December 15, Commack, NY – CBC AMERICAS Corp. announced today it was awarded GSA Status from the United States General Services Administration. This GSA Status qualifies state and local government entities the ability to purchase equipment and related services from contracts awarded for Security Products from CBC AMERICAS Corp.
The GSA Schedule 84 award is the culmination of a rigorous process in which the GSA carefully evaluates companies to determine their proficiency and suitability for providing products and/or services to the Federal government. The assessment covers an array of a corporation’s capabilities, including organizational structure, performance history, customer satisfaction, and other criteria.
“It is a privilege that we have been selected by the GSA. As a qualified GSA contract holder we can now provide an even greater variety of security related equipment and professional services to clientele in the public sector” according to Takeshi (Tony) Fujita, Executive Vice President of CBC AMERICAS, Corp. “Now we will be able to reach even more government organizations and supply our products at special pricing for government under the GSA program.”
The contract was officially awarded on December 1, 2014 under GSA schedule 84, Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, Rescue, Clothing, Marine Craft and Emergency/Disaster Response, contract # GS-07F-044CA
CBC AMERICAS Corp. is the parent company of the Computar Lens brand. For more than 40 years, Computar has been the world leader in optics across industries including intelligent traffic systems, machine vision, life sciences, security, defense, and oem lenses.
Computar has set the pace, pioneering new and innovative lenses that out-class the competition at every turn. With a solid foundation based on Japanese engineering and agile production facilities spanning the globe, we operate under a dual mandate to create the highest-quality optics products, at an economical price point that works within your budget. With locations in New York, California and Mexico City, Computar is able to meet the optics needs of the Americas.