GSA Schedule 75 to Remain Closed until October 2013

The GSA issued the following statement on their Interact website on September 12th:

“After review and careful consideration, it has been determined Schedule 75 will remain closed to new offers for an additional 12 months. The Schedule will re-open effective October 1, 2013 and new offers will be accepted at that time.”

In case you are wondering what GSA Scehdule 75 covers, here is the official description:

“OFFICE PRODUCTS/SUPPLIES AND SERVICES AND NEW PRODUCTS/TECHNOLOGY – Includes Videotapes, Audiotapes, Tape Cartridges, Diskettes/Optical Disks, Disk Packs, Disk Cartridges, Anti-Glare Screens, Cleaning Equipment & Supplies, Ergonomic Devices, Next Day Desktop Delivery of Office Supplies, and Restroom Products such as Roll Toilet Tissue Dispensers, Toilet Tissue, Paper Towels, Toilet Seat Covers, Facial Tissues, and Soaps for Restroom Dispensers.”

Other GSA Schedules are currently being evaluated to be frozen for up to 3 years, so if you are considering a GSA Contract for your company, now is the time to pursue, and you will need a professional to get it done fast. Call us today to get started.

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