Should You Pursue a GSA Schedule? E-Buy Open Can Help!

Should You Pursue a GSA Schedule? E-Buy Open Can Help!

A new GSA tool to see who wins GSA Schedule bids may help you decide.

The General Services Administration (GSA) has launched a new pilot program to make eBuy award public through the Federal Business Opportunities portal at www.FBO.gov. The program will be called e-Buy Open and will run for a one-year pilot period.  E-Buy open will remove some of the mystery regarding the GSA Schedules and help vendors to see where they fit in the program.

The actual bid opportunities will not be made public, only the post-award data. This will provide vendors with insights into which agencies are purchasing which products and services. This information will help interested vendors make more informed, data-driven decisions.

We often hear of aspiring government contractors struggling to understand the types of opportunities they could pursue if they had a GSA Schedule. This will be a great tool to allow contractors to go in and complete a market analysis that will help them determine whether a GSA schedule is right for them.  E-Buy Open offers vendors a new data-driven decision tool.

GSA hopes that providing this transparency will stimulate interest and competition in the schedule program.  Federal Acquisition Service Commissioner Alan Thomas said “Not only will publishing post-award RFQ information publicly give our industry partners greater insight, but it will also encourage more vendors to pursue opportunities with GSA.”

Enter the keyword “eBuyPilot” in the search box on FedBizOpps https://www.fbo.gov/ to find these award notices. The GSA pilot program will Include eBuy Data through the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS).

Coley has helped clients with in depth market analysis to see what contracting vehicle is the best fit for government contractors. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at 210-402-6766 or [email protected]. We would love the opportunity to provide you with the insights you need to make the best decision for your government contracting success.

Making it Easier for Federal Agencies to Buy from GSA Schedules

Making it Easier for Federal Agencies to Buy from GSA Schedules

All Federal agencies have to abide by a variety of rules. These determine who and how agency buyers should purchase from the various procurement vehicles available to them. As part of their due diligence, government contractors will conduct research on what contracting vehicles their targeted buyers are using. They will then pursue getting on those vehicles in order to compete. At the end of the day, you want to make it easier for your buyer to do business with you.

For Federal agencies buying products and services from GSA Schedule holders just got a lot easier.

In September of 2018, GSA, DOD, and NASA were successful in appealing to the CAAC to eliminate individual determination requirements on interagency acquisitions. Eliminating individual requirement determination will help streamline acquisitions through the GSA schedule programs, as well as others.

The previous rule was that all acquisition above $550,000 required the contracting officer to perform a determination of best procurement approach. Then they had to request approval to purchase through another agencies contracting vehicle if it was seen as the best approach. The recent letter states the authority given in the FY’18 the Defense Authorization bill permits a class determination per contracting vehicle.

The Civilian Agency Acquisition Council (CAAC) is a multi-agency governing body. They “assists the Administrator of General Services in developing and maintaining the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) System by developing or reviewing all proposed changes to the FAR.”

Many contractors currently doing business in the federal market without a GSA Schedule will start facing more competition. Reach out to Coley at 210-402-6766 or [email protected] if you want to have a conversation about what is involved in getting and managing a GSA Schedule. We can provide you with insights to help determine if it is the right decision for you.

2018 Oasis on-Ramp IDIQ

2018 Oasis on-Ramp IDIQ

OASIS IDIQ Contract Unrestricted on Ramp for 2018 for Pools 2

UPDATE: Pool 6 has closed as of June 2018.

On May 9, 2018, GSA posted a pre-solicitation notice for an on-ramp for the OASIS indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Unrestricted (UNR) 5-year contract for Pools 2, with the final solicitation being published on or about May 31, 2018.   If past history is an indication, the solicitation responses will be due 60 to 90 days from the publication of the final solicitation, with awards following in late winter to spring 2019.

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Introduction to The SBA’s Mentor-Protégé Program

Introduction to The SBA’s Mentor-Protégé Program

A Path to Government Contracting

One of the Small Business Administration’s mission is to continuously expand Federal contracting opportunities for Small Business. In 2016, they established the All Small Mentor-Protégé Program (ASMPP) to extend SBA approved mentor-protégé relationships to every small business. The program was designed to enhance the capability of the protégé firms to win Federal business utilizing the mentor company’s business development capabilities and substantive project experience.

The SBA created the program in 2016 to apply a consistent requirement for all socioeconomic-program small business categories. The SBA ASMPP Program has a process for application and approval by the SBA ASMPP Qualifications include:

Protege:

  • Be a small business with industry experience
  • Have a proposed mentor prior to applying for the program
  • Be organized for profit or as an agricultural cooperative
  • Have no more than two mentors in the business’ lifetime

Mentor:

  • Be organized for profit or as an agricultural cooperative
  • Have no more than three protégés at a time
  • For the SBA to approve the mentor-protégé agreement:
  • The SBA must determine that the mentor-provided assistance will promote real developmental gains for the protege, not just act as a vehicle to receive federal small business set-asides
  • An SBA “determination of affiliation” must not exist between the mentor and the protege
  • The qualification criteria are fully defined in Title 13 Part 125.9 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).

The ASMPP includes the added benefit of allowing approved ASMPP vendors to develop a Joint Venture (JV) to compete on contracts, including small business set-asides.  While each socioeconomic category has its own regulations, they all share the same requirements for the creation and function of a JV.  Remember that the JV must be approved by the SBA in addition to the approval for the ASMPP program.

What is a Joint Venture Agreement?

There are specific requirements and roles for each member of the Joint Venture.  To receive SBA approval, the mentor and protégé must execute a JV agreement to be approved by the SBA.  There are only three rules to maintain the JV:

  • The Joint Venture must perform the appropriate percentage of work based on the subcontracting requirements;
  • The protégé must perform 40% of that and not be limited to “administrative or ministerial functions”;
  • The Joint Venture must submit annual reports to the SBA and the contracting agencies explaining how the work is being performed for each contract.

The ASMPP and subsequent JV are “training wheels” for small protégé firms—SDVOSBs, 8 (a)s, and HUBZones, etc.—to build confidence, past performance, and sound processes for winning and successfully delivering Federal contract work.

If you have additional questions, please contact Coley by email  at [email protected] or phone at 210-402-6766.

Leverage your GSA Schedule for State & Local Government Sales

Leverage your GSA Schedule for State & Local Government Sales

You may not have considered all the ways that you can maximize the value of your GSA Schedule. Use your GSA Schedule contract to win State and Local business.  There are direct and indirect means using your GSA Schedule as the contracting vehicle to sell to State and Local Governments. In the indirect route,  you may use your GSA Schedule contract as the basis to obtain a State or Local contracting vehicle.

