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We carry out the MAS program, also called schedules or Federal Supply Schedule, where federal, state, local, tribal governments, and other eligible buyers get commercial products, services, and other solutions at good prices.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has delegated authority from us [PDF – 1 MB] to carry out a similar program for medical products and services.
We give federal, state, and local government buyers access to millions of commercial products and services while saving you time and money. Our program features regulatory compliance, fair and reasonable prices, Tier 2 spending, and vast supplies and services. Get help with your MAS buying.
Learn how to submit an offer to GSA to become a MAS contractor, so you can sell commercial products, services, and solutions at pre-negotiated prices. Get the information you need to stay in compliance after you have a contract. We give you a direct link to federal government contracts. Get help with a MAS contract to sell products and services.
Facilities
Furniture and furnishings
Human capital
Industrial products and services
Information technology
Miscellaneous
Office management
Professional services
Scientific management and solutions
Security and protection
Transportation and logistics services
Travel
Use the table below to find the special item number that best fits your offering or need.
The SIN look-up table below replaced the former “available offerings” spreadsheet, which is available with the solicitation .
You can get the lists of SINs eligible for cooperative purchasing, transactional data reporting, and order-level materials.
Use the Filter table box (at the top right corner of the table) to search for specific terms. Click on a column header once to sort in ascending order (A to Z) or twice to sort in descending order (Z to A).
Links on each SIN point to the corresponding eLibrary information. The Resources column shows SIN-specific resources, including templates and attachments. Offerors can get a complete list of required templates and attachments for all MAS offers in the solicitation. All links in the resources column open in a new window.
Does not include any products that could be included under the audio visual products category.
Customized coding and indexing options are also available as part of the document conversion process.
Email [email protected] to get more help.
Services, products and solutions include, but are not limited to eDiscovery, FOIA requests, legal hold, document acquisition, document preparation and organization, data extraction from forensic images, document analysis, technical support, and project management.
Also includes single or multiple shift production operations, consumable supplies (paper and transparencies are usually not included), on-going equipment maintenance, and customized agency reports.
Types of documents include hard copy media, electronic media, and optical mass storage media. Destruction techniques may include, but are not limited to, shredding, pulverization, disintegration, and incineration.
Includes directly related attachments, supplies, and accessories.
Also includes the cost of labor, transportation, and replacement or spare parts (excluding consumable operating supplies).
Services include, but are not limited to, pre-move planning, relocation plan designing, reorganizing, and related ancillary supplies such as packing materials.
Tasks include, but are not limited to network management, security, hotlines, and database or software maintenance.
Products may include digital recorders, microphones, and sound cards. Units are available in standard, mini, and micro cassette configurations.
Available security solutions include anti-theft software tracking systems, the ability to manage a PC from a network location, switch for computer case, motion sensors, and all directly related conventional and biometric products.
Toner cartridges are the only remanufactured item allowable under this SIN.
Office products include, but are not limited to items such as pens, pencils, markers, xerographic paper, printer paper, fax paper, 3D printing filaments and resins, binders, tape, envelopes, shredders, helical-scan, longitudinally oriented video tapes, video cassettes, reel to reel audio tapes, blank endless loop audio cartridge tapes, magnetic tape audio recording cassette, computer tape, reel, cartridge, cassette, diskettes, disk packs, disk cartridges, anti-glare/anti-radiation screens, ergonomic workstations products, cleaning equipment and supplies (head cleaners, disk drive cleaners, monitor cleaners, toner wipes, mini-vacuums) optical disks, CD-ROMS, DVD-ROMS, flash drives, external hard drives, physical storage, security, protective and related ADP supplies, and toner cartridges.
Toner cartridge offerors must provide arrangements for empty toner cartridges to be returned from customers.
Offerors need to:
Office products include, but are not limited to items such as pens, pencils, markers, xerographic paper, printer paper, fax paper, 3D printing filaments and resins, binders, tape, envelopes, shredders, helical-scan, longitudinally oriented video tapes, video cassettes, reel to reel audio tapes, blank endless loop audio cartridge tapes, magnetic tape audio recording cassette, computer tape, reel, cartridge, cassette, diskettes, disk packs, disk cartridges, anti-glare/anti-radiation screens (VDT), ergonomic workstations products, cleaning equipment and supplies (head cleaners, disk drive cleaners, monitor cleaners, toner wipes, mini-vacuums, etc.) optical disks, CD-ROMS, DVD-ROMS, flash drives, external hard drives, physical storage, security, protective and related ADP supplies, and toner cartridges.
Items located in stores under SIN 339940svc office supply support services must also be on 339940 office products or 339940os4 office products and supplies, and/or 339940over os4 overseas office products and supplies.
