New GSA Schedule Sales Minimum Requirements

New GSA Schedule Sales Minimum Requirements

GSA has changed the time period for the consideration of the sales minimum and the required minimum sales. Contractors now have 60 months to meet or exceed $100,000 in the first 60 months of their contract and $125,000 during each following 60 month option period. Read why the change and what this means for contractors

What is the VETS-4212 Report?

What is the VETS-4212 Report?

The VETS-4212 report is an annual report required by some contractors and subcontractors to show they are proactively hiring veterans. Find out what the report needs to include, who needs to file and when it’s due.

SPEL – The New GSS Modification Process

SPEL – The New GSS Modification Process

The Standardized Pricing Evaluation Logic (SPEL) was developed by GSA and OIG to improve their control of overpriced items by streamlining the review and assessment of modifications against existing products, commercial market, past transactions, non-selling products.

What is a Joint Venture?

What is a Joint Venture?

Joint Ventures are a wonderful opportunity to enhance your opportunities to work with the Government. There are many benefits to pursuing a GSA schedule with that Joint Venture.  

What is the FAS Catalog Platform (FCP)?

What is the FAS Catalog Platform (FCP)?

GSA is retiring SIP and replacing the catalog upload process with the FAS Catalog Platform (FCP). The FCP is a web-based tool that is looking to replace SIP with its catalog upload features and more. Contractors must prepare for the upcoming transition expected to be released sometime in Fiscal Year 2024.

This GSA Schedule Transactional Data Reporting (TDR) Option

This GSA Schedule Transactional Data Reporting (TDR) Option

Why Vendors Should Choose to Opt-In to TDR- Existing GSA Schedule holders and new vendors going through the contract award process (offeror) have the option to participate in the Transactional Data Reporting program if their products or services fall under one of the eligible Special Item Numbers referenced in the TDR program. Understand the benefits and requirements of the TDR program.

Understand GSA Commercial Sales Practices Requirements

Understand GSA Commercial Sales Practices Requirements

Federal Supply Schedules are focused on having the best price available from schedule holders. One way to ensure they are doing so is through Commercial Sales Practices. The common discounts are examined by the Contracting Officer for the offerings. But this method might not be for every company. We examined what commercial sales practices are, why they are important to your schedule, and evaluated what kind of business this practice would be a good fit for.

GSA MAS Solicitation Refresh #16

GSA MAS Solicitation Refresh #16

When GSA releases refreshes #16 in May 2023, it will bring regulatory changes to the MAS solicitation, updates for Joint Ventures, and changes to Special Item Numbers (SINs) which may require an additional action or change the way your contract is managed. All new and existing GSA Schedule contractors must be aware of updates and review this refresh carefully. 

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