Part Number and a unique CLIN for that specific product and configuration. Part Numbers may not be unique as they can be used for the same base product with different configurations; they may be customized; there may not be a manufacturer part number to refer to, etc. However, every Contract with a given product must identify that product with the same manufacturer part number.
Market Research Request (MRR) Tool: When using the Quote Request Tool, you may select the Market Research Request (MRR) option. MRRs, while not required, may be used to obtain estimated quotes and product availability information prior to releasing a Request for Quote (RFQ). Submitting the MRR request will result in quotes where the items are verified to be on contract and quoted at or below the contract price.
Micro-purchase: A purchase order that is typically under $10,000. For a micro-purchase, you may contact the Contract Holder directly. The Contract Holders will forward the order information to the NASA SEWP Program Office for processing and tracking. All Delivery Orders paid by credit card must be routed to the NASA SEWP Program Office from the customer regardless of the order total.
Order Status: When an order is sent (via fax or e-mail) to the SEWP Program Management Office (PMO), it will be tracked and given an order status as it goes through the various stages of the order lifecycle. The status can be obtained using the online Order Status Tool. The Order Status options are, Processed, Voided, Delayed, and Canceled. Another status tracked for the order is the delivery status. The delivery status options are Not Shipped, Partially Shipped, POP only, and Shipped.
Order Status Tool: A SEWP online tool for SEWP customers to view the details of their orders. Once an order is processed it is assigned a SEWP Tracking Number (STN). Only individuals associated with the assigned STN can view the order using the Order Status Tool.
Ordering Agency: Agency who’s Procurement Office signs and issues a Delivery Order. While often the same Agency as the Ship-To Agency, certain Agencies such as GSA and Dept. of Interior may issue orders for other Agencies.
Program Managers: There are two types of Program Managers in SEWP:
Program Performance: To document the performance of the Contract Holders as it relates to the SEWP Program, program performance is rated on a 4 point scale (Excellent, Very Good, Fair and Poor) in 5 areas:
Provider: Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) or Service Provider of products or services on a SEWP Contract.
Provider Lookup Tool: A SEWP online tool to look up Providers and determine what items are available to purchase for that provider.
Question and Answer Tool: The Question and Answer feature provides a way to manage and respond to Contract Holder questions for open quote requests through the QRT tool.
Quote: A response from selected Contract Holders that includes the pricing for items requested by SEWP users.
Quote Request Tool (QRT): The SEWP Quote Request Tool (QRT) is an online tool providing customers with a simple and preferred method to request a quote (either for Information, Market Research or for a Government Order) from Contract Holders.
Request for Information (RFI): RFI is typically used to obtain information in advance of requesting quotes. Examples of RFIs are requests to determine the availability of certain types of products; technical feedback to assist in creating a technically sound RFQ, etc.
Request for Quote (RFQ): When using the Quote Request Tool, you may select the Request for Quotes (RFQ) option. This type of request will result in quotes. The items must be on Contract at the time of the quote and are verified when the SEWP Quote Request Tool is used. An RFQ is typically done at the end of the acquisition process and results in an order.
Sales Agent: Prime Contract Holders may utilize other companies to act as sales agents for their SEWP Contracts. This is an outsourcing of sales agent activity. In these cases, the company acting in the sales agent role may only quote SEWP prices, cannot add-on any agent compensation fees and must represent themselves as sales agents and not SEWP Contract Holders. The agency still makes out the Delivery Order including invoicing and payment information to the SEWP Contract Holder and not the sales agent company. Either in the Company Name field of the Delivery Order or in the comment section of the order, the Agency should indicate the name of the sales agent company. Small business and other credit are based on the Contract Holder’s business size, not the sales agent company.
SEWP Fee: A fee (surcharge) is applied to all orders to fund the infrastructure, management, and oversight of the SEWP Contracts. The fee is built into the price of each product/service quoted. The tracking and payment of fees are handled directly between the SEWP office and the Prime Contract Holders.
