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Tuesday Insight – March 31, 2020

Who or What Is an “Essential” Business or Service That May Be Exempt from Shelter in Place or Stay at Home Orders? - In response to the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States, all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia have adopted certain measures...

Tuesday Insight – March 24, 2020

Agencies initiate emergency acquisition authorities - At least four agencies have implemented emergency acquisition authorities to make it easier to award contracts to support coronavirus relief efforts. The General Services Administration, the Department of Veterans...

GSA’s Contractor Assessments

GSA’s Contractor Assessments  As GSA contractor you can expect a review or “assessment” by a GSA official of the performance of your contract to ensure that the contractual requirements have been met. The official is an “Industrial Operations Analyst” and GSA has a...

MAS Modification Final Guidance

On March 6, 2020 announced that the MAS Modification Guidance was final and ready for use by contractors that have accepted the MAS Consolidation Mass Mod. MAS Modification Guidance RFI Findings The final MAS Modification Guidance was put together with industry’s...

Understanding the Challenges of GSA Schedule Contracts

GSA Schedule Business is Big Business Hundreds of companies make millions of dollars every year providing their services and products to the government through a General Services Administration (GSA) or Veterans Affairs (VA) multiple-award schedule contract. Some of...

Tuesday Insight – March 17, 2020

The Gormley Group Welcomes Robin Bourne! - On March 1, 2020 Robin Bourne joined The Gormley Group as a Subject Matter Expert, Federal Acquisition.  Robin comes to The Gormley Group with both government and industry experience working with the Schedules Program.  He...

Tuesday Insight – March 3, 2020

Understanding your GSA Customer needs is key to your success in the Government Marketplace - Receiving a GSA Schedule contract is an important step towards making government sales, but it does not guarantee success. When government customers look to make purchases,...

Tuesday Insight – February 25, 2020

GSA’s Contractor Assessments - As GSA contractor you can expect a review or “assessment” by a GSA official of the performance of your contract to ensure that the contractual requirements have been met.  These assessments are serious matters, and you should contact...

Seven Tips About the GSA MAS Schedule

The U.S. Government is the largest consumer in the country, spending approximately $650 Billion each fiscal year on contracts. The government can be a reliable source of business in nearly any type of economy.  The catch? It’s a highly complex market. Doing business...

Understanding Challenges of GSA MAS Schedule

GSA Schedule Business is Big Business Hundreds of companies make millions of dollars every year providing their services and products to the government through a General Services Administration (GSA) or Veterans Affairs (VA) multiple-award schedule contract.  Some of...

What does the GSA Schedule Consolidation Mean for Your Company?

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