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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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Order-Level Materials have Arrived on Schedules

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has issued a final General Services Acquisition Regulation (GSAR) rule to incorporate Order Level Materials (OLMs) into the Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program. This rule will make it easier for customer agencies to buy, and industry partners to provide, complete procurement solutions through the MAS program while ensuring excellent value.

What are OLMs?

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IMPORTANT UPDATE: GSA Publishes GSAR Final Rule for Commercial Supplier Agreements (CSAs) on Federal Register

Today, the General Services Administration (GSA) published a final rule to amend the General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR) to address common Commercial Supplier Agreement terms that are inconsistent with, or create ambiguity with, Federal Law. The rule addresses these common unenforceable terms within GSA deviated Commercial Items Clause 552.212-4.


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Important SIN Changes Planned for MAS 51V Hardware Superstore

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Purpose of Planned Action

The General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) is planning a refresh and corresponding mass modification of 51V Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) to incorporate SIN Enhancements and SIN Consolidations.  The upcoming 51V Schedule refresh and mass modification is tentatively planned for January 2018.   

Summary of Planned Changes

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Important SIN Changes Planned for MAS 736 Temporary and Administrative Professional Staffing

GSA Region 2 intends to streamline Multiple Award Schedule 736 (TEMP HELP) by consolidating the current SIN offerings into TWO (2) primary SINs. One SIN will have a pricing model based upon Wage Grade Service Contract Acts rates; the second SIN will have a pricing model based upon Professional Labor Rates.  The scope is enhanced to include ALL DOL Wage Grade Occupations defined by 25 SCA Categories in the Fifth Edition of the SCA Directory of Occupations.

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