GSA’s DocuSign Transition to eOffer (Digital Certificates?)

Federal Acquisition Regulation
GSA DocuSign
The GSA DocuSign Transition, and what it means for your Contract.

As of Nov. 30, 2020, contractors will access GSA Systems with DocuSign (and Email Authentication) to digitally sign GSA documents in eOffer and eMod.

  • GSA’s eOffer and eMod systems are to join several other FAS systems (FAS Sales Reporting Portal (SRP), GSA Advantage Purchase Order Portal, GSA Vendor Portal, eBuy Seller, and the Mass Mod Portal) in using GSA’s FAS ID multi-factor authentication (MFA) in late Q2 of FY 2021.
  • During the GSA’s DocuSign transition period Nov. 25-29, 2020 contractors and offerors will not be able to submit new offers and requests for modifications in eOffer and eMod.
  • Until the GSA fully transitions to DocuSign and GSA FAS ID, digital certificates will be required to access eOffer and eMod. Digital certificates won’t be needed for these applications after the transition, however, contractors may still need to maintain their digital certificates for other government and non-goverment customers.

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