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Wade Prince
<p>I have a 70 Offer ready to go in and noticed the Refresh 31 released last week does not appear to have the 30 day grace period as we&#39;ve seen in the past. Which brings me to my question: the IT Solicitation has changed its pricelist clause from the deviation that it used previously to now match the I-FSS-600 clause that is in all the other Schedules and includes the following statement: &ldquo;WITH THE INCORPORATION OF I-FSS-600, THE PROPOSAL PRICE LIST PREPARATION DOCUMENT IS NOT REQUIRED&rdquo; but the the Terms &amp; Conditions doc still says &ldquo;PLEASE RESPOND TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOUND IN THE PROPOSED PRICE LIST PREPARATION DOCUMENT.&rdquo;</p><p>What do we do?</p>
Stephanie.fultz
<p>Schedule 70 does not provide a 30 day grace period. It states in the Cover Page of Solicitation FCIS-JB-980001-B Refresh #31 &quot;Be advised that any offers using earlier Refresh versions, received 30 days after the release and publication of this Refresh will be automatically rejected and returned to the Offeror.&quot;</p><p>In an MAS Streamlining project, Schedule 70 adopted I-FSS-600 to be consistent with other Schedule programs. It was an editing oversight with the Terms and Conditions in Refresh #31 where the&nbsp;&ldquo;PLEASE RESPOND TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOUND IN THE PROPOSED PRICE LIST PREPARATION DOCUMENT.&rdquo; was not removed. However the Terms and Conditions in Refresh #31 are current and are applicable. The editing oversight will be corrected in Refresh #32.&nbsp;</p><p>If you request further information about the solicitation, please contact Latosha Frink in Schedule 70 at <a href="mailto:latosha.frink@gsa.gov">latosha.frink@gsa.gov</a>.&nbsp;</p>
jladick
<p>I noticed this too. There are usually confilicts relating to the submission - listing the Vendor Response Documetn as required yet this being integrated into E-Offer. But that one&#39;s not a big deal.</p><p>Schedule 70 just doesn;t have a very good ofering of documents on the FBO site - After every submission, there is always 2 or 3 documents that need to be completed, and they were not mentioned anywhere in the SOlification (or elsewhere), and the required templates can only be acquired through having a CO email them to you.&nbsp;</p><p>It would be so much easier for all involved if they put some time into outling the required documents, and offering those docs publicly.</p>
patti reardon
<p>I called GSA about this and also sent an email.&nbsp; To date, no response.&nbsp; I&#39;m working on one now and until I get it clarified I&#39;m just going to submit with a notice stating the conflict.&nbsp; It looks like the Group 70 is trying to do things the same way as the other schedules but still want the incorporation of the t&#39;s and c&#39;s.&nbsp; Below is what I sent to GSA:</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>I just spoke with you a few minutes ago concerning some confusion I was having with the above referenced refresh.&nbsp; Under SCP-FSS-003 General Proposal Submission Instruction (f) it states &ldquo;Offers may be rejected if they do not meet all of the following criteria&rdquo; and under (10) Submit a proposed Authorized Information Technology Schedule General Purpose Commercial Information Technology, Equipment, Software and Services. Guidance for developing the pricelist is attached to the solicitation.&nbsp; I&rsquo;m assuming that this is referring to I FSS &ndash; 600 page 88 of the solicitation that describes the information that must be included in the pricelist, but the beginning of I FSS-600 refers to this being required after award. &nbsp;&nbsp;Also, under the Executive Summary, page 2, it states : The following documents have been added:&nbsp; CRITICAL INFORMATION.. Critical Information is a new document adopted by the MAS Product Solicitation&hellip;.&nbsp; I did not find a document titled Critical Information.&nbsp; I am assuming that based on the description provided in the Executive Summary it is referring to document 12 Schedule 70 Terms Conditions Packet which states at the top &ldquo;For reference only.