Shasta QA is pleased to announce certification with the United States General Services Administration (GSA).
Shasta QA is now accredited to offer its rural, American-based software testing services directly to government agencies through GSA IT Schedule 70. Companies listed on Schedule 70 provide federal, state, and local government agencies with information technology and telecommunications, hardware, software, and professional services at the lowest possible price.
To obtain GSA certification, a company must have proven industry experience, financial stability, and comply with all relevant government agency regulations and policies.
"This latest milestone in the growth of Shasta QA reflects that we continue to grow as a solid player in the IT service provider space," said Shasta QA President, Donald O'Connell. "We are excited to have completed the GSA contract certification. This will enable us to offer our services directly to the government sector as a testing organization for the independent verification and validation (IV&V) of contracted software development."
About Shasta QA:
By providing high-value outsource software testing services from rural northern California, Shasta QA takes advantage of the lower cost of living and proximity to Silicon Valley to offer affordable, experienced software testing services. Shasta QA provides Silicon Valley experience without the cost of a Silicon Valley address or the risks associated with offshore testing. Based in Redding, California, Shasta QA is a privately-held company.