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Question Category: GSA FAQs

Who is GSA?

GSA is a centralized federal procurement and property management agency created by Congress to improve government efficiency and help federal agencies better serve the public. It acquires, on behalf of federal agencies, office space, equipment, telecommunications, information technology, supplies and services. GSA provides services and solutions for the office operations of over 1 million federal …

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How are the procedures for ordering services under the Multiple Award Schedules Program different from the procedures for ordering products?

Although the Ordering Procedures for Services Requiring a Statement of Work differ from the Ordering Procedures for Products and Services That Do Not Require a Statement of Work in FAR 8.404(b), both sets of procedures are designed to simplify the acquisition process. For orders of services and/or products up to the micro-purchase threshold: Place the …

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Who can purchase from a GSA Schedule?

All Federal and DoD offices, the District of Columbia, some state and local agencies, and some approved commercial enterprises are eligible to purchase from GSA Schedules. If you hold an IT contract, State, Local, Municipal and Universities may also purchase directly from your GSA Contract.

What are the differences between GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contracts, Governmentwide acquisition contracts (GWACs), and Multi-agency contracts (MACs)?

GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contracts are indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts available to all federal agencies worldwide. GSA awards and administers MAS contracts pursuant to section 201 of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended. Under the MAS Program, GSA enters into governmentwide contracts with commercial firms to provide …

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Who is eligible to use GSA Multiple Award Schedule contracts?

GSA Order ADM 4800.2E, Eligibility to Use GSA Sources of Supply and Services, provides detailed information regarding those agencies, activities, and organizations that have been determined to be eligible to use GSA Multiple Award Schedule contracts.

Can I be audited if I do not have my own Schedule?

Yes you can. The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) states that any contract that has a sub-contractor (you) as part of the contract is subject to the same restrictions and rules that the prime contractor is subject to. It is like cosigning a loan. They default, you pay.

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