&nbsp; Do not respond to this document.&rdquo;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>What I am trying to figure out at this point is if GSA has made a major change in the presentation of the GSA Supply Schedule Pricelist.&nbsp; The presentation of the pricelist as outlined in I FSS-600 is significantly different than what has previously been required under the Group 70 program where all the terms and condition listed for the awarded SINs were published in the GSA Pricelist.&nbsp; Also, is it required that the proposed pricelist be submitted with the initial offer as indicated under SCP-FSS-003(f)(10) or provided to the CO for approval after award.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp; I have also worked on other FSS schedules and know that they have always used the IFSS-600 for their schedule pricelists and that these are always submitted after award and not with the original offer.&nbsp; Perhaps the Group 70 is also doing so.&nbsp; I just want to make sure I provide the right information to GSA for the initial submission.</p><p>I also sent to policy.&nbsp; Hopefully they will be issuing a new refresh to clear this up.</p>
Stephanie.fultz
<p><span style="border-collapse: collapse"><font color="#3333ff" face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">Thanks&nbsp;for posting your comment. The information&nbsp;below should help provide some additional information to your question.&nbsp;</font></span></p><p><span style="border-collapse: collapse"><font color="#3333ff" face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">In light of GSA migration to eOffer,&nbsp;at the time of award, the Contractor will be provided instructions for submitting electronic contract data in a prescribed electronic format as required by clause 552.238-71, Submission and Distribution of Authorized FSS Schedule Price Lists.</font></span></p><p><span style="border-collapse: collapse"><font color="#3333ff" face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">In SCP-FSS-003 (Feb 2012) and SCP-FSS-003 (Feb 2012 Alt Dec 2012) Item # f10 it states &quot;Submit a proposed Authorized Information Technology Schedule Pricelist General Purpose Commercial Information Technology, Equipment, Software and Services. Guidance for developing the pricelist is attached to the solicitation.&quot; The guidance is I-FSS-600 clause.</font></span></p><p><span style="border-collapse: collapse"><font color="#3333ff" face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">It was an editing oversight and document title error saved as &quot;Critical Information&quot; and with the Terms and Conditions in Refresh #31 where the&nbsp;&ldquo;PLEASE RESPOND TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOUND IN THE PROPOSED&nbsp;PRICE LIST PREPARATION DOCUMENT.&rdquo; was not removed. However the Terms and Conditions in Refresh #31 are current and are applicable. The editing oversight will be corrected in Refresh #32.</font></span></p><p><span style="border-collapse: collapse"><font color="#3333ff" face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">If you request further information about the solicitation, please contact Latosha Frink in Schedule 70 at <a href="mailto:latosha.frink@gsa.gov">latosha.frink@gsa.gov</a>.&nbsp;</font></span></p><p><br class="Apple-interchange-newline" />&nbsp;</p>
patti reardon
<p>This is a great question and an issue that GSA really needs to address.&nbsp; The problem is that if you cancel and resubmit your offer will go in as new and it may take another year and you will be in the same position that you are in right now.&nbsp; If your offer is locked, you may want to talk to the CO again and ask them to unlock the offer and update the files with new information.&nbsp; Also, at this point a lot of what you submitted originally with your offer such as the Pathway to Success and Open Ratings may be expired and you will have to go in and do them again for a new offer.</p>
OcelcoInc
