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GSA Schedule

2D Technology Group, Inc. (2DTG), a leading provider of robust and high performance barcode decoding software for Auto ID industry is a holder of the Information Technology Schedule 70 contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), the procurement division of the US Government.

2DTG also partners with leaders in the Auto ID industry under government contracts to provide all branches of the U.S. Government integrated mission-critical solutions that include high-quality, dependable hardware.

The GSA Schedule award is the apex of a meticulous evaluation process that covers a collection of a corporation’s capabilities, including organizational structure, performance history, customer satisfaction, and other criteria. In awarding 2DTG a GSA Schedule 70 contract, the Federal government has determined that the company is recognized as a trusted vendor that is fully authorized to conduct business directly with Federal government agencies.

2DTG has established this online listing of the available hardware and software options to provide government personnel a convenient, unified information resource.

Please contact 2DTG to discuss purchasing under the GSA Government Contracts.

Orders are received and processed by 2DTG’s government sales representative. 

Contact: David Peters
Toll Free: 1.866.542.5177, ext. 1002
Local/Direct: 1.301.761.3900
FAX: 1.301.302.0892

 

 

The CN70G and CN70eG are just two models out of four available in the Government restricted 70 Series family by Intermec. Their design is optimized for field mobility environments. Specifically, the CN70G is optimal for mobile field service and transportation workers who need power and performance in a compact form factor. The CN70eG offers the same power-packed computing but comes with a larger keypad design making it ideal for more data input intensive applications.

The 70 Series of Intermec ultra-rugged mobile computers includes four models, those being the CN70, the CN70e, the CK70, and the CK71. The CK70G and the CK71G are just two models out of four available for the Government in this Series that share the same architecture, same peripherals, same docks, same software builds, same technology. This can result in reduced complexity in deployment, updating, management, and also in lower total cost of ownership.