EDC is a preapproved, federally qualified vendor through the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedules (FSS). The GSA contract certifies that EDC can meet competition, pricing, small business, and other federal contract requirements for the services specified in each schedule. EDC’s expertise in early child development, K–12 education, health promotion, workforce preparation, community development, learning technologies, basic and adult education, institutional reform, and social justice allows us to provide our federal clients with an extensive array of contracted services described by the following GSA schedule titles and Special Item Numbers (SINs).
Multiple Award Schedule (MAS)
541611 Management and Financial Consulting, Acquisition and Grants Management Support, and Business Program and Project Management Services:
EDC provides expertise in program development, organizational evaluation, continuous process improvement, counseling and mentoring, standards and curriculum development, and information technology skills development and integration. We also provide consulting services focused on delivering expert advice, guidance, and counseling in support of organizational and educational improvement and leadership efforts.
Our services include performing studies, program audits, and evaluations; providing on-site consulting assistance; and developing individual and group support activities. Focus areas also include professional development, standards alignment, research and evaluation, and policy development.
EDC consults with schools, districts, municipalities, corporations, foundations, and federal organizations on ways to make the most of their educational and public health programs. We produce policy briefings for government leaders, organize conferences and technology demonstrations, conduct formative research on pilot projects, and help technology developers determine additional teaching and learning needs that their educational processes could address.
EDC also provides customized training to diverse audiences on the development of public-private partnerships, systems and program design, assessment and benchmarking, standards development, fund-raising, and staff development. Planned in collaboration with our clients, EDC’s training is customized to specific needs and interests to assist our clients in achieving their business visions and goals. We specialize in training that focuses on the use of technology to enhance learning, creativity, and productivity. Our training is learner-centered, standards- and outcomes-based, and action-oriented, focusing on real-world scenarios and experiences. All training is designed to meet specific needs related to organizational enhancement and improvement of the educational process.
A core feature of all of our training is to build the capacity of our clients to implement and sustain improvement efforts. Substantive areas of focus include team building, teacher leadership models, teacher-leader support strategies, mentoring approaches, strategic planning and accountability, curriculum instruction and assessment, and benchmarking.
611430 Professional and Management Development Training: EDC offers off-the-shelf and customized off-the-shelf training to meet specific customer requirements related to organizational and business improvement services. Our EdTech Leaders Online (ETLO) program, established in January 2000, provides effective online professional development for educators to improve online teaching skills and to streamline the process of incorporating online resources into their daily business practices.
EDC also has a long history of housing national and regional training and technical assistance centers. For example, we currently host more than 20 training and technical assistance centers, each of which designs and conducts a wide range of training events each year, ranging from half-day workshops to day-long training events to week-long institutes. Many of the training products and services are aimed at catalyzing long-lasting institutional changes that address pressing issues in education, mental health, and economic opportunity.
OLM Order-Level Materials (OLMs): OLMs are supplies and/or services acquired in direct support of an individual task or delivery order placed against a Schedule contract or Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). OLM pricing is established at the order level.
You can access EDC’s GSA schedules at:
- For existing task orders only: GS-10F-0406P contract period: July 6, 2004, to July 5, 2024
- Please use for all new task orders awarded on or after 01/03/2022: 47QRAA22D0044 contract base period: January 3, 2022, to January 2, 2027 (final anticipated end January 2, 2042)
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Education Development Center, Inc.
300 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2010
Waltham, MA 02451