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GSA Launches Final Phase of MAS Consolidation
On August 1, 2020, GSA began Phase 3 of Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Consolidation. This requires all current contractors with more than one contract to consolidate their offerings down to one contract per unique entity identifier (UEI), e.g. Data Universal Numbers System (DUNS) number. Read the press release and Interact post for all the details.
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The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has consolidated the Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) program from 24 separate legacy Schedules into one single Schedule for products and services.
GSA's new single Schedule solicitation features a simplified format with streamlined terms and conditions, new large categories and subcategories, and updated Special Item Numbers (SINs) that will make it easier for contractors to offer, and agencies to buy, products, services, and solutions.
As part of the MAS Consolidation initiative, several changes are being incorporated into GSA eBuy beginning August 1, 2020:
GSA legacy Schedules will no longer be displayed in GSA eBuy. Buyers will no longer be able to search for, select, or submit an RFQ under GSA legacy Schedules (i.e. 00CORP, 51V, 75, 70, etc.).
Contractors that have not accepted the MAS Consolidation Mass Mod (A812) by July 31, 2020 will be subject to: Suspension of the ability to view or respond to any new opportunities in eBuy. However, Schedule contractors will still have access to RFQ opportunities created prior to 8/1/2020. Note - once a contractor signs the MAS Consolidation Mass Mod (A812), full access to GSA eBuy will be restored.
New Complementary SINs functionality. During the creation of an RFQ, buyers will now have the ability to select one or more of the following Complementary SINs: ANCILLARY, ANCRA, OLM, 238910. Selection of these SINs will allow offerors to include these items on their quote, but will not expand the contractor pool that has access to view the opportunity.
The following question will appear for each new RFQ being created:
Would you like to allow contractors to offer supplies and/or services under one or more of the following Complementary SINs under this RFQ?
YES, please include the following Complementary SINs.
Note: The selection of Complementary SINs is based on the Categories and SINs chosen for this RFQ. The addition of a Complementary SIN to an RFQ will not expand/reduce the pool of contractors that have visibility to this opportunity, but it will notify the contractor that supplies and services they offer under these Complementary SINs are allowed in response to this RFQ.
For more information on these SINs, please view the 'Miscellaneous' Category Attachment to the MAS Solicitation 47QSMD20R0001, which can be found here.
The decision selected by the buyer will be recorded with the RFQ and displayed in the RFQ for contractors.
If you have any questions, please reach out to the Multiple Award Schedule Program Management Office (MAS PMO) at email@example.com.