Scope: The SEWP Contracts offer a wide range of commercial advanced technology including tablets, desktops, and servers; IT peripherals; network equipment; storage systems; security tools; software products; cloud-based services; telecommunications; Health IT; sensors; video conferencing systems and other IT, Communication and Audio-Visual products. Product-based services such as installation, training, maintenance and warranty and a full range of IT, Communication and AV services are also available.
Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB): The United States Government sets aside contract benefits for companies considered 'Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business’ (SDVOSB). For a business to be considered "Service-Disabled Veteran" must be at least 51% owned by an individual who can be considered by the government as a Service-Disabled Veteran. The terms "veteran" and "service-disabled veteran" are defined in 38 U.S.C 101(2) and (16).
Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP [pronounced ‘soup’]): A multi-award Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vehicle focused on commercial ICT products and product-based services, issued and managed by NASA and available to the entire Federal Government through NASA’s designation by OMB as an Executive Agent. The statutory authority allowing usage of the SEWP contracts by the entire Federal Government is NASA's designation as an Executive Agent by OMB based on the Information Technology Management Reform Act (ITMRA) of 1996, now the Clinger-Cohen Act.
Ship to Agency: Agency that initiated a requirement and will receive the product solutions from a Delivery Order.
Small Business: The Small Business Act was created, in part, to help small businesses compete in our economic market. The passage of this act has made it necessary to establish standards of identifying small businesses. A small business concern is a small business that is not dominant in the field of operation for which it is bidding on a government contract, in addition to qualifying as a small business under the criteria and size standards in Title 13, Code of Federal Regulations, part 121 (13 CFR 121). Size standards have been established for types of economic activity, or industry, generally under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). SBA's size regulations pertaining to federal procurement are also found in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, 48 CFR part 19.
Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB): The WOSB Federal Contract Program was implemented in February 2011 with the goal of expanding the number of industries where WOSB was able to compete for business with the federal government. This program enables Economically Disadvantaged WOSB (EDWOSB) to compete for federal contracts that are set-aside for EDWOSBs in industries where women-owned small businesses are underrepresented. It also allows setasides for WOSBs in industries where women-owned small businesses are substantially underrepresented.
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One mystery that SEO's are constantly trying to solve is Google's algorithm as it's always being updated and improved based on new available data and user input.
Google's algorithm is a combination of operational guidelines that define how content is indexed and how links are classified on the organic search engine result pages (SERP). It's a function that creates a hierarchy of webpages to provide relevant results in the most logical order based on the intent of each search request.
The algorithm adopts a series of criteria to try and understand the user's intent and to match it with the best available content provider. To achieve and build on this, the algorithm is continuously improved.
Google's objective is to improve the classification of search results and to eliminate or decrease the position of malicious, low-quality content, which can harm the user's experience.
With thousands of updates occurring every year, there is no fixed answer to Google's algorithm as your SEO strategy needs to be constantly monitored and optimized to achieve your highest results.
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It’s estimated that Google’s algorithm involves more than 200 ranking guidelines and relationship factors. The value assigned to each guideline and the relationship between them determines the position a webpage will hold while listed on the first search engine result page (SERP).
Google does not share these ranking guidelines or relationship factors but does make the occasional statement to reveal hot new discoveries and ranking patterns. There are thousands of independent organizations who perform their own studies to determine and share the impact of specific actions as it relates to on-page and off-page ranking factors.
In general, whatever you read are only opinions. The only way to know for sure is trying it for yourself because seeing is believing.
On-page ranking factors refer to the content displayed on each webpage for its content value and technical value.
When on-page SEO gets mentioned, it’s referring to the optimization of these elements.
Google evaluates these factors to understand what information is being displayed and therefore, how to index them according to the identified content intent.
Off-page ranking factors are elements that demonstrate a webpage’s status as a trusted reference from another website.
Off-page SEO consists of gaining authority using links from other trusted websites that share information about your webpage using hyperlinks that direct a user back to your webpage, better know as backlinks.
The more backlinks you have from other trusted websites reveals your website’s level of authority. Quality backlinks is better than quantity.
