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Temporary Waiver of certain MAS solicitation requirements to support the government’s response to COVID-19

Supporting and responding to the pandemic requires GSA to utilize the full capacity and capability of the federal government. One way for the acquisition community to support such efforts is to look for innovative and creative ways to provide opportunities within the acquisition process that otherwise may not be available.


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Upcoming Refresh/Mass Modification for All GSA Schedules to update implementation of GSAR Case 2016-G506 (OLM Technical Amendment) and FAR Case 2018-010 (Use of Products and Services of Kaspersky Lab)

In November, the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) will refresh all GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) solicitations to add and update clauses and provisions related to the implementation of


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IMPORTANT UPDATE: GSA Discontinues the Formatted Product Tool (FPT)

The General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) has decided to discontinue the Formatted Product Tool (FPT) and will begin reverting contracts that were awarded through the FPT process or opted into FPT via a modification in the next few months.


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Important Update for All Schedules: Incorporating Commercial Supplier Agreements Final Rule

The General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) is planning to refresh all GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) solicitations to incorporate the GSAR final rule 2015-G512 - Unenforceable Commercial Supplier Agreement (


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Draft Mass Modification - FAS Schedule 23V, Refresh #22 - Important Update for GSA Schedules: Upcoming Refresh to Update Service Contract Act Wage Determinations

DISCLAIMER: GSA FAS is posting this notification of a planned solicitation refresh or mass modification as a courtesy to industry. All comments on the attached DRAFT document must be submitted in the "Comments" section below within ten (10) business days of this posting. Comments provided elsewhere or after 10 business days will not be considered. GSA FAS will consider all relevant comments and make changes to the DRAFT as appropriate, but will not issue a formal response to industry comments or related inquiries.


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