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Interthinx Is Awarded General Services Administration (GSA) Certification

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Dec 09, 2010

Interthinx has announced that it has been awarded a Federal Supply Schedule contract by the General Services Administration (GSA), enabling Interthinx to sell its products and services directly to federal government organizations. Interthinx is a provider of comprehensive risk mitigation solutions in the areas of mortgage fraud, collateral valuation, regulatory compliance, audit services, and loss forecasting. Under the GSA Schedules Program (also referred to as Multiple Award Schedules and Federal Supply Schedules), the GSA establishes long-term government wide contracts with commercial firms to provide access to products and services directly from GSA Schedule contractors. Streamlining the government procurement process, the contract allows government customers to buy critical offerings at pre-negotiated rates certified by the GSA as “the most favorable.” Under the Financial and Business Solutions Schedule, Interthinx (Contract # GS-23F-0009X) will offer government customers access to mortgage risk mitigation tools such as FraudGUARD, Third Party Review (TPR), SafeCheck, SSN Direct and PredProtect. “There has never been a more crucial time for a prioritized focus on fraud mitigation and regulatory compliance in the mortgage markets,” said Kevin Coop, president of Interthinx. “The completion of this certification process provides government customers advantaged pricing, lower operational costs, reduced risk, and higher quality loans.” For more information, visit www.interthinx.com.
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