GSA To Refresh All Multiple Award Contracts

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GSA To Refresh All Multiple Award Contracts

The General Services Administration (GSA) is planning to refresh all of the Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) effective April 2017.  I know some of you may not be familiar with the word “refresh”, but that’s just GSA’s way of saying that they are updating the contracts to incorporate new rules and regulations.  Typically a refresh is done twice a year to each contract, but with GSA working to make their current contracts more streamlined they have been making several changes across the board to several MAS contracts.

The refresh will be made on all of the MAS contracts to include small business subcontracting improvements, internal policy changes, updates to Non-Federal Entity access to schedules, including under the Disaster Purchasing Program.  To obtain a better understanding of the changes GSA will be hosting a webinar on March 22, 2017. at 2 pm EST.

To register for the webinar click here.

Ilene Giles is a GSA schedules expert that has helped thousands of businesses increase their bottom line with a GSA schedule.  Get her FREE CD, “What You Need To Know Before Applying For A GSA schedule” or contact her today for a FREE consultation at GSAProposalMaven.com/meet-Ilene.  

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By | 2017-06-29T12:09:00+00:00 March 27th, 2017|federal schedules, GSA ccontracts|0 Comments

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Ilene has dedicated over twenty years to federal contracts and is the author of, "Road to Business Growth in the GSA Program" Ilene is known for working with vendors who struggle with GSA contracts and its processes. She is a former GSA contract specialist who has helped over five hundred vendors worldwide in winning federal business with a GSA schedule, contact Ilene for a free consultation

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