Equipment may include all classes and sizes of 3D Printers, laser imaging devices, post processing devices and ancillary accessories and software to produce functional items.
Technical services include but are not limited to 3D printing and laser imaging to produce a digital file used to generate functional prototype images and printed objects.
Customer decides required copier capabilities and pays a fixed monthly fee based on the guaranteed minimum number of copies per month.
The customer pays a flat-rate monthly fee, regardless of the number of copies made each month.
The rental rate includes full-maintenance service (repairs, adjustments, replacements) by authorized service technicians, at no additional cost to the customer. Rental rates do not usually include the cost of consumable supplies.
Ownership of the asset remains with the lessor.
This includes laboratory imaging systems, mailroom equipment, typewriters, and darkroom equipment and supplies.
When the lease period ends and all charges are paid, the leased equipment and its titles are immediately transferred from the contractor to the federal customer.
Services may include the creation of a business plan solution that incorporates recommendations for each existing piece of equipment (including removal, retirement, recycling, and disposal).
The vendor provides professional management and administrative support personnel with the necessary skills to perform effective record management services for both classified and/or unclassified records.
The services are provided using either government or vendor equipment and facilities or a combination of both.
The objective of electronic records management services is to permit the access, maintenance, control, storage, disposition, and transfer of electronic records.
Contractors and offerors must reference the specific Elements of ERM solutions and their corresponding requirements/standards [XLSX – 186 KB] that NARA establishes and administers in order to complete your vendor certification for ERM solutions form [DOCX – 19 KB]. You must complete this form to self-certify that you are capable of meeting the standards associated with your selected Elements.
Buyers can review contractors’ self certifications including in each contractor’s price list on eLibrary to identify capable contractors for your requirement.
Inherently governmental services as identified in FAR 7.503 or by the ordering agency are prohibited. It is the responsibility of the Contracting Officer placing the order to make this determination.
Ordering activities must require prospective contractors to identify potential conflicts of interest and address those, prior to task order award.
Firms may provide computer software intended for BIS use and customization of reports.
This includes reuse assessments and inventory, destruction, inventory transfer, and/or disposal after compliance with GSA Office of Personal Property Management requirements outlined in Federal Management Regulations 101-42, 102-36, and 102-37 (as applicable).
Examples of types of material waste services include, but are not limited to, solid waste, industrial waste, mining waste, and oilfield waste (e.g., drill cuttings); liquid waste (e.g., wastewater containing less than 1% solids); medical waste; pharmaceutical waste; excess inventory; surplus inventory; non-hazardous materials that pose no immediate threat to human health and the environment, excluding household waste (e.g., routine refuse collection and disposal); hazardous materials and/or those that contain leachable toxic components; plastics such as acrylic, nylon, high-density polyethylene and low-density polyethylene; confiscated materials; construction debris such as asphalt, drywall and/or metal.
Offerors must follow special requirements for electronic recycling and e-waste disposal services [PDF – 406 KB].
Reclamation services include creating new land from sea or riverbeds, wetland restoration, and restoring areas to a more natural state (e.g., after pollution, desertification, or salinization, or conditions associated with climate change have made it unusable).
Remediation services encompassing three or more industries/NAICS codes, where the preponderance of work is at least 50% under NAICS 562910, should be solicited and performed under SIN 562910RMI.
Services offered under this SIN shall not include any remediation/transportation/disposal of radioactive waste, asbestos and/or paint abatement, radon mitigation, or construction and architect-engineering services as set forth in FAR Part 36 (including construction, alteration or repair of buildings, structures, or other real property).
The procurement must be composed of activities in three or more separate industries associated with separate NAICS codes. These activities may include but are not limited to, engineering services, management consulting services, hazardous and other waste collection, remediation services, testing laboratories, and research and development in the physical, engineering, and life sciences.
At least 50% of the work must be for remediation services and not work under other industries.
Services offered under this SIN shall not include any remediation, transportation, or disposal of radioactive waste, asbestos, and/or paint abatement, radon mitigation, or construction and architect-engineering services as set forth in FAR Part 36 (including construction, alteration or repair of buildings, structures, or other real property).
Multi-disciplined staff of scientists, engineers, and other technicians with expertise in areas, such as air and water quality, asbestos contamination, remediation, ecological restoration, and environmental law such as planning and documentation services for the development, planning, facilitation, coordination, and documentation of and/or for environmental initiatives (or mandates such as Executive Order 13693 in areas of chemical, radiological, and/or hazardous materials; ISO 14001 environmental management system and sustainable performance measure development; environmental assessment and environmental impact statement preparation under the National Environmental Policy Act.