Google’s algorithm is always improving the search experience for its users.
This also means combating dubious and low-quality content, known as Black Hat SEO.
Black Hat has always been a target of Google as there are many loop holes to achieve a higher ranking using deceptive tactics when you have nothing to offer.
Common Black Hat strategies included:
Websites that gain a massive increase in backlinks from suspicious domains over a short period of time is an indication of Black Hat techniques. When this happens, Google will penalize these webpages which can be anything from a temporary drop in search results to a complete ban off Google.
The lesson here is to avoid Black Hat SEO techniques.
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If you want to earn trust from search engines to guarantee a safe and sustainable position on SERPs, follow Google’s SEO guidelines.
These guidelines coincide with White Hat SEO, acceptable SEO strategies recommended by search engines.
These can include, for example, improving site usability, natural use of keywords in the content, receiving backlinks from trustworthy partners, among other strategies.
To achieve the organic traffic you’re looking for, the content you publish must be relevant to your needs and like any marketing strategy, it all starts with creating and following a proven deployment plan.
This will pave the way to your SEO success strategy.
The first step in creating an SEO strategy is to define your objectives for optimizing your website. To do this, you first have to know what SEO offers.
Always seek to align your SEO objectives to your brand’s macro-objectives. If your goal is to increase brand awareness, for example, SEO can help with this by placing your company’s site among the first positions on Google.
By setting objectives, you can also identify goals and KPIs.
While you execute your strategy and afterward, you can evaluate these indicators to know if you’re on the right path to achieve your objective.
Another important planning step is to define your ideal customer profile (ICP).
After all, who is your strategy for? Who are you communicating with? Who are you bringing to your business?
An ideal customer profile is the description of a personality who represents an ideal customer for your brand, with real questions, pains, and needs, which you can help solve.
Building your ideal customer profile should take into consideration the different demands a customer may have throughout the stages of the funnel.
This can be observed in the keywords used to search, more general at the top of the funnel, and becoming more specific towards the bottom.
To start with an SEO strategy, you need to know the basic tools.
They help to diagnose where you’re starting from, base your planning on, make initial optimizations, and track the impact of each action.
For the most part, we’re talking about two indispensable SEO tools: Google Analytics and Google Search Console.
Google offers both for free, and they will play a huge role in measuring your strategy.
Google Analytics is a widely-used data analysis tool that provides a vast array of resources to evaluate the performance of digital strategies. For SEO, it can assist in a variety of ways:
Google Search Console is a tool to facilitate communication between your site and Google, which offers valuable SEO reporting. Some of the resources include:
Google Search Console is a little more technical, with a greater focus on webmasters.
But the interface is user-friendly, so anyone can use it to diagnose and direct more complex demand to specialized professionals.
Keyword research aims to identify the search terms that have the greatest potential for your strategy, according to your brands unique selling proposition (USP) and ideal customer profile (ICP).
It’s one of the key planning stages for an SEO and Content Marketing strategy. After all, it’s how you identify optimization opportunities and set priorities.
Keyword research usually starts with a list of terms related to your sector, product, and brand, which are then expanded to capture your ideal customer profile (ICP) is and brands unique selling proposition.
This process can be expedited with tools and worksheets such as the SEO Google Profiler which helps brands layout their SEO strategy and path moving forward.
Keywords are how users express their question to Google’s search engine.
When a user searches for a specific term, Google looks for the best matches within their page index to display their best results.
The order in which they appear is the result of ranking factors.
Therefore, keywords are essential in a SEO strategy, as they reveal what your webpage intent is and what your ideal customers could be searching for.
Keywords define the purpose behind optimizing a webpage and this helps Google index your webpage correctly according to your content.
During the search process, users may apply different types of search requests to find what they are looking for.
Other types of searches:
Notice that, for each type of search, Google is constantly seeking to provide more specific results. For product searches (transactional), we receive offers from Google Shopping. When looking for a certain song, results include the lyrics and a music video on YouTube.
The goal is to improve the search experience with more agile and precise results for the users.
