Government & Nonprofit

Government and nonprofit organizations today are expected to provide the same level of services, if not more, to their constituents amidst shrinking budgets and severe fiscal pressures.

GEP Is Uniquely Positioned to Help FEMA and the COVID-19 Supply Chain Stabilization Task Force Learn MOre

Our digital platform, dashboards & tools, and subject matter expertise provide a single source of truth and supply chain visibility to many of the top organizations in the world that are fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic. We stand ready to partner with FEMA and all associated public and private entities in your network to mitigate the immediate and evolving implications of COVID-19, and also to develop resilience against future risks.

Locating Available Critical Resources

  • GEP is recognized as a subject matter expert at expedited global sourcing and purchasing — including medical equipment, personal protective equipment (PPE) and all associated supplies.
  • GEP provides best-in-class digital platforms that can be quickly data linked to multiple systems and platforms to provide a single data source around network inventory visibility along with robust dashboards and reporting.

Increasing Availability of Critical Resources

  • Preservation
    • GEP provides expertise in prioritization of supply, allocation, substitute strategies and alternatives. We have the tools, standards, templates and proven industry knowledge to add immediate value.
  • Acceleration
    • GEP serves more than 450 Fortune 500 and Global 2000 clients across every major industry. With a focus on end-to-end global supply chain processes, we are able to facilitate rapid sourcing events that allow expedited flow of product from raw material to the final customer.
  • Expansion
    • Given our expansive supply chain relationships and visibility across the Fortune 500, we are uniquely positioned to add direct and immediate value in partnering with FEMA to identify and match American businesses that have excess raw materials, workforce or factory production capacity.
  • Allocation
    • GEP’s digital procurement and supply chain platforms — GEP SMART and GEP NEXXE — provide a single source of truth to drive complex data-informed decisions involving multiple variables and entities. We have deep expertise in supply and demand planning, forecasting, capacity planning, inventory optimization, risk management, and both resource and material prioritization and allocation.

GEP, with nearly two decades of experience working with hundreds of Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises, as well as dozens of government and nonprofit organizations, brings in a deep understanding of commercial best practices as well as know-how of applying them for the government and nonprofit space.

With many government and nonprofit organizations already running lean teams, further reductions in headcount is not an option as it can increase the strain in an already stressed service delivery. We partner with our customers to develop unique solutions that achieve significant, tangible time and money savings without affecting services or reducing headcount.

Creating Tangible Value

Our work is focused on driving time and money savings through improvements in people, process and technology. Whether by consolidation, renegotiation, strategic sourcing, reverse auction, organizational redesign, process improvement or analytical and transactional automation through technology, GEP creates real value for government and nonprofit acquisition organizations. 

Government Contracting Vehicles

GEP holds contract vehicles with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), enabling federal agencies to purchase our services and solutions at prenegotiated prices, terms and conditions. Below are the details.


SIN 132-32 — Term Software License (Procurement 360)

SIN 132-51 — Information Technology (IT) Professional Services

SIN 132-52 — Electronic Commerce

GSA Schedule 00 Corp The Professional Services Schedule (PSS) — GS-00F-258DA

SIN 874-501 — Supply & Value Chain Management Services

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS):

518210 — Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services

541511 — Custom Computer Programming Services

541519 — Other Computer-Related Services

541611 — Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services

541614 — Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services

541618 — Other Management Consulting Services

Product Service Codes (PSC):

B505 — Special Studies/Analysis — Cost Benefit

B506 — Special Studies/Analysis — Data (Other Than Scientific)

R408 — Support — Professional: Program Management/Support

B554 — Special Studies/Analysis — Acquisition Policy/Procedures 

R499 — Support — Professional: Other 

D399 — IT and Telecom — Other IT and Telecommunications

R706  — Support  — Management: Logistics Support

R707 — Support  — Management: Contract/Procurement/Acquisition Support

D307 — IT and Telecom  — IT Strategy and Architecture

J059 — Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment — Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components

D306 — IT and Telecom  — Systems Analysis

D301 — IT and Telecom — Facility Operation and Maintenance

R425 — Support — Professional: Engineering/Technical

7030 — Information Technology Software 

DUNS: 138506162


Socio-Economic Classification: Small Business, Woman-Owned Business, Certified by State of New Jersey and National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)

Our solutions can be delivered quickly and are recurring — the savings are immediate and the benefits accumulate for years to come. Reinvesting these real savings helps our clients fulfill their missions and responsibilities in the most efficient and effective way possible.

  • Education

  • Government

  • Nonprofit


Around the world, countries understand how investments in education provide the foundation of societal and economic prosperity. Currently, however, education faces an onslaught of challenges that make the realization of those benefits ever so difficult. These challenges are coming from many fronts as schools and universities increasingly feel the pressure to achieve results while simultaneously facing dramatic funding cuts. The question on administrators’ minds is how to do more with less. 

At GEP, we have helped educational institutions rise up to these challenges by helping their budgets go further. Our educational procurement consultants have a great depth of experience and use strategic sourcing methods and procurement technologies to help our educational clients get the most out of their supplier relationships. Whether aiding in administrative reform, helping teachers embrace the benefits of technology or allowing schools to work within a regulatory framework, GEP’s procurement methods ensure that money goes to helping students, educators and administrators instead of being wasted. GEP helps its education clients make the right investments in technology and infrastructure by increasing spend visibility and understanding the implications of future investments. 

As demands rise in the face of shrinking resources, educators and administrators know that to help their students, new solutions and strategies must be embraced. GEP offers such solutions and strategies and is excited about helping its educational partners in their important mission of readying the next generations of leaders.


National, state and municipal governments are facing unprecedented fiscal pressures in a highly political and regulated environment. We understand these regulatory environments and apply our custom practices, methods and technologies to identify and capture real savings through procurement reform. 

GEP spend analysis tool provides unmatched insight into government spend analysis, allowing focused effort on spend compliance and contract management. Through procurement transformation, strategic sourcing and procurement automation, GEP enables government procurement departments to be three to five times more efficient with their existing staff. 

We work with our government customers to identify, implement and deliver significant tangible savings through procurement operational excellence, improving efficiency, automating operations and reducing the costs of goods and services acquisitions.


Demand for nonprofit organizations’ services is at an all-time high, yet funding from government and private sources continues to decline. With high unemployment and an uncertain economic landscape expected over the next few years, nonprofit organizations are feeling immense pressure to become more cost efficient. GEP knows the hardships faced by nonprofit organizations in these economically challenging times and works with them to help them continue pursuing their missions.

Unlike many organizations, nonprofit organizations are forced to think beyond profits and losses and evaluate how their efforts to increase efficiency impacts their values and efforts. Through our strategies and solutions, we help our nonprofit customers save money in ways that do not compromise the heart of their missions. Though these economic times are challenging, they present nonprofit organizations with an opportunity to change the status quo and build sustainable cost structures that will ensure the support of their missions now and in the future.


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