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Posts Tagged: GSA & VA Schedules
As we now have FY2016 in the rear-view mirror, the government has begun to look back at the past year and look ahead to 2017. GSA In the case of GSA, the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) commissioner, Tom Sharpe, reflected on the successes of the FAS program over the past year in a recent… Read more »
A new GSA streamlined offer process allows contractors to submit for a new 20-year contract under the same Schedule at any time in the existing contract.
GSA has finally proposed a rule to allow Order Level Materials (OLMs), frequently called Other Direct Costs (ODCs), into the Multiple Award Schedule program.
GSA announced that a refresh of the Schedule 70 solicitation will include new Cybersecurity SINs called Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) SINs.
If you have been working on GSA Schedules, the Schedule Input Program (SIP) may soon be ending and be replaced with the Formatted Product Tool (FPT).
The Payment of Subcontractors proposed rule is the latest in a series of efforts to hold a Prime accountable for timely payments to its Subs
Learn to use real-time information from the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) to better target your marketing investment and boost your federal sales.
A new GSA Transactional Data Reporting rule will require GSA Schedule contractors to remit information on sales transactions from select Schedules.
GSA has issued guidance on the implementation of the Service Contract Labor Standards that finally eliminates inconsistence for SCA implementation.