Using your GSA Schedule Contract to Sell Directly to State & Local Government

If you have a GSA Schedule, there are four programs that enable you to sell directly to State and Local government customers:  Cooperative Purchasing, Disaster Purchasing, Public Health Emergency, and the 1122 Program.  These programs create new opportunities to extend the reach of your GSA Schedule beyond Federal customers. The Cooperative purchasing is voluntary. Many buyers are unaware that they may to purchase from your GSA Schedule, so schedule holders may require to provide some insight. Informing them of their access to your GSA Schedule is one step toward turning them from prospects to customers.

1.      Cooperative Purchasing

Cooperative Purchasing the best way to leverage your GSA Schedules. You will need to understand which state, local and tribal governments are buying your services from GSA Schedule holders. This program applies to GSA Schedule 70 for information technology and GSA Schedule 84 for law enforcement and security products and services. More and more state and local governments (STLOCs) are buying from GSA Schedules.

2.      Disaster (and Public Health Emergency) Purchasing

While Cooperative Purchasing is limited to only GSA Schedules 84 and 70, State and Local governments can use all GSA Schedules to buy supplies and services directly to assist in recovery from a declared disaster, which could be a weather event (hurricanes, floods, etc.), terrorist attack, or a nuclear, biological, chemical, or radiological attack.  When you hear on the news that the president has declared an area a “disaster area,”  this means that units of government in that area can buy from GSA Schedules that are identified in GSA eLibrary and on  GSA Advantage!®, with a Disaster Purchasing icon.  The same applies in the case of a declared Public Health Emergency.

3.      The 1122 Program

State and Local Governments may also access GSA Schedules to purchase equipment in support of counter-drug, homeland security, and emergency response activities.  The terms and conditions for use of this program are detailed in the 1122 Program Equipment and Supplies Catalog.  13 GSA Schedules are represented in this catalog where items may be purchased through the program:

  • Schedule 84 – Law Enforcement and Security
  • Schedule 51 – V Hardware Superstore
  • Schedule 56 – Building and Building Materials/Industrial Services and Supplies
  • Schedule 58 I – Professional Audio Video and other products
  • Schedule 66 – Scientific Equipment and Services
  • Schedule 67 – Photographic Equipment
  • Schedule OOCORP; under SIN 874-4 – Training
  • Schedule 70 – IT
  • Schedule 71 – Furniture
  • Schedule 75 – Office Products/Supplies
  • Schedule 78 – Sports, Promotional, Outdoor, Recreational, Trophies, and Signs
  • Schedule 23 V – Vehicular Multiple Award Schedules

In order to participate in the 1122 Program, you will need to contact the designated State Point Of Contact (SPOC) for your State.

Using your GSA Schedule Contract as the Base for Acquiring State and Local Contracting Vehicles

State and local governments, as well as regional Cooperatives, all have their own contracting vehicles to procure goods and services.  Several states have their own contracting vehicles that “piggyback” directly on GSA Schedules because it comes with approved terms and conditions and prices have already been determined by a GSA Contracting Officer.  The California Mass Award Schedule (CMAS) program will directly award a State CMAS contract entirely based on a vendor’s GSA Schedule contract.  Like GSA Schedules, CMAS contracts are “evergreen,” meaning that they are always open.

Other States, such as Pennsylvania, New York, and Illinois allow the use of GSA Schedules as the basis for a State procurement. However, these states require specific authorization actions to do so.

Use your GSA Schedule as Base in Texas

In Texas, for example, the State does not use GSA Schedules to procure goods and services. Texas issues its own TXMAS contracts for most products and many services, the TXDIR (Department of Information Resources) contracts for IT products and services, and term contracts for other services.  Notably, of the three, only TXMAS is continuously open to new vendors. However, to be awarded a TXMAS contract, vendors need to have an existing base contract with sales and at least 1 year remaining on it. This requirement is an easy fit for many vendors.

You may also wish to look at some of the national and regional cooperative purchasing contracts. BuyBoard, although based in Texas, allows a variety of State and local governments, as well as select nonprofits, to purchase from it.

In conclusion, not all states treat GSA Schedules alike. Many states use the GSA’s pricing as benchmarks in their own negotiations with vendors.  Furthermore, some states choose not to use GSA Schedules even though they may have statutory authority to do so. Also, there are some States that cannot use GSA contracts at all.

Certainly, many GSA Schedule holders are unaware of the full potential for developing sales through the GSA Schedule contract. The key is to build relationships beyond the Federal government. Coley provides support for clients to follow a strategic approach to position their business and effectively compete in the Government marketplace. Contact Coley GCS by email at [email protected] or directly at 210-402-677 to discuss how we can help provide you with insights on how to grow your government sales.

Additional Resources:

Cooperative Purchasing FAQs
Local Preparedness Acquisition Act

Micro-Purchase Changes to Threshold Can Increase Your Government Sales

Micro-Purchase Changes to Threshold Can Increase Your Government Sales

Thanks to a recent change in the micro-purchase threshold if you sell products, training, or off-the-shelf solutions to any civilian agency (non-DoD), your competition was just significantly reduced!

Last month, as part of the  National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2018 for Fiscal Year 2018, the Micro-Purchase Threshold for Civilian agencies including GSA, purchases increased from $3,000 to $10,000.  The Micro-Purchase Threshold is the maximum price a Government customer may spend without approval from higher authority.  In other words, this is the amount a customer can spend to purchase your products WITHOUT COMPETING the requirement.

For specifics see, Section 806 of the NDAA, titled “Requirements Related to the Micro-Purchase Threshold” states the following: “INCREASE IN THRESHOLD. —Section 1902(a)(1) of title 41, United States Code, is amended by striking ‘$3,000’ and inserting ‘$10,000’.”

We have already seen the change occurring at GSA during negotiations and included in Final Proposal Revision letters, but there will not see a change to the FAR until later — it can take months to years for the FAR council to approve changes. This is a major stepping stones towards Amazon-type purchasing methods which GSA and others are currently exploring.

Keep in mind that the sales won’t flow to you unless you’re out there giving reasons for customers to buy your products. Now is the time to make sure your products are available on GSAAdvantage! and other purchasing sites. Try direct mail and email campaigns to purchase card holders and program managers to help push customers to your products. As always, face-to-face visits with local small business representatives can help you get in front of more customers.

The increase in the Micro-Purchase threshold only applied to Civilian agencies; It does not apply to the DOD at this time, which will continue to operate under the current threshold of $5,000 approved last year.

Now is the time to ramp up your sales to DoD. Coley has decades of experience and 90% of our clients meet or exceed GSA’s minimum sales.  Let Coley help maximize your sales to the Government.  Our experienced contract advisors are always willing to show you how changes in Government policy, such as the increased Micro-Purchase Threshold can improve your business. Reach us by email at [email protected] or by phone at 210.402.6766.

FAQs of GSA Advantage Order Cancellations

FAQs of GSA Advantage Order Cancellations

To be successful in the federal marketplace, you must effectively sell your company’s offerings in a highly competitive market and stand out among other contractors – just having a GSA Schedule does not guarantee sales.

