Multiple Award Schedule
K&G – The GSA Specialist
GSA MAS Program: Simplifying Government Procurement
GSA administers the Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Program, offering long-term governmentwide contracts. These contracts grant federal, state, and local government buyers easy access to a wide range of commercial products, services, and solutions, all at pre-negotiated pricing.
The GSA Schedule is thoughtfully structured to align with the 12 large categories established by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under the category management approach, promoting smarter and more efficient government buying practices.
The Schedule is further divided into subcategories and Special Item Numbers (SINs) that are aligned to NAICS codes to simplify the process for buyers and sellers to understand the scope of GSA’s offerings and find what products and services they are looking to buy or offer.
GSA has now consolidated available offerings into twelve (12) large categories including:
- Office Management
- Furniture & Furnishings,
- Human Capital
- Industrial Products and Services
- Information Technology
- Professional Services
- Scientific Management and Solutions
- Security & Protection,
- Transportation and Logistic
Contact K&G to help you take advantage of the new SIN offerings and maximize your exposure on the GSA Schedule. We can help you add SIN’s to your schedule to make sure you don’t miss any opportunities on eBuy.
GSA has now moved into Phase 3 of the MAS Consolidation process. Phase 3 allows for a streamline schedule business strategy and reduced overhead. In addition, a single point of contract with one Procurement Contracting Officer (PCO) will now be assigned for all MAS business.
GSA customers can now get access to contractors’ full site of awarded offerings on one single Schedule. The organization of SINs by large subcategories makes it easier for agencies to find industry partners to meet their missions. In addition, customers can expect continuity for existing orders and Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) during MAS Consolidation.