<p>Yes, the offer is locked, and no changes outside of the POC and Authorized Negotaitor changes are allowed. If I request the item deletions/changes, we run the risk of being placed at the bottom of the queue if I have to cancel due to the quantity of changes that will need to be made, and it could mean another year or more of patience. Hopefully, Open Ratings, Pathways, and LOS&#39;s will be valid at the time of review.</p>
OcelcoInc
<p>Is there a reasonable amount of time lapse between a proposal submission and a response from the ACO? We submitted last February, and outside of the initial receipt of offer, there has been no communication originating from the contracting officer. I contacted the the ACO twice, and the responses I received was the , &quot;I will contact you if I need further information&quot; reponse. My biggest concern is that most of the items submitted have now been discontinued by the manufacturer, and this will have been a complete waste of time and resources. So I guess this is actually a two-fold question; how long do we wait, and secondly, should we continue to wait knowing there would have to be immmediate mods, or cancel and re-submit with the replacement items?</p>
BConnell
<p>I see on GSA&#39;s Eligible Users list (ADM 4800) that NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization)&nbsp;can purchase from GSA schedules. Can NATO <u>member countries</u> purchase from the schedules as well? Thank you.</p>
patti reardon
<p>No, the organization can use the GSA schedule but this is not mean that the countries who fall under NATO can use the GSA schedule contract.</p>
paulylock
<p>Do you have to be on GSA Schedule to reciece a BPA ?</p>
patti reardon
<p>No,&nbsp;you don&#39;t need to have a GSA schedule to get a BPA.&nbsp; Take a look at FAR 13.303 under Simplified Purchase Procedures.&nbsp; Although agencies frequently issue BPA&#39;s against GSA schedule contracts and may require a vendor to have a GSA schedule, they can do BPA&#39;s outside of GSA schedule contracts.</p>
MAS Blogger
<p>Thanks for your clarification. <em>GSA BPAs</em> have to have GSA Schedule holders. BPAs outside the Schedules program can contain non-Schedule companies.</p>
MAS Blogger
<p>The BPA vendor must have a GSA Schedule contract. A GSA Schedule BPA is an agreement established by a customer with a GSA Schedule contractor to fill repetitive needs for supplies or services (FAR 8.405-3). It simplifies the filling of recurring needs, while leveraging a customer&#39;s buying power by taking advantage of quantity discounts, saving administrative time, and reducing paperwork. More info on BPAs here:&nbsp;<a href="http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/100643">http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/100643</a></p>
ccampo@dmjassoc.com
<p>Does anyone know for certain if I can submit my pathway to success certificate showing the name costantino if now changing name to Campo? I would like to speak to someone about this in detail. I had sent emails to any of the my direct communications with govt agencies knowing me as Costantino and I want them to know Im Campo.</p><p>I want to be sure that I can submit that certificate under Costantino along with anything else under Campo when submitting for MAS approval/review that it will be OK? Or do I have to retake the Pathway to Success Training to obtain new certificate?</p>
SDVOSB_Material...
<p>I am a schedule 56 contractor currently adding more products to contract. Does anyone know how products with optional accessories appear to the customer on Advantage? The products that I&#39;m adding to contract have a degree of customization so I am trying to decide whether I should submit them as products with accessories or just submit each configuration as a seperate product. Looking on Advantage myself, I could not fine any products that have optional accessories.</p>
mspalding
<p>Take a look at <strong>Mfr Part No: </strong>ADSL2+M on GSA Advantage - this is one way to do it.</p><p>Michael</p>
MAS Blogger
<p><span style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Vendors can submit multiple options for a product and the <a href="https://vsc.gsa.gov/">Vendor Support Center (VSC)</a> can show you how and what they will look like in GSA Advantage.</span></p>
SDVOSB_Material...