Makes specific recommendations as to the best execution. Conducts a sale or other disposition vehicle. Provides marketing expertise, budget, and credit reform analyses.
Perform an independent assessment of an audited entity’s financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles, financial information, adherence to financial compliance requirements and internal controls, or organization or program performance to identify areas for improvement.
Perform an independent assessment of an audited entity’s financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles, financial information, adherence to financial compliance requirements and internal controls, or organization or program performance to identify areas for improvement.
Inherently Governmental services as identified in the Federal Acquisition Regulation 7.503 or by the ordering agency are prohibited under this SIN. It is the responsibility of the Contracting Officer placing the order to make this determination.
These establishments may use data processing and tabulating techniques as part of providing their services.
Ancillary support services may include providing customer service education and outreach, project and program management, compliance and dispute resolution support, provider outreach, and data reporting support, benefit design, prescription drug formulary, enrollment assistance, consolidated billing, identification of billing mistakes, stop loss coverage, and state and federal billing.
Under this SIN, firms can also assist the ordering agency with preventive measures in protecting personally identifiable information and protected health information through the evaluation of threats and vulnerabilities to PII and PHI type of information; training of government personnel on how to prevent data breaches and identity theft; vulnerability assessments; privacy impact and policy assessments; review and creation of privacy and safeguarding policies; prioritization of threats; maintenance and demonstration of compliance; and evaluation and analysis of internal controls critical to the detection and elimination of weaknesses to the protection of PII and PHI type of information.
Services provided must include communication from a source language to a target language. Examples include interpretation of oral communication to and from English and native foreign language including simultaneous, consecutive, escort, community, telephonic and voiceovers; collecting, translating / interpreting and delivering mission related data; performing data analysis of translated materials; cultural consulting and role-playing; Title III monitoring, transcriptions and intercepts; preparing related reports and assessments; forensic processing; screening / gisting; related project / program management and control for linguist screening and, recruitment; logistical coordination; site supervision and quality control of all related services.
Sign language services include ASL/English, Manually Coded English, Pidgin Signed English, Contact Sign; International Sign. Other services include closed captioning, voice-overs, textbook or audio script translation, website (HTML) and online document translation with typesetting services, telephone Services (TDD and TTY), deaf interpreting, tactile, transcription of braille documents and captioning services, cued English transliteration, and Section 508 compliant language services.
Buyers can use our SIN 541930 ordering guide [PDF – 281 KB].
Offerors must submit the price proposal template for SIN 611630 [XLSX – 96 KB] with their offer.
These services can include the design of printed materials, packaging, advertising, signage systems, and corporate identification (logos) and can include commercial artists engaged exclusively in generating drawings and illustrations requiring technical accuracy or interpretative skills.
Examples include commercial art, graphic design, special effects services that educate the consumer market about product(s) and/or service(s); updating, rewriting, and/or editing-pre existing materials: developing conceptual design and layouts, creating sketches, drawings, publication designs, and typographic layouts; and furnishing custom or stock artwork (including electronic artwork).
Media will be provided in a format that is compatible with the ordering agency’s software requirements.
Services relating to providing assistance with challenges, contests, and competitions, such as providing marketing and advertising support, assistance with conducting the challenge/ contest/competition, facilitating events, and supporting the judging of events are included. The challenge/contest/competition may be to identify a solution to a particular problem or to accomplish a particular goal.
Prizes or other incentives may be offered by customers to find innovative or cost-effective solutions to improving open government. Solutions may be ideas, designs, proofs of concept or finished products. SIN 541810ODC must be used in conjunction with the payment for prizes or other incentives.
Services include, but are not limited to the following components: advertising objective determination, message decision/creation, media selection, outdoor marketing and media services, broadcast media (radio, TV, internet, and public service announcements), direct mail services, media planning, media placement services, advertising evaluation, related activities to advertising services.
Any commissions received for media placement, conference planning, etc. will either (a) be returned to the ordering agency or (b) applied as a credit to the cost of the project, whichever the ordering agency prefers.
Any commissions received for media placement, conference planning, etc. will either (a) be returned to the ordering agency or (b) applied as a credit to the cost of the project, whichever the ordering agency prefers.
Any commissions received for media placement, conference planning, etc. will either (a) be returned to the ordering agency or (b) applied as a credit to the cost of the project, whichever the ordering agency prefers.
Any commissions received for commercial photography services will either (a) be returned to the ordering agency or (b) applied as a credit to the cost of the project, whichever the ordering agency prefers.
Buyers can learn about benefits and how MAS works.