Beyond sales, contractors must continue to manage the contract throughout the base period.  Successfully managing your GSA Schedules contract requires you to become knowledgeable of requirements to maintain compliance as well as be familiar with operational processes impacting your Schedule. In this post, we will discuss contractor responsibilities within GSAAdvantage! to help avoid you having to cancel orders and understand any adverse actions that your Contracting Officer may impose.

Three Reasons a Contractor Can Reject a GSA Advantage Order

Each contractor holds unique terms and conditions specific to their GSA Schedule Contract and the responsible parties must be very familiar with them.  The pricelist (I-FSS-600), items 1-26 contain pertinent information regarding a contractor’s options for cancelling an order. However, you may be able to cancel a GSAAdvantage order but only in very specific conditions.  Below are 3 Questions to ask if you meet the conditions that will allow you to cancel an order:

  • Does the order total fall outside your minimum order or above the maximum order threshold
    If a Schedule contractor is unwilling to accept an order above the maximum order threshold or from an agency or activity outside the executive branch, the order will be returned to the ordering activity within five workdays after receipt by the contractor.
  • What agency did the order come from?
    GSA Schedule contractors are obligated to accept orders placed by activities within the executive branch of the federal government. Is the customer outside the executive branch of the federal government? Then consider GSA Schedule contractors are not obligated, but are encouraged, to accept orders from agencies and activities outside the executive branch.
  • Has the order been accepted or rejected in a timely manner?
    The order is considered as “accepted” by the contractor and all provisions of the Schedule contract shall then apply if the Schedule contractor fails to return the order, or advise the ordering activity, within the specified timeframes.

If you’re outside of these conditions, you have 5 days to cancel the GSAAdvantage! order, otherwise the Purchase Order (PO) must be filled.  If you cannot sustain this order and you’re within the conditions above, you can cancel the Purchase Order (PO) with reason that these products are being removed from the GSA Schedule.

How to Avoid Having to Cancel a GSA Advantage Order:

  • Know your Contract – Read the terms and conditions of your GSA Contract and understand everything you are responsible for.
  • Stay Compliant – Make sure your modifications are up-to-date. Adding, Deleting, Economic Price Adjustments (EPA) or any administrative modifications to your schedule, should be maintained efficiently. In addition to products, make sure your point of contact and email address on GSA ebuy are accurate so you are receiving all required communications regarding orders you receive.
  • Be Proactive – Always stay in touch with your supply chain to ensure you are able to deliver on all your future orders at the price awaded. If you are offering products, make sure your vendor has not changed manufacture to a non TAA compliant country. Ensure your costs have not exceeded your list price so you can modify price or remove those items before orders come in.
  • Be Effective – If you are using a GSA Schedule management service that provides you with eCatalog support including GSAAdvantage or you have an internal team, ensure they keep your eCatalog current with new prices, deleted items or new offerings. The speed on how your team can effectively complete these tasks will keep you flexible, competitive and contribute to your success.

 

 

How to Sell on FedMall

How to Sell on FedMall

Become a Supplier on DLA’s eCommerce Platform.

FedMall is the redesigned successor of the DLA eMall program; a successful 20-year purchasing program. FedMall is an eCommerce platform which hosts millions of products that are available for purchase by authorized entities. It includes tools to assist both customers and suppliers with functions that allow for product catalog management, tracking purchases, and more.  FedMall is comparable to popular commercial and government eCommerce shopping sites, such as Amazon.com and GSAAdvantage.gov respectively, this online shopping center is made available to Government customers from Federal, State, and local agencies.

FedMall Suppliers can publish and modify awarded products in FedMall and maximize visibility to customers who purchase through this platform. DLA eCommerce option has a growing popularity in both the supplier and customer community, a FedMall contract could increase your sales and they now have a fully functioning platform that provides order life-cycle support.

How to get on FedMall

There are two options to registering to the FedMall.  To become a FedMall Supplier, you must have a long term federal contract that FedMall is able to support.

Examples of long term contracts may include:

  • Long Term Agreements (LTA),
  • Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA),
  • General Service Administration’s (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule Contract,
  • DLA’s Schedule contract program.

Very similar to the GSA Schedule, the DLA Schedule is a newer type of IDIQ contract that is able to provide the government customer with a discounted Commercial Off-the shelf (COTS) product.

FedMall MarketPlace – Pilot Program Currently Specific to Office Supply Vendors

Another option is only available to office supply vendors who must have NAICS 453210 in their profile on SAM.gov and requires no long-term contract as mentioned above. Office Supply vendors can register in the FedMall MarketPlace, but limits you to only selling up to the micro-purchase threshold for government purchase cards, currently at $3,500.00. The FedMall MarketPlace is an eCommerce, platform similar to FedMall, allowing vendors to provide “open market” options to customers. The MarketPlace is a pilot program that is only open to vendors offering office products, and the MarketPlace is looking to add more categories of products in the near future.

Additional Requirements to get on FedMall

Once a long-term government contract has been identified (you may add more than one), suppliers will also need to ensure that they have a valid System for Award Management (SAM) registration and also include a CAGE Code.  Suppliers will also have to obtain specified authentication certificates in order to access FedMall.  These certificates are obtained from third party sources at an additional cost and specific to an individual user.  FedMall currently recognizes CAC cards, PIV cards, and/or soft file certificates that are installed within web browsers.  Have a GSA Schedule and have access to GSA eMod?  You can also use your existing certificate to access FedMall!

The FedMall ordering process is only privy to authorized individuals and will require the supplier to have a secure method for accepting orders.  The currently recognized secure transmission types include secure email (PGP certificate installation), EDI 850 and cXML transfer methods.  PGP secure email set up remains the most popular order transmission method as it can be obtained rather quickly and is also available from trusted parties such as Symantec and Identrust.

Once the prerequisites have been met, contractors may begin registering the contract through the FedMall Supplier Portal.  Be advised that this platform is fairly new and has been experiencing a number of technical issues.  Vendors may experience technical issues and slow responses from the FedMall technical team. FedMall has been listening to the community and is exhausting every effort to roll out new updates as soon as they can.  FedMall hosts regularly scheduled town hall teleconferences and are open to discussing to issues that users are currently experiencing.

To find out when the next Town Hall teleconference will be, or to jump in and start your registration, visit the FedMall Supplier Portal at https://www.suppliers.fedmall.mil.

Agency customers requiring assistance are encouraged to visit the FedMall Customer Registration page at: http://www.dla.mil/Info/FedMall/FedMallBuyers/

Ready to begin, or need to know if you can qualify for FedMall?  Contact Coley GSC for more information if you are ready to begin. Our consultants can help if you need to know if you can qualify to becoming a FedMall supplier.

