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  • wingatec's picture
    wingatec
    Good Morning Here are the latest additions to the GSA Government Managed Reverse Auction Platform's Frequently Asked Questions.  These pertain to ReverseAuctions.gsa.gov. 1.  What are the ordering procedures for using reverse auctions?
     
    Last Activity: 9/12/2013 11:38 AM
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  • Paul J Morris's picture
    Paul J Morris
    GSA's Reverse Auction for Buyers (Virtual) Training Course Date:  September 18, 2013Time:  11:00 AM (ET) On July 1, 2013, GSA launched its government managed Reverse Auction Platform eTool System which is ready for use.
     
    Last Activity: 9/10/2013 4:14 PM
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    Paul J Morris
    Date:  September 18, 2013Time:  11:00 AM (ET) On July 1, 2013, GSA launched its government managed Reverse Auction Platform eTool System which is ready for use. Attend this FREE training course to gain valuable information and knowledge on the Reverse Auction eTool system and the benefits offered by this system to obtain quotes, prices paid data, and level (3) agency spend data.  
     
    Last Activity: 9/10/2013 3:10 PM
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    MAS Blogger
    Huge Milestone – MAS Group Reaches 7,700 Members and Over 50,000 YouTube Views We have hit a huge milestone over the past few days: 7,700 Interact group subscribers and over 50,000 views on our various training videos - and we couldn't have done it without all of you. 
     
    Last Activity: 9/3/2013 4:45 PM
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    OASIS Blogger
     
    Last Activity: 8/30/2013 8:11 AM
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    dmcneely
    Where are the Q&A files for OASIS?
    OASIS Blogger
    Thank you for your post. We will continue to read comments submitted to the OASIS community, but we will not be responding to them during the formal acquisition process. All questions and comments related to the OASIS and OASIS SB Final RFPs release...Read More
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    Paul J Morris
    GSA's Reverse Auction Training for GSA Vendors Date:  August 29, 2013Time:  11:00 AM (EST) On July 1, 2013, GSA launched its government managed Reverse Auction Platform eTool System which is ready for use.
     
    Last Activity: 8/29/2013 12:14 PM
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    wdumigan
    Kudos to  Paul!! Very helpful!  Contractors added good unvarnished questions.  Thanks to Charles for additional guidance and addressing comments. (spell checker works too!)
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    OASIS Blogger
    Hello Industry Partners, I am very pleased to announce the release of the OASIS Final RFPs, which I know all of you have been eagerly awaiting for quite some time. The OASIS team would like to extend a big ‘thank you’ to our Industry partners for their participation in the development process; in particular, we’d like to especially thank those who answered our call for white papers this spring and participated in One-on-One due diligence sessions with us. 
     
    Last Activity: 8/28/2013 5:22 PM
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    Youssef Sleiman
    Am I the only one confused by this?Ref. SB pass/fail requirementsNo Individual Annual Project Value shall be less than $750,000 per year. Note: Annual project value for completed projects is determined as follows: total obligated dollars divided by the...Read More
    OASIS Blogger
    Thank you for your post. We will continue to read comments submitted to the OASIS community, but we will not be responding to them during the formal acquisition process. All questions and comments related to the OASIS and OASIS SB Final RFPs release...Read More
    Youssef Sleiman
    Ref. SB Pass/fail criteriaAm I the only one confused :No Individual Annual Project Value shall be less than $750,000 per year. Note: Annual project value for completed projects is determined as follows: total obligated dollars divided by the total number...Read More
    OASIS Blogger
    Thank you for your post. We will continue to read comments submitted to the OASIS community, but we will not be responding to them during the formal acquisition process. All questions and comments related to the OASIS and OASIS SB Final RFPs release...Read More
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    MAS Blogger
    GSA Schedule Contractor Team Arrangements (CTAs)   Register to learn about the benefits of the MAS program, acquisition life cycle, acquisition strategies using GSA Schedules, and more! Take this Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) training online and receive a training certificate with credit toward your warrant requirements.      Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: 
     
    Last Activity: 8/28/2013 11:25 AM
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    fsupply
    We have a product on our GSA schedule that went to bid on 'FED BIZ OPPS'.  My question is:  Is there an advantage in having this product on our GSA and bidding it with that price OR just bidding it as an open market item with a lower price? How much assurity is there in getting the bid with the item on our GSA schedule? I'm assuming that we should get it, because we are the only supplier that has the products on GSA currently.  YOUR THOUGHTS!!
     
    Last Activity: 8/28/2013 11:04 AM
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    vtarbell_1
    You can bid a lower price than what is on your contract without going open market. The contract price is the highest price you are allowed to charge, not the lowest. If you are counting on having it on contract as giving you an advantage, then you...Read More
    dgonnion
    I"m not sure what the question was that prompted the reply above...however..I have a question that seems relevant.. My company was recently awarded a schedule....IT 70 space..we're also a Small Disadvantaged Business.. Recently we replied to an...Read More
    Maureen Duckworth
    FAR 8.405-4 discusses Price reductions "Schedule contractors are not required to pass on to all schedule users a price reduction extended only to an individual ordering activity for a specific order or BPA.
    mmryon
    My belief was that if we offer a lower price to one customer, then we have to justify why we provided to one customer but not the other.And we may have to justify as well during any audit that may come about by this practice. How is this by the IG when...Read More
    daniel pepersack
    You can always sell lower to the Federal Government then you schedule.  It is good practice to note in the file three things:1. Why:  This can be as simple as, "we think that it a very important account (who is GSA to say differently)....Read More
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    fssios3blogger
    FSSI OS3 Industry Day is one week away!   The event will take place Tuesday, August 6 at 26 Federal Plaza, 6th Floor Conference A/B.  Please take a look at the agenda. We look forward to your participation. Any questions about the event, please post your comments here or contact robert.andersen@gsa.gov.  Thanks!
     
    Last Activity: 8/22/2013 3:15 PM
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