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Point Blank Enterprises Products Available on GSA Website

August 09, 2013  | 

Point Blank Enterprises (PBE) brands are now available through the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Advantage online shopping website.

Point Blank Enterprises has been approved under contract number GS-07F-9029D to sell its major product lines to government agencies. Those include the Point Blank Body Armor, PACA Body Armor, Paraclete, and Protective Products Enterprises brands.

The company placed 1,900 line items and most of its concealable, tactical body armor systems and accessories including hard armor plates, helmets, and ballistic shields on GSA Advantage.

With GSA Advantage, federal employees are able to research, compare, and purchase products and services on one centrally located website. Users can search for items using keywords, part numbers, National Stock Numbers (NSNs), manufacturer names, contractor names, and contract numbers.

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