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General Services Administration’s (GSA) Federal Supply Schedules are large contracts through which federal customers can acquire more than 4 million products and services directly from more than 8,000 commercial suppliers. They offer a vast array of brand name products-from office supplies and copier paper to systems furniture, computers and laboratory-and services ranging from accounting to graphic design to landscaping. More than 1 million of these products and services can be ordered using the GSA Advantage! online ordering system.
Visit the GSA Vendor Support Center for information on getting products/services on-line at the GSA Advantage! shopping system.
VA Federal Supply Schedule Service
This Service is responsible for establishing, soliciting, awarding, and administering the Office of Acquisition and Logistic’s National Acquisition Center Federal Supply Schedule Service, which currently consists of 8 active schedules. These schedules encompass such products as pharmaceuticals; medical equipment and supplies; dental supplies; x-ray equipment and supplies (including medical and dental x-ray film); patient mobility devices (including wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, etc.); antiseptic skin cleansers, detergents and soaps; in vitro diagnostics, reagents, test kits and sets; and clinical analyzers, laboratory cost-per-test. There are a total of over 1,200 contracts in place for the various commodity groups. Annual sales against these contracts exceed $2 billion. All Federal Supply Schedule contracts are multiple award, indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity type, and are national in scope. These contracts are available for use by all Government agencies including but not limited to: VA Medical Centers, Department of Defense, Bureau of Prisons, Indian Health Services, Public Health Services, some State Veterans Homes, etc. Performance periods can be established up to five years in length. Delegated to VA by the General Services Administration over 30 years ago, VA’s current schedules are:
- 65 I B—Drugs, Pharmaceuticals, & Hematology Related Products
- 65 II A—Medical Equipment & Supplies
- 65 II C—Dental Equipment & Supplies
- 65 II F-Patient Mobility Devices
- 65 V A—X-Ray Equipment & Supplies
- 65 V II—Invitro Diagnostics, Reagents, Test Kits, & Test Sets
- 66 III—Cost-Per-Test, Clinical Laboratory Analyzer
- 621 I—Professional & Allied Healthcare Staffing Services
- 621 II—Medical Laboratory Testing & Analysis Services
Visit the FSS Portal for more information on how to participate in the VA FSS Program.