CMTI Approved As GSA Supplier to U.S. Government Agencies

Wednesday, September 03, 2003
CMTI, a provider of maritime training services in the U.S., has been awarded a five-year contract by the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide training and training related services, including curriculum development, under preferred customer discount pricing to all U.S. Government customers. This GSA Schedule contract, under contract number GS-02F-0173N, covers Special Item Numbers (SIN) 27-400 and 27-500 (Instructor Led Training, Course Development and Test Administration) within FSC Group 69 Part 30 – Training Aids & Devices.

When purchases are made under this contract, using the GSAAdvantage! web site, Government customers will receive a substantial discount from CMTI’s commercial prices on all training and services as listed.

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