Aug 22, 2019

By Barbara S. Kinosky, Esq.

The big news from MAS PMO Director Stephanie Shutt is that the Consolidated Schedule will be out October 1, 2019. She is very definite on that date. What does that mean for existing GSA Schedule holders? We understand modifications to add the new consolidated SINs will not be accepted after September 30 until sometime in mid-January 2020 after contractors have accepted the mass modification incorporating the new consolidated Schedule terms and conditions.

New offers for new Schedules that have been submitted prior to September 30 but not finalized will still be reviewed and awarded. This includes the streamlined/successful legacy offers.

E-mod will remain open and will not be affected by the consolidation. GSA will transition companies with one Schedule to the new Schedule first. In early 2020, GSA will begin the process of working with companies holding multiple Schedules. Those Schedules will be consolidated into one Schedule. GSA has indicated that it will allow companies with Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) off GSA Schedules to continue those schedules until the BPAs end.

On other news, the GSA Small Business GWAC Division has announced the draft solicitation for the 8(a) STARS III GWAC is out.  Both industry and federal agencies are able to review and provide feedback on the content of the draft solicitation up until September 6th. Review the details by visiting FedBizOpps.

GSA is asking everyone to please spread the word!

Centre Law’s GSA team is here to answer any of your questions on the consolidated schedule.  You can contact me by email at

Don’t miss our Boot Camp for GSA Schedules course on November 5-6 in Tysons, VA.

About the Author:

Barbara Kinosky | Centre Law & Consulting Barbara Kinosky
Managing Partner

Barbara Kinosky is the Managing Partner of Centre Law and Consulting and has more than twenty-five years of experience in all aspects of federal government contracting. Barbara is a nationally known expert on GSA and VA Schedules and the Service Contract Act, and she has served as an expert witness for federal government contracting cases.


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