The OFPP Spearheads the Road to Simplification

In order to bring some order to the chaos of the federal Government contractor space, the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP), newly headed by Anne Rung, is making a renewed effort to cut costs by way of increased collaboration and cooperation within agencies,...
GSA kicks off new FSSI BPAs

GSA kicks off new FSSI BPAs

MRO and JanSan FSSI to go live – OS3 looking to follow GSA has recently completed the award process for two new Federal Strategic Sources Initiative (FSSI) BPA’s and is getting ready to go live in GSAAdvantage. Once live, eligible ordering activities will be...
How to Respond to Government Opportunities

How to Respond to Government Opportunities

The U.S. Government is the world’s largest buyer of products and services. The U.S. Government will spend over $500 billion this year on goods and services and state and local government spending is projected to hit $5 trillion. Are you finding these government...

GSA Rolls Out New Price Paid Tool

GSA is moving forward with their new service model to facilitate the “Strategic” plan designed to improve the GSA Schedules program in the upcoming fiscal years 2014-2018. The plan was drafted to link GSA’s Management objectives to the GSA programs. GSA Management’s...
OASIS Final RFP’s have Been Released in FBO

OASIS Final RFP’s have Been Released in FBO

The OASIS Team has sent an email announcing the release of the final Request for Proposals (RFP’s) for OASIS and OASIS Small Business. The RFP’s have officially been posted in FedBizOpps (FBO) and both postings contain the SF33 award document, a copy of the...
DCAA Audited Accounting System for OASIS

DCAA Audited Accounting System for OASIS

Requirement Removed From the Latest OASIS Draft RFP. GSA has now announced that although a DCAA audited accounting system is no longer a pass/fail requirement, the DCAA has come on board to conduct “pre-award surveys of the accounting systems for apparent successful...

Expect More Changes Coming to GSA Schedules

Changes to GSA Schedules are happening and GSA has begun releasing their latest solicitation refreshes. This time around we are noticing something different. In this latest set of refreshes there are two clear additions to the language in the Solicitation Cover Page...
GSA to Remove Small Business Set-Aside SINs

GSA to Remove Small Business Set-Aside SINs

GSA has been proactive in making changes to its Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) programs and is making efforts to reduce redundancies found within the MAS program. If you are a Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) holder, you may have received a letter from GSA in April of...

Once Again, It’s GSA Sales Reporting Time!

The Government Fiscal Year runs from October 1st thru September 30 and, at the end of each quarter, GSA Schedule holders are required to report their total GSA sales for the last quarter through the 72A Sales Reporting System. For this quarter, you will report the GSA Schedule sales that you received between January 1, 2013 and March 31, 2013.

All 72A reports must be filed and IFF payment received no later than 04/30/2013. Be aware that even if you have zero GSA Schedule sales you are still required to log into the 72A System and report zero sales.

OASIS Draft RFP has been Released!

OASIS Draft RFP has been Released!

(Update 8/1/2013- OASIS Final RFP Release now available) Though their Interact site, GSA has announced that the Draft RFP for OASIS has been released and is available in FedBizOpps! GSA’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) is a new contract...

Schedule 874 MOBIS SIN Restructure

Upcoming changes in the MOBIS (Mission Oriented Business Integrated Solutions) solicitation will affect many 874 schedule contractors. GSA has merged a selection of MOBIS Special Item Numbers (SINs) in order to reduce time and effort in soliciting and evaluating...

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