The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) serves as the acquisition and procurement arm of the federal government, offering equipment, supplies, telecommunications, and integrated information technology solutions to federal agencies.

The GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) (previously called GSA-PSS) is a government-wide contract with commercial firms providing federal, state, and local government buyers access to commercial supplies (products) and services at volume discount pricing. Buying through this schedule saves you time and money.

Supplies and services can be ordered directly from GSA Schedule contractors or through GSA. When using MAS, ordering activities have the opportunity to meet small business goals, while promoting compliance with various environmental and socioeconomic laws and regulations.

Advantages of using GSA MAS
  • Pre-negotiated prices determined to be fair and reasonable
  • Marginal administrative burden
  • Direct customer and contractor relationship
  • Customer/contractor direct relationship – no transfer of funds to GSA
  • Available to all federal agencies, authorized organizations, and the District of Columbia
  • Five-year contract-ordering period with one five-year option
  • Indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity contract with no maximum order limitations
  • Blanket Purchase Agreements can be established to negotiate even better pricing
MAS Special Item Number Descriptions
  • Acquisition Systems Engineering
  • Business Process Efficiency / Effectiveness Assessments
  • Change Management
  • Decision Support
  • Earned Value Management
  • Enterprise Risk and Value Management Assessments
  • Formulation of Acquisition Strategies
  • Knowledge Management
  • Process and Productivity Improvements
  • Project Management Reviews
  • Organizational Assessments
  • Performance Measurement
  • Planning, Programming and Budgeting
  • Portfolio Assessment and Management
  • Program Assessments and Audits
  • Risk Management
  • Strategic Planning and Policy Advisory Services
  • Systems Engineering
  • Workforce Transformation
  • 3-Day CSEP Power Prep
  • 4-Day Project Management Power Prep
  • Project Management Certificate Program
  • PJM 101: Fundamentals of Project Management
  • PJM 102: Project Monitoring and Control
  • PJM 103: Project Management Leadership
  • PJM 104: Project and Systems Integration
  • PJM 105: Lean Project Management
  • PJM 301: Project Management Capstone
  • Acquisition Requirements Roadmap Tool (ARRT) Training
  • Project leadership and communications with stakeholders
  • Project planning and scheduling
  • Earned value management support
  • Project management, including performance monitoring and measurement
  • Reporting and documentation associated with project/program objectives
  • Stakeholder briefings, participation in required meetings, and related project support services
  • Program integration services
  • Project close-out services
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MAS SB Contract
Contract:  GS-10F-016AA
Prime Contractor:  Reed Integration, Inc
CAGE Code:  3CX78
Period of Performance

Oct 18, 2017 - Oct 17, 2022

Awarded TOs can extend to a max of 5 years (through 12/19/2029) after IDIQ expiry

Ultimate Contract End Date

Oct 17, 2032

Contract Types
Business Size

Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB), Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business (EDWOSB)


All federal agencies (CONUS and OCONUS)

FSC Group

Professional Services


Reed has a DoD Secret facility and a DCAA audited cost accounting system

Geographic Coverage

FOB Destination Continental US, AK, HI & PR

Maximum Order


Minimum Order


Quantity Discounts

0.5% discount on task orders over $150,000

Awarded Sins
Awarded Special Item Numbers (SINs):

541611 - Management and Financial Consulting, Acquisition and Grants Management Support, and Business Program and Project Management Services

611430 - Professional and Management Development Training

OLM - Order-Level Materials (OLM’s)

GSA Links
GSA MAS Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List: 

How to Use This Schedule

In accordance with the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 and the Federal Acquisition Reform Act of 1996, GSA’s modernized ordering processes have reduced the government procurement procedure to a few simple steps. GSA has enhanced efforts to make buying commercial services easier for federal customers by awarding GSA Schedule Contracts. Under the Federal Supply Schedule Program, GSA enters government-wide contracts with commercial organizations to deliver services, at specified prices, over a given period. This simplified procurement vehicle considerably decreases the time required to obtain services because GSA has previously reviewed contractors' capabilities, rates, and prequalified them to provide services.

Federal agencies place orders directly with the schedule contractor, and deliveries are made to the ordering agency. The federal supply schedule program has determined these rates to be fair and reasonable, ordering organizations must determine that the total price is reasonable for the specific tasks required. This contract is available to all federal customers for domestic use; executive agencies, other federal agencies, mixed-ownership government corporations, and the District of Columbia; government contractors authorized in writing by a federal agency pursuant to FAR Part 51; and other activities and organizations authorized by statute or regulation to use GSA as a source of supply may use this contract. Total price for services is established at the time the task order is placed and are based on the rates offered in the Authorized Labor Rates List below. The ensuing task order details the estimated number of hours, the labor categories to be provided, and any other task related items.

Ordering Procedures and Guidelines

Ordering Procedures for Supplies and Services not requiring an SOW

Ordering activities must use the procedures in FAR 8.405-1 when ordering Schedule contract fixed-price services for a specific task, where a SOW is not mandatory. For more information, please visit:

Ordering Procedures for Services requiring an SOW

For any orders at or below the micro-purchase threshold agencies can place the order directly with any GSA Schedule contractor that can meet the ordering activity's requirements. For order requests that surpass the micro-purchase threshold but not the Simplified Acquisition Threshold (SAT), agencies will prepare an SOW or Performance Work Statement (PWS) in accordance with FAR 8.405-2(b), and send the Request for Quote (RFQ) to three GSA Schedule contractors. For orders that exceed the SAT, or when trying to establish a BPA, agencies must prepare a SOW or PWS in accordance with FAR 8.405-2(b). Agencies must prepare the RFQ and post on eBuy to allow all interested Schedule contractors the chance to respond. For more information, please visit for a comprehensive overview.

Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs)

In accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 8.405-3, ordering activities may create BPAs under any GSA Schedule contract. GSA Schedules simplify ordering of repeat services, while leveraging ordering activities’ buying power by allowing for volume discounts, reduced administrative burden, and limiting repeat paperwork. To establish BPAs, ordering agencies assess different contractors on Schedule for a certain category of service and then establish a continuing mutual agreement for repeat orders from the chosen contractor. For more information, please visit:

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