New Contractor Orientation
The New Contractor Orientation is an introduction to the Schedules program for new recipients of the Multiple Award Schedules contracts.
Pathways to Success
The Pathways to Success Webinar is a course designed to help vendors decide whether the Schedules solicitation process is a good match for their company, while providing tips on offer submission and marketing to the government after contract award. This webinar is also required in all Multiple Award Schedule Contract Solicitations. You will be redirected to a ".com" website and asked to register.
Acronyms and Abbreviations
A list of helpful abbreviations used by GSA and government contracting officials.
The purpose of this Order is to provide definitions and listings of agencies and organizations authorized to use GSA sources of supply and services. It also provides definitive guidelines concerning eligibility requirements.
Steps to Success
The Steps to Success is a valuable document that covers a wide range of contract issues to ensure that vendors have the knowledge and tools to become a successful GSA Multiple Award Schedule contractor.
MAS Desk Reference
This document is designed and targeted towards procurement officials within Federal agencies, outlining the requirements of FAR 8.4, Federal Supply Schedules. This document describes how an eligible ordering activity can purchase goods and services from MAS contractors by utilizing the procedures set forth in FAR 8.4.
Modifications / eMod
This webpage includes many good resources related to making modifications to your contract, as well as using the eMod system.
Interact is an open, collaborative community for connecting, communicating, learning, and engaging across GSA topics. There are many great groups within GSA Interact. Below are just a sample of the many groups available.
Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs)
Congress created the Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAP) to help businesses seeking to compete successfully in federal, state and local government contracting. Funded through Cooperative agreements between DoD and state/local entities, 94 PTACs provide a range of expert services/training at little or no charge.
Upcoming Events and Live Training
This website provides a look at upcoming live training and events offered by GSA. Topics of training vary, much of which is relevant to vendors. Formats include in-person as well as online training.
GSA has created the following materials and information to help you learn more about the process and requirements and help make sure you have the best chance of success. The Vendor Toolbox contains some important facts, figures, and market research exercises that can be beneficial to potential GSA contractors and long-term GSA Contractors alike.