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Are You a Schedule Contractor Selling Products? Learn about DOD’s FedMall Program

FedMall, developed by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), is a web-based ordering platform similar to GSA Advantage that is designed to streamline acquisition purchases for the Department of Defense (DoD) and other authorized buyers. Contractors participating in FedMall can sell awarded, commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) items and other products to federal, state, and local DoD buyers. 

 

This includes AbilityOne items, if the contractor is an authorized AbilityOne distributor. Please note: FedMall does not include services. 

 

Interested in participating?

 

In order to participate in FedMall, DLA requires contractors to have the following:

 

  • An active System for Award Management (SAM) registration
  • A Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code 
  • A valid DoD authentication certificate (e.g., Common Access Card (CAC), Personal Identity Verification (PIV) card, or a soft certificate) 
  • A long-term government contract (e.g., a Long Term Agreement (LTA), Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA), FSS program contract, or DLA contract)

 

Interested contractors must email their GSA contracting officer (CO) to request assistance loading their contract into the DoD-owned Electronic Document Access (EDA) system. EDA is a web-based system that provides secure online access, storage, and retrieval of contracts, contract modifications, and other relevant contract documents to authorized users throughout DoD (see DFARS 204.270). 

 

As part of this process, a designated authorized negotiator must email their Schedule CO the following information: 

 

  • Company name
  • Contract number
  • Number of products for initial hosting on FedMall (or an indication that the entire catalog will be included)
  • Authorized individual’s name, title, and phone number 

 

Reporting FedMall Sales

 

Contractors are required to report sales and remit IFF for Schedule products sold via FedMall, just as they would for any other Schedule sale. FedMall sales of Schedule products are treated no differently than sales earned via GSA Advantage or from orders placed directly by an ordering activity.  

 

Have Questions?

 

Reach out to your Schedule CO to discuss, or leave a comment on this Interact post.

 

Thank you for your continued partnership.

 
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