Along with types of searches, we also need to consider the types of keywords that are used to find results on the web.
There are two types of keywords: short tail and long tail.
They refer to the two extremes of generic and specific keywords corresponding to different stages of the process.
The longer the tail of the keywords and the more specific it is, the closer a user is to the purchase decision.
For an SEO strategy, it’s important to work with both types of keywords to reach potential clients at all stages of the sales process.
Short tail keywords are broad, generic, and generally used at the start of the research process. At that moment, the consumer doesn’t know what they need yet; and thus, start with this type of search before becoming more specific.
Generally, short-tail keywords are high volume, resulting in a lot of traffic, but also attract a very wide audience with few conversion opportunities.
They also tend to face a lot of competition for the top search positions, making it more difficult to rank high.
Long-tail keywords are more specific and are usually used at the end of the process.
The customer has already researched what’s required to meet their needs, are familiar with the solutions offered, but still seek information before making their final decision.
In contrast to the short tail, long tail keywords don’t usually generate as much traffic as they are less searched for.
On the other hand, they tend to attract visitors further along in the purchasing process, leading to higher conversions.
In addition, as a result of less competition, a higher ranking is easier to achieve.
SEO is not about what people are searching for but what they want to find.
To facilitate this, on-page optimizations should focus on the user’s search intention, which varies from search to search, so your pages and content are relevant to searchers requests.
This is where Google’s focus on giving users what they’re looking for comes into play. For example, natural language processing and analyzing user location are elements that help determine their intention.
So, the challenge for on-page SEO and Content Marketing is understanding the searchers intent the way Google does, to provide users exactly what they’re looking for.
The length of content generally affects its ranking, but it’s not a direct ranking factor in the algorithm. Longer pieces tend to be complete, have more details, and go deeper into the subject matter. As a result, they better answer users’ questions.
But this isn’t necessarily a rule. For a given topic or ideal customer, the length of content may be different.
Publishing volume also tends to favor ranking, as the more content you publish, the greater chance you have to rank high. However, it’s important to make sure you have a balance between volume and frequency.
There’s no point in publishing hundreds of pieces that aren’t relevant and don’t solve users’ questions.
Likewise, having a high volume of content when you launch your site, then not keeping it updated brings no advantages.
Content creation needs to be an ongoing process in order to attract a loyal audience and show Google that what you have to offer is fresh and relevant.
Along the same lines as the volume of posts, there’s not an ideal frequency. You have to identify what your topic and buyer persona demands, as well as evaluate your business’s ability to produce this content.
Quality is the number one priority. The content needs to be accurate, clear, current, relevant, trustworthy, and, of course, address the user’s intent.
This will generate engagement and increase the likelihood of receiving backlinks — weighting factors in the ranking calculation.
So even though Google increasingly understands and values natural writing, there are some strategies to optimize your content to reach higher positions, while also improving the reader’s experience.
To achieve this, it’s crucial to pay attention to an article’s scannability and semantics.
Scannability is how easy a text is to read by making use of resources such as subtitles, lists, bold, and images.
Have you ever opened an article, been faced with a solid block of text, completely lost your desire to read that content, and simply closed the page?
This is what makes scannability so important.
It improves the reading experience, engages the user, and even communicates information to Google.
By creating subtitles, for example, both readers and bots are able to understand the structure of the piece.
The use of keywords throughout your writing is important for Google to correctly index the page with the terms you want. Keep in mind this doesn’t mean repeating one word the whole time, ok?
Google understands how humans use language and aren’t looking for exact keyword matches.
This is what makes semantics so important for SEO.
Take full advantage of a term’s semantic field, its variations, synonyms, and relationship with other words. By doing so, it becomes easier to read and helps Google to understand the topic of your page.
The title, heading tags, URL, and the first paragraph are some examples of where bots tend to focus on first.
So, make sure to place keywords in these locations.
The title of the page that you see on the SERP, in browser tabs, and when you share links on social networks is the Title Tag. Title tags are fundamental for Googlebot to grasp the key theme of the page, and also for users.
