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GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

FEDERAL SUPPLY SERVICE

AUTHORIZED FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE PRICE LIST

On-line access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery o rder are available through GSA Advantage!, a menu-driven database

system. The Internet address for GSA Advantage! is: http://www.gsaadvantage.gov

General Services Administration Federal Supply Service

Management, Organizational and Business Improvement Services

(MOBIS) Contract, Schedule 874

CONTRACT NUMBER:

GS-10F-0380R

PERIOD COVERED BY CONTRACT:

July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2010

Work Systems Affiliates International, Inc.

7 Mid State Drive, Suite 202

Auburn, MA 01501-1866 Phone: 781.343.4004 Fax: 781.343.4044 www.mobis@wsa-intl.com www.wsa-intl.com

General Services Administration

Management Services Center Acquisition Division

Supplement #_____, dated ________

Business Size:

SMALL

DUNS:

18-467-7032

For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules click on the FSS Schedules button at http://www.fss.gsa.gov.

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Table of Contents

• Company Overview

• GSA Awarded Terms & Conditions • Services Overview

Ø SIN 874-1. Consulting Services

§ Leadership Development, Executive Assessment & Coaching § Organizational Change

§ Strategy Planning & Implementation § Process & Productivity Improvement

§ Organizational Assessment (Work Systems’ Organizational Snapshot©) Ø SIN 874-2. Facilitatio n

Ø SIN 874-4. Training & Development • GSA Awarded Labor Categories and Hourly Rates

Ø SIN 874-1. Consulting Services Ø SIN 874-2. Facilitation Services

• Training & Development Course Descriptions (SIN 874-4) Ø Systems Thinking

Ø Coaching & Mentoring Ø Project Management Ø Diversity

Ø Ethics in Leadership Ø Leadership Development Ø Performance Consulting

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COMPANY OVERVIEW

Work Systems Affiliates International, Inc. (Work Systems) is a leading world-wide provider of management consulting servicesand training to both public and private sectors.

Today more than ever, government agencies are tasked with improving services, being more responsive, increasing access and ease of use, adhering to a changing set of legislative

requirements and keeping costs down. Work Systems has a long and successful history of helping government agencies respond to the drive to transform.

Work Systems works with government decision-makers on their most important strategic organizational, operational and human resource challenges. There are six areas where we have extensive insight that we bring to bear on behalf of our government clients:

• Leadership Development, Executive Assessment & Coaching • Organizational Change

• Strategy Planning & Implementation • Process & Productivity Improvement

• Organizational Assessment (Work Systems Affiliates’ Organizational Snapshot©) • Hands-On Training & Development Programs

See Services Overview section for more details on each of these areas. See GSA Awarded Training & Development Rates and GSA Awarded Labor Categories and Hourly Rates for pricing information.

Work Systems is a designated Small Business that consistently delivers results to rival those achieved by firms many times our size both in resources and reputation.

The key to our success, which is evidenced by an outstanding level of customer satisfaction and a 90% repeat/referral business, is the depth and breadth of each Work Systems Consultant’s experience. Work Systems Consultants have a minimum of 15 years experience solving complex organizational issues. They also have at least 5 years experience in a senior management role. We simply do not use junior level staff or career consultants who have no direct experience managing organizations. The result – you will work with people who typically have first-hand knowledge of the challenges you are facing and can help craft solutions that don’t just look good on paper but that actually remove barriers to your organization’s success.

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WORK SYSTEMS AFFILIATES INTERNATIONAL, INC.’S

GSA AWARDED TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1a. Table of awarded special item number(s) with appropriate cross-reference to item descriptions and awarded price(s).

SIN 874-1: CONSULTING SERVICES SIN 874-2: FACILITATION SERVICES SIN 874-4: TRAINING SERVICES SIN 874-5: SUPPORT PRODUCTS

1b. Identification of the lowest priced model number and lowest unit price for that model for each special item number awarded in the contract.