<p>I phoned the VSC this morning and a nice lady told me to search for &quot;boats&quot; on Advantage which is a great example for a product that has many options/accessories. I can now see in my head how my products will look in this format.</p>
ralphr500
<p>If a GSA contractor received a purchase order through GSA Advantage and you cannot honor the published GSA price, can you inform the buyer of this and offer them the option to buy that very same item open market and not through the GSA contract?</p>
Steve Sizemore
<p>The GSA contractor should always honor the price listed in GSA Advantage. &nbsp;It is a contractor responsibility to keep Advantage current and up to date. &nbsp;If the contractor has a new price list approved by GSA they should immediately upload it into Advantage through the SIP program. &nbsp;</p>
patti reardon
<p>Steve is correct, you are required by the contract to deliver at the prices listed in the contract.&nbsp; It&#39;s important to keep your contract up to date since failure to deliver is cause of an agency to find you in default under the contract.&nbsp; The problem gets to be when there is a large lag time in getting modifications processed at GSA.&nbsp; If that is the issue, you may need to speak with your CO or a level above them to get the issue solved.</p>
1supplyx
<p>&nbsp;</p><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Info below relates to &quot;what sales&quot; should we base our IFF (.75%) payment on (contract sales to the federal government):</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">&nbsp;</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;"><b>Scenario</b>: A company has a Schedule 75 GSA contract and thus has to pay the IFF fee quarterly. &nbsp;90% of orders come from GSAadvantage.gov or from GSA quotes to gov customers that ultimately convert into orders. &nbsp;This company pays the IFF on all of these orders. &nbsp;The remaining 10% require more thought. &nbsp;These orders are purchased from commercial websites which have higher prices (commercial prices)&nbsp;than products on GSA contract. &nbsp;So, occasionally federal government customers end up buying at commercial prices on our commercial websites. &nbsp;That said, is the company responsible for paying the IFF on these orders?&nbsp;</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">&nbsp;</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">GSA has stated that the government purchaser notes the contract number on their purchase order (when they choose to note it). &nbsp;The problem with this is how do you know when they include your contract number on their PO when you never get to see it because it&#39;s an online order. &nbsp;Our websites clearly state the prices listed are commercial only and not GSA contracted prices. &nbsp;</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">&nbsp;</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;"><a href="http://www.acquisition.gov/gsam/current/html/Part552_Sub2B.html#wp1884876" style="color: rgb(17, 85, 204);" target="_blank">FAR 552.238-74 (a)(3)</a>&nbsp;says</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;"><span style="font-family: Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 11.666666030883789px; text-indent: 32px; background-color: rgb(192, 192, 192);">(3)&nbsp;Reportable sales under the contract are those resulting from sales of contract items to authorized users unless the purchase was conducted pursuant to a separate contracting authority such as a Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC); a separately awarded FAR&nbsp;Part&nbsp;12, FAR&nbsp;Part&nbsp;13, FAR&nbsp;Part&nbsp;14, or FAR&nbsp;Part&nbsp;15 procurement; or a non-FAR&nbsp;contract. Sales made to state and local governments under Cooperative Purchasing authority shall be counted as reportable sales for IFF purposes.</span></div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">&nbsp;</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">In my opinion this language is vague and doesn&#39;t provide enough detail to make a well supported decision. &nbsp;</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">&nbsp;</div><div style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Any thoughts out there on this?</div>
steve_charles@i...