Rule of Two Takes Precedence over Ability One – A Win for VOSBs

A ruling of the US Court of Federal Claims in PDS Consultants, Inc. v. United States announced that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (“VA”) cannot buy products or services using the Ability One list without first applying the “rule of two” analysis and determining whether qualified veteran-owned small businesses (VOSB) or Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSBs) are available to bid.

The ruling resolves confusion regarding precedence between the Javits-Wagner-O’Day Act ( JWOD) and the Veterans Benefits, Health Care, and Information Technology Act of 2006 (VBA) that existed following the Kingdomware case. It also means that there continues to be an excellent opportunity for Veteran Owned Small Businesses success. (more…)

Insights to SBA Small Business Scorecards Performance in 2016

The Small Business Administration has released its 2016 Small Business Scorecards, SBA’s Government-wide and agency-specific review of small business utilization, transparency, and agency progress.

The SBA negotiates the goals with every agency once every 2 years to ensure that prime and subcontracting goals exceed 23 percent of total contract spending.

Overall, SBA scored Government-wide small business use as an “A.” Government-wide small business contracting exceeded the established goals in every small business category other than HUBZones, which achieved only 1.67%, falling short of the 3.00% goal. (more…)

New IT Schedule SIN to Be Added

General Services Administration (GSA) announced on Interact that IT 70 schedule would be adding new Special Item Number (SIN) 132-41 Earth Observation Solutions (EOS) in June 2017.

SIN 132 41 EOS is designed to:

  • Address the federal government’s growing need for earth observation services which unite multiple technologies including satellite imagery/communication, distribution and content management, analytics and data products.
  • Enhance IT GSA Schedule 70 offerings for increased visibility and rapid access to commercially available solutions.
  • Provide industry partners the opportunity to differentiate their Earth Observation Solutions.
  • Meet the needs of government agencies to make strategic decisions and bring the full value and benefits of category management to government.
  • Deliver customer agencies the tools and expertise needed through IT Schedule 70 to shorten procurement cycles, ensure compliance, and obtain the best value.

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Transition from DOD EMALL To FEDMALL

DOD Emall to FEDMALLDOD EMALL announced the transition from DOD EMALL to the new Federal Mall (FedMall) application through it’s solicitation last year, but there has not been a specific timeframe or process, until now.

The effort comes after the DLA found an opportunity to modernize many outdated aspects of DOD EMALL’s current state.

DOD EMALL teamed with IBM to rollout FedMall late this year. DLA hopes to provide a commercial look and feel, as well as a streamlined registration, ordering, and research process. FedMall will operate just like your everyday eCommerce website, while being fully compliant with policies and regulations. (more…)

FedMALL / DLA Schedule to Reopen to New Vendors Soon!

Get Started now to List your Products on FedMALL

As more and more agencies are being directed to the DOD EMALL (FedMALL) platform, many vendors have been looking for ways to place their product catalog on this booming platform. DOD EMALL is an eCommerce site in which agencies can purchase commercial items from qualifying Product Service Codes shown in table below; however, a contractor must have a current long-term government contract in place in order to qualify to place the same products and pricing onto the FedMALL eCommerce site.

One way to qualify, is to obtain the Defense Logistics Agency’s (DLA) very own Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract.  Comparable to GSA’s FSS program in many ways, vendors may submit an offer to the agency for consideration.  Vendors will continue to work with a DLA Contracting Officer and negotiate products and pricing, and once an agreement is met regarding the contract’s terms and conditions, the vendor is awarded its very own DLA Schedule.  Somewhat similar to GSA’s GSAAdvantage eCommerce platform, DLA Schedule holders will have their products hosted in FedMALL, which gives your government customers another streamlined way to buy your products.

If this is the MAS contract that you have been looking for, better act quickly!  Unlike GSA Schedules, DLA Schedules are not continuously open solicitations and the first open period for 2017 is right around the corner.  Vendors must submit their proposal by mail and be received by DLA not later than April 28th, 2017.  Vendors who cannot meet this suspense date must wait until the next opening, which will open up again in October 2017.

DLA’s current opening/closing dates for 2017, 2018, and 2019 are listed below for your consideration, however keep in mind that these dates have been amended in the past and are subject to change:

YEAROPENINGCLOSING
201703 April28 April
201703 October31 October
201803 April30 April
201803 October31 October
201903 April30 April
201903 October31 October

 

Other paths on to DOD eMall is by using an existing GSA or VA FSS contract. If you have an existing FSS contract there is a simplified award process that is not restricted by the solicitation’s open and close dates. Contact us for details on adding your products to the DOD eMall.

Don’t wait.  The DLA Schedule program is becoming a popular contract vehicle among agency customers for streamlined acquisitions, such as the Department of Defense. As a result, more vendors are submitting proposals to have their products listed.  After submitting your proposal, be prepared to wait up to a year before DLA awards your FSS schedule.  Submitting your offer in April 2017 will place you 6 months ahead of offers that are submitted later this year in October.  To see all submission requirements, Vendors may read the entire solicitation as posted on FedBizOpps.

Need help with your DLA Schedule proposal?  Please contact us for more information and find out how we can help boost your Federal sales DOD EMALL.

Already have a GSA Schedule?  Contact us to find out how you can activate your DOD EMALL account even faster!

SP4708-15-R-0001, AMENDMENT 0011, "REFRESH NO.4"

