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Disaster FAQs

New Authorization for National Voluntary Organizations Active in a Disaster (NVOAD) to Purchase via Schedules

GSA Schedule contractors can now sell to the National Voluntary Organizations Active in a Disaster (NVOAD) through their Federal Supply Schedules contract.  Section 2 of …

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Can state and local governments use other GSA contracts?

No. Disaster Recovery Purchasing authority is limited to GSA Schedule contracts and does not include any other GSA programs. Schedules e-Library contains a list of …

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Is a Contracting Officer (CO) an interested party?

A Contracting Officer is an interested party for purposes of filing SDVOSB status protests. (See 13 C.F.R. 125.25(e)).

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Can state and local governments purchase from all GSA Schedules?

Yes. The Department of Homeland Security has determined that all of the products and services available under GSA Schedules could potentially be used for recovery …

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Is it really easier to purchase from Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contracts than it is to procure on the open market?

Purchasing from MAS contracts offers the following advantages over procuring on the open market: GSA has determined prices under MAS contracts to be fair and …

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Digital Certificate FAQs

How do I check to see whether or not I have a valid digital signature?

To check to see if you have a digital certificate, if you are using Internet Explorer go to: Tools => Internet Options => Content => …

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