NOT APPLICABLE

1c. If the Contractor is proposing hourly rates, a description of all corresponding commercial job titles, experience, functional responsibility and education for those types of

employees or subcontractors who will perform services shall be provided. If hourly rates are not applicable, indicate not applicable for this item.

Please refer to Attachment A – Work Systems

3. MINIMUM ORDER:

$300.00

4. GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE (DELIVERY AREA):

48 Contiguous States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia.

5. Point(s) of production (city, county, and State or foreign country).

Work Systems Affiliates International, Inc. 7 Mid State Drive, Suite 202

Auburn, MA 01501

6. Discount from list prices or statement of net price. GSA Net pricing as s hown in pricing tables provided

7. QUANTITY DISCOUNTS.

NONE

8. PROMPT PAYMENT TERMS:

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9a. Notification that Government purchase cards are accepted at or below the micro-purchase threshold.

YES

9b. Notification whether Government purchase cards are accepted or not accepted above the micro-purchase threshold.

YES

10. FOREIGN ITEMS (LIST ITEMS BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN):

NONE

11a. TIME OF DELIVERY:

SPECIFIED ON TASK ORDER

11b. EXPEDITED DELIVERY:

CONTACT CONTRACTOR

11c. OVERNIGHT AND 2-DAY DELIVERY:

CONTACT CONTRACTOR

11d. URGENT REQUIREMENTS:

CONTACT CONTRACTOR

12. F.O.B. POINT(S):

DESTINATION

13a. ORDERING ADDRESS:

Work Systems Affiliates International, Inc. 184 Forest Street

Needham, MA 02492 Fax: 781-343-4044

13b. Ordering procedures: For supplies and services, the ordering procedures, information on Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA s), and a sample BPA can be found at the GSA/FSS Schedule homepage fss.gsa.gov/schedules.

14. PAYMENT ADDRESS.

Work Systems Affiliates International, Inc. 184 Forest Street

Needham, MA 02492

15. WARRANTY PROVISION.

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16. EXPORT PACKING CHARGES, IF APPLICABLE.

NOT APPLICABLE

17. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF GOVERNMENT PURCHASE CARD

ACCEPTANCE (ANY THRESHOLDS ABOVE THE MICRO-PURCHASE LEVEL).

CONTACT CONTRACTOR

18. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF RENTAL, MAINTENANCE, AND REPAIR (IF APPLICABLE).

NOT APPLICABLE

19. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF INSTALLATION (IF APPLICABLE).

NOT APPLICABLE

20a. Terms and conditions of repair parts indicating date of parts price lists and any discounts from list prices (if applicable).

NOT APPLICABLE

20b. Terms and conditions for any other services (if applicable)

NOT APPLICABLE

21. LIST OF SERVICE AND DISTRIBUTION POINTS (IF APPLICABLE).

NOT APPLICABLE

22. LIST OF PARTICIPATING DEALERS (IF APPLICABLE).

NONE

23. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (IF APPLICABLE).

NOT APPLICABLE

24a. Special attributes such as environmental attributes (e.g., recycled content, energy efficiency, and/or reduced pollutants).

NOT APPLICABLE

24b. If applicable, indicate that Section 508 compliance information is available on Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) supplies and services and show where full details can be found (e.g. contractor s website or other location.) The EIT standards can be found at: www.Section508.gov/.

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25. DATA UNIVERSAL NUMBER SYSTEM (DUNS) NUMBER.

18-467-7032

26. Notification regarding registration in Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database.

CAGE CODE # 37FC4, REGISTRATION VALID THROUGH 3/16/2006

27. UNCOMPENSATED OVERTIME (INDICATE IF USED):

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SERVICES OVERVIEW

SIN 874-1: CONSULTING SERVICES

While our government clients each have a unique set of challe nges, most are looking for ways to organize themselves to achieve mission success. Work Systems helps government agencies ensure that their structures, processes and culture align optimally with their goals, statutory purpose and stakeholder expectations. The majority of work with the government focuses on the following areas.