PSCCountry of Origin RestrictionsShort Name
1080BA-BoPPCAMOUFLAGE AND DECEPTION EQUIPMENT
1090BA-BoPPASSEMBLIES INTERCHANGEABLE BETWEEN WEAPONS IN TWO OR MORE CLASSES
1210BA-BoPPFIRE CONTROL DIRECTORS
1220BA-BoPPFIRE CONTROL COMPUTING SIGHTS AND DEVICES
1240BA-BoPPOPTICAL SIGHTING AND RANGING EQUIPMENT
1250BA-BoPPFIRE CONTROL STABILIZING MECHANISMS
1260BA-BoPPFIRE CONTROL DESIGNATING AND INDICATING EQUIPMENT
1265BA-BoPPFIRE CONTROL TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
1270BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT GUNNERY FIRE CONTROL COMPONENTS
1280BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT BOMBING FIRE CONTROL COMPONENTS
1285BA-BoPPFIRE CONTROL RADAR EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
1287BA-BoPPFIRE CONTROL SONAR EQUIPMENT
1290BA-BoPPMISCELLANEOUS FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT
1560BA-BoPPAIRFRAME STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
1610BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT PROPELLERS AND COMPONENTS
1615BA-BoPPHELICOPTER ROTOR BLADES, DRIVE MECHANISMS AND COMPONENTS
1620BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT LANDING GEAR COMPONENTS
1630BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT WHEEL AND BRAKE SYSTEMS
1640BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT CONTROL CABLE PRODUCTS
1650BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC, VACUUM, AND DE-ICING SYSTEM COMPONENTS
1660BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING, AND PRESSURIZING EQUIPMENT
1670BA-BoPPPARACHUTES; AERIAL PICK UP, DELIVERY, RECOVERY SYSTEMS; AND CARGO TIE DOWN EQUIPMENT
1680BA-BoPPMISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT ACCESSORIES AND COMPONENTS
1710BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT LANDING EQUIPMENT
1720BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT LAUNCHING EQUIPMENT
1730BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT GROUND SERVICING EQUIPMENT
1740BA-BoPPAIRFIELD SPECIALIZED TRUCKS AND TRAILERS
1990BA-BoPPMISCELLANEOUS VESSELS
2010BA-BoPPSHIP AND BOAT PROPULSION COMPONENTS
2020BA-BoPPRIGGING AND RIGGING GEAR
2030BA-BoPPDECK MACHINERY
2040BA-BoPPMARINE HARDWARE AND HULL ITEMS
2050BA-BoPPBUOYS
2060BA-BoPPCOMMERCIAL FISHING EQUIPMENT
2090TAMISCELLANEOUS SHIP AND MARINE EQUIPMENT
2230TARIGHT-OF-WAY CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT, RAILROAD
2240TALOCOMOTIVE AND RAIL CAR ACCESSORIES AND COMPONENTS
2250TATRACK MATERIAL, RAILROAD
2410TATRACTOR, FULL TRACKED, LOW SPEED
2420TATRACTORS, WHEELED
2430TATRACTORS, FULL TRACKED, HIGH SPEED
2510TAVEHICULAR CAB, BODY, AND FRAME STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
2520TAVEHICULAR POWER TRANSMISSION COMPONENTS
2530TAVEHICULAR BRAKE, STEERING, AXLE, WHEEL, AND TRACK COMPONENTS
2540TAVEHICULAR FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES
2541TAWEAPONS SYSTEMS SPECIFIC VEHICULAR ACCESSORIES
2590BA-BoPPMISCELLANEOUS VEHICULAR COMPONENTS
2805BA-BoPPGASOLINE RECIPROCATING ENGINES, EXCEPT AIRCRAFT; AND COMPONENTS
2810BA-BoPPGASOLINE RECIPROCATING ENGINES, AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVER; AND COMPONENTS
2815BA-BoPPDIESEL ENGINES AND COMPONENTS
2820BA-BoPPSTEAM ENGINES, RECIPROCATING; AND COMPONENTS
2825BA-BoPPSTEAM TURBINES AND COMPONENTS
2830BA-BoPPWATER TURBINES AND WATER WHEELS; AND COMPONENTS
2835BA-BoPPGAS TURBINES AND JET ENGINES; NON-AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVER, AIRCRAFT NON-PRIME MOVER, AND COMPONENTS
2840BA-BoPPGAS TURBINES AND JET ENGINES, AIRCRAFT, PRIME MOVING; AND COMPONENTS
2845BA-BoPPROCKET ENGINES AND COMPONENTS
2850BA-BoPPGASOLINE ROTARY ENGINES AND COMPONENTS
2895TAMISCELLANEOUS ENGINES AND COMPONENTS
2910TAENGINE FUEL SYSTEM COMPONENTS, NONAIRCRAFT
2915TAENGINE FUEL SYSTEM COMPONENTS, AIRCRAFT AND MISSILE PRIME MOVERS
2920TAENGINE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS, NONAIRCRAFT
2925TAENGINE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS, AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVING
2930TAENGINE COOLING SYSTEM COMPONENTS, NONAIRCRAFT
2935TAENGINE SYSTEM COOLING COMPONENTS, AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVING
2940TAENGINE AIR AND OIL FILTERS, STRAINERS, AND CLEANERS, NONAIRCRAFT
2945TAENGINE AIR AND OIL FILTERS, CLEANERS, AIRCRAFT PRIME MOVING
2950TATURBOSUPERCHARGER AND COMPONENTS
2990TAMISCELLANEOUS ENGINE ACCESSORIES, NONAIRCRAFT
2995TAMISCELLANEOUS ENGINE ACCESSORIES, AIRCRAFT
3010TATORQUE CONVERTERS AND SPEED CHANGERS
3020TAGEARS, PULLEYS, SPROCKETS, AND TRANSMISSION CHAIN
3030TABELTING, DRIVE BELTS, FAN BELTS, AND ACCESSORIES
3040TAMISCELLANEOUS POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT
3110BA-BoPPBEARINGS, ANTIFRICTION, UNMOUNTED
3120BA-BoPPBEARINGS, PLAIN, UNMOUNTED
3130BA-BoPPBEARINGS, MOUNTED
3210TASAWMILL AND PLANING MILL MACHINERY
3220TAWOODWORKING MACHINES
3230TATOOLS AND ATTACHMENTS FOR WOODWORKING MACHINERY
3405TASAWS AND FILING MACHINES
3408TAMACHINING CENTERS AND WAY-TYPE MACHINES
3410TAELECTRICAL AND ULTRASONIC EROSION MACHINES
3411TABORING MACHINES
3412TABROACHING MACHINES
3413TADRILLING AND TAPPING MACHINES
3414TAGEAR CUTTING AND FINISHING MACHINES
3415TAGRINDING MACHINES
3416TALATHES
3417TAMILLING MACHINES
3418TAPLANERS AND SHAPERS
3419TAMISCELLANEOUS MACHINE TOOLS
3422TAROLLING MILLS AND DRAWING MACHINES
3424TAMETAL HEAT TREATING AND NON-THERMAL TREATING EQUIPMENT
3426TAMETAL FINISHING EQUIPMENT
3431TAELECTRIC ARC WELDING EQUIPMENT
3432TAELECTRIC RESISTANCE WELDING EQUIPMENT
3433TAGAS WELDING, HEAT CUTTING, AND METALIZING EQUIPMENT
3436TAWELDING POSITIONERS AND MANIPULATORS
3438TAMISCELLANEOUS WELDING EQUIPMENT
