General Services Administration (GSA) schedules give quick access to consultants pre-qualified by the GSA. We offer a broad range of services under the GSA schedules listed below. Also below, you can find information on specific rules, contracts, and our Federal team members.
GSA Order Information
GSA Sole-Source Orders
You can sole-source a GSA order if it is below the micro-purchase threshold of $2,500, with documentation of the circumstances if it is between the $2,500 and the simplified acquisition threshold of $150,000, or with a limited-sources justification if it exceeds the $150,000 threshold.
BPA Agreements and Orders Exceeding the $150,000 Threshold
An order exceeding the $150,000 threshold or a blanket purchase agreement (BPA) requires that you distribute an RFQ to multiple schedule contractors as practicable – typically through the GSA eBuy system – in order to receive at least three quotes on the RFQ.
Any limited-sources justification must be approved by the competition advocate if the value exceeds $650,000 and must be approved by the head of the procuring activity if the value exceeds $12,500,000. Ordering agencies do not have to synopsize orders and BPAs in FedBizOpps unless they use a limited sources justification.
Six Steps to Using Our GSA Schedule
- Develop a scope of work and transmit it to your organization's procurement agent. Not sure who to contact? Let us know, and we'll put you in touch with a GSA representative who can help.
- The procurement agent prepares a Request for Proposal (RFP) and transmits it to us.
- We respond to your RFP with a proposal.
- You and the procurement agent review our proposal, and if necessary, clarify or negotiate terms with us.
- The procurement agent issues a task order to us.
- We complete the task order.