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GSA Provides 60-Day SAM.gov Extension

GSA Provides 60-Day SAM.gov Extension

You probably have many things on your mind right now other than renewing your SAM.gov registration. Given that business and government alike are focused on responding to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 national emergency, the General Services Administration (GSA) has...

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Disaster Assistance for Small Businesses

Disaster Assistance for Small Businesses

Last week we notified you about the Small Business Administration (SBA) would be providing loan support during this time. They have provided Coley with some additional information to support you and any questions you may have regarding SBA’s Disaster Assistance for...

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MAS Consolidation – AMA with Coley GCS

MAS Consolidation – AMA with Coley GCS

MAS Consolidation is officially here. Coley GCS will be will providing some insights on what this change means for you in a 30 minute Q&A session to address your concerns during this transition. Coley GCS has provided GSA Schedule contract acquisition and...

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MAS Consolidation Updates

MAS Consolidation Updates

As GSA moves from 24 separate schedules to one Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) they are beginning to release some concrete dates.  For an updated timeline, visit our "Guide to Prepare for MASS Modifications." The MAS transition has always been defined as a three-phase...

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DUNS Is Leaving

DUNS Is Leaving

GSA announced earlier this year they would be moving away from the proprietary Dun & Bradstreet’s Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) in favor of an internally developed and managed Unique Entity Identifier (UEI). GSA has been extracting itself from commercial...

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GSA’s MAS Consolidation is Here.

GSA’s MAS Consolidation is Here.

The time has come for GSA’s much anticipated MAS Consolidation. Vendors will no longer be identified under their respective schedule numbers (i.e. 00CORP, 70, 84…) but rather be grouped under a single consolidated solicitation. GSA’s first of many phases kicked off...

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