After all, the title is the first contact a reader has with the text and can affect whether they click through to read it or not. With this direct influence on your click-through-rate, this tag is one of the most important on-page factors.
Therefore, as part of your SEO strategy, this tag should feature your keyword, but also incentivize your user to access your page.
Meta descriptions are the description of a page that appears in search engine results, a snippet of the page with the title and URL. They also serve as a way to encourage users to access the page, so they should be persuasive and descriptive what is offered.
Note that meta descriptions are not a direct ranking factor, meaning Google doesn’t consider them in its algorithm. However, it’s still important to ensure your keyword shows up in it, as it will appear in bold if it coincides with what the user searched for.
Meta descriptions attract more clicks, affecting your results.
Heading tags are code markup, which identifies titles and subtitles in the text.
The H1 tag identifies the title on the page, yet differs from the Title Tag.
If the goal of the Title Tag is to get users to click through, H1 aims to get users to read the text. It also doesn’t have the character limit of a Title Tag.
There is a structured order to heading tags, with H2, H3, and so on.
These heading tags identify subtitles and show the structure of your text, useful both for Google and for your user.
Using these increases scannability.
It’s important to use keywords, and semantically- related terms within these tags since Google analyzes subtitles for its indexing and ranking.
URLs are also targets for Googlebot.
Page URLs are crawled to get a sense of their central focus since they generally use terms that summarize their content.
They need to be clear to users and readers. A descriptive URL is much easier to understand — not only for bots, but also for users
Here are some good practices:
Google still can’t completely understand the content of an image and needs your help to understand what it represents.
Use image optimization for SEO.
This strategy allows you to provide textual data about the images. This can include alternative text (alt tag), filenames, image captions, image URLs, and the context (the text around the image).
The important component here is the alt text, which is fundamental to the experience for individuals with visual impairments, as a screen reader reads the alternative text to describe the image to the user.
The alt text should always be a description of the image and contain the keyword.
Through these elements, Google can understand the image, index it correctly in Google Image Search, making it another source of traffic.
Other aspects concerning image optimization for SEO include the size and format of image files so they can be quickly loaded and indexed.
The network of your site’s internal links also plays a role in on-page SEO.
The primary function of links between internal pages is to guide navigation and lead the user (and search engines) to other relevant content.
But they also have a technical SEO function. The network of internal links helps Google to find your content and better understand your site, as it reveals the hierarchy between pages.
This internal linking strategy strengthens the authority of your site by developing topic clusters between pages.
Rich snippets are content fragments from the page which provide additional information on the SERP. These can include site links, reviews, the number of comments, product prices, and more.
Rich snippets offer extra information about your pages to bots and users and highlight your link on SERPs. This tends to increase your click-through-rate (CTR).
To display rich snippets, they need to be created with structured data, as organized content is easier for the Googlebot to read.
This can be accomplished by programmers or even by using plugins.
Have you noticed how Google provides ready answers on its SERP for some searches?
These are known as featured snippets and are excerpted highlights of pages that provide direct results in paragraphs, lists, or tables.
This is great for the user’s search experience! After all, they get the answer they’re looking for even faster.
But if fewer visitors reach your pages, what’s the impact on your traffic and results?
Keep calm. Featured snippets are a great opportunity to increase your authority on a specific topic and can lead to more traffic from the SERP, as the excerpts include a link to where they came from.
Now, it’s time to examine the factors beyond your pages with off-page SEO. What steps can you take to have more authority in the market and show Google that you are a reference?
Here you need to consider that, unlike on-page SEO, off-page SEO, doesn’t offer complete control over the optimization.
The choice to include backlinks to your site, mention or directly search for your brand depends on others.
What you can do is increase your chances of this happening. You can adopt link building, guest posting, redirects for broken links, in addition to other strategies to reinforce your backlink profile and create greater authority for your page.
Links are the building blocks of the internet. They connect one page to another and allow users to navigate and discover content. Just like users, bots also travel this interconnected network to index new content and understand which pages are the most important, as one page transmits link juice and authority to another.
