Federal Supply Schedules
The Federal Supply Schedule, also known as a Multiple Award Schedule, is a listing of contractors who have been awarded contracts by the General Services Administration (GSA).
The program is a simplified process that closely mirrors commercial buying practices by using the purchasing power of the federal government to obtain volume discounts on commonly used supplies and services. The Federal Supply Schedule is available to all federal agencies and provides them with a streamlined route to obtaining commercial supplies and services at a pre-negotiated rate.
The Federal Supply Schedule brings many benefits to federal agencies seeking savings through volume discounts. A streamlined acquisition process saves time and money. The GSA has already predetermined fair and reasonable pricing at the contract level, and its schedules are considered competitive. Subcontracting plans are issued and administered at the competitive level, and there’s no requirement to synopsize. Further, GSA determines contractor responsibility. Federal Supply Schedule orders can be a transition vehicle for AbilityOne Procurement List additions.
SourceAmerica holds the following GSA Schedules:
Supply and Value Chain Management Services and Operations & Maintenance Logistics Management and Support Services (GSA Schedule 00CORP)
Logistics Consulting for Planning for the Acquisition and Life Cycle Phases of Supply and Value Chain Systems including the following:
- Operation of warehouses, stockrooms, storage facilities or depots
- Inventory/asset/vendor management
- Inventory management and operation (inclusive of salvage, recycle and/or disposal management)
- Fulfillment systems and operations
- Packaging, labeling, bar coding system consultation, design, implementation, operation and maintenance
- Warehouse and location management systems
- Recycling program management of warehousing materials
- Property disposal management
- Supply chain integration planning
- Defining and establishing program objectives, strategies, plans and schedules
- Develop, document and support maintenance procedures
- Configuration data management and related documentation
Operations & Maintenance Logistics Management and Support Services, a turnkey/total solution in support of logistics functions:
- Base operations support (BOS)
- Preventative maintenance planning
- Maintenance and repair
- Depot maintenance
- Fleet Management
- Fleet/property management and maintenance
- Mobile utility support equipment operation
- Strategic account/project management
- Integrated facility management
- Operations management support
- Courier Services
- Custodial (combined with another service)
- Grounds (combined with another service)
- Scanning Services
To learn more, see Supply Chain Management and Warehouse Services.
Complete Facilities Maintenance and Ancillary Repair Alterations (GSA Schedule 03FAC)
The following can be purchased as standalone services:
- Facilities Services
- Janitorial/Custodial Services
- Grounds Maintenance
- Laundry Services
- Electrical Services
- Locksmith Services
- Cemetery Maintenance
- Fire Alarm Systems (as part of total facilities maintenance services)
- Fire Suppression Systems (as part of total facilities maintenance services)
- Pest Control Services
- Refrigeration Maintenance
- Tree Trimming
- Water Distribution Systems (as part of total facilities maintenance services)
To learn more, see Total Facilities Management.
GSA Schedule 36, Document, Records and Mailroom Management Services
- Records Management
- Document Production (on- and off-site)
- Document Conversion
- Document Destruction
- Mail Room Services (administrative, presort, list management, mail screening/inspection, miscellaneous)
To learn more, see Records and Document Management Service.
Success Story—Janitorial Services
SourceAmerica is providing clean, sanitary workspaces for scientists preserving the delicate natural habitat in the San Francisco Bay Estuary. Our custodians reduce allergens by thoroughly dusting office and conference room furniture and fixtures before vacuuming all carpets and rugs to remove dust, pollen and other debris. They sanitize restrooms and the kitchen area, which protects the health of facility staff and boosts employee morale by creating a pleasing work atmosphere. They make the facility appealing to visitors by keeping windows sparkling and light fixtures free of cobwebs and dead insects. Finally, by staffing this opportunity with janitors who support other contracts, we save taxpayers’ money.
SourceAmerica supports efforts to protect America’s borders by cleaning several facilities in the U.S. Virgin Islands. We provide a full range of janitorial services, including floor care, high and low dusting, restroom sanitization and HVAC system cleaning. Leadership of a premiere security agency can focus exclusively on preventing threats to Americans’ safety while we ensure their employees work in fresh, neat conditions. This $300,000 annual contract creates much-needed jobs for people with disabilities in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Success Story—Laundry Services
SourceAmerica is providing clean bedding and other linens for a medical facility that cares for America’s veterans. Using standards set by the National Association of Institutional Linen Management, SourceAmerica collects dirty bedding, uniforms, patient clothing, mops and other linens. The items are transported to a facility where they undergo washing, disinfecting and drying, and – when called for – are ironed and folded. The items are then wrapped and returned to the customer in manner that prevents contamination.
SourceAmerica’s Federal Supply Schedules can provide valuable services to your agency with the added benefit of creating employment opportunities for people with significant disabilities.