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GSA Transportation and Logistics Contract

GSA Transportation and Logistics Services - MAS Contract

$543.2 Million

GSA Sales in 2018, GSA Schedule 48

382

Contractors

$1.6 million

Average Sales per Contractor

About the GSA Transportation and Logistics Category of MAS

What is GSA PSS (Professional Services Schedule)?

The Transportation and Logistics category (previously Schedule 48, Schedule 23V, Schedule 81IV, and Schedule 751) 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 Transportation and Logistics 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 Transportation and Logistics Category includes components from the following Legacy GSA Schedules: GSA TransportationGSA Schedule 48 - Transportation, Delivery And Relocation Solutions GSA Schedule 23V - Automotive Superstore GSA Schedule 81IV - Shipping, Packaging And Packing Supplies GSA Schedule 751 - Leasing Of Automobiles And Light Trucks GSA's Transportation and Logistics category is under the Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program. It is the major procurement vehicle for Transportation and Logistics 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 Transportation and Logistics Solutions, may want to consider pursuing the GSA Schedule (formerly 03FAC or 56) to grow or develop their Federal Business prospects.

Primarily, the GSA Transportation and Logistics 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 Transportation and Logistics Schedule as a major source for simplified Transportation and Logistics purchases. Federal buyers enjoy the value that GSA Schedule purchases bring in saving time and money.

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Transportation and Logistics Services

Large Category Subcategory New SIN SIN Title
Transportation and Logistics
Automotive Body Maintenance and Repair
81111
Automotive Maintenance, Repair and Body Services
Transportation and Logistics
Automotive Body Maintenance and Repair
811122
Automotive Windshield and Paint Repair
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
485
Ground Transportation
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
3361
Law Enforcement and Fire Fighting Vehicles and Attachments
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
3363
Upfitting of Government-owned Emergency Response Vehicles to Provide Turn-key Solutions
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
33611
Purchase or Lease of Gas or Electric Low Speed Vehicles
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
326211
Tires - New
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
326212
Tires - Retreaded
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
336211
Tank Trucks
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
336212
Trailers and Attachments
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
336350
Remanufactured Automotive Components
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
336612
Marine Craft
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
336991
Wheel and Track Vehicles
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
532112
Leasing of Passenger Cars, SUVs, Vans, and Light Trucks
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
532120
Leased Heavy Duty Vehicles
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
333318T
Wheel & Tire Equipment
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
3361E
Electric and Autonomous Vehicles and Accessories
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
3361V
Vocational Vehicles
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
3363P
Spare Components and Vehicle Accessories
Transportation and Logistics
Motor Vehicles (non-Combat)
336612R
Recreational Watercraft
Transportation and Logistics
Package Delivery
492110
Package Delivery
Transportation and Logistics
Package Delivery
492210SB
Local Courier Delivery Services (SBSA)
Transportation and Logistics
Packaging Services
332439
Shipping, Cargo, Freight, and Storage Containers
Transportation and Logistics
Packaging Services
334419
Unique Identification (UID) / Radio Frequency Identification (RFID
Transportation and Logistics
Transportation of Things
532111
Automotive equipment rental and leasing, Rental Supplemental Vehicle Program (RSVP)
Transportation and Logistics
Transportation of Things
481211B
Air Charter Services - Brokers
Transportation and Logistics
Transportation of Things
481211O
Air Charter Services - Owner Operated

More About The GSA Transportation And Logistics Schedule

When you need Transportation and Logistics Services, GSA offers the following products and services needed to efficiently and successfully meet your mission-related goals. 

How to Get on GSA Transportation and Logistics Contract

Getting a GSA Transportation and Logistics 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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