<p>Kudos to you for including the clause and taking it seriously!</p><p>In business, we need to be able to define processes and worflows that leave nothing to chance or interpretation.&nbsp; Our processes, workflows and data&nbsp;must be auditable.&nbsp; Human intervention or interpretation should not be required once the process is established, otherwise we run the risk of creating liability for the company.&nbsp; We cannot build such systems on vagueness, so in the interest of creating clarity, I offer my interpretation on this very important requirement of the GSA Multiple Award Schedule contract.</p><p>You rightly point out the sentence in the GSAR clause that feels vague.&nbsp; Here it is again:</p><p><em>(3) Reportable sales under the contract are those resulting from sales of contract items to authorized users unless the purchase was conducted pursuant to a separate contracting authority such as a Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC); a separately awarded FAR Part 12, FAR Part 13, FAR Part 14, or FAR Part 15 procurement; or a non-FAR contract. Sales made to state and local governments under Cooperative Purchasing authority shall be counted as reportable sales for IFF purposes.</em></p><p>My interpretation is that orders referencing a schedule contract number are schedule contract orders against that contract; and those that don&#39;t, aren&#39;t.&nbsp; This includes orders from state and local governments.&nbsp; Any other interpretation leads to ambiguity and we can&#39;t build auditable business systems on ambiguity!</p><p>You describe&nbsp;a scenario where electronic orders are placed via a system that is commercial, clearly not based on a schedule contract.&nbsp;&nbsp;Again, these are not schedule contract orders because they were not placed &quot;under the contract&quot; unlike electronic orders placed via GSA<em>Advantage!</em>&nbsp; To your point, I have seen situations where ordering agency buyers were later audited and their contract files were not clear so they simply said they thought the purchase was made via &quot;GSA&quot; when in fact, a contract was never cited, and false accusations were made against the contractor.&nbsp; We all need to insist that ordering activities bear reponsibility for following the rules too.&nbsp;</p><p>Here&#39;s something you didn&#39;t mention: I have seen some contractors offer GSA Schedule contract pricing as their default&nbsp;government pricing without knowledge of which contracting method or type may be used in the actual procurement.&nbsp;They provide this pricing thinking it is the honorable thing to do.&nbsp; Be careful!&nbsp; Schedule contract pricing is premised on a negotiated &quot;basis of award&quot; pricing relationship and then the&nbsp;IFF is added to create the catalog price.&nbsp; Thus when you quote GSA Schedule catalog pricing&nbsp;outside of the contract, and the government buyer then uses another contracting method or vehicle but pays the full GSA Schedule catalog price, GSA can make the argument that the government paid the IFF and that you therefore owe it to GSA.&nbsp; Takeaway: to avoid this potential argument, open market price quotes&nbsp;should be markedly higher than GSA pricing, or GSA less IFF, but never actual GSA catalog, as counterintuitive as that may seem.&nbsp;</p><p>Like everything in government contracting: adopt a policy that takes all the rules into account, build auditable systems and stick to them.&nbsp;Communicate clearly your intentions, rationale and process to both the PCO and the ACO.&nbsp; Anything less can create ambiguity which breeds mistrust leading to potential allegations of wrongdoing.</p>
patti reardon
<p>This gets to be a complicated issue and you should talk to your GSA ACO about it since they will be the ones responsible for auditing your IFF reporting and payments.&nbsp; If you treat it as GSA, you are in violation of the contract since you are charging higher than the schedule price, but it is a federal government order.&nbsp; Also, I have seen where auditors want the sale reported as GSA even when the GSA schedule number is not listed on the order.&nbsp; Best bet is to address the issue with the ACO.&nbsp; Not a great answer but I hope it helps.</p>
Christine Donovan
<p>What role does the Ordering Activity have with ensuring FSS vendor compliance with the FAR 52.222-43 Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act - Price Adjustment (Multiple year and Option Contracts)?</p><p>Do we include &nbsp;a copy of the current/applicable DOL wage determination when we issue the &nbsp;RFQ package?</p><p>When exercising a BPA option, do we provide an escalation in the BPA prices in accordance with FAR 52.222-43?</p>
Steve Sizemore
<p>&nbsp;</p><p>SCA &nbsp;language is contained within the GSA Schedule solicitations with rules and instructions on how the SCA applies. The solicitations may be viewed by going to <a href="http://www.gsa.gov/schedulesolicitations">www.gsa.gov/schedulesolicitations</a>.&nbsp; For more specific information on a particular contract, it is recommended that you contact the GSA contracting officer.&nbsp; This information can be found at <a href="http://www.gsaelibrary.gsa.gov">www.gsaelibrary.gsa.gov</a> and searching for the contractor by name or contract number.&nbsp; The GSA contracting officer will be listed on &ldquo;contract detail&rdquo; page.</p><p>Solicitation language:</p><p><em>(16) Service Contract Act: Applicable to this-solicitation (Service Contract Act 52.222-41, and</em></p><p><em>related clauses 52.222-42, 52.222-43, and 52.222-49).