Here we can see why link building is so important for off-page SEO.
Link building is the construction of a network of links that point to your pages (known as backlinks) and strengthens your authority on the web.
Google’s algorithm understands that more high-quality backlinks to your page indicates greater relevance to the market.
But keep in mind that quantity and quality work together. There’s no benefit in receiving hundreds of backlinks if they all come from a single domain, untrustworthy site, or placed out of context.
To get a link building strategy to work, achieving high-quality backlinks is a must.
As we’ve seen, Google penalizes actions that correspond to Black Hat SEO.
Link building was previously used extensively to generate artificial authority, with schemes like link farms and the “super optimization” of anchor texts.
High-quality backlinks run contrary to these tactics and demonstrate that the links you have received are on merit and are relevant, trustworthy references in your sector.
These are the main characteristics you should look for in backlinks when planning a link building strategy.
Another important point about backlinks: the difference between do-follow and no-follow links.
By default, all links are “do-follow”. This attribute tells bots that they should crawl the link and share authority from one page to the next. In contrast, the “no-follow” attribute prevents the bot from following the link and passing authority to the linked page.
This can come in handy, for example, in comment sections or for links shared on social networks, which are frequently used for spam for building artificial authority. But this doesn’t mean that no-follow links have no role to play in off-page SEO.
Even though they don’t spread authority directly to other pages, they generate traffic and develop brand awareness.
Link bait is the most natural and efficient strategy to building backlinks.
It involves creating high-quality content that receives backlinks organically without requiring prospecting or partnerships. To accomplish this, you should invest in creating rich content, share data from exclusive research, provide tools and resources as well as other forms of content that are worthwhile assets to link or share.
Guest posting involves publishing posts on partner blogs as a guest author. It usually takes the form of trade: you create content for the other blogs’ audience in exchange for one or more links to your site.
If the links employed are “do-follow”, this can attract new visitors and lead to a greater authority.
But it’s important to engage this strategy in moderation. If Google sees you receiving a large number of backlinks in a short period of time, it may understand this as black hat techniques and punish your pages.
Brand mentions, even without linking to your site, are also valuable to SEO. Google analyzes these to recognize if your brand really exists and how well known it is.
You can also search for any unlinked mentions and identify opportunities to receive high-quality backlinks. Simply get in touch with the administrator and politely suggest including a link.
What happens when a site’s URL structure changes or content is removed? This can result in broken links across the site. If you’ve ever clicked on a link and been brought to a 404 Error page, you’ve witnessed firsthand how broken links can result in lost opportunities and communicate less authority.
But if you come across links on sites with related content to your own, it’s a chance to recommend replacing those broken links with ones to your content.
There are a variety of link building tools available, both free and paid, or with a focus on specific actions and specialization.
Tools including Majestic, Ahrefs, Moz Link Explorer, and SEMrush offer complete analysis on a page’s backlinks profile, number of connections and quality of the anchor text.
Some offer proprietary indicators to aid in this analysis, such as Majestic’s Trust Flow and Citation Flow or Domain Authority and Page Authority from Moz.
These tools are paid options but offer some resources for free.
Furthermore, you can work with more specific tools to focus on determining outcomes.
Examples include using Google Search Console to request Google reject backlinks from untrustworthy sites or Google Alert to notify you whenever your brand is mentioned to identify backlink opportunities.
SEO is a vast universe that includes many technical aspects related to your site’s structure.
Technical SEO is a key part of on-page SEO. It includes all of the optimizations you can make to the internal structure of a site — the code and underlying architecture — in an effort to make it faster and easier to understand, crawl, and index.
Sitemaps are documents that lay out relationships between all pages on a site and information about them, such as the most recent update and how often changes are made.
Its function within SEO is to provide information to search engines that make it easier to find and index URLs.
Although search engines already get this information through their bots, sitemaps simplify the process and ensure all pages get indexed.
