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Ever wonder WHEN the FSS Contract was awarded so you know how many options are left?

You can tell by the last letter(s) in the contract number.   Thanks to Maureen Duckworth for sharing this sheet, I am passing it on. I am sure others wonder the same thing when looking at FSS contracts on www.gsaelibrary.gsa.gov  as E-library does not show how many options are left in the FSS contract.   

How to Determine the Age of a Contract

Written for Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) Region 10 (Updated August 10, 2016).

 

GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contracts are awarded a 5 year base period with 3 option periods of 5 years each (base plus options = 20 years). 

Each contract is given a unique number at time of award.

1. All start with GS-.

2. The middle section of the contract number identifies where the contract was originally written. Now all the contracts are consolidated into the GSA, Region 10 Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) in Auburn Washington. The middle section of contracts can consist of 23F, 02F, 07F, 00F or 10F.  This designation no longer designates a location and is simply left over from earlier offices. 

3. The last section of the contract number starts with a four digit number (up to and including 2012) or a 3 digit number (starting in 2013).  Numbers are given in the order the contract is awarded (0001 or 001) is the first of that year.

4. The final letter(s), of the contract number, designate the fiscal year i.e., "H" denotes 1998, "CA" denotes 2015, "DA" denotes 2016, etc. 

 

Last 5 digits in contract #

Fiscal Year Awarded

####H

1998

####I

SKIPPED

####J

1999

####K

2000

####L

2001

####M

2002

####N

2003

####O

SKIPPED

####P

2004

####Q

SKIPPED

####R

2005

 ####S

2006

####T

2007

####U

2008

####V

2009

####W

2010

####X

2011

####Y

2012

####Z

SKIPPED

###AA

2013

###BA

2014

###CA

2015

###DA

2016

###EA

2017

 

 

 

 

  

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