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Federal Government Awards Granite Horizon GSA Schedule Contract

Northern California Software Company Wins Contract for IT Services

ELK GROVE, Calif., April 7, 2014  /PRNewswire/ -- Granite Horizon, an award-winning software development professional services firm, today announced it has received authorization from the U. S. Government to provide IT professional services through a General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 contract.

The contract provides a streamlined purchasing vehicle for the federal as well as state and local governments. The flexible contract is awarded following an evaluation process which assures competitive pricing. The Granite Horizon contract also helps federal entities achieve their small business purchasing objectives.

"Whether the project is an enterprise website or a complex document management system," explains CEO Greg McAvoy-Jensen, "the GSA Schedule means federal and other buyers can contact us on Monday and conceivably have software development underway before the weekend. The system provides beautiful efficiency."

GSA Schedules are also known as Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) contracts. The contract is for five years and can be extended for a total of twenty. Granite Horizon's schedule includes services offered on Special Item Number (SIN) 132-15: IT Professional Services. More information on the contract as well as the company's State of California CMAS contract can be found at

About Granite Horizon
Founded in 2007, Granite Horizon, LLC (, delivers enterprise content management solutions (document management and digital asset management), as well as web content management system integrations. Headquartered in Elk Grove, California, the company is a partner of eZ Systems, Nuxeo, and Sitecore.

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