Film processing services include all sizes, colors and types (e.g., negatives, microfilm, 16/35mm; intermediates color reversal, reprints, duplicates of slides and prints enhancements, enlargements, filmstrips; slides (e.g., master filmstrip photography, master original (2×2) slide photography and duplicate, color positive filmstrip and color positive (2×2) slide duplicate).
Imaging/digital services include (e.g., desktop, scanning, photo finishing, output retouching, photo restoration and recovery, aerial, archiving, C-41 negatives and inter-negatives digital photography and darkroom passport photos, electronic file transfer, imaging client-generated slides, mounting or prints, presentation slides and portable displays.
Portable displays are imaging exhibits used for trade shows, displays, presentations, meetings, and conferences which come with various configurations e.g., headers graphics, lights shelving, back lighting, and photo mural and panel inserts. Includes a wide range of media duplication (e.g., film-to-film, tape-to-tape, CD-to-CD, disk-to-disk) and conversion services (e.g., film-to-tape, tape-to-film, film-to-CD, CD-to-internet, tape-to-CD, microfilm-to-tape, photo-to-slides, files-to-presentation slides).
These services consist of any media of choice. Other direct related services may include (e.g., editing, scanning, restoration, sound services (music score, sound effects, sound track quality and other sound-related services), internet, video tape captioning and subtitle services, edge numbering, scratch removal, print cleaning, packaging, film treatment, loading of cassettes, animations and time encoding.
Under web-site photo storage services, customer pictures are scanned and posted to a web site maintained by the vendor on a short/long term basis. The customer can then view the scanned images of their photographs, copy the pictures to their hard disk or send by electronic mail.
ODCs shall be an integral part of the total marketing consulting services solution and shall not be the primary purpose of the work ordered. Items awarded under SIN 541810 ODC are not order-level materials. ODCs are defined, priced, and awarded at the FSS contract level, whereas OLMs are unknown before an order is placed.
Possible ODCs may include: funding for payment of media spots on television/radio/social media, conference meeting space, prize payments, etc.
Travel and per diem are not considered ODCs.
Buyers can learn about benefits and how MAS works.
Services may involve any of the following activities: provision of advice, concept development, requirements analysis, preparation of feasibility studies, preparation of preliminary and final plans and designs, provision of technical services during the construction or installation phase, inspection, and evaluation, and related services.
Services may involve any of the following activities: provision of advice, concept development, requirements analysis, preparation of feasibility studies, preparation of preliminary and final plans and designs, provision of technical services during the construction or installation phase, inspection and evaluation of engineering projects, and related services.
Buyers can learn about benefits and how MAS works.
Buyers can use our basic ordering agreements for FAST-41 infrastructure projects.
These services can include determination of the materials, construction, mechanisms, shape, color, and surface finishes of the product, taking into consideration human characteristics and needs, safety, market appeal, and efficiency in production, distribution, use, and maintenance.
Associated tasks include, but are not limited to computer-aided design, e.g. CADD, risk reduction strategies and recommendations to mitigate identified risk conditions, fire modeling, performance-based design reviews, high level detailed specification and scope preparation, configuration, management and document control, fabrication, assembly and simulation, modeling, training, consulting, analysis of single or multi spacecraft missions and mission design analysis.
Buyers can use our Space Launch Integrated Services implementation guide.
Typical tasks include, but are not limited to, analysis of mission, program goals and objectives, program evaluations, analysis of program effectiveness, requirements analysis, organizational performance assessment, special studies and analysis, training, and consulting; requirements analysis, cost/cost performance trade-off analysis, feasibility analysis, developing and completing fire safety evaluation worksheets as they relate to engineering services; operation and maintenance, evaluation of inspection, testing, and maintenance program for fire protection and life safety systems, program/project management, technology transfer/insertion, training and consulting.
Buyers can use our Space Launch Integrated Services implementation guide.
The services offered under this scope shall NOT include surveying and mapping services as set forth in FAR Part 36, and defined under the Brooks Act of 1972 (Public Law 92-582, 40 U.S. 1102 et seq.).
Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to strategic planning, feasibility analysis, requirements determination, policy interpretation and support, process analysis and/or development, research studies, testing (other than laboratory testing), program analysis, and associated support tasks.
Customizable training devices: proposed customized training devices and simulators shall be in addition to the or the result of planning, designing, and/or producing customized training products that include but are not limited to print, audio/visual, audio, digital formats and emerging technologies.
When procuring FAC-C and DAWIA training for the audience identified below, the task order level Contracting Officer shall confirm that the courses being acquired are listed on one of the following websites: Federal Acquisition Institute OR Defense Acquisition University (click on commercial vendors).