</em></p><p><em>(i) The Service Contract Act (SCA) applies to all nonprofessional services to be provided under this schedule except for any pricing offered for service outside of the United States. The SINs to which the SCA applies are identified elsewhere in the solicitation. The SCA index of applicable wage determinations for this solicitation and resultant contract are shown in FedBizOpps document &quot;SCA Index of Wage Determinations.&quot; The full text version of each wage determination can be viewed at www.wdol.gov. Some of the proposed labor categories may be subject to the SCA (usually nonprofessional categories). As such, it is important that the offeror verifies that its proposed base rates and fringe benefit rates for these labor categories meet or exceed the SCA wage determination rates and fringe benefits for the areas where the offeror expects to perform the majority of work under the contract.</em></p><p><em>(ii) A contract must meet only the base rate and fringe benefit rate requirements in the SCA Wage Determination (WD) Revision Number currently incorporated into the GSA Contract. The WD Revision Number in the GSA contract takes precedence over any WD Revision Number an agency incorporates into an RFQ at the Task Order Level. Contractor cannot increase its GSA contract prices at the Task Order Level as a result of accepting a WD Revision Number at the Task Order Level that differs from the WD Revision Number currently incorporated to the Contractor&#39;s GSA contract. </em></p><p><em>(iii) Identify the SCA wage determination(s), including determination number, revision date, state and counties that were used to determine that the rates offered are in compliance. The revision numbers of the wage determinations listed in the solicitation index of wage determinations should be used in the comparisons.</em></p><p><em>&nbsp;(iv) The following paragraph is meant to be instructive and NOT to be copied as part of the proposed GSA price list. For all the identified SCA eligible labor categories, map the SCA equivalent labor category title (titles/descriptions available at http://www.wdol.gov. Click on the &quot;library&quot; link, then download the SCA Directory of Occupations, 5thEdition). Also identify the WD# that the labor categories in your offer are predicated on. Note that the applicable revision number for any Wage Determination number is the revision number identified in the solicitation index of wage determinations.</em></p><p><em>&nbsp;(vi) Insert the following language below the above SCA matrix and insert both (matrix and language) at the end of the proposed GSA price list. &quot;The Service Contract Act (SCA) is applicable to this contract and it includes SCA applicable labor categories. The prices for the indicated (**) SCA labor categories are based on the U.S. Department of Labor Wage Determination Number(s) identified in the SCA matrix. The prices offered are based on the preponderance of where work is performed and should the contractor perform in an area with lower SCA rates, resulting in lower wages being paid, the task order prices will be discounted accordingly.&quot;</em></p><p><em>(vii) (A) There are three methods for determining price adjustments of Service Contract Act (SCA) eligible labor categories ONLY. The offeror will be required to select one method for the life of the contract. </em></p><p><em>(1) Method 1: Price Adjustment for the base contract period and all options exercised shall be in accordance with clause 52.222-43, Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act Price Adjustment (Multiple Year and Option Contracts). When a modification is issued to all contract holders incorporating a revised index of wage determinations, contractors shall notify the Contracting Officer of any increase/decrease claimed under clause 52.222-43 within 30 calendar days after receipt of the modification.</em></p><p><em>(2) Method 2: An escalation method is negotiated prior to award in accordance with the clause I-FSS-969,Economic Price Adjustment FSS Multiple Award Schedule, utilizing any of the methods available in the solicitation under that clause. </em></p><p><em>(3) Method 3: When the offered prices are based upon a commercial price list, then only revisions in the commercial price list will enable the contractor to revise prices. They will only be allowed increases in accordance with clause 552.216-70, Economic Price Adjustment FSS Multiple Award Schedule Contracts.</em></p><p><em>(B) Regardless of the method used ,contractor must ensure that within 30 calendar days after the effective date of any modification to revise pricing based on changes in the applicable wage determination(s), the electronic catalog is updated on GSA Advantage!&reg;.</em></p>
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