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5 Ways to Avoid GSA Schedule Rejection

Rejection of a GSA Schedule contract is common. About half of all offers submitted are rejected. The top 5 common areas for rejection are scope, financial instability, past performance, responsiveness, and pricing.

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GSA Transitions to DocuSign, eOffer and eMod to FAS ID

Effective Monday, November 30, the General Services Administration (GSA) will require contractors to use DocuSign when digitally signing documents in eOffer and eMod. According to GSA, this change, “aligns with GSA’s overall IT modernization efforts to support security and provide a solution that is legally recognized internationally.”For the Vets’ mission is to demonstrate gratitude for retired veterans through community acts of kindness and generosity.

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Multi-Factor Authentication Processes Added to GSA Mass Mod Portal

Starting August 8, 2020, the General Services Administration (GSA) will implement a multi-factor authentication process for government contractors accessing the Mass Mod Portal. This applies to both new and existing users. According to GSA, the change aligns with the agency’s IT modernization efforts to build and maintain a more modern and secure infrastructure for its IT systems.

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Case Study: Construction Firm

A dynamic contracting and construction firm worked with the JetCo Solutions team to pursue government contracts. After several discussions, our team recommended that the client pursue a GSA Schedule for a chance at a wider market and new contract vehicle.

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JetCo Solutions Awarded GSA Schedule

JetCo Solutions was recently awarded a Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) by the General Services Administration (GSA). JetCo Solutions’ services under the GSA Schedule contract fall under the Special Item Number (SIN) 541611, Management and Financial Consulting, Acquisition and Grants Management.

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How to Complete Phase 2 of the MAS Consolidation for GSA

The General Services Administration (GSA) is currently in phase two of its Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) consolidation. The MAS program allows contractors direct access to opportunities not available on the open market. It was created to streamline government purchasing of commercial products and services to leverage the buying power of the federal government in the process.

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