GSA Plans Mass Modification Effort to Reflect Consolidated Multiple Award Schedule

Jeff Brody

The General Services Administration has announced plans to issue a mass modification in January to all Multiple Award Schedule contractors to update and align their contracts with the consolidated MAS vehicle for products and services.

GSA said Monday the consolidated Schedule will include updated terms and conditions and special item numbers, new categories and a new format.

The agency released in October a solicitation notice for a single MAS vehicle that will consolidate 24 MAS contracts in an effort to facilitate the procurement process for agencies and vendors.

GSA will hold webinars on Dec. 19 and Jan. 9 to discuss the mass modification effort. Responses to the mass modification are due July 31, 2020.

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