One of the many benefits of being a GSA schedule holder is that other federal agencies are able to purchase your products and services utilizing your GSA schedule. The more familiar federal agencies such as Executive, Legislative, and Judicial level are the more widely known in being able to purchase commodities. You should also become familiar with the other departments and organizations that may have a need for what you offer. Here are a list of additional departments below:
- Mixed Ownership Corporations.
- District of Columbia.
- Cost Reimbursement Contractors and Subcontractors (as authorized by agency contracting official).
- Cost Reimbursement or Fixed Priced Contractors use of GSA Fleet motor vehicles and related services (as authorized by agency contracting official).
- Fixed Priced Contractors and Subcontractors purchasing security equipment (as authorized by agency contracting official).
- Non federal firefighting organizations cooperating with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
- Tribes & Tribal organizations.
- Cooperative Purchasing.
- Disaster Purchasing.
- 1122 Program.
- Public Health Emergencies.
- The American National Red Cross.
- Howard University.
- Gallaudet College.
- National Institute for the Deaf.
- American Printing House For The Blind.
- Governments of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, United States Virgin Islands.
- Entities authorized under the Foreign Assistance Act.
For a more defined list of agencies please refer to GSA Eligibility Order 4800.2H click here .
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