Leadership Development, Executive Assessment & Coaching

The success of your organization lies in the hands of your executives. We work with senior level executives to increase their effectiveness and productivity in today’s environment and ensure they are prepared for the challenges of tomorrow. Our work in this area includes customized

development programs, individual and team assessments, and one-on-one and group coaching.

Organizational Change

Nearly every organization we partner with is managing organizational change. Sometimes the initiative involves dramatic change, a fundamental shift in the way an organization does business. In other cases the change is evolutionary rather than revolutionary. The process is more subtle and, ironically, often more difficult to manage.

Work Systems helps government agencies understand where they are, where they need to go and how to close the gap that exists between the two. Our approach to change encourages government decision makers and implementers to work together to define the way forward. The result - a reduction in the time required to develop a strategic plan, a faster path to implementation, participants become crusaders for change, higher agency- wide acceptance and lasting positive change.

Strategy Planning & Implementation

The day-to-day tactical management of a business often relegates strategic planning to a once-a-year event. We help agencies develop a systemic approach to strategic planning and

implementation that creates a strategic organization not just a strategic plan.

Process & Productivity Improvement

Process & Productivity Improvement may not be one of today’s management buzz phrases but done well it can have a dramatic impact on reducing operating costs and increasing efficiency. Work Systems takes a non-linear, systemic approach to improving processes and productivity. This allows us to quickly identify the interrelatedness of an organization’s processes and to create solutions that streamline operations, increase productivity, enhance services and decrease costs.

Organizational Assessment

The success of any change or improvement initiative starts with accurately assessing the current state of the enterprise. Work Systems’s organizational assessment process provides data that helps organizations make informed operational changes in support of achieving their mission.

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To this end Work Systems has developed TheOrganizational Snapshot, a brief, typically one-day, organizational assessment which delivers a concise picture of the strengths and key systemic constraints of the organization. It is an ideal way to either validate what you suspect is holding your organization back or to unearth obstacles that are difficult to identify without an impartial outside perspective. At the end of the day, not only do you have an accurate picture of the problem but we also deliver concrete, actionable recommendations on how to bring your organization to the next level.

SIN 874-2: FACILITATION SERVICES

Facilitation and decision support services are an integral part of management consulting and organizational change services we provide to our government clients. We facilitate executive teams, leadership teams and management teams.

Goals

The goal of the facilitation process is to smooth the way, lower resistance and help move projects/teams/initiatives forward. Work Systems consultants have succeeded in doing just that in a wide range of challenging situations. From facilitating community meetings on Superfund clean up projects to providing decision support services to executives planning large-scale organizational change, Work Systems Consultants have added tremendous value.

Benefits

Effective facilitation offers wealth of benefits to individuals, teams and agencies. Done well it can:

• Provide un-biased perspective that encourages innovation and creativity • Reduce front-end planning and analysis time

• Move initiatives from the planning phase to implementation faster • Increase acceptance of innovations throughout the organization • Enhance the staying power and impact of change

SIN 874-4. TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Work Systems has been designing and delivering high impact training around the world for over 20 years. We have the expertise to develop custom curriculum based on your organizations specific needs. Or you can choose from one of our existing training courses. These include:

• Systems Thinking • Coaching & Mentoring • Project Management • Diversity

• Ethics in Leadership • Leadership Development • Performance Consulting

See the Training & Development Course Descriptions section for more details on each offering or GSA Awarded Training & Development Rates section for pricing information.

Whether custom or off-the-shelf, Work Systems’ courses are designed using the principals of experiential or action learning, proven to be the best learning method for adults. Our training and development programs deliver a practical, interactive workshop experience which promotes learning that lasts. Participants leave the training sessions with the confidence they need to apply the learning in their work environment and increase their job efficiency.

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ATTACHMENT A

WORK SYSTEMS AFFILIATES INTERNATIONAL INC.’S

LABOR CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS AND HOURLY RATES

(SINS 874-1 & 874-2)

LABOR CATEGORY

GSA

HOURLY RATE

PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT $417.11

Education/Experience: M.A., M.S., and/or M.B.A. Degree and ten (10) years specialized experience.

