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GSA Human Capital Contract

GSA Human Capital Services - MAS Contract

$449 Million

GSA Sales in 2018, Schedule 738X & 736

479

Contractors

$936k

Average Sales per Contractor

About the GSA Human Capital Category of MAS

What is GSA PSS (Professional Services Schedule)?

The Human Capital category (previously Schedule 736 and Schedule 738X) of the Multiple Award Schedule program provides a streamlined approach to acquisition within the scope of several service-based GSA Schedules. The goal of GSA Human Capital category is to offer a total solution across several service competencies. Contractors under this schedule have a single contract that offers scopes of service that span multiple GSA Schedules. The Human Capital Services Category includes components from the following Legacy GSA Schedules: GSA Human CapitalGSA Schedule 736 - Temporary Administrative And Professional Staffing (TAPS) GSA Schedule 738X - Human Capital Management and Administrative Support Services GSA's Human Capital category is under the Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program. It is the major procurement vehicle for Human Capital among Federal Agencies. This type of contract is called an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), which means that there are no PO's attached to the award, but it is rather a channel for sales to flow through (i.e. a License to hunt).

Why get a GSA PSS Schedule Contract?

Contractors that perform and sell Human Capital Services, may want to consider pursuing the GSA Schedule (formerly 03FAC or 56) to grow or develop their Federal Business prospects.

Primarily, the GSA Human Capital category is used to sell to federal buyers. However, State, Municipal and Local government agencies can purchase through the Disaster Recovery program. That being said, the federal government mainly uses The GSA Human Capital Schedule as a major source for simplified Human Capital purchases. Federal buyers enjoy the value that GSA Schedule purchases bring in saving time and money.

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GSA Human Capital Solutions

Large Category Subcategory New SIN SIN Title
Human Capital
Background Investigations
561611
HR Support: Pre Employment Background Investigations
Human Capital
Compensation and Benefits
541214HR
Compensation and Benefits
Human Capital
Human Resources
54161
Agency Human Capital Evaluation
Human Capital
Human Resources
56131
Talent Acquisition
Human Capital
Human Resources
524292
Separation and Retirement
Human Capital
Human Resources
541611W
Workforce Analytics and Employee Records
Human Capital
Human Resources
541612EPM
Employee Performance Management
Human Capital
Human Resources
541612ER
Employee Relations
Human Capital
Human Resources
541612HC
Agency Human Capital Strategy, Policy and Operations
Human Capital
Human Resources
541612LR
Labor Relations
Human Capital
Human Resources
541612OPM
Private Shared Service Center for Core HR Services
Human Capital
Human Resources
541612PSSC
Private Shared Service Center for HR Services
Human Capital
Human Resources
561EEO
EEO Services
Human Capital
Human Resources
611430TD
Talent Development
Human Capital
Social Services
624SS
Social Services, Professional Counseling and Veterans' Readjustment and Behavioral Health Services
Human Capital
Temporary Help Services
561320SBSA
Temporary Staffing (SBSA)

More About The GSA Human Capital Contract

GSA offers a full spectrum of highly complex Human Capital Management, Administrative Support, Social Services, and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) services. Offerings reflect the approved OMB/OPM Human Capital Business Reference Model

The enhanced Human Capital Management Category will make it easier for customers to identify specific HR service providers. It expands opportunities for small businesses by leveraging a vendor pool with 60 percent designated as SB. The Category complements the new Human Capital and Training Solutions (HCaTS) vehicle which is designed for more complex or customized requirements through several contracting methods, including Cost-Plus.

 

How to Get on GSA Human Capital Contract

Getting a GSA Human Capital Contract is a very technical process. Each stage requires experience and careful thought in order to result in the best terms, conditions and discount structure being awarded to your Company.

GSA Contract Process

Stages to Get a GSA Contract

Here are the 4 stages:

  • Document Preparation – Preparing the GSA Offer, which is the group of around 30 documents arranged in the very specific way the GSA requires. Then the document package is uploaded and submitted to the GSA E-Offer system.
  • GSA Review and Clarifications – A GSA Contracting Specialist (or Officer) within the GSA PSS department will be assigned to review your package. After their review, they will reach out with clarification questions or expanded document requirements.
  • Negotiations and Award – The discounts, terms and conditions are negotiated and then shortly after, the GSA Contract is awarded
  • Post Award – final preparations and upload into the GSA systems is the last step, and this will assure you are found by buyers, and your access to GSA eBuy is unlocked, so you can receive opportunities in your GSA PSS Categories. This is the stage where you sink or swim. Preparing a Federal Marketing Plan, pushing your Business Development efforts, and fine-tuning your Proposal Writing skills are all vital t the success of your company in the Federal Market.

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