BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Think, a rapidly growing technology, and operations advisory firm, announced today that the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has approved the small-business as a GSA Schedule contractor (MAS contract number: 47QRAA21D0057). Think is primed to continue providing federal partners support in the areas of Management and Financial Consulting, Acquisition and Grants Management Support, and Business Program and Project Management Services.
“For more than a decade, as a first-tier subcontractor, Think has delivered to the Federal Government and their decision-makers full bodied agile (and traditional) project/program/operations management and information technology solutions to help them achieve their goals,” said Bryan Wolbert, executive vice president and COO of Think. “This award puts Think in a position to deliver these services directly to the Government as a prime contractor and will help Think expand reach to other agencies who can benefit from the strategic partnership, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have this opportunity.”
U.S. government agencies now have direct access to Think’s management consulting services through GSA Advantage!®. The GSA five-year multiple award schedule is the latest achievement for Think, showcasing the team’s dedication to providing continuous professional services and support to government partners.
The goal of the GSA is to modernize and simplify the buying and selling experience making it easier for contractors to offer, and agency partners to procure products, services, and solutions. Companies that meet the government’s rigorous standards can establish long-term government-wide contracts and GSA Schedule companies are typically seen as preferred providers of services and solutions.
Think’s suite of proven capabilities includes: Agile (and traditional) Program and Project Management Services, Training and Content Development; Data Management; Digital Content; Data and Analytics; and Government Staffing on complex technical solution teams.
Founded in 2004 in Baltimore, Think is a privately owned technology and operations advisory firm that provides on-the-ground transformation and consulting, led by executives, adapted for the government sector. Our team aligns culture with your mission and goals, leading to positive change and results. Think is now operating in both Baltimore and South Florida, working with client organizations to accelerate their growth. To find out more about Think, visit https://thinkconsulting.com/government-services