Training Audience Acquisition professionals interested in completing FAC-C or DAWIA training.
Offerors shall provide the following:
 
No fitness equipment is provided under this SIN. This SIN is for fitness center management services only.
 
Instructors may be required to understand military fitness standards, modifications for disabled participants, and possess accredited fitness certifications.
 
 
 
Agencies have one contractual document and point of contact to satisfy their requirements. Offerors must provide a completed letter of commitment for packages [DOCX – 17 KB], for each supplier, with their offer and each modification request to add new suppliers. 
 
Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Products may be biodegradable or non-biodegradable, and may meet the requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines Program (for recycled content) or the U.S. Department of Agriculture BioPreferred Program (for bio based content).
Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
Offerors may submit information on their contract items to demonstrate compliance with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ unaccompanied personnel housing specs.
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Consists, at a minimum, of a bed box and storage unit, and may include other items such as a writing surface, shelf etc.
Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
Offerors may submit information on their contract items to demonstrate compliance with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ unaccompanied personnel housing specs.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
Join our Quality Partnership Council.
 
Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
Join our Quality Partnership Council.
 
Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
Join our Quality Partnership Council.
 
Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
Join our Quality Partnership Council.
 
Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Accessories designed to be used with the offered furniture are acceptable.
Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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Offerors must review specifications, standards and purchase descriptions that commonly apply to furniture and furnishings.
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The contractor should be prepared to offer a total tenant outfitting solution for customers to furnish an entire office and/or room(s) within it.
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Contractors should be experienced in offering total tenant outfitting solutions.
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Includes additional options, parts, and accessories.
All services performed must be within the spirit and concept of a hardware store.
These items must meet government requirements for energy-efficiency or green-designated (Energy Star or Federal Energy Management Program), water-efficient, products, and/or the use of non-ozone depleting substances, as applicable to product groups with designation.
These items must meet government requirements for energy-efficiency or green-designated (Energy Star or Federal Energy Management Program, water-efficient, products, and/or the use of non-ozone depleting substances, as applicable to product groups with designation.
Tools including but not limited to: chain saws, lawn sprinklers, soaker hoses, garden hoses, grass shears, pruning shears, tree trimmers, pruning saws, weed whip cutters, rakes, spading forks, manure forks, brush hooks, and garden hoes.
These services involve applications of pesticides (including organic, natural pesticides, and other environmentally sustainable methods), trapping and/or removal of pests.
Services include water treatment, testing, and purification.
Includes all options and accessories related to these products.
Includes additional options and accessories, like energy monitoring devices.
Includes all options and accessories related to these products, such as air filters, thermostats, HVAC control panels, and replacement parts.
Commercially-available products may include items which meet the requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency comprehensive procurement guidelines Program (for recycled content).
Includes all options and accessories related to these products.
Energy solutions that use solar, fuel, geothermal, and wind power are available.
Products can be used for rental, emergency, or disaster recovery efforts.
Alternative and renewable sustainable energy solutions including solar energy systems, fuel cells, geothermal, and wind power.
Includes all options and accessories related to these products.
Includes equipment for maintenance and repair of automobiles, trucks, buses, motorcycles, and aircraft.
The offeror shall furnish certification that vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating aerial devices offered are ANSI A92.2 compliant.
Loaders, excavators, crawlers, motor graders, scrapers, ditchers/trenchers, and forklifts.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing
Offerors must attach Hardware Option 1 [DOCX – 25 KB] and Hardware Option 2 [DOCX – 27 KB] to their offer or modifications.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Buyers and sellers can get comprehensive help with maintenance of equipment, repair services, and spare parts.
HACS vendors are cataloged under the five subcategories of high value asset assessments; risk and vulnerability assessments, cyber hunt, incident response, and penetration testing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Software maintenance services includes person-to-person communications regardless of the medium used to communicate: telephone support, online technical support, customized support, and/or technical expertise which are charged commercially.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Offerors can get specific information [DOCX – 197 KB] to prepare their offer.
Offerings include financial management software suites in a cloud environment; services, applications, and modules that help agencies adopt FM QSMO solutions; and IT professional services and/or labor categories, software, cloud computing, and IT training that support FM QSMO adoption. Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Offerors must use the following templates:
Offerings include global coverage, imagery, analysis, as a service, change detection, human geography, observation as a service, archive storage and distribution, monitoring, basemaps (mosaics), and earth observation solutions for accurate, mission critical information for uses to include, but not limited to, environmental, agriculture, meteorology, forestry, fish and wildlife habitats, disaster response and recovery, defense, maritime, mapping, humanitarian support, transportation, and public safety.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Managed service offering for component or full service CSPs that meet the requirements of NIST SP 800-63 Digital Identity Guidelines (current version), to include public facing and enterprise.
