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Are Schedule contractors required to accept orders from state and local government entities?

Schedule contractors have the option of deciding whether they will accept orders placed by state or local government buyers. Schedule contractors will make this decision …

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Why should agencies use the MAS's and pay the IFF instead of contracting directly?

The benefits a customer received are well worth the fee, particularly when compared to the cost of customer staff time required to award a new …

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What are standard calendar quarters?

The IFF Clause, 552.238-74, defines the respective calendar quarters as January 1-March 31, April 1-June 30, July 1-September 30, and October 1-December 31. The clause …

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Can state and local governments purchase from all Federal Supply Schedules?

No. The Cooperative Purchasing Program only allows for state and local government entities to purchase from contracts awarded under GSA Schedule 70, Information Technology, contracts …

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Why do I need a GSA Contract?

Have you ever worked a really large deal only to have it cut down below $25,000 because your company did not have a GSA Schedule? …

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If I own the company applying for HUBZone certification, should I include myself when calculating the number of employees?

Yes. You count regardless of whether you serve in a paid or unpaid status, so long as you consider yourself to be a principal employee …

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