3439TAMISCELLANEOUS WELDING, SOLDERING, AND BRAZING SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
3441TABENDING AND FORMING MACHINES
3442TAHYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC PRESSES, POWER DRIVEN
3443TAMECHANICAL PRESSES, POWER DRIVEN
3444TAMANUAL PRESSES
3445TAPUNCHING AND SHEARING MACHINES
3446TAFORGING MACHINERY AND HAMMERS
3447TAWIRE AND METAL RIBBON FORMING MACHINES
3448TARIVETING MACHINES
3449TAMISCELLANEOUS SECONDARY METAL FORMING AND CUTTING MACHINES
3450TAMACHINE TOOLS, PORTABLE
3455TACUTTING TOOLS FOR MACHINE TOOLS
3456TACUTTING AND FORMING TOOLS FOR SECONDARY METALWORKING MACHINERY
3460TAMACHINE TOOL ACCESSORIES
3461TAACCESSORIES FOR SECONDARY METALWORKING MACHINERY
3465TAPRODUCTION JIGS, FIXTURES, AND TEMPLATES
3470TAMACHINE SHOP SETS, KITS, AND OUTFITS
3510TALAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING EQUIPMENT
3520TASHOE REPAIRING EQUIPMENT
3530TAINDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINES AND MOBILE TEXTILE REPAIR SHOPS
3605TAFOOD PRODUCTS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT
3610TAPRINTING, DUPLICATING, AND BOOKBINDING EQUIPMENT
3611TAINDUSTRIAL MARKING MACHINES
3615TAPULP AND PAPER INDUSTRIES MACHINERY
3620TARUBBER AND PLASTICS WORKING MACHINERY
3625TATEXTILE INDUSTRIES MACHINERY
3630TACLAY AND CONCRETE PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES MACHINERY
3635TACRYSTAL AND GLASS INDUSTRIES MACHINERY
3640TATOBACCO MANUFACTURING MACHINERY
3645TALEATHER TANNING AND LEATHER WORKING INDUSTRIES MACHINERY
3650TACHEMICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING MACHINERY
3655TAGAS GENERATING AND DISPENSING SYSTEMS, FIXED OR MOBILE
3660TAINDUSTRIAL SIZE REDUCTION MACHINERY
3670TASPECIALIZED SEMICONDUCTOR, MICROCIRCUIT, AND PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD MANUFACTURING MACHINERY
3680TAFOUNDRY MACHINERY, RELATED EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
3685TASPECIALIZED METAL CONTAINER MANUFACTURING MACHINERY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
3690BA-BoPPSPECIALIZED AMMUNITION AND ORDNANCE MACHINERY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
3693TAINDUSTRIAL ASSEMBLY MACHINES
3694TACLEAN WORK STATIONS, CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
3695TAMISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY
3710TASOIL PREPARATION EQUIPMENT
3720TAHARVESTING EQUIPMENT
3730TADAIRY, POULTRY, AND LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT
3740TAPEST, DISEASE, AND FROST CONTROL EQUIPMENT
3770TASADDLERY, HARNESS, WHIPS, AND RELATED ANIMAL FURNISHINGS
3805TAEARTH MOVING AND EXCAVATING EQUIPMENT
3810TACRANES AND CRANE-SHOVELS
3815TACRANE AND CRANE-SHOVEL ATTACHMENTS
3820TAMINING, ROCK DRILLING, EARTH BORING, AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
3825TAROAD CLEARING, CLEANING, AND MARKING EQUIPMENT
3830TATRUCK AND TRACTOR ATTACHMENTS
3895TAMISCELLANEOUS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
3910TACONVEYORS
3915TAMATERIALS FEEDERS
3920TAMATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT, NONSELF-PROPELLED
3930TAWAREHOUSE TRUCKS AND TRACTORS, SELF-PROPELLED
3940TABLOCKS, TACKLE, RIGGING, AND SLINGS
3950TAWINCHES, HOISTS, CRANES, AND DERRICKS
3960TAFREIGHT ELEVATORS
3990TAMISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
4010TACHAIN AND WIRE ROPE
4020TAFIBER ROPE, CORDAGE, AND TWINE
4030TAFITTINGS FOR ROPE, CABLE, AND CHAIN
4110TAREFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT
4120TAAIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT
4130TAREFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING COMPONENTS
4140TAFANS, AIR CIRCULATORS, AND BLOWER EQUIPMENT
4150TAVORTEX TUBES AND OTHER RELATED COOLING TUBES
4210TAFIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
4220TAMARINE LIFESAVING AND DIVING EQUIPMENT
4230TADECONTAMINATING AND IMPREGNATING EQUIPMENT
4235TAHAZARDOUS MATERIAL SPILL CONTAINMENT AND CLEAN-UP EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
4240TASAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIPMENT
4250TARECYCLING AND RECLAMATION EQUIPMENT
4310TACOMPRESSORS AND VACUUM PUMPS
4320TAPOWER AND HAND PUMPS
4330TACENTRIFUGALS, SEPARATORS, AND PRESSURE AND VACUUM FILTERS
4410TAINDUSTRIAL BOILERS
4420TAHEAT EXCHANGERS AND STEAM CONDENSERS
4430TAINDUSTRIAL FURNACES, KILNS, LEHRS, AND OVENS
4440TADRIERS, DEHYDRATORS, AND ANHYDRATORS
4460TAAIR PURIFICATION EQUIPMENT
4510TAPLUMBING FIXTURES AND ACCESSORIES
4520TASPACE AND WATER HEATING EQUIPMENT
4530TAFUEL BURNING EQUIPMENT UNITS
4540TAWASTE DISPOSAL EQUIPMENT
4610TAWATER PURIFICATION EQUIPMENT
4620TAWATER DISTILLATION EQUIPMENT, MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL
4630TASEWAGE TREATMENT EQUIPMENT
4710TAPIPE, TUBE AND RIGID TUBING
4720TAHOSE AND FLEXIBLE TUBING
4730TAHOSE, PIPE, TUBE, LUBRICATION, AND RAILING FITTINGS
4810TAVALVES, POWERED
4820TAVALVES, NONPOWERED
4910TAMOTOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4920BA-BoPPAIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4921BA-BoPPTORPEDO MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4923BA-BoPPDEPTH CHARGES AND UNDERWATER MINES MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4925BA-BoPPAMMUNITION MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4927BA-BoPPROCKET MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4930TALUBRICATION AND FUEL DISPENSING EQUIPMENT
4931BA-BoPPFIRE CONTROL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4933BA-BoPPWEAPONS MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4935BA-BoPPGUIDED MISSILE MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4940TAMISCELLANEOUS MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4960BA-BoPPSPACE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND CHECKOUT SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
