Foxhole Technology is a prime contractor on the GSA Schedule 70, which includes the new Special Item Numbers (SINs) for Highly Adaptive Cybersecurithy Services (HACS).


GSA Schedule 70 – GS-35F-0569V
GSA eBuy Portal
The GSA e-Business innovation, e-Buy, is an electronic Request for Quote (RFQ) / Request for Proposal (RFP) system designed to allow Federal buyers to request information, find sources, and prepare RFQs/RFPs, online, for millions of services and products offered through the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) and GSA Technology contracts. Federal buyers can use e-Buy to obtain quotes or proposals for services, large quantity purchases, big ticket items, and purchases with complex requirements.

GSA Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS)  
Foxhole Technology provides four new Special Item Numbers (SIN) on the General Services Administration (GSA) HACS contract vehicle which offers cybersecurity services in support of the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) and the Cybersecurity Implementation Plan (CSIP).

Anyone who currently has a GSAAdvantage! account has access to e-Buy. Using the e-Buy system, buyers may prepare and post an RFQ for specific services and products for a designated period of time. Each RFQ is assigned to a Federal Supply Schedule and special item number (SIN) category by the buyer. The category assignment determines which seller may receive the e-mail notice to quote. Sellers are automatically listed under their awarded SIN categories. Buyers may notify all sellers listed under a particular SIN category, or they may choose to notify a lesser number of sellers. FAR 8.4 and the “Ordering Procedures for Services” (Requiring a Statement of Work) stipulate that buyers must obtain three or more quotes for purchases over the micro-purchase threshold. Sellers not notified may still submit a quote for an RFQ placed under their awarded SIN. (It is advisable to check the e-Buy site each day for RFQ opportunities, since e-mail notification is not guaranteed.) Once an RFQ has closed, buyers may evaluate and accept the quote that represents the best value. Buyers may then issue an order to any contractor whose quote was accepted.

Anyone who currently has a GSAAdvantage! account has access to e-Buy. Using the e-Buy system, buyers may prepare and post an RFQ for specific services and products for a designated period of time. Each RFQ is assigned to a Federal Supply Schedule and special item number (SIN) category by the buyer. The category assignment determines which seller may receive the e-mail notice to quote.

Sellers are automatically listed under their awarded SIN categories. Buyers may notify all sellers listed under a particular SIN category, or they may choose to notify a lesser number of sellers. FAR 8.4 and the “Ordering Procedures for Services” (Requiring a Statement of Work) stipulate that buyers must obtain three or more quotes for purchases over the micro-purchase threshold. Sellers not notified may still submit a quote for an RFQ placed under their awarded SIN. (It is advisable to check the e-Buy site each day for RFQ opportunities, since e-mail notification is not guaranteed.)

Once an RFQ has closed, buyers may evaluate and accept the quote that represents the best value. Buyers may then issue an order to any contractor whose quote was accepted.

GSA eBuy Portal|

GSA Advantage! provides extensive buying power for products and services at lower prices than the open market. Using the GSA Schedule also helps your organization manage our performance, project funding and invoice payments. Plus, when you purchase through Foxhole Technology, your organization will receive the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) credit.is the online shopping and ordering system which provides access to thousands of contractors and millions of products and services. It provides federal buyers the ability to search for products and services using key words, national stock numbers, contract numbers or vendor names while comparing features, prices and delivery options as well as placing orders directly with the contractor.