Implementation components specified under this SIN are: PIV enrollment and registration services, PIV systems infrastructure, PIV card management and production services, PIV card finalization services, Logical access control products and services, and PIV system integration services. Installation services and FIPS 201 compliant PACS (physical access control system) products.
In accordance with 40 U.S.C. Federal and State agencies and Tribal organizations can leverage these service offerings to allow authorized personnel physical access to facilities and logical access to networks in accordance with X.509 Certificate Policy for the U.S. Federal PKI Common Policy Framework.
The offering may consist of one or more of the following: products, equipment, software, labor, and/or services.
Permissible offerings under this SIN may include any technologies or services required to deliver and support an ACCS for an agency, including but not limited to: artificial intelligence, chat bots, robotic process automation, interactive voice response, voice/speech recognition, text-to-speech, voicemail, callback, web callback, email delivery, hosted online ordering, hosted email web form, hosted FAQ service, etc.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
All nationwide business plans under this contract may include “no-cost” service enabling devices (including, but not limited to, cell phones and shall be offered to the general public at “no-cost”) and bundling the SEDs with cellular service.
The SEDs are offered on an “as available” basis and may or may not be domestic end products or end products of a designated country. The “no-cost” SEDs are not available through this contract apart from ordering cellular service.
Solutions include transponded capacity consisting of dedicated bandwidth on a commercial satellite in any frequency band. Transponded capacity includes all services necessary to allow the customer to use the transponded capacity, including: engineering (e.g., development of link budgets, transmission plans); basic customer training (e.g., acquiring satellite signal, peak and polarization); core management and control of the transponded capacity; and required approvals.
Subscription services include but are not limited to: worldwide satellite-based Internet, voice, data, and video services. Subscription services entail existing commercial satellite services solutions, including terminals, in any frequency band.
Subscription services include the network management, monitoring, engineering, integration, and operations required to deliver the services.
These solutions may include fixed and/or mobile satellite services, along with service-enabling components such as terminals, teleports, and terrestrial interfaces.
Host nation agreements are separately priced when required.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Also includes products related to emergency preparedness and first responder equipment.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Services may include, but are not limited to: testing, production, fielding, process improvement, disposal, etc.
Offerors under this SIN have at least one employee who is CSEIP (Certified System Engineer ICAM PACS) certified and such certification can be verified at IDmanagment.gov.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Examples include instructor-led training, web-based training, pre-set courses, training development, consulting services, continuance of operations planning services, etc.
These systems may include, but are not limited to, photo identification cameras, embossed card systems and smart card technology.
Excludes vehicular alarms and subject to cooperative purchasing.
Includes non-Federal Information Processing Standards physical access control systems.
The GSA FIPS 201 Evaluation Program defines product categories for the FIPS 201 APL as required to implement the mandates in OMB Memoranda M-05-24 and M-06-18.
For the avoidance of doubt, only those products found on the GSA approved product list are FIPS 201 compliant.
All approved products can be found on the APL at idmanagement.gov.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Real property could include stand-alone facilities and structures such as hospitals and federal buildings to large, multi-facility complexes such as DoD military installations.
Services can be offered or ordered individually or in combination.
Typical maintenance services include: elevator, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, septic, fire alarm/fire suppression, energy management control systems, water distribution, septic, telephone, water tanks, renewable energy systems, waste management, recycling, etc.
These services include surface preparation for painting and sealant application on ships, aircraft, vehicles, and other equipment or machinery surface that requires application of chemical compound, such as paint, sealant, coatings, or adhesives.
This SIN is used for ESPC contracts and the use of the DoE ENABLE Program.
Typical building systems to be integrated include building automation, telecommunications, security, energy and environmental control, and HVAC.
Tasks may include, but are not limited to, requirements analysis, integration planning, testing, operational training and support, and cybersecurity for building control systems.
Environmentally-friendly options (such as biodegradable and energy efficient items) are available.
Includes vacuums, carpet cleaners like shampoos and extractors, floor machines, strippers, and replacement parts for floor care equipment.
Excludes construction products and services.
All options include accessories and may contain recycled or bio-based materials.
The lease or rental of these portable structures are suitable for emergencies and disaster recovery efforts.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
When used in conjunction with a cooperative purchasing eligible SIN, this SIN is cooperative purchasing eligible.
Offerors must follow supplemental pricing instructions.
These supplies and/or services are necessary to complement a contractor’s offerings to provide a solution to a customer requirement.
This SIN may be used for orders and blanket purchase agreements that involve work or a project that is solely associated with the supplies and/or services purchased under this schedule.
