Corona, CA (PRWEB) December 11, 2006
The General Services Administration (GSA) of the U.S. Government has awarded MojoCommerce LLC d/b/a ThinSpring, a leading provider of XML-based solutions such as SPL Server™ and the FDA's Electronic Labeling Information Processing System (ELIPS), a GSA Schedule 70 that will allow them to bid on government contracts. ThinSpring announced the nod of approval this week, and the move gives government purchasers another vendor option for a wide range of XML solutions.
"The federal government will contract out over $315 billion worth of goods and services in FY2007," said Shaun Williams, ThinSpring's Vice President of Operations. "In 2005, the government spent over $33 billion through GSA Schedules. GSA Schedule spending rose from 7 percent to 31 percent of total procurement dollars from 1997 through 2002 as well as a continued increase in GSA Sales to state and local governments under the Cooperative Purchasing program. We are excited to take advantage of this new opportunity, as we may now start working more hand-in-hand with government contractors to offer complete solutions."
Ron Celeste, ThinSpring's President and CEO, commented, "This is a milestone for us. With our past experience working with the Food and Drug Administration on the ELIPS project, ThinSpring is in a great position to fill many other needs within the government for XML solutions. As more agencies move towards structured content management as the standard for managing their vast amounts of data, ThinSpring plans to be on the forefront of providing solutions to meet their needs."
ThinSpring's GSA Schedule number is GS-35F-0136T.
GSA Schedule Background
The General Services Administration Schedule is the standard contract that outlines all terms and conditions between a contractor and the U.S. Government. The GSA is the purchasing and management agent of the U.S. Government, while the Federal Supply Service of the GSA operates the GSA Schedules program. All agencies of the federal government may use the GSA schedule contract to fill their requirements.
ThinSpring, founded by former pharmaceutical and medical device professionals, specializes in XML-based Web service solutions, integration and data conversion. ThinSpring has used its industry expertise to develop a dynamic XML engine, MatriXML™. This patented XML technology is the basis for SPL Server™. ThinSpring's solutions have gained acceptance as an essential, collaborative application-development platform for FDA regulated companies. ThinSpring's core team manages technology and regulatory consulting divisions that support its clients' operations throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and South America. ThinSpring headquarters is in Bridgewater, New Jersey, with offices in California and North Carolina. More information about ThinSpring and ThinSpring SPL Server™ can be found on their website at: http://www.ThinSpring.com.