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New Rule Streamlines GSA Schedules Program Clauses

Big News! General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR) Case 2013-G502 Federal Supply Schedule Contracting (Administrative Changes) has been published as a final rule and became effective May 23, 2019. This final rule radically streamlines the GSA Schedules Program clauses and provisions. This initiative has been years in the making and brings additional transparency, efficiency, and clarity to the GSA Schedules Program.

What these changes mean

  • 85 obsolete/duplicative clauses and provisions are deleted (see GSA Order ADP 2800.12B Change 100).
  • 30 “new” clauses and provisions are incorporated into the GSAR. These were previously “internal to FAS”/Schedules-specific clauses and provisions that start with CP, G-FSS, H-FSS, and I-FSS.
  • Four GSA Schedules Program clauses and provisions (that were previously removed from the GSAR as part of a prior GSAM rewrite) are now incorporated into the GSAR, and 10 existing GSA Schedules Program clauses and provisions are updated to reflect current references and practices.  


These changes will be incorporated into GSA’s new Consolidated Schedule solicitation. GSA will be providing additional information on clause and provision changes for the new Consolidated Schedule solicitation in the upcoming months.


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