Buyers and sellers can email [email protected] for more help.
When used in conjunction with a cooperative purchasing eligible SIN, this SIN is cooperative purchasing eligible.
When used in conjunction with a cooperative purchasing eligible SIN, this SIN is cooperative purchasing eligible.
Buyers can learn more about OLMs including which subcategories are eligible.
These services are non-complex in nature, such as routine painting, carpeting, simple hanging of drywall, basic electrical or plumbing work, landscaping.
Buyers and sellers can email [email protected] for more help.
Examples of background investigation services include but are not limited to:
All investigative activities must be conducted in compliance with the fair credit report act as amended.
Upon request, investigative services offered include local agency check, national agency check with local agency checks, and credit checks, single scope background investigations, single scope background investigations — periodic reinvestigation, and single scope background investigations — misconduct investigations.
These investigative services can support the authorized department/agencies in acquiring reports of investigation in areas of public trust, national security, and suitability investigations conducted by the federal government in compliance with appropriate sections of the United States Code (i.e. Title 5, Title 15), executive orders, and requesting department/agency directives, policies and procedures. Service providers must operate from a facility approved in accordance with the provisions of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual.
This function includes the following sub-functions: A.5.1 compensation management; A.5.2 work schedule and leave administration; A.5.3 benefits management; and A.5.4 work-life wellness, employee assistance programs, and social services.
Ensuring knowledge transfer occurs between the separating employee and remaining employees.
Separating employees are offered transition counseling and support.
The function includes the following sub-functions: A.9.1 employee inquiry processing; A.9.2 employee research; A.9.3 workforce and performance analytics; A.9.4 workforce and performance reporting; A.9.5 records management; and A.9.6 records disclosure.
This function includes the following sub-functions: A.4.1 employee performance management; and A.4.2 recognition management.
The function includes the following sub-functions: A.7.1 employee misconduct remediation; A.7.2 employee performance remediation; A.7.3 administrative grievances and third-party proceedings; A.7.4 reasonable accommodation programming; and A.7.5 employee suitability.
This function contains the following sub-functions: A.1.1 workforce planning; A.1.2 human capital strategy; A.1.3 organizational design and position classification; A.1.4 diversity and inclusion; A.1.5 employee engagement and communications; A.1.6 organizational development (OPMfederal human capital business reference model).
Services and products offered under this SIN must be in support of one or more of the 15 functions/ 54 sub-functions in the human capital lifecycle.
Includes adjudication of issues related to disaster relief.
Preparation of an analysis and recommended final agency decision in discrimination complaints, inquiry, resolution attempt, and preparation of an analysis and recommended final agency decision on allegations of noncompliance with settlement agreements or final decisions, resolution attempt and report of inquiry regarding notices of Intent to sue under age discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, alternative dispute resolution, reference materials relating to equal opportunity programs, EEO training and consulting, and EEO counseling (Individual and Class Complaint).
Services include developing a staffing strategy and plan; establishing an applicant evaluation approach; announcing the vacancy, sourcing and evaluating candidates against the competency requirements for the position; initiating pre-employment activities; and hiring employees.
A.3.1 talent development planning and strategy; A.3.2 workforce development and training; and A.3.3 learning management.A.3.1 talent development planning and strategy services include providing advice, guidance and assistance to supervisors and employees, as well as, HR/personnel staff in managing self-improvement training resources, providing assistance in identifying training needs and requirements, coordinating the availability of various training programs, developmental career programs, executive leadership programs, and tuition assistance programs.
A.3.2. workforce development and training services include professional training and individual development services such as HR specific training for HR professionals, leadership and management training, internships, and apprenticeship programs. Training devices include but are not limited to: audio visual presentation systems and educational media delivered web-based or via traditional print and storage media, CD ROM, disc, and thumb drive. Training services include traditional coursework in all academic disciplines, web-based or classroom; conducting leadership training workshops and seminars not provided via traditional management training curricula available elsewhere, and conducting speakers bureau services and leadership assessment surveys.
Provides telemental health counseling services which augments treatment and improves patient access using telehealth channels.
Provides licensed and credentialed personnel who provide case management behavioral health support leading to improved patient centered outcomes in the evaluation, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of identified patient population individuals (i.e. multi-tour war theater veterans; disaster victims; incarcerated individuals delivered either in-the-home, in community based facilities or in correctional facilities), telephonically, via remote video and/or via telehealth, web-based and/or social media channels — in areas including but not limited to, substance abuse disorder, suicide prevention, depression, military sexual trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder and/or traumatic brain injury, and/or polytrauma.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Processors may follow industry recommended practices published by the Tire Retread and Repair Information Bureau, the Tread Rubber and Tire Repair Material Manufacturers Association, the Rubber Manufacturers Association, or the /Tire Industry of America.