Specialized experience may include best practice definition and implementation, facilitation, training, project and program management, methodology development and deployment, process

re-engineering, change management, organizational development, financial and resource management experience, advanced analysis, executive experience and modeling capabilities.

Description of Qualifications: The Principal Consultant has superior ability to lead and inspire

consulting teams, manage every phase of an engagement, coach and mentor colleagues, and contribute to knowledge. They have exceptional intellectual, organizational and client management skills. Principal Consultants work with the most senior members of the client organization to develop and structure strategies, organizations, and business process. Responsibilities include leading the client teams to achieve the agreed upon value proposition, and defining tailored solutions that include but are not limited to the following project areas: supply and value chain management, process re-engineering, deployment logistics services, and management, organizational, and business

improvement services.

LABOR CATEGORY

GSA

HOURLY RATE

SENIOR CONSULTANT $324.42

Education/Experience: M.A., M.S., and/or M.B.A. Degree plus five (5) years specialized experience

within industry, government or the military. Specialized experience may include best practice definition and implementation, facilitation, training, project management, systems engineering, methodology development and deployment, process re-engineering, change management, organizational development, advanced analysis, and modeling capabilities.

Description of Qualifications: The Senior Consultant serves in a consulting capacity and leads a part

of the project effort and also provides mentoring for more junior Consultants In addition, they are required to develop and articulate critical case hypotheses. They facilitate the successful completion of a portfolio of deliverables across many client team members. Specifically, this involves analyzing problems, defining solutions, communicating recommendations, developing procedures, building consensus with the client, managing client relations, providing technical direction, and developing and

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LABOR CATEGORY

GSA

HOURLY RATE

CONSULTANT $278.07

Education/Experience: B.A. and/or B.B.A. Degree plus three (3) years of specialized experience.

Specialized experience may include facilitation, training, survey development, advanced analysis, modeling, and process improvement. The Consultant Analyst position requires demonstration of broad knowledge of business issues, analysis, assessment, and modeling capabilities.

Description of Qualifications: The primary role of a Consultant is to work closely with Senior and

Principal consultants collecting and analyzing data, interpreting results and making recommendations for next steps. More specifically, this person interacts with case teams and clients at multiple levels, design qualitative and quantitative research tools, understands the client’s market and customer base using online and offline tools (industry reports, annual reports, etc), synthesizes findings, analyzes and models market data sets, and assists with the creation of presentations. Presentational skills are

often required.

LABOR CATEGORY

GSA

HOURLY RATE

PROJECT MANAGER $370.76

Education/Experience: M.A., M.S., and/or M.BA Degree plus five (5) years specialized experience

within industry, government or the military. Specialized experience may include best practice definition and implementation, facilitation, training, project and/or program management, systems integration and/or engineering, policy planning and execution, methodology development and deployment, process re-engineering, change management, organizational development, advanced analysis, and modeling capabilities.

Description of Qualifications: The Project Manager will work with and lead the members of the

client team and is responsible for specific project deliverables. They are expected to make a significant contribution to the generation of case hypotheses and the articulation of integrated case conclusions, and to provide day-to-day project management. They will provide quality control and testing of data gathering, execute complex analyses, demonstrate real-time pattern recognition skills, and conduct client presentations. They will facilitate the successful completion of a portfolio of deliverables across many client team members. Specifically, this involves analyzing problems, defining solutions, communicating recommendations, developing procedures, leading the

development of presentations, building consens us with the client, managing client relations, providing technical direction, and developing and managing work plans. They have strong team-building,

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ATTACHMENT B

WORK SYSTEMS AFFILIATES INTERNATIONAL INC.’S

TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

(SINS 874-4)

SYSTEMS THINKING: THINKING SYSTEMICALLY – ACTING

STRATEGICALLY

MINIMUM/MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: The minimum number of students is 8 and the

maximum number of students is 20.

LENGTH OF COURSE: Systems Thinking is a 2 day program.

TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTION: Systems Thinking teaches participants the ability to understand,

model and resolve complex business issues. Participants develop the “mental elasticity” to anticipate the intended and unintended consequences of today’s decisions. And understand how those will lead to tomorrow’s business successes or failures.

The training starts with a highly interactive business simulation (The Beer Game). The basic concepts and language of Systems Thinking are taught and applied to “real work” situations. Causal Loop Modeling is also taught and applied to both case situations and participant generated real work situations. Applied action learning is woven through the training. This training is hands-on, practical and rich with tools that can be used the next day.

COACHING & MENTORING WORKSHOP

MINIMUM/MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: The minimum number of students is 6 and the

maximum number of students is 20.

LENGTH OF COURSE: The Coaching and Mentoring Workshop is a 2 day program.

TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTION: One of the biggest challenge facing leaders today is how to

effectively coach and mentor their direct reports to achieve high levels of performance. The goal of this training is to provide participants with the mental models, processes and tools to help them provide coaching and mentoring.

The training results in a “real-work” development solution for individuals or small groups that need to improve their coaching and mentoring skills to ensure enhanced performance and results. The course demonstrates the difference between, coaching, mentoring and counseling.

A significant amount of training time is spend utilizing case studies and interactive role plays to help participant become more comfortable with the coaching / mentoring role. Initial expectation setting, ongoing progress reporting, conflict resolution and performance coaching are just several of the topics covered in this training. The goal of the training is to enhance the ability and comfort level of leaders in this challenging responsibility.

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP – DELIVERING

PROJECT SUCCESS

MINIMUM/MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: The minimum number of students is 6 and the

maximum number of students is 20.

LENGTH OF COURSE: The Project Management Workshop is a 2 day course.

TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTION: In almost every organization there is a growing trend to

“projectize” work for individuals and teams. In this hands on training program participants learn to manage projects as an interactive process comprised of interrelated components not just a check list of tasks. The result — projects that stay on track, on budget and exceed expectations.

This course focusses n how to delight your clients and more effectively and flawlessly execute projects. The 6 step Work Systems Project Delivery Model, with associated tools for each phase of the process, is taught and applied to the participants “real work” situations. Sample topics include:

• Initiating and Achieving Alignment on a Project

• Project Team Building and Leadership

• Stakeholder Analysis

• The Dynamics of Project and Process leadership.

This workshop delivers hands-on, practical training with tools that will be immediately useful on your next project.

SYSTEMS APPROACH TO DIVERSITY®

MINIMUM/MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: The minimum number of students is 30 and the

maximum number of students is 50.

LENGTH OF COURSE: 2 day workshop.

TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTION: TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this highly interactive

2 day workshop, participants will engage in the discovery of why diversity matters as a management practice and what is required to shift a culture to support the success of all of its members. Instead of being "told" the why and how of diversity management, in this course, participants will find specific answers that make sense for their organization.

Organizations that appreciate and leverage the differences and similarities among people achieve unprecedented operational excellence. Learn the “best practice” diversity strategy that will enable your organization and your people to reap huge dividends. This is a highly interactive training program that draws out the experiences, thoughts and feeling of participants as it helps them develop their own individual and organization plan. The goal of this training is to help participants and their organizations realize the huge benefits and challenges of leveraging diversity in the workplace and beyond.

Work Systems has learned through their extensive experience that diversity issues are both systemic and personal. Most diversity training addresses only the personal aspects of diversity. Work Systems’s “Systemic Approach to Diversity” training program examines and provides participants with the processes and tools to address diversity from a systemic perspective as well as the inter/intra personal level. If you have ever wondered how to move your organization into high gear, this workshop is for you.

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ETHICS IN LEADERSHIP

MINIMUM/MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: The minimum number of students is 6 and the

maximum number of students is 25.

LENGTH OF COURSE: This is a 2 day workshop.

TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTION: This workshop focuses on the ability to balance leadership

responsibilities and personal and organizational values. Case studies and activities provide the opportunity to work through a variety of ethical dilemmas and arrive at decisions that will preserve your personal integrity as well as that of the organization.

