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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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What is a GSA Schedule?

That is the best question that anyone could possibly ask! First of all, a GSA Schedule is NOT a list or a number. A GSA Schedule is a contract between YOU and the Government period. It is the easiest contracting vehicle to obtain, use and administer for any company that has commercially available products and/or …

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What is a GWAC?

Everyone has heard of the Reinvention of Government program – in some quarters it is already here. Federal contracting is already changing. The older minority and disadvantaged programs such as 8(a) are declining while the newer Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) are growing in popularity everyday. Many of the best contracting opportunities available today are …

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Why are GSA Schedules different?

GSA Schedules are not owned by any one agency and are not directed to solve the particular problems of a single agency and then, almost as an afterthought, opened for use by all agencies. GSA, in its role as a solutions provider, issues schedules and contracts for use by all agencies. The uniform Industrial Funding …

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