As you’ve probably heard, GSA is currently in the process of reviewing industry feedback regarding the reopening of Schedule 75. Late last year, GSA issued an RFI in which responses were due Jan. 17, 2017 to ensure industry feedback was utilized in the final decision making process. GSA anticipates that responses to industry feedback will be posted later this month, February 2017, on FedBizOpps as well as GSA Interact. If you haven’t done so already, be sure to create an account at GSA Interact, join the GSA Schedule 75 Community Group, and register to the Coley blog to continue getting updates.

What will you see with the new solicitation?

  • New enhanced SIN, 75-2XX (actual number will be provided when plans have been finalized). Take a look below as contractors must demonstrate increased requirements for qualification!
  • Combining of SINs 75-200 (Office Products) and 75-210 (Office Services). As of today, GSA’s plans are to keep these SINs closed as the enhanced SIN will include both Office Products and Office Services.

Steps Government Contractors on Schedule 75 need to take:

Important GSA Points of Contact:

Keep in mind that questions may not be answered as the RFI is now closed. General questions/topics can be posted to the GSA Schedule 75 Community Group at the GSA Interact.

Stay tuned!

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Ramiro Delgado

Ramiro Delgado

Ramiro is a Certified Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM) and as a Senior Consultant with Coley Government Contract Services, he help clients with GSA schedule management services. He provides advice and ensures client's GSA contracts are compliant and current.

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