DEVELOPING LEADERS: A LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE IN

ACTION LEARNING

MINIMUM/MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: The minimum number of students is 6 and the

maximum number of students is 20.

LENGTH OF COURSE: This is a 2 to 6 day course, depending on necessity and agency requirements.

TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTION: This highly interactive and customized training program is

specifically designed for leaders who want to enhance their interpersonal and intrapersonal effectiveness and leadership capacity. Based on a proven Adult Action Learning Design and customized to reflect participant’s specific needs and work environments, participants gain an arsenal of critical skills. They discover how to understand and develop themselves, coach others, improve work processes and drive organizational change. Work Systems offers an extensive program comprised of several modules designed to enhance the skills and competencies of your organization’s current leaders and to identify and develop your leaders of the future. A wide variety of “plug and play” modules have been developed and proven to be highly effective. Sample Modules include:

• Enhancing Communications Effectiveness

• Systems Thinking,

• Coaching for Performance Enhancement

• The Dynamics of Formal and Informal Influence

• Enhancing Self Motivation and Productivity

• Developing High Performance Teams

The Training is usually broken up into 2 day sessions with applied action learning assignments between sessions. This training is highly interactive and rich in practical tools.

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ENHANCING INTERNAL PERFORMANCE CONSULTING

MINIMUM/MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: The minimum number of students is 6 and the

maximum number of students is 20.

LENGTH OF COURSE: This is a 2 to 6 day course, depending on necessity and agency requirements.

TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTION: In almost any government organization there is a tremendous

training focus on developing internal performance consulting capabilities. This course is an integrated extension of the strategic and tactical development of executives, managers and supervisors.

Using real work situations, partic ipants develop practical skills they need to succeed in their role of internal consultant. These tools and skills enhance their ability to understand, model and communicate the complexity and interconnected sequence of daily work challenges and decisions. At the core of the process is the

development of skills, tools and competencies to help participants understand the dynamics of systems and how to make better systemic decisions. By understanding and modeling how related and seemingly unrelated components interact to make a dynamic system, participants are able to be more proactive and effective in their decision making and problem-solving processes.

This very practical workshop will sharpen the skills of your existing staff or help develop the native talent of employees that need to perform a consultative role for the first time. Content and structure are driven by the

specific scenarios which exist within your organization. Based on proven concepts married with applied action

learning this training can be customized to reflect the real work situations of participants. Sample topics include:

The Work Systems Performance Consulting Model including Work Systems’s step by step Tool Chest The Dynamics of Performance Conversations

Leveraging Follow-Up and Consequences

Leveraging Systemic Performance to Unlock Individual Performance The Proc ess and Challenges of Internal Consulting.

This training is highly interactive and rich in tools such as Affinity Diagramming, Stakeholder Analysis, Systems Thinking, Force Field Analysis, Enhancing Client Buy-in etc.

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ATTACHMENT C

WORK SYSTEMS AFFILIATES INTERNATIONAL INC.’S

GSA AWARDED PRICING

*TRAINING COURSE (SIN 874-4)

GSA PRICE

Systems Thinking: Thinking Systematically - Acting Strategically

(2 Days) $10,554.58

Coaching and Mentoring Workshop (2 Days) $10,359.13

Project Management Workshop - Delivering Project Success

(2 Days) $10,359.13

Systems Approach to Diversity (2 Days) (Per Student Pricing) $684.09

Ethics in Leadership (2 Days) $10,359.13

Developing Leaders: A Leadership Development Experience in Action Learning 2 Days $10,359.13 3 Days $15,245.51 4 Days $20,131.88 5 Days $25,018.26 6 Days $29,904.64

Enhancing Internal Performance Consulting

2 Days $10,359.13

3 Days $15,245.51

4 Days $20,131.88

5 Days $25,018.26

6 Days $29,904.64

*All training courses include Course Manuals and Workbooks for the minimum number of students. Sessions are performed at Government location.

SUPPORT PRODUCTS (SIN 874-5)

GSA PRICE

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