4970BA-BoPPMULTIPLE GUIDED WEAPONS, SPECIALIZED MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHOP EQUIPMENT
5110BerryHAND TOOLS, EDGED, NON POWERED
5120BerryHAND TOOLS, NON EDGED, NONPOWERED
5130BerryHAND TOOLS, POWER DRIVEN
5133BerryDRILL BITS, COUNTERBORES, AND COUNTERSINKS: HAND AND MACHINE
5136BerryTAPS, DIES, AND COLLETS; HAND AND MACHINE
5140BerryTOOL AND HARDWARE BOXES
5180BerrySETS, KITS, AND OUTFITS OF HAND TOOLS
5210BerryMEASURING TOOLS, CRAFTSMEN'S
5220BerryINSPECTION GAGES AND PRECISION LAYOUT TOOLS
5280BerrySETS, KITS, AND OUTFITS OF MEASURING TOOLS
5305TASCREWS
5306TABOLTS
5307TASTUDS
5310TANUTS AND WASHERS
5315TANAILS, MACHINE KEYS, AND PINS
5320TARIVETS
5325TAFASTENING DEVICES
5330TAPACKING AND GASKET MATERIALS
5331TAO-RING
5335TAMETAL SCREENING
5340TAHARDWARE, COMMERCIAL
5342TAHARDWARE, WEAPON SYSTEM
5345TADISKS AND STONES, ABRASIVE
5350TAABRASIVE MATERIALS
5355TAKNOBS AND POINTERS
5360TACOIL, FLAT, LEAF, AND WIRE SPRINGS
5365TABUSHINGS, RINGS, SHIMS, AND SPACERS
5410TAPREFABRICATED AND PORTABLE BUILDINGS
5411TARIGID WALL SHELTERS
5419TACOLLECTIVE MODULAR SUPPORT SYSTEM
5420TABRIDGES, FIXED AND FLOATING
5430TASTORAGE TANKS
5440TASCAFFOLDING EQUIPMENT AND CONCRETE FORMS
5445TAFABRICATED TOWER STRUCTURES
5450TAMISCELLANEOUS PREFABRICATED STRUCTURES
5510TALUMBER AND RELATED BASIC WOOD MATERIALS
5520TAMILLWORK
5530TAPLYWOOD AND VENEER
5630TAPIPE AND CONDUIT, NONMETALLIC
5640TAWALLBOARD, BUILDING PAPER, AND THERMAL INSULATION MATERIALS
5650TAROOFING AND SIDING MATERIALS
5660TAFENCING, FENCES, GATES AND COMPONENTS
5670TABUILDING COMPONENTS, PREFABRICATED
5675BA-BoPPNONWOOD CONSTRUCTION LUMBER AND RELATED MATERIALS
5680BA-BoPPMISCELLANEOUS CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
5805BA-BoPPTELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH EQUIPMENT
5810BA-BoPPCOMMUNICATIONS SECURITY EQUIPMENT AND COMPONENTS
5811BA-BoPPOTHER CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT AND COMPONENTS
5815BA-BoPPTELETYPE AND FACSIMILE EQUIPMENT
5820BA-BoPPRADIO AND TELEVISION COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
5821BA-BoPPRADIO AND TELEVISION COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT, AIRBORNE
5825TARADIO NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
5826TARADIO NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT, AIRBORNE
5830BA-BoPPINTERCOMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
5831BA-BoPPINTERCOMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS, AIRBORNE
5835BA-BoPPSOUND RECORDING AND REPRODUCING EQUIPMENT
5836BA-BoPPVIDEO RECORDING AND REPRODUCING EQUIPMENT
5840BA-BoPPRADAR EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT AIRBORNE
5841BA-BoPPRADAR EQUIPMENT, AIRBORNE
5845BA-BoPPUNDERWATER SOUND EQUIPMENT
5850BA-BoPPVISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
5855BA-BoPPNIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT, EMITTED AND REFLECTED RADIATION
5860BA-BoPPSTIMULATED COHERENT RADIATION DEVICES, COMPONENTS, AND ACCESSORIES
5865BA-BoPPELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES, COUNTER-COUNTERMEASURES AND QUICK REACTION CAPABILITY EQUIPMENT
5895BA-BoPPMISCELLANEOUS COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
5905BA-BoPPRESISTORS
5910BA-BoPPCAPACITORS
5915BA-BoPPFILTERS AND NETWORKS
5920BA-BoPPFUSES, ARRESTORS, ABSORBERS, AND PROTECTORS
5925BA-BoPPCIRCUIT BREAKERS
5930BA-BoPPSWITCHES
5935BA-BoPPCONNECTORS, ELECTRICAL
5940BA-BoPPLUGS, TERMINALS, AND TERMINAL STRIPS
5945BA-BoPPRELAYS AND SOLENOIDS
5950BA-BoPPCOILS AND TRANSFORMERS
5955BA-BoPPOSCILLATORS AND PIEZOELECTRIC CRYSTALS
5960BA-BoPPELECTRON TUBES AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE
5961BA-BoPPSEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE
5962BA-BoPPMICROCIRCUITS, ELECTRONIC
5963BA-BoPPELECTRONIC MODULES
5965BA-BoPPHEADSETS, HANDSETS, MICROPHONES AND SPEAKERS
5970BA-BoPPELECTRICAL INSULATORS AND INSULATING MATERIALS
5975BA-BoPPELECTRICAL HARDWARE AND SUPPLIES
5977BA·BoPPELECTRICAL CONTACT BRUSHES AND ELECTRODES
5980BA-BoPPOPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE
5985BA-BoPPANTENNAS, WAVEGUIDES, AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
5990BA-BoPPSYNCHROS AND RESOLVERS
5995BA-BoPPCABLE, CORD, AND WIRE ASSEMBLIES: COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
5996BA-BoPPAMPLIFIERS
5998BA-BoPPELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES, BOARDS, CARDS, AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE
5999BA-BoPPMISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
6010BA-BoPPFIBER OPTIC CONDUCTORS
6015BA-BoPPFIBER OPTIC CABLES
6020BA-BoPPFIBER OPTIC CABLE ASSEMBLIES AND HARNESSES
6021BA-BoPPFIBER OPTIC SWITCHES
6030BA-BoPPFIBER OPTIC DEVICES
6032BA·BoPPFIBER OPTIC LIGHT SOURCES AND PHOTO DETECTORS
6035BA-BoPPFIBER OPTIC LIGHT TRANSFER AND IMAGE TRANSFER DEVICES
6060BA-BoPPFIBER OPTIC INTERCONNECTORS
6070BA-BoPPFIBER OPTIC ACCESSORIES AND SUPPLIES
6080BA-BoPPFIBER OPTIC KITS AND SETS
6099BA-BoPPMISCELLANEOUS FIBER OPTIC COMPONENTS
6105TAMOTORS, ELECTRICAL
6110TAELECTRICAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT
6115TAGENERATORS AND GENERATOR SETS, ELECTRICAL
6116TAFUEL CELL POWER UNITS, COMPONENTS, AND ACCESSORIES
6117TASOLAR ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS
6120TATRANSFORMERS: DISTRIBUTION AND POWER STATION
6125TACONVERTERS, ELECTRICAL, ROTATING
6130TACONVERTERS, ELECTRICAL, NONROTATING
6135TABATTERIES, NONRECHARGEABLE
6140TABATTERIES, RECHARGEABLE
6145TAWIRE AND CABLE, ELECTRICAL
