Considering the GSA Schedule? What You Need to Know


In this presentation:

- A Brief Overview of GSA Schedule

- Terms and Conditions

- Advantages for Government and Industry

- The Most Favored Customer Pricing, Economic Price Adjustments, and the Price Reduction Clause

- Schedule Sales Numbers; Past Performance Requirements; Reporting and Paying the IFF

- Trade Agreement Act Restrictions

- The Small Business Administration’s Rules Regarding the Assignment of NAICS Codes, Performance of Work, and More

- Forming Contractor Teaming Arrangements, Joint Ventures, and BPAs

- Issues to Remember When Novating GSA Schedules, Whether Due to the Formation of Partnership/JV or an Acquisition

- Excerpt from A Brief Overview of GSA Schedule:

- What Is A GSA Schedule?

- A GSA Schedule Is a Catalog of Contractors That Have Been Awarded a Contract by GSA That Can Be Used by All Federal Agencies:

- It Mirrors Commercial Buying Practices

- Past Performance Based Contract

- Facilitates Government Procurement

- Over 10,000,000 Commercial Items and a Multitude of Services Can Be Purchased From Over 15,000 Companies Worldwide

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Topics:  Contractors, Federal Contractors, GSA, NAICS, Small Business, Teaming Agreements, Trade Policy

Published In: Government Contracting Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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