The Great Migration: GSA Sales Reporting and IFF Transition – 72A to FAS SRP

Jan 16, 2019

By Julia Coon, Clause 552.238-74 Industrial Funding Fee and Sales Reporting requires all General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule contractors to report sales within 30 calendar days following the completion of the reporting period and remit the Industrial Funding Fee (IFF) within 30 calendar days following the end of each reporting quarter. Over the next twelve… Read more »


GSA BREAKING NEWS – CONSOLIDATION OF 24 SCHEDULES INTO ONE SINGLE SCHEDULE

Nov 29, 2018

By Maureen Jamieson On November 27, 2018, GSA announced they will be consolidating their 24 Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) into one single Schedule for both products and services. The consolidated schedule will come with one set of terms and conditions. According to GSA, the reason for the consolidation is to make it easier and more… Read more »


More Changes to SAM: GSA Updates SAM Log-in Process

Aug 2, 2018

By Maureen Jamieson, Many companies were caught by surprise when they attempted to log into the System for Award Management (SAM) on or after June 11, 2018, and read the alert: Entities registering in SAM must submit a notarized letter appointing their authorized Entity Administrator. Some companies discovered that they were no longer active in SAM due… Read more »


GSA Order-Level Materials (OLMs) – Updates and Next Steps

Apr 19, 2018

By Maureen Jamieson, Executive Director of Consulting Hopefully, you have been following the breaking news regarding the final rule on Order-Level Materials (OLMs). After many years of discussion on this subject, the General Services Administration (GSA) is amending the General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR) providing the authority to acquire OLMs when placing task or… Read more »


Upcoming Refresh/Mass Mod for All GSA Schedules to Incorporate Clause and Provision Updates, including Small Business Subcontracting Improvements

Mar 10, 2017

The GSA Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) is planning to refresh all Multiple Award Schedules to incorporate provision and clause updates in April 2017. This update will align MAS solicitations and contracts with recent policy changes, including small business subcontracting improvements and updates to Non-Federal Entity access to Schedules, including under the Disaster Purchasing Program.