6150TAMISCELLANEOUS ELECTRIC POWER AND DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT
6160TAMISCELLANEOUS BATTERY RETAINING FIXTURES, LINERS AND ANCILLARY ITEMS
6210TAINDOOR AND OUTDOOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES
6220TAELECTRIC VEHICULAR LIGHTS AND FIXTURES
6230TAELECTRIC PORTABLE AND HAND LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
6240TAELECTRIC LAMPS
6250TABALLASTS, LAMP HOLDERS, AND STARTERS
6260TANONELECTRICAL LIGHTING FIXTURES
6310TATRAFFIC AND TRANSIT SIGNAL SYSTEMS
6320TASHIPBOARD ALARM AND SIGNAL SYSTEMS
6330TARAILROAD SIGNAL AND WARNING DEVICES
6340TAAIRCRAFT ALARM AND SIGNAL SYSTEMS
6350TAMISCELLANEOUS ALARM, SIGNAL, AND SECURITY DETECTION SYSTEMS
6532TAHOSPITAL AND SURGICAL CLOTHING AND RELATED SPECIAL PURPOSE ITEMS
6625TAELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES MEASURING AND TESTING INSTRUMENTS
6630TACHEMICAL ANALYSIS INSTRUMENTS
6635TAPHYSICAL PROPERTIES TESTING AND INSPECTION
6640TALABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
6645TATIME MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
6650TAOPTICAL INSTRUMENTS, TEST EQUIPMENT, COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES
6655TAGEOPHYSICAL INSTRUMENTS
6660TAMETEOROLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS
6665TAHAZARD-DETECTING INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS
6670TASCALES AND BALANCES
6675TADRAFTING, SURVEYING, AND MAPPING INSTRUMENTS
6680TALIQUID AND GAS FLOW, LIQUID LEVEL, AND MECHANICAL MOTION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
6685TAPRESSURE, TEMPERATURE, AND HUMIDITY MEASURING AND CONTROLLING INSTRUMENTS
6695TACOMBINATION AND MISCELLANEOUS INSTRUMENTS
6710TACAMERAS, MOTION PICTURE
6720TACAMERAS, STILL PICTURE
6730TAPHOTOGRAPHIC PROJECTION EQUIPMENT
6740TAPHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND FINISHING EQUIPMENT
6750TA#NAME?
6760TAPHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES
6770TAFILM, PROCESSED
6780TAPHOTOGRAPHIC SETS, KITS, AND OUTFITS
6820TADYES
6840TAPEST CONTROL AGENTS AND DISINFECTANTS
6850TAMISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES
6910TATRAINING AIDS
6920TAARMAMENT TRAINING DEVICES
6930TAOPERATION TRAINING DEVICES
6940TACOMMUNICATION TRAINING DEVICES
7110TAOFFICE FURNITURE
7125TACABINETS, LOCKERS, BINS, AND SHELVING
7195TAMISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE AND FIXTURES
7210TAHOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS
7310TAFOOD COOKING, BAKING, AND SERVING EQUIPMENT
7320TAKITCHEN EQUIPMENT AND APPLIANCES
7330TAKITCHEN HAND TOOLS AND UTENSILS
7340TACUTLERY AND FLATWARE
7350TATABLEWARE
7360TASETS, KITS, OUTFITS AND MODULES, FOOD PREPERATION AND SERVING
7450TAOFFICE TYPE SOUND RECORDING AND REPRODUCING MACHINES
7490TAMISCELLANEOUS OFFICE MACHINES
7510TAOFFICE SUPPLIES
7520TAOFFICE DEVICES AND ACCESSORIES
7530TASTATIONERY AND RECORD FORMS
7610TABOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
7630TANEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
7660TASHEET AND BOOK MUSIC
7670TAMICROFILM, PROCESSED
7690TAMISCELLANEOUS PRINTED MATIER
7910TAFLOOR POLISHERS AND VACUUM CLEANING EQUIPMENT
7920TABROOMS, BRUSHES, MOPS, AND SPONGES
7930TACLEANING AND POLISHING COMPOUNDS AND PREPARATIONS
8010TAPAINTS, DOPES, VARNISHES, AND RELATED PRODUCTS
8020TAPAINT AND ARTISTS' BRUSHES
8030TAPRESERVATIVE AND SEALING COMPOUNDS
8040TAADHESIVES
8105TABAGS AND SACKS
8110TADRUMS AND CANS
8115TABOXES, CARTONS, AND CRATES
8125TABOTTLES AND JARS
8130TAREELS AND SPOOLS
8135TAPACKAGING AND PACKING BULK MATERIALS
8140BA·BoPPAMMUNITION AND NUCLEAR ORDNANCE BOXES, PACKAGES AND SPECIAL CONTAINERS
8145TASPECIALIZED SHIPPING AND STORAGE CONTAINERS
8150TAFREIGHT CONTAINERS
8405BerryOUTERWEAR, MEN'S
8410BerryOUTERWEAR, WOMEN'S
8415BerryCLOTHING, SPECIAL PURPOSE
8420BerryUNDERWEAR AND NIGHTWEAR, MEN'S
8425BerryUNDERWEAR AND NIGHTWEAR, WOMEN'S
8430BerryFOOTWEAR, MEN'S
8435BerryFOOTWEAR, WOMEN'S
8440BerryHOSIERY, HANDWEAR, AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES, MEN'S
8445BerryHOSIERY, HANDWEAR, AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES, WOMEN'S
8450BerryCHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES
8455BerryBADGES AND INSIGNIA
8460TALUGGAGE
8465BerryINDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
8475BerrySPECIALIZED FLIGHT CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES
8540TATOILETRY PAPER PRODUCTS
9110TAFUELS, SOLID
9150TAOILS AND GREASES: CUTTING, LUBRICATING, AND HYDRAULIC
9160BA-BoPPMISCELLANEOUS WAXES, OILS, AND FATS
9310TAPAPER AND PAPERBOARD
9505BA-BoPPWIRE, NONELECTRICAL
9510BA-BoPPBARS AND RODS
9515BA-BoPPPLATE, SHEET, STRIP, FOIL, AND LEAF
9520BA-BoPPSTRUCTURAL SHAPES
9525BA-BoPPWIRE, NONELECTRICAL, NONFERROUS BASE METAL
9530BA-BoPPBARS AND RODS, NONFERROUS BASE METAL
9535BA-BoPPPLATE, SHEET, STRIP, AND FOIL; NONFERROUS BASE METAL
9540BA-BoPPSTRUCTURAL SHAPES, NONFERROUS BASE METAL
9545TAPLATE, SHEET, STRIP, FOIL, AND WIRE: PRECIOUS METAL
9905TASIGNS, ADVERTISING DISPLAYS, AND IDENTIFICATION PLATES

Responding to Sources Sought Notice or RFIs

At Coley, we frequently receive questions from our clients on whether they should respond to Sources Sought or Request for Information (RFI) notices. But first, lets look at what each of these are.

Sources Sought Notices vs. Request for RFI

An RFI, or Request for Information, is a Government technique of conducting market research. They may be used when the Government does not presently intend to award a contract, but wants to obtain price, delivery, other market information, or capabilities for planning purposes. (more…)

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