Special vocation vehicles and attachment: vocations include but not limited to: blood donor, dental, laboratory, medical, clinical, healthcare, mobile command, concession, sound stage, emergency response, communication, broadcast, electronic news gathering, training, marketing, troop transport, patient evacuation, and related options and equipment.
Platforms include, but are not limited to, truck, van, semitrailer, trailer, bus, and motorcoach.
Aircraft ground support vehicles and equipment includes, but not limited to, catering highlift trucks, cabin service highlift trucks, handicap passenger highlift trucks, stake bed highlift trucks, narrow passenger stairway trucks, wide body passenger stairway trucks, lavatory trucks, washers and de-icer maintenance lifts, potable water trucks, lavatory carts, belt loaders and related accessories.
Vehicles configured to carry two, four, six or more passengers, or two passengers and a pickup bed or other utility box.
Applications include: passenger transport, security patrol, maintenance and delivery.
Potable and non-potable water trucks, street flushers, dust control spray trucks and trailers.
The remanufactured automotive components must be identified per 552.238-78 and meet the prescribed definition of “factory rebuilt to original specifications.”
Unique identification is a system of distinguishing one object from another. UID of items requires that qualifying items have a data matrix inscribed either directly on the item or on a permanent machine-readable label affixed to the item.
This service also includes over-wrapping, cello-wrapping, shrink wrapping, sample packet affixing, conveyor line kit packaging, basket packaging, radio frequency identification security tags, design services, consulting services lab testing, pallet repair and recycling, packager-not mover, design-packaging systems, assessments, assembly, documentation, quality assurance documents, material safety data sheets, raw material certification, customs invoices, certificate of compliances, certificate of origins, mailing and collating services.
Including, but not limited to, a full range of owner-operated charter services, including passenger, medical/patient transport, emergency, environmental/climatology, agricultural, charter management, and prisoner/alien transport.
Including, but not limited to, a full range of owner-operated charter services, including passenger, medical/patient transport, emergency, environmental/climatology, agricultural, ;charter management, and prisoner/alien transport.
These services may include environmentally sustainable options designed through the Environmental Protection Agency SmartWay Program that reduce the impact of freight transport on the environment in the areas of fuel consumption, greenhouse gas and emissions of air toxics.
Environmentally sustainable options may be available through Environmental Protection Agency’s SmartWay Program, which aims to reduce the environmental impact of freight transport.
Food and water delivery systems may be included, but not the food or water itself.
Excludes all household, commercial or display case refrigerators and freezers.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Products include reusable and disposable plasticware, non-plastic ware, and non-glassware.
Prior to purchase, and if no other options are requested, the manufacturer’s standard calibration is provided with a certificate of calibration and a calibration sticker.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Includes emergency services, engineering hardware and software modifications, operator training, instrument certification, etc.
Includes onsite and offsite, basic operator, hardware, software, installation, and applications development training.
Subject to cooperative purchasing.
Offerors are to submit the SIN 531 pricing template [XLSX – 137 KB] with their offer.
It includes authorization, planning, repatriation, expense management, tax gross ups, expense entry, communications, and integrations with financial systems, etc.
Offerors are to submit the SIN 531110 pricing template [XLSX – 99 KB] with their offer.
Services also include lodging management support for disaster planning, recovery support and pre-positioning support for first responders, incident management teams, evacuees/victims, and associated personnel supporting the emergency effort.
Contractors must comply with the specific requirements [PDF – 265 KB].
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Rates for Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. Territories and Possessions are set by the Department of Defense.
Rates for foreign countries are set by the State Department.
Rates are available between 10/1/2021 and 09/30/2024.
The End Date of your trip can not occur before the Start Date.
Traveler reimbursement is based on the location of the work activities and not the accommodations, unless lodging is not available at the work activity, then the agency may authorize the rate where lodging is obtained.
Unless otherwise specified, the per diem locality is defined as “all locations within, or entirely surrounded by, the corporate limits of the key city, including independent entities located within those boundaries.”
Per diem localities with county definitions shall include“all locations within, or entirely surrounded by, the corporate limits of the key city as well as the boundaries of the listed counties, including independent entities located within the boundaries of the key city and the listed counties (unless otherwise listed separately).”
When a military installation or Government – related facility(whether or not specifically named) is located partially within more than one city or county boundary, the applicable per diem rate for the entire installation or facility is the higher of the rates which apply to the cities and / or counties, even though part(s) of such activities may be located outside the defined per diem locality.

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