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CSBA Awarded MOBIS GSA Contract

The Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments announces that it has been added to the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) Management, Organizational and Business Improvement Services (MOBIS) supplier list as an authorized vendor of Consulting Services, Facilitation Services and Survey Services.

The GSA MOBIS schedule provides existing and prospective CSBA federal partners with an efficient option for procurement of CSBA’s services in the areas of national security strategy and policy, future warfare and concepts, forces and military capabilities, and budget and resource analyses. GSA MOBIS schedules are open-ended, five-year contracts listing the prices government has negotiated to pay for a supplier’s products and services.

To earn this MOBIS contractor status (Contract GS-10F-022AA), CSBA passed a rigorous review of its products and services, management practices and customer satisfaction, including quality, timeliness, cost and value. Through the MOBIS program, CSBA now offers the advantages of pre-negotiated discounts and a streamlined, time-saving process to quickly access CSBA expertise. Buyers save time and reach better purchasing decisions by procuring through this pre-approved list of suppliers.

“CSBA enjoys a strong reputation within the strategic community for innovative thinking that links the U.S. strategic objectives with limited resources. In the dawning era of slower economic growth and austere budgets, an even greater portion of our organizational effort has been dedicated to the optimal use of national resources. Naturally, we are delighted to further contribute to this common goal by helping federal partners save time and money through the MOBIS GSA schedule,” said Ilana Esterrich, the Center’s Chief Administrative Officer.

Government agencies and other organizations using the GSA schedule for purchases may now contract for CSBA services through GSA Contract Number GS-10F-022AA, Schedules 874-1/1RC, 874-2/2RC, and 874-3/3RC. For more information contact Ilana Esterrich, Chief Administrative Officer at (202) 331-7990 or email to