Robots.txt is an additional document located in your site’s root folder, which lets Google know which pages on your site should be ignored and not appear in search results.
You can use robots.txt to prevent bots from accessing sensitive data, such as your admin login page or scripts and stylesheets that aren’t important.
It’s important to remember robots. txt if your pages aren’t appearing in search engine results, as they may have been added to the list by accident.
User Experience and SEO are two approaches that support each other. As the priority for search engines is to offer the best search and navigation experience to users looking for something. This includes the experience on your site.
User experience covers how sites are developed to focus on the actions and responses of users to address their needs.
There are seven essential characteristics to good UX.
How long a page takes to load is one of the main classification factors.
Google itself openly discussed that speed is a key ranking factor — for desktop search in 2010, and mobile search in 2018. It should be mentioned that speed alone won’t get you to the top of the results, but you won’t get there without it.
A fast page speed won’t lift you above the competition, but a slow one will lower your ranking.
For Google, the quality of a user’s search experience depends on the agility of information, as people have become used to not having to wait for what they want to find.
Since cell phones are more common than computers, mobile search has overtaken desktop search.
With more traffic from mobile devices, Google began to prioritize results from sites that offer a strong mobile experience. In 2015, Google announced that mobile-friendly had become a ranking factor for search on mobile devices, which resulted in many sites adopting responsive layouts.
A similar impact was brought about with the launch of the Mobile-First Index in 2016, which considered mobile versions of pages first when ranking.
Implementing a responsive site design is one of the strongest recommendations for making your site mobile-friendly. This technique allows your site to have one single version, which can then adapt to different screen sizes.
Besides a responsive layout, there are two other techniques you could consider adopting.
Accelerated Mobile Pages is an initiative to improve the mobile search experience. It’s an open-source code project initially led by Google, which aims to develop static content pages that load faster on mobile devices.
These can be identified on mobile SERPs by the small lightning bolt icon next to the URL — and are given preference in the ranking.
An SEO audit is an important step to take as part of your technical SEO strategy; especially at the start of your optimization project. It can be used to identify problems involving page speed, usability (especially mobile), crawling, and other errors that affect users’ navigation and site ranking.
Here are a few of the elements that an audit can diagnose:
One of Google’s priorities in recent years has been understanding the intent behind local marketing.
Search engines understand that searches made locally require contextual results, offering practical and objective information as opposed to the list of links traditional SERPs provide.
For these searches, Google created local search algorithms to prioritize results in the region the user is located or included in the search.
Similar to featured snippets, the search engine offers information from Google My Business directly in the search results in such a way that users don’t need to access the brand’s site.
Based on this, optimization for businesses with a physical location — known as local SEO — has a few specific details that require attention.
To display local results, Google attempts to understand the user’s local search intention.
In the case of searches for “pizzerias”, “pizza near me” or similar terms, Google takes into consideration the user’s location when the search was made and offers businesses in the area. But if the user searches for “Boca Raton pizza”, the SERP will display results for the region in the search, regardless of the user’s location.
This is useful for individuals planning trips, for example.
So, keyword research for a local SEO strategy should consider these variations of search intention, not simply those with your city.
Consider the following cases:
For your content to make it to the Local Pack, you need to register your company on Google My Business. This tool offers several resources for participating in local businesses.
Google My Business is the main ranking factor for local SEO.
At the top of a local search SERP, Google displays the Local Pack, a box with three specific results for the user, based on information taken from Google My Business. This is one area you should work hard to show up in!
You can submit your business name, address, phone number (NAP), business hours and also receive ratings, answer users, upload photos, list your menu and other specific details according to your business type.
Take advantage of the opportunities offered by registering and engaging your users to improve your chances of showing up in the Local Pack. Google gives preference to businesses that have provided the most information, especially those with a high number of strong reviews.
Google uses three key ranking factors for local search: relevance, proximity and prominence.
The search engine reveals these criteria on its page, outlining recommendations for local ranking.
A combination of these factors is analyzed to provide the best results. For example, if a company is farther away from the user but provides delivery, it may rank higher.
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