Need-to-Know Tidbits About Schedule 65IIA

In trying to modify a client’s GSA Schedule 65IIA, we have had to deal with some changes in the solicitation and wanted to make you all aware of potential problems.

First, Contracting Officers are no longer allowing distributors to provide Letters of Supply and now require all such letters to originate from the manufacturer only.

Secondly, the solicitation now requires that the facilities where all devices are manufactured be registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

This has proven troublesome for resellers on the Schedule, especially those who have previously honored agreements with manufacturers that now balk at this extra level of administrative oversight.

If you have questions or need help dealing with an issue such as this, contact us at admin@ezgsa.com or 301-913-5000.

GSA Presents Technology Matters Concept for the Workplace

GSA has long been a leader when it comes to implementing technology in the workplace: they like to brag that they were the first federal agency to implement the use of email. But they do in fact has a history to trying to model the practices that are successful in the private sector.  Even now, GSA is seeking to learn and implement best practices. Learn more at:

https://gsablogs.gsa.gov/gsablog/2016/10/05/gsa-presents-technology-matters-concept-for-the-workplace/