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GSA FAQs

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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ARRA FAQs

I want to help. What can I do?

Over the course of the spring, increasing amounts of information will become available on Recovery.gov that will show where the money is going. We are …

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CoOp FAQs

Will a spot discount to state and local government entities under the GSA Schedule contract trigger the Price Reductions clause?

No. Granting state and local government entities additional price discounts under the GSA Schedule contract will not trigger the Price Reductions clause.

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Contractor Teaming FAQs

In a GSA Federal Supply Schedule Contractor Team Arrangement (CTA), who is responsible for reporting sales and remitting the industrial funding fee?

Each GSA Federal Supply Schedule contractor is responsible for reporting its GSA Schedule contract sales and remitting the appropriate industrial funding fee.

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BPA FAQs

Are all products offered through Federal Supply Schedules compliant with the Buy American Act and Trade Agreements Act?

Yes.

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SDVOSB FAQs

What agency is responsible for size and SDVOSB protests?

All questions about a firm’s service-disabled veteran-owned size status must be referred to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) for resolution (see Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) §19.307(h). …

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