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GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) has announced its intent to improve the professional services Schedule offerings. A first step in this initiative will be to consolidate Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) services offerings, specifically those currently listed across the following 8 Schedules plus IT SIN C132-51 and HR SIN C595-21:
- Consolidated (00CORP)
- FABS (520)
- AIMS (541)
- Language (738II)
- PES (871)
- MOBIS (874)
- LOGWORLD (874V)
- Environmental (899)
What does this mean for contractors?
If you currently have a contract on one or more of these Schedules, your contract will migrate over and become a Professional Services Schedule contract. All of these will be listed together.
Here is the current proposed timeline:
- 12/31/14 Nonprofessional service SINS with sales migrated to the appropriate Schedule
- 01/01/15 Begin migration to Professional Services Schedule
- 02/28/15 Existing Schedules closed for new offers
- 03/01/15 New offers accepted under the Professional Services Schedule
- 11/01/15 Transitions to the Professional Services Schedule substantially complete
If this affects you and you have not heard from your contract administrator, you probably will soon.
DKA can guide you through it. Call (561) 640-9171.
Please contact us if you have further questions; however, please keep in mind that this is a tentative timeline and all dates are subject to change.
The DKA team has now assisted 300 companies in getting on the GSA Schedule with zero denials. We’ve also helped our clients win 274 government contracts with a combined value in excess of $1.2 Billion, including more than $100 Million/year in contract wins in each of the past 4 years. As the year comes to an end, contractors will be establishing contracting goals for the New Year. Do you have a plan of action to see that your business continues to grow in the Federal Marketplace? Please feel free to contact the DKA team to discuss how we can maximize the success of all your contracting efforts.
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