MAS contractors are required to report contract sales totals on a quarterly basis and remit any associated IFF. Contract sales must be identified and segregated from non-contract sales, both government and non-government. The following sections explain in detail how to determine what is and is not a reportable sale.
What is a GSA sale:
What is not a GSA sale:
One of the most common questions about sales is how to recognize whether or not the sale falls under the MAS contract. Any one or more of the following may indicate that a sale is a MAS sale:
The bottom line is: when a government order fits within the MAS contract parameters, the order should be considered a MAS sale unless the ordering agency indicates otherwise. To summarize, if the product is on the MAS contract, the ordering organization is authorized to use the MAS contract, the ordering procedure used is consistent with the MAS price list, the Schedule delivery terms are used and there is no evidence of any other contracting vehicle being used by the contracting office, then the order is considered a contract sale. When in doubt, you can always ask the ordering organization if they are utilizing your GSA contract for that order. If you have questions or need further clarification, please talk to your ACO.
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