Industrial Operations Analysts’ (IOA) New Roles Will Have an Impact on Your GSA Schedule Contract – By Mihan Kim, Guest Blogger

Mar 20, 2014

New Roles of Industrial Operations Analysts The General Service Administration (GSA) is making changes to a core element of its administration of Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Contracts. Specifically, the responsibilities of Industrial Operations Analysts (IOA) have changed to a more administrative support role for GSA Schedule holders. In March of 2014, the IOAs will assume… Read more »


Office of Net Assessment and Weird Acronyms – By Barbara S. Kinosky

Feb 13, 2014

Office of Net Assessment I write this as we bunker down for yet another snowfall in the Washington D.C. area.  It does make me grateful though that I don’t live in Atlanta, as they head toward another ice-maggedon.  Our Congress, as you know, has had its own disaster called sequestration.  So now that they are… Read more »


Hasta la Vista, Formatted Price List! – By Candace Clokey, Guest Blogger

Feb 6, 2014

This is the End of the Formatted Price List. Back in December of 2013, the General Services Administration (GSA) announced via the eOffer/eMod home page, that they would be re-configuring the Financial and Business Solutions (FABS) Schedule 520 and Travel Services Solutions (TSS) Schedule 599. Due to this announcement , GSA temporarily suspended Contractors from… Read more »


Fear & Loathing in GSA Land- By Barbara Kinosky

Jun 20, 2013

  It’s been a stormy and now hot month in DC with what seems like an endless wave of rainy and sometimes nasty weather.  Unfortunately, that weather parallel seems to have descended (again) on GSA.  Just a short while ago acting GSA Administrator, Tangherlini, was heralding the re-tooling he has implemented at the agency.  GSA… Read more »