The Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) program provides federal agencies with a simplified process of acquiring goods and services of varying quantities from contractor firms while enjoying volume discounts, as directed and managed by the General Services Administration (GSA).

GSA has delegated certain FSS responsibilities to other agencies. For example, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has the authority to procure medical supplies. GSA and VA Schedule contracts are among the most popular contract vehicles in the federal market, with agencies purchasing more than $40 billion worth of goods and services off GSA and VA Schedules each year.

This white paper to discuss what the government is buying off GSA and VA Schedules, how to choose the right GSA schedule, and common GSA Schedule errors.

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