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Upgrades to the VA FSS Website

On November 22, 2011, the Office of Acquisition and Logistics (OAL) launched its redesigned and restructured Internet website, including all FSS webpages.  The redesign initiative was undertaken to provide enhanced usability for OAL customers and a cohesive/updated interface across the sites, as well as a web address consistent with their identity. The restructuring effort addressed the recent Office of Acquisition, Logistics, and Construction reorganization as part of the Secretary’s initiative to transform VA’s acquisition and facilities management activities.

While the FSS Web Portal address remains the same (http://www.fss.va.gov/), the addresses for all of our other pages have changed.  A complete list of FSS web pages and their new addresses is included on page 4 and can be accessed online

Within the new web-pages, all FSS stakeholders are able to view a variety of information that will provide helpful training. Also, FSS contractors can obtain important tips that will help them better manage and market their FSS contract, such as:


All mass modification documents (e.g. a copy of the SF 30, updated/revised clauses, etc.) can be obtained from the Modification Forms page. To submit a Mass Modification, select the applicable Schedule and mass modification number, sign the document and return it to your assigned Contract Specialist.


Email or call the FSS Helpdesk (708-786-7737) if you have any questions about the redesigned FSS website.   Report broken links to PMRS



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<p>More information about UPC codes is available at www.sensoft.com&nbsp; GSA is issuing waivers to companies who ask for them and provide justification.&nbsp; SenSoft provides an alternative to the SIP program through our web site and several of our Clients have been granted waivers.&nbsp; If you are a small manufacturer who does not use UPCs in your commercial business, it should not be a problem.&nbsp; It can cost several thousand dollars to obtain valid UPC numbers, and then annual fees for maintenance.</p>
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<p>Dear mckinnewd,</p><p>Have you worked with the GSA Vendor Support Center?&nbsp; They are the point of contact for all GSA Advantage related issues and can be reached at:</p><p>https://vsc.gsa.gov/</p><table bgcolor="#FFFFFF" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" summary="" width="95%"><tbody><tr><td class="x5"><b>Hours :</b> 8:30am - 5:30pm EST</td></tr><tr><td class="x5"><b>Phone :</b> (703) 605-9992</td></tr><tr><td class="x5"><b>Toll Free :</b> (877) 495-4849</td></tr><tr></tr><tr><td class="x5"><b>Email :</b> <a href="mailto:vendor.support@gsa.gov" style="color:#00295a;"><u>vendor.support@gsa.gov</u></a></td></tr></tbody></table><p>&nbsp;</p><p>VA FSS Service</p>
<p>A recent change to the FSS schedules and SIP requires UPC codes for many products. &nbsp;Yet we are finding some of our manufacturers we resll for do not have a UPC Code and do not desire to assign one. &nbsp;Without this, SIP does not allow and update to GSA Advantage. &nbsp;I am sure that my company is not the only having this issue. &nbsp;I would appreciate ideas on how to voercome this stumbling block</p>