Office of Procurement, Acquisition and Logistics (OPAL)
|Tel: (708) firstname.lastname@example.org||Contacts||Survey|
On this page:
Marketing Your Schedule Contract | Recurring Requirements | Other Contract Policies & Obligations
Please utilize the hyperlinks below to access more information on each of these important contractor responsibilities.
To be a successful Schedule contractor we recommend that you develop a robust marketing plan that includes clearly defined steps to promote and maintain a relationship with potential Government customers. Our Marketing to the Federal Government page includes information on developing your potential customer base, implementing smart sales strategies, and participating in additional purchasing programs.
As a VA Schedule contractor, you are required to adhere to all contract requirements, as outlined in the solicitation, and to submit all deliverables by the specified due date.
|Sales Reports & IFF||All contractors||Quarterly|
|System for Award Management (SAM)||All contractors||Annually|
|VETS 4212 Federal Contractor Reporting||All contractors||Annually by Sep 30th|
|Affirmative Action Plan/EEO-1 Report||As applicable||Annually by Mar 31st|
|Insurance Certificates||Schedules 621 I, 621 II, & 66 III||Annually|
|Service Contract Reporting||Schedules 621 I, 621 II & Services SINs (as applicable)||Annually by Oct 31st|
|Small Business Subcontracting Plan||Large businesses (as applicable)||As applicable based on plan type|
|eSRS Reports||Large businesses (as applicable)||Annually & Semi-Annually (as applicable)|
There are many significant polices and obligations pertaining to your awarded VA FSS contract of which your firm must be aware; the following highlights a few of these. For any advice or clarifications contact your assigned contract specialist.